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Arsene Wenger wants to keep Danny Welbeck at Arsenal

Arsene Wenger insists he wants to keep Danny Welbeck at Arsenal despite admitting the striker lacks the goalscoring prowess of Harry Kane.

Roberto Firmino will face no FA action over Mason Holgate incident in Liverpool v Everton game

The FA will take no action against Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino following an incident with Everton's Mason Holgate during their FA Cup third-round tie in January.

Bellew vs Haye II: David Haye says he cannot afford to lose a round to Tony Bellew in rematch

David Haye says he produced a "one out of 10" performance in his defeat to Tony Bellew and admits he is not the same fighter if he loses a single round in the rematch.

Castleford Tigers sack Zak Hardaker after failed drugs test

Castleford Tigers have sacked Zak Hardaker after a failed drugs test last year.

Anthony Joshua could make his American debut against Jarrell Miller in Brooklyn, says Eddie Hearn

Promoter Eddie Hearn admits there is a "real possibility" that Anthony Joshua could make his American debut against Jarrell Miller.

Bellew vs Haye II: Tony Bellew criticises David Haye's attitude ahead of rematch

Tony Bellew insisted that David Haye's new "humble" approach won't help him gain revenge in their upcoming rematch.

David Ospina to start Arsenal's EFL Cup final against Manchester City

Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina will start against Manchester City in Sunday's EFL Cup final, Arsene Wenger has confirmed.

Lionel Messi is carrying too much of the creative burden at Barcelona

<strong>Lionel Messi scored the goal that puts Barcelona in pole position to progress from their Champions League tie with Chelsea. But the feeling persists that Ernesto Valverde’s system puts too much of the onus on one man, writes Adam Bate from Stamford Bridge.</strong>

Jose Mourinho must manage Paul Pogba better, says Ian Wright

Ian Wright thinks Jose Mourinho needs to manage Paul Pogba better and ensure the midfielder plays to the best of his ability at Manchester United.

Ernesto Valverde says Barcelona goal 'significant' in draw at Chelsea in Champions League

Ernesto Valverde declared himself "happy" after <a href=''>Barcelona claimed a 1-1 draw at Chelsea</a> in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie on Tuesday.

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