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Wenger's vice is vanity, the belief that one day he will win entirely on his terms

Turner backs in-form Bent to punish Spurs

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Jens Lehmann will retire from football at the end of the season.

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The rule on professional fouls is there to protect players like Arsenal's quicksilver forwards

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