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Stuart Mcdermott on The thin blue line

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Sam Tankard on After the disaster

"It's been the same old season for Arsenal, throwing away silly points at important moments in the season. Mers is right, out hopes of landing the title are over (again) and at the same ... " View all comments

Joe Rose on It's handy Carroll!

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Phone Jim's GoalLine
Phone Jim's GoalLine Features

Phone Jim's GoalLine

Jim White is waiting to reassure fans pining for the Premier League that Football. Is. Coming.

David Ospina: The bargain buys Features

David Ospina: The bargain buys

Why would Colombia's David Ospina be such value for money for Arsenal? Take a look at the statistics.

Transfers A-C: Who needs what? Features

Transfers A-C: Who needs what?

What do Arsenal, Aston Villa, Burnley, Chelsea & Crystal Palace need in this summer window?

How to win Fantasy Football Features

How to win Fantasy Football

Starting to get your team ready for the new season? We’ve enlisted an expert to help you pick your side.

World Cup transfer exchange Features

World Cup transfer exchange

We look at how the World Cup might have had an impact on players’ value in the transfer window.

Live on Sky Sports: club by club Features

Live on Sky Sports: club by club

Check out our gallery of when you can see each Premier League club live on Sky Sports this season.

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Arsenal live on Sky Sports

Find out which Arsenal games you can see live on Sky Sports in the first few months of the season.

Sky fixtures not to be missed Features

Sky fixtures not to be missed

A look at just some of the must-watch Premier League fixtures for the forthcoming season.

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Manchester United v Chelsea: If Jose Mourinho's team go to Old Trafford and win the Invincibles talk will be no joke

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