English football

Sunday, February 7, 2016

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The Arsenal midfielder scored to help his side claim an important 2-0 win over Bournemouth and brought to an end a long wait for a goal away from the Emirates Stadium

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The 19-year-old's stunning goal fired Ajax to a 2-1 win against Feyenoord on Sunday and, after snubbing Manchester City and Napoli, he has his sights set on a dream move to Spain

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Louis van Gaal brings his Red Devils to west London as he takes on fellow Dutch coach Guus Hiddink with both teams eager for the win and all three points

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The Gunners defeated Bournemouth 2-0 at the Vitality Stadium on Sunday to bring an end to a poor run of four Premier League matches without a victory

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Goal took in the action at the Goldsands Stadium, where two goals in a minute from Mesut Ozil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain sent the Gunners to their first win in five games

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Arsene Wenger's men moved level on points with bitter north London rivals Tottenham in second-place as they earned a routine win at the Vitality Stadium on Sunday

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The Belgian has not yet returned to the starting XI as both teams keep faith in the line-ups from their respective previous matches

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The Argentina right-back has already revealed he will sit down to discuss his future at the end of the season, and now suggests his team-mates are expecting an overhaul

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The England international was left on the bench for the Gunners' 0-0 draw with Southampton, with the Gunners legend left scratching his head over why he was not brought on

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The Gunners travel to the Vitality Stadium hoping to put their title bid back on track following a poor run of results that has seen them slip to fourth in the Premier League

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Manchester United's Louis van Gaal will be looking over his shoulder with more intensity after Jose Mourinho revealed he would be open to working for a club outside the capital

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Sergio Busquets and Neymar are both targets for the Manchester City manager-in-waiting, with a £150 million double bid in the offing, according to reports

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The former England captain has announced that he is set to leave Chelsea at the end of the season, but he has been hailed by his Manchester United counterpart

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A win for Manchester United over Chelsea on Sunday could be the catalyst for the Red Devils to mount a charge at the Premier League title, according to the experienced midfielder

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The Chinese Super League have been flexing their considerable financial muscle in recent weeks and have now lined up a move for the out-of-favour Chelsea striker

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Pep Guardiola will know exactly who is surplus to requirements before even arriving at the Etihad, according to striker-turned-pundit Thierry Henry

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The Welshman has been mooted as a potential successor to under-pressure manager Louis van Gaal and the former Fulham centre-back believes he will become a great coach

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Bournemouth snapped up the 22-year-old for £12 million a year after Arsenal sold him to Wolves and he has hit the ground running just as the Gunners' goals have dried up