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Wilshere gives Arsenal fans some worrying injury news

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The Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has finally made his first appearance for the Arsenal senior side this season and is likely to see more action in the home game against Norwich City today. His fitness if Arsene Wenger was to want to play Wilshere from the start either should not be a concern as the [.

Time for Arsenal to drop Monreal and give Gibbs a chance?

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You will not find too many Arsenal fans with many good things to say about the performance of Nacho Monreal against West Ham, as the Spanish left back was all at sea and hopelessly out of place against the hat-trick hero of the Hammers. And even though Andy Carroll is a bit of a special [...]

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Video: Jack Wilshere confirms he is targeting Euro 2016 place

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Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has confirmed he has his sight set on a place in England's squad for Euro 2016. The 22-year-old made his...

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Is Jack Wilshere running out of time?

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The Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has not played even one competitive game this season after he was cruelly injured the day before the Gunners played Chelsea in the Community Shield, but he is now finally getting back to fitness and played an hour of an U21 match last night. Although he may be too late [.

Good news in Arsenal midfielder’s race to Euro 2016

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Jack Wilshere made his long-awaited return to action last night, starting for the Under-21's side against Newcastle United. The 24 year-old has been out of action since May of last year, and is eager to return to the first-team in order to try and seal a place on the plane for Roy Hodgson's England squad.

Wenger believes England among favourites for Euro2016

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A few years back, there was much made of Arsenal's "English Core" that was supposed to be the backbone of the England team for this generation, but due to mostly injuries they have rarely all featured together for Roy Hodgson's side. In fact in the last international break before the Euro2016 actually starts, only Danny [.

England boss warns Arsenal star to earn place

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England manager Roy Hodgson has told Theo Walcott that he needs to earn back his starting role for Arsenal if he wants to seal a place in his squad for the European Championships. The 27 year-old has started only one league game since the last week in January, and with Danny Welbeck impressing since his [.

English Premier League

Remarkable Leicester City “have given hope to Southampton and everyone in the league”

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Southampton captain Jose Fonte believes Leicester City's remarkable rise to within one win of the Premier League title has given hope to every team in the league. Leicester can win English...

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Revealed: Jose Fonte “spoke to Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain about Southampton return”

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Southampton captain Jose Fonte has confirmed to Just Football that he has spoken to Arsenal wingerAlex Oxlade-Chamberlain about a potential return to the club. Oxlade-Chamberlain has been heavily...

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Eden Hazard, Leonardo Ulloa, Iheanacho… Names of the Premier League, week 35

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Leicester are just one win away from lifting the Premier League title courtesy of their 4-0 thrashing of Swansea City and Tottenham's unfortunate slip-up as they drew 1-1 against West Brom. At the...

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Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney tops list of 10 richest young sportsmen in Britain

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Wayne Rooney is Britain's richest young sportsman with a fortune of £82 million, according to The Sunday Times Rich List 2016 – the definitive guide to wealth in Britain and Ireland – to be published...

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Marcus Rashford, Mamadou Sakho, Aguero… Names of the Premier League, week 34

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The title race is hotting up. Leicester are still grinding out results, while Tottenham look like in the words of Harry Kane lions ready to pounce on any slip up. Things are just as...

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World class Man Utd target reveals he will manage at Old Trafford, date confirmed

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Jose Mourinho has confirmed that he will manage England for this summer's Soccer Aid match at Old Trafford on the 5th of June.

The Portuguese will take on Claudio Ranieri, who will manage the rest of the world side.

An analysis of which four strikers England should take to Euro 2016

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So long the part of the team most derided for being useless, suddenly the part of the team most praised for being ruthless, England's striking problem going into Euro 2016 this summer is a good one to have.

Six or seven players can make reasonable claims for contention, and quite a lot of the English players amongst the goals in this Premier League season play in different ways, making even the ones who do not fit into Roy Hodgson's first XI useful ways to add a shock factor into the squad.

An analysis of which four strikers England should take to Euro 2016

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So long the part of the team most derided for being useless, suddenly the part of the team most praised for being ruthless, England's striking problem going into Euro 2016 this summer is a good one to have.

