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Mikel Arteta admits Arsenal need stronger squad but praises ‘remarkable’ effort of undercooked players

Mikel Arteta admits Arsenal need stronger squad but praises ‘remarkable’ effort of undercooked players

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© IKIMAGES/AFP via Getty Images mikelarteta.jpgMikel Arteta believes Arsenal’s Carabao Cup defeat to Liverpool shows how they still have a way to go to compete with the Premier League’s top sides. The Gunners were beaten 2-0 by Liverpool in the second leg of their semi-final, with Diogo Jota scoring in either half. Arsenal were well beaten by Liverpool and they struggled to create much on a night where Thomas Partey was also sent off. Video Player is loading. Pause Current Time 0:00 / Duration 0:35 Loaded: 33.76% Unmute 0 LQ Caption Full screen Arteta: Arsenal players had to be ready for war Click to expand And asked if it showed how Arsenal still have progress to make before they c...
Fernandes inspires Man Utd’s return to winning ways

Fernandes inspires Man Utd’s return to winning ways

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Story by EPL and Photos by Getty Images Bruno Fernandes created two goals as Manchester United won 3-1 at Brentford, earning their first victory in three matches. Brentford were the more dangerous team in the first half and David De Gea was forced to make two excellent saves to deny Mathias Jensen. But Man Utd improved after the break. Cristiano Ronaldo almost made the breakthrough, but his looping header from Fernandes' cross came back off the crossbar. United took the lead on 55 minutes when Fred picked out Anthony Elanga, who headed in from close range. Mason Greenwood added a second for the visitors in the 62nd minute, with Fernandes running through on goal before unselfishly gifting his team-mate an open goal. Fernandes then played in substitu...
Everton coach, Rafael Benitez, sacked

Everton coach, Rafael Benitez, sacked

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 Sacked Everton Manager RafaeBenitez English Premiership club, Everton FC, has sacked its manager, Rafael Benitez, on Sunday. Benitez, who joined Everton in June 2021 following the departure of Carlo Ancelloti, has left the club The club, in a statement on its website, said it is working on a permanent replacement, which will be made in due course. The statement read: ”Everton Football Club can confirm the departure of Rafael Benitez as First Team Manager. Benitez, who joined Everton in June 2021, has left the Club with immediate effect. An update on a permanent replacement will be made in due course.” Rooney, one of those eyeing the Everton job. Benitez, who was once a coach of Everton’s rival, Liverpool, was only in charge of the club for 19 premiership matches....
Karim Benzema pips Kylian Mbappe’s to France Player of the Year prize

Karim Benzema pips Kylian Mbappe’s to France Player of the Year prize

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Karim Benzema has ended Kylian Mbappe's mini-dominance of winning France Football's Player of the Year Award after the Real Madrid striker was given the prize for 2021. The 34-year-old had a spectacular year for both club and country which saw him net 38 goals for Los Blancos from January through to December, before earning a recall to the France squad where he shone in Euro 2020 and won the Nations League. But even though Mbappe became just the 20th player to score 50 or more goals in a calendar year since the turn of the century this year, it was Benzema who claimed one of the highest individual honours in France. © Provided by Daily Mail Karim Benzema (above) was named France Football's Player of the Year over Kylian Mbappe© Provided by Daily Mail Benzema (left) took the prize off Mb...