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Wenger: We won't sell Sanchez to Premier League rival

That is what I deeply believe. Shakespeare said the mental toughness of players like Vardy has been instrumental in helping Leicester climb to within touching distance of safety. "I think he will sign and stay because, first of all, he is happy here", he continued. That victory may have eased some of the pressure on Wenger from disgruntled fans, but the Emirates boss remained tight-lipped on whether he plans to stay when quizzed on Tuesday morning.


Griffin to Miss the Rest of the Playoffs

Griffin to Miss the Rest of the Playoffs

After falling behind two games to one, the Jazz were faced with a must-win victory in Game 4 at home, or risk heading back to Los Angeles, hoping to avoid elimination on the road. The Utah Jazz are allowing 33.7 percent shooting from deep and are grabbing 34 rebounds per game. But Doc Rivers tempered expectations for the guard's return in this Western Conference first-round series, which is tied 2-2.



Shareholders angry over fake accounts disrupt Wells Fargo meeting

It looks like Warren Buffett has saved the board of embattled United States banking giant, Wells Fargo from ignominy at a heated and noisy annual meeting overnight in Florida. "We know that these issues are not what you expect of us", said Sanger, who apologized and outlined the bank's recent overhaul of its sales practices, employee compensation system, and other reforms prompted by the scandal.



Chelsea Cruise Past Saints To Close In On Title

He finished clinically with a low attempt to open the scoring with his 15th goal of the league campaign. We are ready to fight until the end and we must be proud of what we are doing this season. Now he must continue. "We must be compact and think our target is really [more] important than the other teams'". "He's very important for us, his confidence is very important for us".


Wenger 'deeply believes' Sanchez will stay

Wenger 'deeply believes' Sanchez will stay

Arsene Wenger praised the form of Alexis Sanchez and admits he is sometimes a slow starter in games. "I have had no approach from Marseille, and we want to keep Olivier Giroud at the club". Following the Leicester encounter, Arsenal travel on Sunday to their north London rivals, second-placed Tottenham Hotspur. "It is still possible, but we need a near ideal run-in".