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Henry is currently training with the Gunners along with Robert Pires but Wenger insists that he will not be making a move to bring the striker back for a third spell with the club

Gary Lineker (left) is unimpressed by Greg Dyke's choices

Gary Lineker rejects Greg Dyke's FA panel as 'pointless... a missed chance'

Much-hyped commission attacked for uninspiring selections while Campbell criticises lack of ethnic minorities involved 

Gary Lineker

Gary Lineker labels the majority of the FA's commission members as 'utterly pointless' and says he expected better appointments from chairman Greg Dyke

Former England captain expressed his concerns via his official Twitter account to criticise those on the task force apart from Glenn Hoddle

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The 39-year-old has been pictured training alongside Mesut Ozil and Per Mertesacker at Arsenal's London Colney training base

Mesut Ozil trains with Per Mertesacker at London Colney

Mesut Ozil enjoys low-key welcome at Arsenal far removed from life with Real Madrid

Arsenal's record £42m signing trained with the team for the first time yesterday

<p><b>June 17, 1992: Sweden 2 England 1, European Championship finals group stage</b></p>
England were dumped out of Euro 92 by the host nation after surrendering a lead in their final group match. David Platt put Graham Taylor's men ahead but Sweden hit back through Jan Eriksson. Taylor controversially and bizarrely took Gary Lineker off and Tomas Brolin netted a famous winner.

Sweden v England: Memorable past meetings

England travel to Stockholm to face Sweden in a friendly tonight.

Ava Vidal: It is time for the Civil Rights Movement to hit the football pitch

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Threatened racism kept at bay during Euro 2012

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Uefa president Michel Platini warns 'Mr Balotelli' about leaving pitch over racism during Euro 2012

Players were warned today they would be yellow carded if they walked off the pitch after being racially abused at the European Championships.

The European Championship trophy

Media coverage of Euro 2012 racism 'unhelpful' says official England supporters club

The official England football supporters club today criticised media coverage of racism in Ukraine ahead of Euro 2012.

McCoist and Lennon charged with fresh hopes

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Martin Keown believes in Arsene Wenger

Martin Keown retains total faith in Arsene Wenger even though he accepts it may need "radical surgery" to turn Arsenal into title contenders one again.

Arsenal fans demand assurances from owners

Arsenal Supporters Trust have called for both Stan Kroenke and Alisher Usmanov to give firm indications of their vision for the future of the club as the battle for power at Emirates Stadium continues.

Joey Barton not offered new deal by Newcastle

Joey Barton's agent has revealed his client will not be offered a new contract by Newcastle when it expires next year.

Rooney to sue after police warn he may have been phone-hack victim

The Manchester United footballer Wayne Rooney is considering whether to join the list of celebrities suing the News of the World for alleged voicemail hacking after it was confirmed yesterday that his mobile phone numbers were obtained by the private detective Glenn Mulcaire.

Wayne Rooney may have been phone-hacking target

Police investigating the phone hacking scandal at the News of the World are studying whether Manchester United star Wayne Rooney was targeted by private investigator Glenn Mulcaire and journalists from the paper.

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