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Former players critical of Wenger as well as those fans who wanted him out would reply they have had to witness Groundhog Day nearly every season since their last Premier League title ('The Invincibles' unbeaten campaign in 2003/04) of failing to keep star names, replacing them often with poor purchases and not really threatening to win the championship at the business end of a season.
  • French Open roundup from day one's action

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    The 31st-seeded Vinci, most famous for ending Williams' hopes of a calendar year Grand Slam by beating her in the semifinals at Flushing Meadows in 2015, lost to Rio Olympics gold medalist Monica Puig 6-3, 3-6, 6-2. The 27-year-old had to undergo a four-hour operation to fix tendons and nerves in her left hand after sustaining knife wounds from an attacker at her home in Prostejov , Czech Republic, on December 20.
  • Mats Point: Wilander tells it straight on Day Four at Roland Garros

    Mats Point: Wilander tells it straight on Day Four at Roland Garros

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    Nadal vs Haase is the fourth match on the Philippe-Chatrier, with the first set to begin at 11am CET, 10am BST, 5am ET, 2.30pm IST. Last year, he withdrew from the tournament ahead of his third-round match because of a wrist injury. "I think I have reached the stage of my life where I just need to always find new ways of motivating myself, inspiring myself, and having Agassi on board and doing some changes is definitely bringing me that", Djokovic said.
  • Tiger Woods insists no alcohol involved in arrest

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    Two breathalyzer tests showed Woods' blood alcohol content to be zero, according to the report . " I understand the severity of what I did and I take full responsibility for my actions ", Woods said. "I asked Woods where he was going, to which he stated he did not know that he just likes to drive". "You have to ask, 'What was he doing at that hour, and why is he taking Vicodin?' I thought he said a few days ago that he never felt better." "I think that he's struggling and I wish him ...
  • This team suffered, but they responded, says Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger

    This team suffered, but they responded, says Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger

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    The Arsenal board meets on Tuesday in the United Kingdom and the fans are likely to know one way or another whether the most successful manager in the club's history will stay put, work alongside a technical director or in fact become technical director himself to work alongside a replacement manager.
  • Arsenal star trolls 'expert' media over wrong FA Cup final predictions

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    Wright believes Arsenal should have singled out Wenger's eventual successor some time ago and now fears what the knock-on effect could be if the Frenchman does go at this point, with regards summer planning and transfer activity. Wenger met Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kroenke and chief executive Ivan Gazidis on Monday to discuss his future before his contract expires next month.
  • Penguins turn to Matt Murray for Game 4 of Eastern Conference final

    Penguins turn to Matt Murray for Game 4 of Eastern Conference final

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    Penguins coach Mike Sullivan , 49, knew his team was doomed after their bad start. "Marc was a professional like he always is". "But certainly we're thrilled for those guys and for our team". "It's a fortunate bounce. I was just trying to put a puck back door and hope for some luck". Coach Guy Boucher has insisted on an extremely defensive style from the day he took over the Senators last May.
  • Arsenal set to rubber-stamp new Arsène Wenger contract

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    Wenger said Arsenal would only look to sign "top, top quality" players and said having a "very heavy squad" meant "we might lose some players". After scoring Chelsea's goal in their 2-1 FA Cup final defeat to Arsenal , Costa said: "I will only leave Chelsea for Atletico".
  • Man United capable of anything - Lingard eyes glory next season

    Man United capable of anything - Lingard eyes glory next season

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    The 31-year-old came off the bench in United's Europa League final victory over Ajax on Wednesday, while he started just 15 Premier League games this season - making another ten as a substitute. At this point, we know what you're thinking, United fans. For winning finals, you first have to play finals and learn from it. But in a bad season.
  • Nadal, Djokovic march on as Muguruza survives

    Nadal, Djokovic march on as Muguruza survives

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    Tsonga was keen to keep things in perspective, saying: "I'm not a novice". I figured he was going to take on a powerful name but I do not know what relationship they're going to have. It was all beginning to come together in 2016, with back-to-back Barcelona and Monte-Carlo titles-but then came that bolt from the blue at Roland Garros: withdrawal in the third round with more wrist problems.
  • Reigning French champ Muguruza into Round 2

    Reigning French champ Muguruza into Round 2

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    No. 11 seed Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark survived a second-set scare to beat Australian wild card Jaimee Fourlis 6-4, 3-6, 6-2 and reach the second round. "I see Venus here, and I say, 'Wow, this is a big example for everybody'". "I'm happy that I managed to be composed out there, because I wasn't sure how I was going to react again on the centre court, playing against an ex-champ".
  • Wenger signs 2-year contract to remain as Arsenal manager

    Wenger signs 2-year contract to remain as Arsenal manager

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    It's what we all want and I know it's what our fans around the world demand". And Winterburn, who won the Premier League in 1998 with Arsenal under Wenger , insists it is time for the Frenchman to end Arsenal's title drought. "It's what the fans, players, staff, manager and board expect and we won't rest until that is achieved", Kroenke said. Arsène is the best person to help us make that happen.