So far, the 2017/18 Premier League season has been a campaign of headed goals. We wonder why.
Fabregas accused Keown of "just, like, punching people" during Pizzagate. He'd already left.
Wenger named who Arsenal's emergency outfield keeper would be last year. Lacazette to challenge?
Arsenal? Chelsea? Liverpool? Man City? Man United? Tottenham? Someone just sign Marco Reus.
Ozil has "already left" Arsenal "mentally," according to Keown. "It's going to get messy."
"I could consider the question of selling my stake," says Usmanov. But not to Kroenke; to a new investor.
"I apologise Sir Alex. I really didn't mean to do that," says a regretful Cesc Fabregas.
The Premier League's big six, Everton, West Ham and Leicester want a change in TV revenue distribution.
Alexandre Lacazette also wants to "become stouter in front of goal" for Arsenal. Of course he does.
The Arsenal Supporters' Trust are not keen on the idea of single ownership. Sorry, Stan.
What happened to the Alli who was better than Pogba? He is here, as are Everton, Jurgen and Mesut...
These 40 players probably saw Harry Winks get a call-up and thought: "That could be me." Some would be right.
England are almost there but need a performance. Messi, Sanchez and Scotland have the opposite problem.
Even Mathieu Debuchy bothered to turn up for media duties. Sanchez and Ozil? Not so.
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