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 By Chris Wright

Arsene Wenger to quit Arsenal: Social media reaction

Journey back in time to soak in Arsene Wenger's finest moments at Arsenal during his nearly 22-year career with the club.
Jurgen Klopp said Arsene Wenger was and still is an influencer in football after Arsenal announced the Frenchman will step down at the end of the season.

Shock waves were sent reverberating through the footballing landscape on Friday morning when Arsene Wenger confirmed that, after 22 years, he will be stepping down as Arsenal manager at the end of the season.

The reaction was immense, as people flocked to social media to express their thoughts and feelings on the sole remaining bastion of the Premier League's golden era vacating his post.

The Gunners themselves kicked things off by thanking their outbound boss while also reminding...

 By Chris Wright

Mohamed Salah congratulated by Didier Drogba after passing milestone

By scoring against Bournemouth last weekend, Mohamed Salah netted his 30th goal of the season and therefore passed yet another huge milestone in what has been a sensational campaign for the Liverpool forward.

Indeed, the goal saw Salah surpass the great Didier Drogba to become the highest scoring African player in a single Premier League season.

Thankfully, there were no hard feelings from the man nudged down into second place, with Drogba duly sending Salah a special message to celebrate his remarkable...

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LA Galaxy's Zlatan Ibrahimovic considering becoming an action star

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is considering a new career.

Lights. Cameras. Zlatan?

Oh yes, Toe Poke friends, what we've always dreamed could soon become big-screen reality. Everyone's favourite Swashbuckling Swede -- the one and only Zlatan Ibrahimovic -- has admitted he's considering a career as a film star.

And who can blame him?

His larger-than-life presence and penchant for delivering meme-worthy punchlines are a natural fit for Hollywood. Add to his resume his well-documented martial arts prowess, and well ... duh! The LA Galaxy man...

Liverpool's 1984 scouting report on Roma revealed by club boss

Liverpool CEO Peter Moore has been doing some digging ahead the club's upcoming Champions League semifinal against Roma.

The two clubs have history with each other in Europe and some Roma fans see this tie as an opportunity for revenge on Liverpool winning the 1984 European Cup against them at the Stadio Olimpico.

Moore unearthed Liverpool's scouting report of Roma, produced by Boot Room stalwart Tom Saunders, ahead of that final.

Liverpool won that game after a penalty shootout where goalkeeper...

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp gives motivational message to club's fans

Watch the video below and it's gives a slight indication as to why footballers are often so quick to buy in to Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp's methods.

The charismatic German is the voice over on a video published this week entitled "We Are Liverpool: This Means More," delivering a motivational message for fans.

"They have a stadium, we have a home. They have songs, we have an anthem. They have a manager, we have a guardian. They have supporters, we are a family. We are Liverpool," the manager...

 By PA Sport

Celtic, Rangers fans create 'Hampden Roar' almost as loud as jet engine

The "Hampden Roar" is as loud being right next to a roaring lion and almost as deafening as a jet engine taking off, according to a study at Sunday's Scottish Cup semifinal.

Sound experts recorded a peak noise of 115 decibels during Celtic's 4-0 victory over Rangers at Glasgow's Hampden Park.

The noise dwarfs levels recorded during a Press Association Sport study of Premier League grounds in 2014, which found Old Trafford topping the list at a peak of 84 decibels.

The results, recorded by Vanguardia...