Mesut Ozil

Mesut Ozil injury: Arsene Wenger reveals Ozil heard a 'crack' in his knee against Chelsea, but kept him on for the full 90 minutes

Ozil looks set to be ruled out for up to three months after suffering a knee injury in the 2-0 defeat to the Blues

Price of Football study: Ticket prices will only fall if fans choose to stay away

COMMENT: Prices will only fall when demand drops

Everton fight back over BBC’s ‘flawed and misleading’ Price of Football survey

Toffees chief said characterisation of clubs was unfair

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

Arsenal AGM: what questions will Arsene Wenger be asked?

Lack of defensive signings, the most expensive seats in the British game, Kroenke’s £3m pay-out – there is plenty to ask

Sky Sports co-commentator Gary Neville

Gary Neville: We'll know more about Louis van Gaal's Manchester United after they play Chelsea and Manchester City

Former United defender says team has a testing few weeks ahead

Nacho Monreal could move across to centre-back

Arsenal injury crisis: Left-back Nacho Monreal set to fill in at centre-back for Hull fixture

Koscielny is a doubt because of an Achilles problem

Premier League preview: Seven questions as the top flight returns after the international break

We look at the key question with the Premier League back this weekend

Price of Football study: Ticket prices rise at almost three times the rate of inflation in a year

Also shows prices have gone up at twice the rate of cost of living in three years

Arsene Wenger pictured during the 2-0 defeat to Borussia Dortmund

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis already planning for life after Arsene Wenger and admits it will be 'one of his biggest tests'

Wenger celebrated 18 years since becoming Arsenal manager earlier this month and could end his Gunners reign when his contract expires in 2017

Luis Suarez

Luis Suarez: Former Liverpool striker claims 'I don't think Reds would have done as well' had they not had Suarez driving title charge

Suarez believes he was the driving force behind Liverpool's near-miss with the Premier League title last season

Sir Alex Ferguson: I miss Manchester United but I never looked back at what I achieved

Scottish great reveals the secret to his United success

Mesut Ozil

Mesut Ozil injury: Jack Wilshere admits Arsenal squad are 'devastated' at news of Ozil's knee injury

Wilshere admits Ozil's absence will come as a blow but does suggest it will hand more opportunities to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and a fit-again Theo Walcott

Sir Alex Ferguson’s presence at most United games has cast a shadow over David Moyes

Sir Alex Ferguson: 'I got annoyed when Manchester United lost to Liverpool last year'

Manchester United great 'didn't enjoy' losing to Liverpool and City

Sir Alex Ferguson has backed Louis van Gaal

Sir Alex Ferguson: I have 'no doubt' Louis van Gaal will be a success at Manchester United

United great said Van Gaal was right to rebuild his own team

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Ched Evans could have used his experiences to educate young men in matters of sexual content
IAN HERBERT: It’s treacherous when we decide which criminals are entitled to start again
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Terry Venables
EXCLUSIVE COLUMNTerry Venables: In 1982, one of the greatest coaches I ever worked with – Dave Sexton – and I helped England win the Under-21 Championships, yet no-one ever talks about it
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Marcelo Bielsa
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The RSC’s The Christmas Truce
Around 55 are expected to attend a series of acting workshops before teaching thespians to play football. But why?
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Jurgen Klopp
The German side lost yet again on Saturday
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Fighting back: Thompson was given the all-clear from cancer in June
EXCLUSIVE Supporters and players have raised more than £20,000 under the banner Grow4Joe to help research in leukaemia and lymphoma
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Pitch invader: Neil Lennon turned Bolton around but was sent to the stand
MATCH REPORTBirmingham 0 Bolton 1: Former Celtic manager picks up his first win in the Championship
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INTERVIEWDutch club have great seniors five-a-side team as ex-United keeper joins Bergkamp, Overmars, De Boer and Jonk working at the club. He wants to give something back to the place where it all began, he tells Ian Herbert in Amsterdam
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Saido Berahino celebrates scoring England Under-21’s late winner from the penalty spot
EXCLUSIVE COLUMNWatching the England Under-21s beat their Croatian counterparts in both legs of their European Championship finals play-off, it was clear that technically and tactically, the English boys were superior
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Cavani shown red card for celebration in PSG’s ill-tempered 3-1 victory over nine-man Lens

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Boris's boozing won't win the puritan vote

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Radamel Falcao: How faith and love drive the Colombian to glory

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Terry Venables column

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