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Arteta to Arsenal too much of a leap

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 By Musa Okwonga

Ander Herrera recovers from uncertain spell to be Jose Mourinho's trusted lieutenant

The ESPN FC team answer your tweets on Alvaro Morata vs. Romelu Lukaku, Manchester United's comeback, Napoli's season and more.
Craig Burley examines the difference in approach from Jose Mourinho and Mauricio Pochettino in Man United's FA Cup semifinal win over Tottenham.

Cometh the month, cometh the man. During a season where he has often seemed an afterthought, Ander Herrera -- when it has mattered most these last few weeks -- has been Manchester United's best midfielder.

Yes, Paul Pogba has been decisive, but his performances have oscillated between abject and excellent, often in the course of a single game. Nemanja Matic, perhaps due to fatigue, looks a level below his imperious form of the first part of the season. Both Pogba and Matic have emerged to play vital...

 By Mark Worrall

Antonio Conte wins back support from Chelsea fans as Abramovich weighs up options

The ESPN FC team answer your tweets on Alvaro Morata vs. Romelu Lukaku, Manchester United's comeback, Napoli's season and more.
Chelsea coach Antonio Conte has said that his team won't be the favourites when they face Manchester United in the FA Cup final.
Southampton manager Mark Hughes and midfielder Oriol Romeu were frustrated by the lack of VAR after Saints were beaten 2-0 by Chelsea in the semifinal of the FA Cup on Sunday.
Steve Nicol says Chelsea will be favourites in the FA Cup final, but explains why their display against Southampton won't be good enough that day.

Chelsea's run to the FA Cup final has not only lifted the mood among supporters dismayed by the way the season has unfolded -- it has renewed the faith that many had lost in Antonio Conte.

A catalogue of poor performances pockmarked by ill-discipline and questionable tactics had withered the fans' love for an increasingly truculent Conte. It got to the point against West Ham recently the familiar "Antonio, Antonio" chant was left unsung for the first time since it was conceived 18 months ago. The...

 By David Mooney

Manchester City right to escape punishment for pitch invasion

The Exploding Heads recap the FA Cup semifinals, PFA Player of the Year awards and more with Premier League in 90 seconds.

When the full time whistle went at the end of Manchester City's 5-0 win over Swansea on Sunday, it was clear there was going to be a pitch invasion. Extra stewards had lined around the perimeter advertising boards and fans were in a celebratory mood, with the match the first since the club clinched the Premier League title. When the match was over, supporters poured on to the field to enjoy the club's third title in seven seasons.

Pep Guardiola and his players rushed out of the way and down the...

Mikel Arteta to Arsenal too much of a gamble in life after Arsene Wenger

With the Arsenal managerial job now available, the FC crew assess the possible successors to Arsene Wenger and the challenges they will face.
The FC panel believe Arsene Wenger could leave a bad taste in mouths of Arsenal fans if he doesn't handle his departure the right way.
Arsene Wenger jokes that the tributes to him after the decision to leave Arsenal feel like witnessing his own funeral.
Arsene Wenger delivers his verdict on Arsenal's win over West Ham, what the future holds for him after his 22-year tenure ends and more.
'One of the best.' 'He moved the goalposts.' Premier League managers are full of praise for outgoing Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.
The guys respond to your tweets about Arsene Wenger's Arsenal exit, his place among the all-time greats and more.
The FC crew discuss the timing of Arsene Wenger's decision to leave Arsenal, his legacy after 22 years at the club and what he will do next.
Mark Ogden and Alison Bender reflect on Arsene Wenger's managerial legacy as he prepares to leave Arsenal after 22 years.

The hunt for Arsenal's new manager is underway. Arsene Wenger might still be in the job, but the Gunners can not afford to wait until the end of the season before approaching their intended target.

Discussions will already be taking place at boardroom level about who exactly should succeed the Frenchman. According to reports on Monday night, former Arsenal skipper Mikel Arteta is the preferred choice of chief executive Ivan Gazidis.

That's not necessarily a move to fill the Arsenal fans...

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How Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has performed vs. Tottenham since 1996

Arsene Wenger has announced he is to leave Arsenal at the end of the season. So which Tottenham manager did Wenger love and hate playing against the most?

LOVE: Martin Jol

Wenger went more than a decade without losing a league game to Spurs between November 1999 and April 2010, seeing off four Tottenham managers who never defeated Arsenal in any competition during that span. But his dominance was perhaps most notable against Glenn Hoddle and Martin Jol.

Hoddle was one of the first of Wenger's...

Everton's Morgan Schneiderlin an 8/10 as Sam Allardyce's men plod to victory

Theo Walcott scored the lone goal for Everton in a win over fellow mid-table side Newcastle at Goodison Park.
Theo Walcott scored the lone goal for Everton in a win over fellow mid-table side Newcastle at Goodison Park.
Sam Allardyce responds to growing criticism from Everton fans and how he can win naysayers over at the club.
Everton fan Jack McLinden couldn't be at Everton's match against Newcastle, but still got the full mascot experience with the help of a robot.
With the help of a robot carried by Phil Jagielka, 14-year-old Everton fan Jack McLinden got the full experience of being a mascot from home.

Two teams with little to play for served up an encounter low on urgency and invention, and Everton emerged from the attritional battle against Newcastle with a 1-0 win on Monday night.

Theo Walcott offered the composure lacking elsewhere to blast home the only goal of the game in the second half. Manager Sam Allardyce tried his best to dress up the performance, but there were few positives beyond the result and a welcome clean sheet. Everton did not record a shot on target in the first half and...