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MOURINHO: I want Arsenal dumped out of the Champions League

Despite his side’s poor performance in the Premier League, Jose Mourinho is still throwing words at his counterpart Arsene Wenger.
The Portuguese manager has recently revealed that he would want to see Arsenal dumped out of the Champions League because he is a good friend of Olympiakos head coach Marco Silva. Although the two tacticians may be friends, Mourinho has a solid history of throwing words at Wenger, most recently earlier this year when he described the Frenchman as a specialist in failure. He was referring to Arsenal’s...

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Arsene Wenger refuses to rest Arsenal star despite hamstring injury

The Chile international has been instrumental for Arsenal this season but he is suffering from a hamstring injury despite his stellar performances.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that he will not rest Alexis Sanchez, as least for now, despite suffering from a hamstring injury. According to The Mirror, Sanchez has been complaining of a muscle injury for the past few days but the French tactician hears none of it.

The 26-year-old joined the English club from La Liga giants Barcelona for £35 million. The newspaper also reports...

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Thierry Henry to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal?

Arsenal’s legendary player Thierry Henry has been backed to replace Arsene Wenger as the Gunner’s manager by former team mate Robert Pires.
Wenger’s contract runs until 2017 but Pires believes that Henry, 38, could be a perfect replacement for the French tactician at the London-based club. 

The duo spent six seasons together at Arsenal, and won three FA Cups and two Premier League titles. 

Speaking to Omnisport, Pires explained:

"Can I see Thierry Henry taking over from Arsene Wenger? Yes, why...

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Wenger and Vardy win October’s Manager and Player of the Month awards

The Leicester City striker has scored in all four games, whilst Arsene guided the Gunners to four wins in October.
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy collected October’s Player of the Month award, whilst Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was named the best manager for the previous month.

Vary, who has won rave reviews and helped his side rise to third in the standings due to his stellar performance in front of goal since the beginning of the season, netted five goals in four games for the Foxes.


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Arsenal-Tottenham: Wenger “angry” Spurs' Harry Kane left the Gunners

Ahead of Sunday’s north London derby, Le Prof revealed his thoughts on Harry Kane
Ahead of Sunday’s eagerly-awaited north London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham, Gunners boss Arsene Wenger revealed his thoughts on Spurs star striker Harry Kane.

According to the French manager, he was left “a bit angry” after finding out that the talented 22-year-old was an Arsenal player before leaving the club, a move which led to him joining Spurs around two years...

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Arsenal's Champions League fate: Wenger trusts Bayern to beat Olympiakos

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is still optimistic that his side will reach the last round of 16 in the Champions League despite the 5-1 thrashing by Bayern Munich on Wednesday.
Speaking about his team’s performance during a post-match presser, a dejected Wenger lamented, ''We were not at the races, When we went forward we had chances but with a defensive performance like that you go nowhere. You have to give credit to Bayern but we made things quite easy for them. We were extremely poor defensively.’’

He added, ''I can't tell you if it's the worst....

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Müller, Lewandowski & Robben hand Arsenal its biggest European defeat ever

Pep Guardiola's crew was no match for the Gunners at Allianz Arena, scoring three goals in the game's first 45 minutes.
Arsene Wenger and his men came a little closer to an early exit of the UEFA Champions League, after crashing against Bayern Munich. The Bavarians showed no mercy and avenged their 2-0 loss against the Gunners last month, scoring five goals and dominating every aspect of the game. It could've been worse for Arsenal, but Bayern seemed to take the foot off the gas after their fourth goal of the evening.


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Bayern vs Arsenal: Guardiola nearly joined the Gunners during playing days

This revelation about the die Roten boss comes ahead of their Champions League home clash with the north London giants.
On Wednesday, German giants Barcelona will host Arsenal in a highly-anticipated UEFA Champions League encounter.

The Bundesliga champions, having been defeated 2-0 in the away clash with the Gunners, will be looking to inflict revenge on Arsene Wenger’s crew, with the London giants bringing a halt to die Roten’s unbeaten record in all competitions this season.

With the game...

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Wenger on Arsenal’s latest injury crisis: “We can deal with it”

The Gunners will be without eight players for Saturday’s trip to Swansea, but Le Prof insists he still has options.
Arsenal’s injury crisis grew from worrisome to alarming after the club’s Capital One Cup exit on Tuesday.

The Gunners, whose fine form as of late has seen them beat Bayern in the Champions League and climb to second in the English Premier League charts, level on points with leaders Man City, lost 3-0 to Sheffield Wednesday.

However, what was more of a concern to the manager...

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SHOCKED! Arsenal gets slammed by Sheffield Wednesday

The Gunners had a complicated evening at Hillsborough, losing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott due to injury before the halftime break.
Arsenal's superb Premier League season will not be replicated in the Capital One Cup, as the Gunners were eliminated by Sheffield Wednesday after a 3-0 loss.

Arsene Wenger's side was never comfortable on the pitch, making a couple of substitutions before the first half ended. One of those men to come off was Theo Walcott, who took Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's spot in the lineup after just five...

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Mourinho quotes Wenger to insult referee Jon Moss during West Ham loss

Details behind the Special One’s latest FA charges have been revealed, with the Chelsea boss facing a stadium ban.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is facing further punishment from the English FA for his actions in Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to West Ham at Upton Park.

