Emery admits 'a lot needs changing at Arsenal' after Wenger… and is just grateful he has time

The Spaniard, 55, took over from the Frenchman after 22 years in North London, with the Gunners once again missing out on Champions League football. While Emery said he didn't arrive with the intention of tearing apart what Wenger had built, he knew things had to change in order to bring back the glory days. Emery told Sky Sports: "What […]

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Arsenal fans fear ‘a lot of pain and suffering’ as post of their next five fixtures goes viral for all the wrong reasons

The Gunners suffered another damaging defeat in the battle for top four after being edged out by a single goal at West Ham. The result meant Arsenal languish in fifth place, level on points with a resurgent Manchester United, and six behind fourth-placed Chelsea. Unai Emery's men now face a make-or-break period in the race for Champions League qualification with games […]

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The truth about a No-Deal Brexit – and whether there'll REALLY be traffic chaos, plane hell or no food

According to apocalyptic predictions this will mean roads are gridlocked, planes grounded and we'll be starved of vital food and medicine. The doom-mongers want to panic the public into overturning the 2016 referendum result, and Theresa May’s government, which is using political blackmail to win support for her botched deal. But all this manufactured hysteria has little basis in reality. […]

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When was the last time a UK Prime Minister has faced vote of no confidence?

But sitting PM Theresa May is one them. Here are the other embattled PMs who were forced to face the dreaded ballot. When was last time a Prime Minister faced vote of no confidence in the UK? The last vote of no confidence in a British Parliament occurred nearly 40 years ago, on March 38, 1979. Then opposition leader Margaret Thatcher brought […]

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Blame it on Bernd: Syria pin Asian Cup struggles on sacked coach

Al Ain: Syrian defender Ahmad Al Salih has put "100 per cent" of the blame for their struggles thus far at the Asian Cup on sacked coach Bernd Stange as the war-torn nation prepares to throw everything they've got at the Socceroos. The return of former manager Fajr Ibrahim as Stange's mid-tournament replacement appears to have appeased and reinvigorated Syria's players, […]

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer beaming at Lowry as his Man Utd 'masterplan' to beat Tottenham is revealed

United narrowly defeated Tottenham 1-0 at Wembley Stadium after an exhilarating match that was decided by Marcus Rashford's first-half winner – and David De Gea's heroics. Capitalising on Kieran Trippier's blunder, Paul Pogba set up the England international with a magnificent pass and the 21-year-old precisely sent the ball past Hugo Lloris. And following the game, Solskjaer was all smiles […]

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Gary Neville told to shut up after getting over excited by Man Utd performance

Marcus Rashford gave the visitors the win with a brilliant finish as the visitors won 1-0. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side displayed the same confidence which has defined the Norwegian's interim spell in charge. Neville said while on co-commentary on Sky Sports: "He (Rashford) is the one now. He is their number one. He added: "Both teams are looking really bright […]

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