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  • Arsene Wenger has failed to learn the most basic truths

    Arsene Wenger has failed to learn the most basic truths

    Yahoo Sport UK
    Arsene Wenger has failed to learn the most basic truths

    Arsene Wenger is often talked of as Le Professeur – he’s an intelligent man, and he has a degree. If they lose to Manchester United or Chelsea, then it would not be a failure in isolation, but the context would override that. …

  • St Etienne say not obsessed by nemesis Ibrahimovic

    St Etienne say not obsessed by nemesis Ibrahimovic

    Reuters
    St Etienne say not obsessed by nemesis Ibrahimovic

    SAINT-ETIENNE, France (Reuters) - St Etienne are Zlatan Ibrahimovic's preferred victim, but Les Verts refuse to obsess over the Manchester United striker ahead of their Europa League last-32 return leg on Wednesday. No other team in Europe has been more haunted by Ibrahimovic, who has now scored three hat tricks against the French club, including one in the first leg that put United on the brink of qualification with a 3-0 win. Ibrahimovic has scored 17 goals against St Etienne in 14 games. …

  • Arsenal to give Sutton £50,000 to buy two classrooms, reveals boss

    Arsenal to give Sutton £50,000 to buy two classrooms, reveals boss

    Goal.com
    Arsenal to give Sutton £50,000 to buy two classrooms, reveals boss

    The non-league club have revealed their gratitude to the Gunners after their cup run came to an end at the hands of Arsene Wenger's side …

  • PGA Championship: Giggs the dream pro-am partner for Manchester United fanatic McIlroy

    PGA Championship: Giggs the dream pro-am partner for Manchester United fanatic McIlroy

    Omnisport
    PGA Championship: Giggs the dream pro-am partner for Manchester United fanatic McIlroy

    Ryan Giggs and Rory McIlroy are sure to draw a big gallery when they team up at the BMW PGA Championship Pro-Am. …

  • Monchi's magic leads Sevilla into Europe's elite

    Monchi's magic leads Sevilla into Europe's elite

    AFP News
    Monchi's magic leads Sevilla into Europe's elite

    There are few football clubs where the star is the sporting director, but Ramon Rodriguez Verdejo, or "Monchi" as he is better known, has been the architect of Sevilla's most successful era by far. Since taking over as sporting director in 2000, the former goalkeeper has guided the club from Spain's second division to five Europa League titles. …