Cesc Fabregas fires shot at Arsenal after Chelsea's FA Cup defeat - Metro

Cesc Fabregas says Chelsea prefer to win the title over the FA Cup. (AFP/Getty Images). Cesc Fabregas has fired a parting shot at Arsenal by claiming Chelsea would prefer to win the Premier League title over the FA Cup. Arsene Wenger's side denied ...

Per Mertesacker admits FA Cup start came as a surprise - Daily Mail

The 'big fella', as Mertesacker labelled himself afterwards, won his personal duel with Diego Costa and admitted he even took himself by surprise. 'I don't know if I'm capable but I've done it for 15 years,' the German said. 'I expect myself to perform ...

Arsenal deny Chelsea double as Ramsey seals FA Cup - Geo News, Pakistan

Arsenal's Francis Coquelin, Olivier Giroud, and Granit Xhaka celebrate after Aaron Ramsey (not pictured) scores their second goal against Chelsea during FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. May 27, 2017. Reuters/Darren Staples. LONDON: Arsenal salvaged ...

Diego Costa rules out Chinese Super League transfer and says he'd only leave Chelsea for an Atletico return - The Sun

DIEGO COSTA reckons he will only leave Chelsea for former club Atletico Madrid – and will not head to China. Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian, who failed with a bid for Costa in January, had been confident of sealing a £76million move for the ...

Every player wants to play more - Fabregas cagey on Chelsea future after final omission - AOL UK

Cesc Fabregas believes he has proven his class at Chelsea despite being left out of Antonio Conte's FA Cup final XI, but refused to rule out a move away from the club in the future. The ex-Arsenal man, who impressed en route to Chelsea's Premier League ...

Arsene Wenger: Arsenal hero Liam Brady disgusted by Frenchman's critics - Daily Star

ARSENAL legend Liam Brady reckons Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is getting a raw deal from the club's fans. 0. By Garry Doyle / Published 27th May 2017. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has come under fire GETTY. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has come ...

On-Field Drama, Not Fireworks, Will Keep the FA Cup Relevant - New York Times

Arsenal players after their win in the F.A. Cup final on Saturday. Credit Facundo Arrizabalaga/European Pressphoto Agency. LONDON — There were fireworks before and fireworks afterward, fizzing and crackling and disappearing into the sky. Before the F ...

Conte wants Chelsea to be 'very cold' when analysing the season - Goal.com

Antonio Conte wants Chelsea to be "very cold" when they analyse their "incredible" season that ended on the sour note of FA Cup final defeat to Arsenal. Conte's Premier League champions were strong favourites to complete the double as his opposite ...

Ramsey fires Wenger to record seventh FA Cup - Malay Mail Online

Arsenal's Olivier Giroud lifts the trophy and celebrates with team-mates at the end of the English FA final against Chelsea at Wembley Stadium May 27, 2017. — Reuters picLONDON, May 28 — Aaron Ramsey scored a 79th-minute header to earn Arsenal a ...

Mark Halsey: Anthony Taylor made brilliant decision to send Victor Moses off for diving in penalty area in FA Cup ... - The Sun

WHAT an absolutely brilliant decision from Anthony Taylor to send off Victor Moses for diving. In such a huge game it was a big and brave decision, an excellent piece of refereeing. Antony Taylor was brave to show Victor Moses red card for diving at ...

Arsene Wenger's Arsenal future may remain uncertain, but he can at least enjoy himself in the present - The Independent

Having broken a historical record by winning the FA Cup for the seventh time, Arsène Wenger also broke the habit of a lifetime. He will this time keep his winner's medal. The Arsenal manager usually gives them to his backroom staff or those that don't ...

Conte: Sanchez's goal should not have stood - FourFourTwo

Antonio Conte was left to rue Anthony Taylor's decision to allow Alexis Sanchez's opener to stand as his Chelsea side lost 2-1 to Arsenal. Share0Tweet0Email0Share0. Published. 1 hour ago. Antonio Conte "does not understand" why referee Anthony Taylor ...

Wenger becomes the most successful boss in FA Cup history - Daily Mail

Arsene Wenger made history on Saturday night by becoming the most successful manager in the 145 years of the FA Cup. However, he admitted that he doesn't know whether the Arsenal board will allow him to continue his 21 years at the club. Stan Kroenke ...

Wenger adamant he's the man for Arsenal - ESPN FC

Arsene Wenger reaffirms his loyalty to Arsenal after winning the FA Cup for the seventh time. Watch on as Arsenal lift their 13th FA Cup trophy, as Aaron Ramsey's late goal proved to be the decisive goal vs. Chelsea. LONDON -- Arsene Wenger has made it ...

FA Cup: Chelsea boss Antonio Conte 'must improve' squad next season - BBC Sport

Chelsea must "improve the numbers and quality" in their squad over the summer, said manager Antonio Conte after the FA Cup final loss to Arsenal. The Blues were crowned Premier League champions earlier this month in Conte's first season at Stamford ...

Soccer roundup: Arsenal wins FA Cup; Barcelona wins Copa del Rey - Chicago Sun-Times

Arsenal's players celebrate with the trophy after winning the English FA Cup final soccer match between Arsenal and Chelsea at the Wembley stadium in London, Saturday, May 27, 2017. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) ORG XMIT: XVG172. Associated Press ...

Chelsea forgot to wear black armbands in first half of FA Cup final but fixed their mistake at half-time - Irish Examiner

Chelsea apparently forgot to wear black armbands for the first half of Saturday's FA Cup final against Arsenal at Wembley – after it was announced earlier this week that the team would wear them to honour those lost in the terrorist attack in Manchester.

Arsenal v Chelsea: Aaron Ramsey scores FA Cup winner and wants Arsene Wenger to stay - Daily Star

AARON RAMSEY celebrated lifting the FA Cup at the double yesterday – three years after scoring the late winner to beat Hull in the final at Wembley. 0. By Steve Millar / Published 27th May 2017. Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey scored the winner again in an ...

FA Cup win hasn't eased uncertainty over Arsene Wenger's Arsenal future - ESPN.co.uk (blog)

LONDON -- There is an Arsenal supporters' banner that reads, simply, "Arsene Knows." It's been around for a while and is supposed to relate to his wisdom in all football-related matters but with uncertainty once again swirling around his future ...

Soccer-Wenger says Cup triumph has no bearing on his future - Economic Times

By Martyn Herman. LONDON, May 27 (Reuters) - If it does transpire that Arsenal's 2-1 FA Cup final victory over Chelsea was manager Arsene Wenger's final game in charge it will have been a memorable way to sign off. The 67-year-old Frenchman's brow ...