Thursday | Vital Football
Well this is it! I assume there will be a few shouts of Howay the Lads from White Hart Lane on Sunday if a goal goes in from the Toons.
Thursday | Business News
QPR goalkeeper Julio Cesar has remained coy over his future in the face of Arsenal transfer talk .
Thursday May 16 | Mirror.co.uk
After his contract wrangle earlier in the campaign, Arsenal's Theo Walcott has kicked on to become one of Arsenal's most important players, writes John Cross In particular, the North London clubs have been going toe-to-toe. Tottenham have been laying down the gauntlet - and it's been up to Arsenal to respond.
Wigan are playing for their Premier League lives at the Emirates with only a win enough to keep their fading survival hopes alive.
Barcelona have admitted that they will consider selling Victor Valdes at the end of the season after declaring that they will find a solution if he still insists upon a change in the summer.
From relegation to financial woe, from injury to mismanagement, every club knows what it means to feel rock bottom and to encounter the loneliness of despair.
Every summer the rumour mill goes into overdrive about which players are set for transfers to the Premier League.
PERHAPS those rumours linking Arsenal with a move for Wayne Rooney weren't true after all... because it seems the Gunners have agreed a deal for a rather more plausible target, Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain , who has reportedly been on Arsene Wenger's radar for some time.
The Pole is fit again but is his cracked rib one injury to many for Arsenal to offer him a new contract? How do you hold a moonbeam in your hand? How do you catch a cloud and pin it down? Questions asked about 'Maria' in the Sound of Music but the poetic lyricism of Hammersteim and Rodgers could also apply to Premier League goalkeepers.
Arsenal stars including Theo Walcott, Jack Wilshere and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had a ball on Wednesday night - and helped to raise more than 300,000 in the process.
BOAS yesterday blasted Arsenal's Wojciech Szczesny, calling the Polish keeper a poser who had no right to criticise Tottenham.
Emirates Stadium played host to The Arsenal Foundation Ball on Wednesday night, with the Club's annual charity fundraiser raising more than 300,000 to help transform the lives of even more young people in the UK and overseas.
Lukasz Fabianski is looking forward to renewing his friendly rivalry with fellow Pole Wojciech Szczesny as he looks to prove to Arsene Wenger that he deserves to be Arsenal's number one goalkeeper.
WOJCIECH SZCZESNY last night taunted Tottenham by claiming they do not have the quality to finish in the top four.