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Gabriel Martinelli shrugs off Arsenal’s shackles and lets hope fly again | Jonathan Liew

Such is the Brazilian’s swagger that his solo goal at Chelsea seemed predestined; he could be the perfect fit for Mikel Arteta“I’m not the Messiah!” “I say you are, Lord, and I should know – I’ve followed a few.” – Monty Python’s Life of BrianHas a goa…

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Arteta praises Arsenal’s ‘spirit, fight and leadership’ after coming back to draw at Chelsea – video

Mikel Arteta was delighted with Arsenal’s spirit as they twice recovered from a goal down to snatch a point against Chelsea, whose failure to take advantage of David Luiz’s early red card infuriated Frank Lampard. ‘When someone makes a mistake, wh…

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David Luiz’s red card leaves Arsenal pondering philosophical matters | Barney Ronay

An encouraging display at Chelsea poses a question: is no David Luiz a more effective defensive tool than David Luiz?They laughed at the idea David Luiz might bring spirit and a fighting mentality to this Arsenal team. Well, he found a way here. Relate…

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Mikel Arteta hails ‘spirit, fight and leadership’ of 10-man Arsenal

• Arteta: ‘If you put in everything, anything can happen’• Frank Lampard: ‘If they can’t do it right then someone else will’Mikel Arteta hailed Arsenal’s fight after they twice recovered from a goal down to snatch a point against Chelsea, whose failure…

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Héctor Bellerín leaves it late to secure 10-man Arsenal a draw at Chelsea

Two inconsistent sides, two baffled managers. For Frank Lampard, this result was tough to take. Chelsea played against 10 men for more than an hour, took the lead twice and ended up dropping more points at home. They lacked creativity again and paid fo…

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Chelsea v Arsenal: Premier League – live!

Live scoreboard: the latest from Tuesday’s matchesJoin Nick Ames for our Premier League clockwatchChelsea harness collective power to ignite WSL title raceAnd you can email Simon here or tweet him here 7.24pm GMT Two changes for Chelsea, for whom Reece…

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Chelsea v Arsenal: Premier League – live!

Live scoreboard: the latest from Tuesday’s matchesJoin Nick Ames for our Premier League clockwatchChelsea harness collective power to ignite WSL title raceAnd you can email Simon here or tweet him here 7.24pm GMT Two changes for Chelsea, for whom Reece…

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Beating Chelsea is essential for Arsenal’s top-four hopes, says Mikel Arteta

• Manager says his challenge is to inspire more consistency• Arteta admits ‘possibility’ there will be no January signingsArsenal’s ambitions of mounting a late bid for the Champions League places are on the line at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday and Mikel…

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The Dozen: Pickford flies and red skies – best Premier League photos

Our picture editors choose their favourite images from the weekend’s action Continue reading…

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action

Grealish, Saka and Chalobah shine in draws, while Newcastle are ready for reinforcements after a late winArsenal’s injury problems at left?back have led them to explore signing Layvin Kurzawa from Paris Saint-Germain. But what if the solution lies clos…

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John Fleck’s late strike stuns Arsenal to gain Sheffield United a point

For all the improvements Arsenal have made under Mikel Arteta, their inability to see a game out remains chronic. They lost a lead here for the third time in his six-game tenure, continuing a theme that has dogged a miserable Premier League campaign an…

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Mikel Arteta says Reiss Nelson no longer ‘confused’ and can shine at Arsenal

• Arsenal manager has faith in 20-year-old forward• ‘Now I can see he really wants it’, says ArtetaMikel Arteta has backed Reiss Nelson to become a world-class player with Arsenal, saying the young winger has overcome a “confused” period and is ready t…

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Arsenal v Sheffield United: match preview

Arsenal’s woeful performance when these teams last met, in a 1-0 home win for Sheffield United on 21 October, was one of the showings that set Unai Emery’s demise in train. They have perked up since Mikel Arteta’s arrival but, in order to exact revenge…

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend

Two cerebral coaches meet at the Emirates, shaky Spurs head to Vicarage Road and can United really end Liverpool’s unbeaten season?Gedson Fernandes started only three league games in 2019 – and was substituted at half-time in one of those – and though …

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend

Two cerebral coaches meet at the Emirates, shaky Spurs head to Vicarage Road and can United really end Liverpool’s unbeaten season?Gedson Fernandes started only three league games in 2019 – and was substituted at half-time in one of those – and though …

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Arsenal explore possible deal for PSG left-back Layvin Kurzawa

• Arsenal’s two left-backs are currently out injured• Kurzawa is out of contract in the summerArsenal are exploring the possibility of a deal for the Paris Saint-Germain left-back Layvin Kurzawa as Mikel Arteta looks to bolster a defence ravaged by inj…

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Arsenal await security all clear for February training trip to Dubai

• Mikel Arteta looking at four-day break in UAE• Possible FA Cup replay could also affect Arsenal’s travel plansArsenal will assess security advice before deciding whether or not to press on with plans to spend a four?day mid?season break in Dubai, alt…

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Football transfer rumours: Arsenal in for James Maddison and John Stones?

Today’s fluff doesn’t want beef for breakfastChristian Eriksen’s move to Internazionale is in grave danger of collapse, with Paris Saint-Germain set to make a rival counter-swoop for Tottenham’s wantaway 27-year-old. According to the Mirror the French …

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The story of professional fouls: from Willie Young to Federico Valverde

The red card shown to Valverde in the Spanish Supercopa can be traced back to a foul in the FA Cup final 40 years agoBy Steven Pye for That 1980s Sports BlogWhen Atlético Madrid striker Álvaro Morata raced through on goal with a few minutes to play in …

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The story of professional fouls: from Willie Young to Federico Valverde

The red card shown to Valverde in the Spanish Supercopa can be traced back to a foul in the FA Cup final 40 years agoBy Steven Pye for That 1980s Sports BlogWhen Atlético Madrid striker Álvaro Morata raced through on goal with a few minutes to play in …