Arsenal ace Dani Ceballos reveals Liverpool were ‘best team he has ever seen’ and admits Gunners cannot compete

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ARSENAL ace Dani Ceballos has hailed Liverpool as the “best team he has ever seen” after their dominant 3-1 win over the Gunners last month. The on-loan Real Madrid midfielder played 61 minutes at Anfield against Jurgen Klopp’s Reds and admitted that he was left bowled over by t...

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UK weather forecast – Brits set for 24C weekend before Hurricane Humberto brings end to ‘Indian summer’

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Ex-Chelsea star Hazard given rating of TWO by French newspaper as Real Madrid lose 3-0 at PSG and Di Maria gets a nine

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Warning as 100,000 people in US get cancer from chemicals in drinking water

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Emery delays naming his five captains until after Nottingham Forest clash in Carabao Cup… but Arsenal fans are not impressed

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ARSENAL boss Unai Emery has delayed naming his five captains until after the Carabao Cup clash against Nottingham Forest – but fans aren’t impressed. The Gunners chief has said all season he will have a captaincy “team” of five – but has time and time again pushed ba...