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How Arsene Wenger changed the Premier League … and then dropped the ball - The Conversation UK

When Arsene Wenger was named as the new manager of Arsenal FC in September 1996, English football was in a period of transition. The 1989 Hillsborough disaster had led to a transformation of the grounds and treatment of supporters, and the arrival of ...and more »

Why Arsène Wenger must leave Arsenal this summer - GQ.com

On the back of Arsenal's thrashing by Manchester City in the EFL Cup final, we explain why it is the end of the road for Arsène Wenger. By Alfie Baldwin. 31 Mar 2017. PA Photos. By Alfie Baldwin. Alfie Baldwin is GQ's Associate Picture Editor ...and more »

Alexis Sanchez shackled on Arsenal left-hand side, lack of killer instinct costs Manchester City - The Independent

Arsenal proved their season still has signs of life after twice battling back to earn a 2-2 draw with their Premier League top-four rivals Manchester City. Against a backdrop of uncertainty over the future of manager Arsene Wenger and the supporter ...and more »

Arsenal battle back against Manchester City to earn share of the points and end miserable run - The Independent

Arsenal end a miserable run by finally showing some character, but this odd 2-2 draw at the Emirates still mostly showed why both these teams and managers have underachieved this season. Just look at the runs of forms this result tops off. Arsenal ...and more »

Arsenal fan John Lydon slams Arsene Wenger's "empire of insane mediocrity" and says it's time for the boss to go - Mirror.co.uk

Punk legend John Lydon claims there should be anarchy at the Emirates to force Arsene Wenger out of Arsenal. Lifelong Arsenal fan Lydon - famously known as Johnny Rotten - says Wenger has turned Arsenal into an “empire of insane mediocrity.” Lydon, in ...and more »

Arsenal vs West Ham live: Latest updates and score from the Emirates - The Independent

Arsenal entertain West Ham United in a Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night, with Arsène Wenger's side looking to reverse a slump in form. Arsenal played without a captain against Manchester City · Arsene Wenger condemns ...and more »

Arsene Wenger is the easy-going school teacher everyone likes, but exam time is coming for failing Arsenal - The Independent

Around the Arsenal training ground and squad right now, you really wouldn't get the sense that they are a side under siege, badly in need of a win against Manchester City this weekend. There is a good mood, the same "banter". It backs up something ...and more »

Arsène Wenger will probably stay, so Arsenal's 2017/18 season will probably go a little something like this - The Independent

It is August, the opening day of the season. Arsène Wenger is still the manager of Arsenal having signed a one-year contract extension and the mood around the Emirates is unusually positive. Yes, Alexis Sanchez has left for Juventus and the only fit ...and more »

Arsene Wenger won't quit football regardless of Arsenal future: 'For old people retirement is dying' - The Independent

When it comes to the wide debate about Arsene Wenger's future, an argument often made is that it's impossible to imagine him living without football, and he all but confirmed that on Thursday. The 67-year-old said that, regardless of what happens with ...and more »

Seven things to look forward to as the Premier League returns this weekend - The Independent

After a two-week international break, the Premier League returns this weekend. Liverpool will host Everton in Saturday's early kick-off, with Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham all in action. Arsenal play Manchester City on Sunday, before the ...and more »