Six or seven players can make reasonable claims for contention, and quite a lot of the English players amongst the goals in this Premier League season play in different ways, making even the ones who do not fit into Roy Hodgson's first XI useful ways to add a shock factor into the squad.

Leicester promise no let-up in title pursuit

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Leicester's Danny Drinkwater has insisted there will be no change in the club's approach as they eye a remarkable Premier League title success.

The Midlands club were 5,000/1 outsiders to be crowned champions of England before the season started.

Yet they now lead England's top flight by seven points from second-placed Tottenham Hotspur and head into this weekend's match at home to West Ham needing just three wins from their final five league games this season to complete a stunning title success.

Leicester promise no let-up in title pursuit

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Leicester's Danny Drinkwater has insisted there will be no change in the club's approach as they eye a remarkable Premier League title success.

The Midlands club were 5,000/1 outsiders to be crowned champions of England before the season started.

Yet they now lead England's top flight by seven points from second-placed Tottenham Hotspur and head into this weekend's match at home to West Ham needing just three wins from their final five league games this season to complete a stunning title success.

Euro 2016 England squad: 15 outside contenders looking to book their ticket to France

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Now less than two months away, Euro 2016 is fast creeping up on the horizon. With England's squad for France pretty much defined bar a handful of places, the final five weeks of the Premier...

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Divock Origi, Andy Carroll, Lamela… Names of the Premier League, week 33

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We're into the last stretch of a sensational Premier League season, but the twists and turns we've enjoyed so far show no signs of disappearing just yet. With five games left to play here are the...

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Spurs 3-0 Manchester United: Game in 11 Tweets as rampant Spurs flush desperate Darmian and Co. down toilet

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This was a clash that encapsulated the entire Premier League season, the tectonic plates of the division as a whole in delicate flux. Spurs vs Manchester United: title challengers vs former greats,...

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Sunderland 0-2 Leicester City: Game in 10 Tweets as Foxes edge closer to Premier League title

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A 2-0 victory saw Leicester City go 10 points clear at the top of the Premier League,as a brace from Jamie Vardy defeated relegation-threatened Sunderland at the Stadium of Light. With both teams...

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Missing Piece? Five strikers Arsenal should consider signing for next season

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by Benjamin Darvill Arsenal's striking conundrum has been one of the most hotly debated topics in the Premier League this season. The Gunners lacka reliable goalscorer, so the story goes, and that...

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Wilshere set to play and make early return for Arsenal

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It might sound wrong to say that the Arsenal and England star Jack Wilshere will make an early return to the Arsenal side, because when he suffered that training ground accident and broke his foot just before the start of the current campaign we did not expect him to be out of action for the [...]

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Dimitri Payet, Alex Pato, Mbokani… Names of the Premier League, week 32

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After the waiting game of a long international break, this crazy Premier League season picked up again at the weekend with more twists and turns both at the top and in the Premier League relegation...

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Say It Ain’t So

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Lance Armstrong, Alex Rodriguez, Tyson Gay, Barry Bonds, Marion Jones, Diego Maradona, and the list goes on and on. If you don't know what all of these people have in common, you should probably get out from whatever rock you have been living under. However, in all seriousness, you don't want to be associated with.

Why EPL transfer bids for Walcott can help Arsenal NOW

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I must admit that I wanted Arsenal to keep our England international forward Theo Walcott the last two times that Arsenal transfer rumours were talking about his possible departure from the club. His contract was up for renewal on both of those occasions and a lot of Arsenal fans wanted Arsene Wenger to sell him [.

Crystal Palace, Norwich, Sunderland, Newcastle – Who stays, who goes? The Premier League relegation battle assessed

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With the final international break of the season now concluded, our focus turns back to club matters and the Premier League relegation fight. It's now at the stage where only points matter. A...

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John Stones must accept England scrutiny, says Hodgson

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Everton centre-back John Stones will need to develop thick skin if he is to become a mainstay of England's defense, national manager Roy Hodgson has warned.

Stones was at fault for the Netherlands' first goal in England's 2-1 friendly defeat at Wembley on Tuesday, with his slip culminating in a penalty conceded by Danny Rose from which the visitors equalized.

