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Thierry Henry reacts at the final whistle having scored the winner against Leeds United

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There is no more terrible beauty in sport than when one of its great stars reaches into the past to find again that singular quality that first dazzled the world.

Thierry Henry reacts at the final whistle having scored the winner against Leeds United

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Win a bottle of champagne

Bobby Zamora punches the air afters coring a last-gasp winner against Arsenal at Craven Cottage last night

Zamora's late show ensures dramatic riposte for Fulham

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Andy Carroll has had to adapt his robust style to fit in with the 'Liverpool way'

Ian Holloway: Why I was wrong to hang on to Adam... and other January horror stories

Hopefully the new clubs will learn from us, and learn how easy it is to stall

Dimitar Berbatov is too sublime a player to be limited to cameos for United

Chris McGrath: Berbatov: the beautiful and the damned

The Last Word

Wenger puts Van Persie rest ahead of record quest

Arsène Wenger, the Arsenal manager, says he is quite prepared to deny Robin van Persie a shot at breaking the Premier League calendar year goals record for the sake of the team.

Arsène Wenger admits 'football will play a part' tomorrow

Wenger to mull defensive woes over Christmas

Spare a thought for Arsène Wenger tomorrow.

Patrice Evra - here alongside the Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson - has faced racist abuse during his career

Evra was abused for being black. He's a victim not a villain

The Manchester United man is no saint but don't forget that he has endured racism and hatred for most of his career

Stunning Van Persie volley sinks Everton

Robin van Persie smashed a stunning volley as good as any in Arsenal's 125-year history to give the Gunners a 1-0 win over Everton at the Emirates Stadium.

Statue of Arsenal Legend Tony Adams is unveiled at Emirates Stadium

Wenger wants fitting tribute from Arsenal players

Arsene Wenger has called on his Arsenal team not to let the club's 125th anniversary celebrations detract them from delivering a match-winning performance against Everton tomorrow.

Thierry Henry is currently training with Arsenal

Arsene Wenger denies Arsenal will make loan bid for Thierry Henry

Manager Arsene Wenger maintains he has given no thought to trying to bring Thierry Henry back on a short-term loan deal in January, but admits it is "an honour and a pleasure" to have the former captain back at the club.

Shay Given will not take Estonia lightly

Ireland must not underestimate Estonia warns Shay Given

Shay Given has warned his Republic of Ireland team-mates their play-off experience will count for nothing if they underestimate Estonia.

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