Dyche: We’ll need luck against Arsenal

Dyche: We’ll need luck against Arsenal

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Alexandre Lacazette Gutted After Learning Antoine Griezmann Sold Him to Huddersfield in FM Save

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Leads Arsenal to 1-0 Newcastle Win in EPL Opener

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Leads Arsenal to 1-0 Newcastle Win in EPL Opener

Stu Forster/Getty ImagesArsenal kicked off their 2019-20 Premier League campaign with a win on Sunday, beating Newcastle United 1-0 at St James' Park. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang got the only goal in the second half.Rainy conditions made life hard on both teams, but the Gunners had the better play throughout the contest and deservedly went ahead just before…
Arsenal turn to youth at Newcastle

Arsenal turn to youth at Newcastle

Watch Newcastle vs Arsenal live on Sky Sports from 1pm on Friday; Kick-off at 2pm Last Updated: 11/08/19 2:45pm Joe Willock starts for Arsenal Arsenal head coach Unai Emery has handed Reiss Nelson and Joe Willock starts as the Gunners face Newcastle at St James' Park on Renault Super Sunday. Newcastle vs Arsenal August 11,…
Ozil, Kolasinac miss Arsenal opener due to ‘security incidents’

Ozil, Kolasinac miss Arsenal opener due to ‘security incidents’

Sead Kolasinac, left, and Mesut Ozil, right, escaped an attempted carjacking in late July in London [Michael Regan/Getty Images] Arsenal has left Mesut Ozil and Sead Kolasinac out of the squad for its English Premier League season opener due to ongoing "security incidents", the London club said.  The pair escaped unharmed from an attempted carjacking last month, when…
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Last Updated: 09/08/19 6:36pm Unai Emery will be happy with Arsenal's summer transfer business Arsenal's "ruthless" approach has seen them emerge as the winners of the summer transfer window, James Olley has told Sky Sports' Transfer Talk podcast. The Evening Standard's chief football correspondent looked back on a summer which saw the Gunners break their…
Why did Premier League teams spend less money on transfers this summer?

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10:53 AM ETGabriele MarcottiSenior Writer, ESPN FC For all the talk of financial might, this summer's transfer window saw the Premier League's collective net spend fall by more than 25%.Whether you use Transfermarkt figures (showing a drop of 24%, from €1.019 billion to €774 million) or the numbers put out by Deloitte (a fall of…
Chelsea: David Luiz did not go on strike, says Frank Lampard

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David Luiz featured in pre-season matches under Chelsea boss Frank Lampard before being sold to ArsenalDavid Luiz did not go on strike at Chelsea before joining Arsenal, says Blues manager Frank Lampard.Brazilian centre-half Luiz, 32, moved to the Gunners on transfer deadline day after spending the previous three seasons in a second spell at Chelsea."We…
Deadline day signings take Premier League spending to £1.41bn

Deadline day signings take Premier League spending to £1.41bn

Kieran Tierney, Alex Iwobi, Ryan Sessegnon and Ismaila Sarr were the four £25m+ Premier League signings on deadline dayA late flurry of deadline-day signings took Premier League spending for the summer up to £1.41bn, just short of the £1.43bn record set in 2017.Deadline day spending alone by English top-flight clubs was £170m - but on…

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