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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
4 Liverpool 22 10 6 76
5 Arsenal 23 6 9 75
6 Man Utd 18 15 5 69
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Transfer Rater: Oxlade exit, Costa to Spurs

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 By Chris Wright

Incredible trick shot video takes 'Wenger Out' protests to next level

Of all the myriad "Wenger Out" protests we've witnessed over recent months, the following example is by far the most creative, most audacious and most technically proficient.

As devised and executed by snooker trick-shot master Shane O'Hara in the build-up to the FA Cup Final, the shot features a golf putt start, a domino rally and a very familiar punchline.

Certainly an excellent effort...

 By Tony Evans

Evolution, not revolution: Arsenal must plan ahead for Arsene Wenger's exit

Steve Nicol looks at the saga of Arsene Wenger's future, and his belief that he'll walk should he lose any personal power.
Stevie Nicol believes Arsenal's FA Cup triumph over Chelsea will be enough to keep Arsene Wenger at the club.
An Arsenal fan and a Chelsea fan document their journey to the FA Cup final, where only one can leave Wembley Stadium happy.
Arsene Wenger reaffirms his loyalty to Arsenal after winning the FA Cup for the seventh time.

The warm afterglow of the FA Cup win will not last long for Arsenal with numerous problems to be addressed at the club, with or without coach Arsene Wenger.

The manager's future should be sorted out this week with a board meeting to discuss a new two-year contract taking place on Tuesday. He wants to stay at the Emirates and it is likely that he will be in charge when the new season starts. So much power has been concentrated in Wenger's hands that it would be unthinkable that he should leave...

 By Tom Adams

Arsenal seem destined for status quo with Arsene Wenger's powers unchecked

Steve Nicol looks at the saga of Arsene Wenger's future, and his belief that he'll walk should he lose any personal power.

May 30, 2017 may not prove to be the day the world stood still, but for Arsenal at least, it might turn out to be the day the club stood still. After everything that has transpired this season -- all the protests, the defeats, the searching criticisms, the angst -- it seems for all the world as though Tuesday's board meeting is going to confirm that next season will be business as usual.

Reports from the media are fairly uniform in expecting Arsene Wenger to sign a new two-year deal that sees...

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Ex-Arsenal star Tony Adams on Arsene Wenger: 'I hope he calls it a day'

Arsene Wenger reaffirms his loyalty to Arsenal after winning the FA Cup for the seventh time.

Former Arsenal defender Tony Adams has asked Arsene Wenger not to spoil his legacy by staying on at the Emirates, and wondered if the Frenchman can "let go" at the club.

Wenger, who sources say has already struck a deal to remain at the club, lifted his seventh FA Cup as Gunners boss on Saturday with a 2-1 victory over Premier League champions Chelsea in Wembley.

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And while Adams is happy for his former manager's most recent success, he told the Guardian it's still time for Wenger to go.

"I was...

Arsenal pendulum swings, farewell Totti, Messi magic, Tuchel future, more

Steve Nicol looks at the saga of Arsene Wenger's future, and his belief that he'll walk should he lose any personal power.

Arsene Wenger guided Arsenal past Chelsea at Wembley in the FA Cup final. It finished 2-1, although in truth Arsenal could probably have scored more. The Gunners finished the season with six straight victories in all competitions, winning nine of their last 10 overall.

What to read into this?

Probably not that much other than the basic fact that for all the bile and invective thrown at some Arsenal players, on the day they can turn up and play and be pretty darn good. And when it comes to fight...