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Arsenal’s Wenger will keep Walcott waiting

Saturday, September 30, 2017

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger plans to reward Theo Walcott for his goals against BATE Borisov with more Premier League minutes, but will persevere with plans to rotate his team for Sunday’s visit of Brighton.

It’s a case of Arsene Wenger versus ‘Ferguson’ on Wednesday evening as Arsenal face Doncaster Rovers at the Emirates – except his rival will be Darren, not his father Sir Alex.

Tottenham Hotspur should do everything they can to win League Cup or FA Cup this season because it could potentially start a dynasty for this young squad

Tottenham boss believes the club would be wrong to place greater importance on winning the League Cup or FA Cup over Premier League success

West Ham make their first appearance on home soil at London Stadium on Monday, as Premier League new boys Huddersfield come to town.

The international break has come at a good time for West Ham United as they lick their wounds following three successive Premier League defeats.

Liverpool have officially signed Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain from Arsenal for £35 million with wages of £120,000 per week.

Mauricio Pochettino says he is hoping for three more signings after adding defender Davinson Sanchez and goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga to his squad.

Boss Mauricio Pochettino happy with performance on Sunday and was impressed with players character

The new domestic football season gets underway this weekend with Leyton Orient beginning life in the National League in a lunchtime kick-off at Sutton United.

Nell James Grace from Queer Tours of London speaks to Emma Bartholomew about the tour she is hosting this weekend as part of Pride 365 – Hackney’s year-long celebration of the borough’s LGBTQI+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex) community.

Spurs start at Newcastle

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Mauricio Pochettino’s team will then host Chelsea in their first home match of the season at Wembley

And so we arrive at our last stop of a rather bumpy season, the FA Cup Final. Wembley will once again see the Gunners grace its hallowed turf, but this time with a weight of questions hanging over just about everybody and everything at the club.

Spurs supporters regularly chanted for the Argentinean throughout memorable spectacle and it contributed towards a special day for the 45-year-old

Former Gunners defender not surprised by Frenchman’s comments

Former Gunner believes Chilean inspires team-mates

Former Gunners centre-back impressed with young defender

Arsenal triumphed 2-0 on the south coast tonight against Southampton to keep their slender Champions League qualification hopes alive.

Spurs host Red Devils in last ever Premier League game at White Hart Lane on Sunday

Striker helps Gunners down former club Manchester United

French keeper disappointed by London Stadium loss

Spurs boss delighted with win at Crystal Palace



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