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Extra Time: Emerson Hyndman

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I had a chance to talk to the Fulham youngster last week and the resulting bit went up yesterday. Here's his thoughts on a couple of topics that didn't make the final cut.On learning from Scott Parker:I've played with Scotty for two years now and I've learned a lot, from the way he carries himself on and off the pitch to giving the maximum professionally.

First And Last

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Fulham's Emerson Hyndman bagged his first career goal, a stoppage time strike that handed the hosts a 2-1 victory over Cardiff City.- Greg Seltzer

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El efecto de la Musica en los Partidos Internacionales

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Como sabemos, el fútbol es un espectáculo internacional.Dos equipos de dos países completamente diferentes comparten una cosa en común: la pasión por el fútbol.Esta pasión trae los equipos juntos parala competencia, donde los países luchan por el orgullo.En muchos casos existe unahistoria entre las dos naciones.

Obstáculos a jugar fútbol feminino por las “Dick Kerr Ladies”

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Un obstáculo notable que retardó la propagación del fútbol femenino fue la teoría que "a strenuous game, especially during puberty and menstrual periods, would ... damage their bodies and seriously affect their fertility" (Newsham 32). Por eso, muchos hombres les impiden a sus maridas de jugar deportes.

Real Madrid

PSG left haunted by familiar feeling of failure

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Paris Saint-Germain have some serious soul-searching to do after once again coming up short in the Champions League as they exited the competition at the hands of Manchester City on Tuesday.

A 1-0 defeat in England saw PSG lose 3-2 on aggregate as they became the first team to lose in the quarter-finals of the Champions League in four consecutive seasons.

PSG left haunted by familiar feeling of failure

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Paris Saint-Germain have some serious soul-searching to do after once again coming up short in the Champions League as they exited the competition at the hands of Manchester City on Tuesday.

A 1-0 defeat in England saw PSG lose 3-2 on aggregate as they became the first team to lose in the quarter-finals of the Champions League in four consecutive seasons.

Europe

Following in Dele Alli’s Footsteps: Football League Young Player of the Year 2016 Shortlist

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by Brendan Earley The annual Football League Young Player of the Year award showcases players with real potential in the lower divisions, presented to the best player in the Football League under the...

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England Up Top

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Rooney: "My lad asked me to get an England kit with Vardy on the back!" For the first time in many years England have a bit of a striker dilemma. Wayne Rooney, England's record goal scorer and captain, has been struggling with injury and has missed both of England's friendlies during this international break.

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On This Day In 1959: England Legend Billy Wright Becomes The First Player To Win 100 Caps For His Country

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The first player in world football to make 100 appearances for his country was England's Billy Wright, and he achieved the feat on 11th April 1959 when he appeared in a 1-0 victory over Scotland at Wembley.

Shropshire-born Wright captained Wolverhampton Wanderers during the club's glory years, leading the old gold to three league titles in 1954, 1958 and 1959, and an FA Cup in 1949.

Shrewd: Harry Redknapp Backs Leicester Captain Wes Morgan (25 Caps For Jamaica) For An England Call-Up

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Proving that actual insight and knowledge stand forlittle in the flatulent world of the Proper Football Man™, noted sage Harry Redknapp went and dropped a rather embarrassingclanger in his latest Telegraph column.

Singing the praises of one of Leicester City's many unsung heroes, our 'Arry fawned over Wes Morgan's heroics in the middle of the Foxes' defence, even going so far as to question why he hadn't received a nod from the England top brass yet.

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JT & ENGLAND: "He is so much better than anything else England can trot out in France"

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It's a subject that will divide opinion amongst the public and especially those who do not follow Chelsea. In saying that, it would more than likely divide opinion amongst our own but John Terry IS STILL England's best defender.

All the crap in the past is done with. Everything that has needed to be said has been and John Terry has moved on, we have moved on and football has moved on.

Amid the gloom, we all stood up and cheered

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A DISMAL MATCH AND A RAINY NIGHT BUT WEMBLEY SALUTED A STAR

It was a miserable day in London.

The warm-up to the England v Netherlands (1:2) friendly on Tuesday was anything but warm.

Tuesday in England's capital was rather a tale of relentless and at times heavy rain joined by chilling breezes, the sort of dark day where the corners of your jeans get cloyingly damp, the traffic shrieks as the lights flare through the mist and the motor noise bounces off the puddles.