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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal's Danny Welbeck out at least three weeks with groin injury

Stewart Robson breaks down how Arsenal managed to keep Chelsea at bay and keep a clean sheet at Stamford Bridge.
Craig Burley reacts to claims that Arsenal should operate without Sanchez and Ozil, saying one of the two is expendable.

Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck will miss at least the next three weeks with a groin injury, manager Arsene Wenger confirmed on Tuesday.

Welbeck pulled up injured during the late stages of Arsenal's draw with Chelsea on Sunday and was replaced by Olivier Giroud.

And after Welbeck had a scan on Monday, Wenger confirmed that he would not be able to return this month.

"Danny has a scan today, we don't know how bad his groin injury is but he will certainly be out until the international break," Wenger...

 By PA Sport

Palace job not about redemption for England failure - Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson spoke about Crystal Palace's long term ambitions ahead of their Premier League match against Southampton.

Roy Hodgson has denied pursuing "redemption'' at Crystal Palace after the disappointing end to his reign as England manager.

The 70-year-old is also adamant he feels in better condition than he did when he was in his 40s, and has not considered whether this will be his last job.

On Saturday in the Premier League at home to Southampton, Hodgson will oversee his first fixture as manager at the club where he began his career, having this week signed a two-year contract to succeed the sacked Frank de...

 By PA Sport

FA sends video to FIFA to show obscene Alli gesture aimed at Walker

Mauricio Pochettino insists Dele Alli's gesture to Kyle Walker was a joke in England's WCQ match and he shouldn't be banned.

The Football Association hopes video evidence will prove to FIFA that Dele Alli's obscene gesture was aimed at England teammate Kyle Walker rather than any official or opponent.

Moving to within touching distance of the World Cup finals last week was overshadowed by the fallout to the Tottenham attacking midfielder's middle-finger gesture in the 2-1 qualifying win against Slovakia.

Annoyed not to win a free kick after a collision with Martin Skrtel on the edge of the box, TV footage showed Alli...

 By PA Sport

Victim says Graham Taylor ignored warning of sex abuse at Aston Villa

Graham Taylor knew of the sexual abuse at Aston Villa while he was manager, a victim says.

Former England boss Graham Taylor was warned about possible sexual abuse of young players during his time as Aston Villa manager but suggested it should be swept "underneath the carpet," a victim has said.

It was claimed in January that Villa sacked scout Ted Langford after learning of the sexual abuse allegations in 1988 but did not alert police.

Langford, who died in 2012, later admitted sex offences dating from 1976 until he left Villa in 1989. He had joined Villa from Leicester in 1987. He was...

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England FA expresses concern to FIFA about anti-doping

Published stolen material claimed some players were given medical exemptions for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

The Football Association has written to FIFA to express its concern about last month's hack of anti-doping documents related to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

The stolen material, published by the Russian-linked group the Fancy Bears, revealed that several players, including five members of the Argentina squad, were given medical exemptions to use otherwise banned drugs.

Sources say that even prior to this incident, which casts another cloud of suspicion over next summer's World Cup in Russia,...