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Arsenal's Alex Iwobi disappointed to miss Olympics with Nigeria

Arsene Wenger hopes Arsenal can carry the momentum of beating Chelsea over the weekend to UCL play against Basel.
Urs Fischer says his Basel team cannot be intimidated by Arsenal's run of goal-scoring form.
Nani reflects on Arsene Wenger's contributions to Arsenal and how the coach established a style of football for so many years.
Arsenal legends and current players have had their say on Arsene Wenger, and they had nothing but praise for the Frenchman.
Former Arsenal vice president David Dein reflects on the first time he met Arsene Wenger in 1989.

Alex Iwobi wishes Arsenal would have let him play at the Olympics with Nigeria, but realises that going to Rio may also have hampered his progress with the Gunners.

Iwobi, 20, was blocked from joining the Nigeria squad for the Rio de Janeiro Games in August as it would have ruled him out of the start of the Premier League season, a decision that Iwobi accepted.

"I would like to have played in the Olympics -- doing that would have been a big thing for me," Iwobi told the London Evening Standard....

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LMA concerned by bung claims surrounding Premier League managers

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti details what led Sam Allardyce to leave his position as England manager.
Former England manager Sam Allardyce speaks for the first time since losing the job.

The League Managers Association (LMA) has expressed concern following a Daily Telegraph report suggesting eight managers who have worked in the Premier League may have taken "bungs."

The Telegraph reported on Wednesday that eight current and former Premier League managers had been accused of receiving illicit payments by agents. No names were disclosed, but the newspaper announced plans to reveal the identity of "an assistant manager at a leading club who was filmed accepting a £5,000 cash...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool flying but Daniel Sturridge uncertainty casts shadow at Anfield

ESPN FC's Brian McBride discusses Liverpool's start to the 2016-17 campaign.

There is a good vibe at Liverpool at the moment, not just with results but with the way they are being achieved.

Perhaps because of the club's history, fans and experts start to get a little ahead of themselves when things are going well. Even former boss Gerard Houllier spoke about them being good enough to win the title.

In August, fans wanted improvement but after just six league games the bar's already been raised. Football is about dreams, of course, and denying people theirs is wrong....

 By Mark Worrall

No quick fix for Antonio Conte as Chelsea plan to stop the rot

The ESPN FC crew discuss the transfer rumours at Chelsea.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich reportedly paying Antonio Conte a visit on Monday fuelled intense speculation about the nature of the meeting.

Coming on the back of successive Premier League defeats to Liverpool and Arsenal, games in which the woeful shortcomings of the Blues' porous defence were exposed yet again, it's no surprise Abramovich felt the need to speak directly with Conte and view the players in training.

Following Saturday's 3-0 defeat at the Emirates, stand-in captain Branislav...

Tottenham's Son Heung-Min revitalised after South Korea agony

Heung-Min Son shines again as Spurs triumphed 1-0 in their first ever trip to Moscow.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Shaka Hislop discuss the positive signs from Tottenham in their away win at CSKA Moscow.
Son Heung-Min continued his scintillating form as his brace led Spurs to a 2-1 win over Middlesbrough.
Son Heung-Min was pleased with his brace, but feels Spurs should do better with converting their chances.
Son Heung-Min continued his scintillating form as his brace led Spurs to a 2-1 win over Middlesbrough.

MOSCOW -- Son Heung-Min says his Olympic agony has made him "stronger" after his fifth goal in as many matches helped Tottenham to a crucial 1-0 Champions League win at CSKA Moscow on Tuesday.

Son's fine form comes after a difficult summer for club and country, as South Korea lost in the Olympic quarterfinals and he asked to leave Spurs to return to Germany.

A 1-0 defeat to Honduras in Rio de Janeiro ended Son's hopes of a medal, and the chance to be exempt from South Korea's mandatory two-year military...