Editorial

Monday, October 6, 2014

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CORRESPONDENT COLUMN: The Gunners gave a strong account of themselves despite defeat to Chelsea, while Mario Balotelli looks a far cry from replacing Luis Suarez

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CORRESPONDENT COLUMN: The Gunners gave a strong account of themselves despite defeat to Chelsea, while Mario Balotelli looks a far cry from replacing Luis Suarez

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The Belgian stepped out of the long shadow cast by Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa to help the Blues beat Arsenal, while the Spain goalkeeper impressively kept Everton at bay

Sunday, October 5, 2014

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Thanks to the blistering early season form of Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa, the Belgian had only provided a supporting role so far - until sparking victory against Arsenal

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Brendan Rodgers left Mario Balotelli on the bench and saw his side secure a 2-1 win over West Brom - but he will know better than anyone that there is plenty of work still to do

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Friday, October 3, 2014

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COLUMN: The English champions are set for lucrative overseas fixtures to offset the loss of Champions League revenue while Real Madrid and AC Milan line up a winter clash in Dubai

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The two strikers will both be out to repeat their triple heroics against Manchester United, while Southampton face former manager Mauricio Pochettino on Sunday

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The two goalkeepers played brilliantly on Europa League Matchday Two but Wolfsburg and Besiktas scored late to claim a vital point each

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The Argentine is implementing the same philosophy that reaped such reward on the south coast but just how well are his new side adapting to his aggressive pressing plans?

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The Gunners have come face-to-face with many a former hero in recent years but none will provide as much pain as seeing their old skipper pulling the strings for Chelsea

Thursday, October 2, 2014

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The summer signing has hit the ground running for Arsenal as they recover their composure among Europe's elite but Liverpool continue to struggle up front

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Every Europa League Thursday, Goal profiles a new starlet under the age of 21 who could be set for big things in the game

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The Europa League holders have enjoyed a superb start to the season, and with their Colombian star in fine form they can be protagonists on the continent again this term

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PSG heroes Marquinhos and Blaise Matuidi also make the cut, along with Borussia Dortmund's two-goal star and Chelsea matchwinner Nemanja Matic

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The Spanish striker has slipped down the pecking order at White Hart Lane and failed to live up to expectations since his £26 million move from La Liga last year

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The Anfield side have won only one of six matches without the 25-year-old in normal time - and find themselves cut adrift in the Premier League title race and struggling in Europe

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The former Manchester United striker got his first ever professional hat-trick to hint at better things to come for himself and Arsenal, but there are always bigger tests ahead

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The Mexican was given a chance to impress by coach Carlo Ancelotti but looked lost for long periods and Los Blancos improved immensely after he was replaced by the Frenchman