The Portuguese manager, who was already fined £50,000 and handed a one-match ban, though he has appealed the decision, forced his way into the referee’s room during the weekend defeat to confront Jon Moss, the match official.


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Dynamo Kyiv vs Chelsea: Mou uses Wenger's words to point out referee's mistake

The Special One believes that the referee was afraid of calling a penalty on their favor. He is currently trying to appeal a £50,000 fine from the FA.
Jose Mourinho will not stop talking about how he feels towards referees but this time he was more conscious about his choice of words to describe a mistake made by the official during the game between Kyiv and Chelsea. An uncalled penalty had Mour furious so he decided to imitate Arsene Wenger when judging the call.

"The referee was weak and naive. Big penalty," Mourinho said to BT...

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HILARIOUS: Wenger blamed for Bayern team bus crash

The Bayern team bus was involved in an accident with a Mercedes prior to their Emirates Stadium clash. Could Le Prof have been the culprit?
With a high-stake game such as Arsenal vs Bayern Munich right around the corner, many could be forgiven for thinking that Wenger will use all the means necessary to get the upper hand against Tuesday’s opponents.

But will the French manager, know for holding adhere to his morales and principles, stoop so low as to inflict trauma upon the Bayern manager and players by arranging a car crash...

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Arsenal vs Bayern: Guardiola expecting fight from the Gunners

The Spanish tactician has warned his players to be weary of the Gunners, as Wenger's crew go in search off an all-important home win.
On Tuesday, German giants Bayern Munich will travel to the Emirates to lock horns with Arsenal in Tuesday’s highly-anticipated Champions League clash.

The Gunners sit in last place in group F having lost their first two games, and are in dire need of a win if they wish to avoid an early exit.

Unfortunately for the north London side, they will face-off against one of Europe’s...

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Arsenal vs Bayern Munich: Wenger knows the key to stop Lewandowski's fire

The Gunners have received five goals in two games and are last in Group F. Lewandowski has scored three goals in this competition.
Arsenal may lose all their hopes to qualify to the next round if they can't get any points at home against Bayern Munich. Their biggest threat is knowing that Robert Lewandowski is on fire and not that many teams have found a way to stop him lately.

Arsene Wenger claims to have the perfect plan so that Lewandowski does not find the back of the net in the game at Emirates Stadium. For the...

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Robben hails Wenger as “unique” despite being labeled a diver

With Bayern and Arsenal set to clash on Tuesday, the Dutchman held nothing but praise for the Gunners boss.
All is forgiven, but not forgotten between Arjen Robben and Arsene Wenger.

With European giants Bayern Munich and Arsenal set to lock horns at the Emirates on Tuesday in a crucial Champions League tie for the Gunners, the Dutch superstar held nothing but praise for the long-serving French manager.

Last time these two sides clashed, in the Champions League round of 16 two seasons back...

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WENGER OUT? Arsenal's boss drops big hint about his retirement

Thursday, Oct 15 2015

Tags: English Premier League, Arsenal, Arsene Wenger

During the team's Annual General Meetings, Le Prof apparently revealed he will not renovate his ongoing contract, while he tries to leave 'some kind of legacy' to his successor.
After 19 years coaching the Gunners, it seems like Arsene Wenger may finally step down as the team's head coach. The French manager ends his current contract with Arsenal in June of 2017, but some of he remarks he made during the team's Annual General Meetings hint that he would not renovate his link with North London's side. 

Wenger, who has been the target of severe criticism by fans...

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Chile vs Brazil: Alexis Sanchez travels injured and Arsenal is concerned

The Chilean striker suffered an injury in his groin during the game against Manchester United. Sanchez has scored six goals in the last three games.
Alexis Sanchez is the star of the Chilean national team and that is probably why Jorge Sampaoli did not want to go against Brazil without him. Despite the threat of a possible long-term injury boiling, Alexis has made the long trip from England to Chile as the World Cup Qualifiers begin in South America. 

Sanchez, who was very important in Arsenal's win over Manchester United this past...

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Arsenal-Man Utd: Wenger reveals real reason why the Gunners missed out on Anthony Martial

Arsene first spotted the French striker, but the former Monaco starlet eventually joined the Red Devils, where he is now enjoying a stellar Premier League career.
On Sunday, London giants Arsenal will host Manchester United in a highly-anticipated English Premier League clash at the Emirates, with only three points separating the two sides.

All eyes, however, will be on the Red Devils summer signing Anthony Martial, with the young French a hot topic ahead of the game as yet another player that got away from Arsene Wenger.

The Gunners boss, upon...

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Arsenal vs Manchester United: Top 5 facts to bet on the result on Oct. 4, 2015

The two English Premier League heavyweights will clash at the Emirates. Here are five things you need to know ahead of Sunday’s game.
Once a meeting between English Premier League’s two most dominant sides, a clash seen as the title decider seasons ago, Arsenal vs Manchester United is a fixture that pales in comparison to their previous encounters.

Nonetheless, their meetings never fail to entertain the crowd and million of followers, and when the Red Devils travel to north London this Sunday to lock horns with Arsene...

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