Arsenal are ideal first game for new Watford boss Flores after Gracia paid price for teams showing Hornets more respect

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JAVI GRACIA paid the price for not adapting to teams now showing Watford more respect. After a flying start to last season, the owners bucked the trend at the club by giving Gracia a 4½-year contract. And while they did incredibly well to get to the FA Cup final, warning signs were there. They lo...

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Aubameyang’s winner for Arsenal should have been disallowed due to strict new Premier League rules

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PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG rescued ten-man Arsenal against Aston Villa but fans can also thank the officials for several glaring oversights. The Gunners had to come from behind twice against Dean Smith’s side after Ainsley Maitland-Niles had ...

Man Utd hold talks to add safe standing at Old Trafford and are getting advice from Spurs and Wolves

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MANCHESTER UNITED are holding talks over installing safe standing at Old Trafford. Persistent standing remains illegal at stadiums in the top two tiers of English football – but rail seating can now be introduced if certain strict safety req...

Gary Neville blasts Man Utd’s lack of options for Solskjaer after transfer shambles and says ‘he needs more experience in depleted squad’

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GARY NEVILLE claimed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs more experience in his “depleted squad” after Manchester United’s summer transfer shambles. United slipped to eighth in the league after a 2-0 away loss to West Ham on Sunday, but Solskjaer was witho...

How Arsenal could line-up for Carabao Cup clash vs Forest with Bellerin and Tierney fit and Willock, Saka and Martinelli set to start

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ARSENAL have a number of returning defenders to pick from for Tuesday’s game with Nottingham Forest, providng Unai Emery a timely boost. If fit, Rob Holding, Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney could all start for the Gunners in the Carabao C...