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Five Arsenal players who could follow Arsene Wenger out if he leaves

The FC crew debate whether or not pressure will be deflected from Arsene Wenger should he lead Arsenal to the FA Cup title.

One of the most frequent warnings given to the "Wenger out" section among Arsenal fans is that they should be careful what they wish for.

The Guardian offered another reminder of that on Friday by reporting that right-back Hector Bellerin would be open to leaving the club and returning to Barcelona if Arsene Wenger was to step down as manager this summer when his contract expires.

While the chances of Bellerin actually leaving seem small -- he tied himself down to a six-year contract recently --...

 By Ben Gladwell

Juventus' Massimiliano Allegri plays down Premier League speculation

Gab Marcotti analyses how Max Allegri's 'five-star' attack worked against Porto and if it's viable for Juve going forward.

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri has once again distanced himself from rumours linking him with a move to the Premier League by stating he is happy in Turin.

Allegri has been tipped to succeed Arsene Wenger at Arsenal in the summer, with the 67-year-old's contract at the Emirates Stadium due to expire at the end of the season.

The Juve boss played down such talk earlier this month and he again sidestepped the speculation at a news conference in Turin on Friday.

"I'm at Juve now and I know a lot...

Why do Spurs keep failing in Europe? Gent upset poses questions

BT Sport highlight: Spurs crash out of the round of 32 after conceding twice at home and going down to ten men after Dele Alli was sent off.
The FC crew pinpoint the issues that plagued Tottenham against Gent as they crashed out of another European competition.
KAA Gent head coach Hein Vanhaezebrouck has said that he didn't get the impression that Tottenham underestimated his side.
Spurs crash out of the round of 32 after conceding twice at home and going down to ten men after Dele Alli was sent off.

LONDON -- Tottenham exited Europe in the still-unfamiliar setting of Wembley on Thursday night but there was nothing unfamiliar about the sense of disappointment that followed the 2-2 draw with Gent.

Spurs have competed in Europe in all but one year since 2006, with the exception of 2009-10, but they have only made a lasting impression in their unexpected run to the Champions League quarterfinals in 2010-11. In the UEFA Cup/Europa League, they have rarely looked as motivated or as capable as in...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Cesc Fabregas helps Spain to 6-a-side glory in Chelsea training vs. Brazil

Cesc Fabregas is on his way to claiming the Premier League this season, but he is already celebrating another title with some of his Chelsea teammates.

The midfielder posted a photo on his Instagram account on Thursday that showed his victorious six-a-side, mini-World Cup squad at the club's Cobham training ground.

Fellow Spaniards Marcos Alonso, Cesar Azpilicueta and Pedro joined Fabregas in the photo. Fabregas also explained the selections of Nemanja Matic, writing that "he was lonely," and...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Matthew Le Tissier: Manchester United shirt excuse 'worst ever' for a defeat

The Boys from Exploding Heads are here to assure you that the League Cup final is definitely not pointless.
Matthew Le Tissier and Southampton take on a grey-clad Manchester United in 1996.

Southampton legend Matthew Le Tissier has told the 'Quickly, Kevin' podcast that Sir Alex Ferguson blaming Manchester United's grey change strip for a 3-1 defeat in 1996 was "the worst excuse I have ever heard."

Le Tissier scored as a then-struggling Southampton side stormed into a 3-0 lead against United at their former Dell ground by half-time.

United changed into a blue and white away kit at the break -- with Ferguson later claiming the grey shirts had made it hard for his players to see each...