Best bet: A yellow card to be shown during Arsenal vs Tottenham at 25/1Arsene Wenger has no intention of following in the footsteps of Tottenham counterpart Mauricio Pochettino by writing a book during his managerial career. The Arsenal boss also said he has enough experience as a manager that means he does not need to take any advice from Pochettino's volume. Pochettino has been answering questions about certain revelations from his book since its release.
Tyers here. welcome to our live blog of Manchester United versus Newcastle United. Rafa Benitez's men have been doing reasonably well but there is some cause for concern with their recent form: they have lost three and drawn two of their last six matches. The black and white colours were lowered by such middling opponents as Brighton, Burnley and Bournemouth, three matches that Rafa would surely have targeted as winnable. They travel to Old Trafford more in hope than in expectation.
I grew up three miles from Wembley Stadium, in Metro-Land, Zone 5. Forget London’s beating heart; this is London’s itchy epidermis. One of my first jobs was selling hotdogs at (the old) Wembley. My advice to you: do not eat a hotdog at Wembley, unless things have improved significantly in the hygiene stakes in the last 20-odd years. Despite this proximity to the stadium, or perhaps because of the proximity to the hotdogs, I had never been to watch the England team play there.
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Selecting a term
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