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10 superstars Arsene Wenger missed out on

10 superstars Arsene Wenger missed out on

Wilshere was forced to return home early from global duty after picking up a knee injury while training with the England squad last week and understandably there were concerns over his fitness. "It's a big game for us, we need a result", he said. Elneny has featured for Arsenal in every one of their Europa League outings so far this season and will be expected to keep his place for the upcoming two-legged quarter-final tie with CSKA Moscow next month.


Ronaldinho: Manchester United move was 48 hours from happening

Ronaldinho: Manchester United move was 48 hours from happening

The FC panel answer your tweets on Jurgen Klopp vs. Jose Mourinho , discuss whether the Nations League will prove more useful than global friendlies and more. Meanwhile, the 24-year-old is also reportedly dissatisfied with Barca, primarily because of the Catalan club's inability to give him a raise. "I told the English I had chosen Barça".


Masters assured its smallest field in 21 years

Masters assured its smallest field in 21 years

He's walking with a bounce in his step like he did when he was out here kicking everybody's butt. "My outlook is I would like just to win a Masters in my career, whether it's next year, whether it happens five years down the road", he said ahead of the Houston Open, which starts today.


Del Potro beats Raonic to reach Miami Open semis

Del Potro beats Raonic to reach Miami Open semis

Having won his last two events in the Mexican Open in Acapulco, Mexico, and the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California, notably defeating Roger Federer in the final for the latter , Del Potro will be a heavy favorite to win his third straight tournament.


EPL: Roma reveal why they sold Salah to Liverpool

EPL: Roma reveal why they sold Salah to Liverpool

However, Roma sporting director Monchi claims the decision to sanction the £37.80m (R582m) fee to allow him a return to the Premier League was not a mistake - as they needed to balance the books and it was done before the world-record £200m (R3.23b) sale of Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain.


Who's who at the centre of Australia's ball-tampering plot

Who's who at the centre of Australia's ball-tampering plot

He said cricket's governing body in Australia didn't want it known that the global Twenty20 cricket circuit, headlined by the Indian Premier League, meant players could leave the CA system and still earn a rich living as a professional cricketer.