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- Unai Emery would take Europa League glory over a top-four finish as his preferred way of leading Arsenal back to the Champions League. The Spaniard won three successive Europa League titles while in charge of Sevilla and said he would prioritise lifting that trophy once more. Asked how he would prefer to qualify for the Champions League, Emery replied: ‘One choice? For me, the Europa League is ...

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- Chelsea make the short hop across London to face West Ham United at the London Stadium in the first installment of this season’s Thursday-Sunday post-Europa League routine. The game will be the 50th league meeting between the two clubs in east London. With Chelsea holding a 100% win record so far this season, Blues fans […] Chelsea: History does not support Europa League schedule as an excuse ...

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- Did Glasgow Rangers almost get three points on Thursday against Villarreal? The last time the Scottish side played at El Madrigal in 2006, before last Thursday night, the result was a 1-1 draw, but unfortunately the Ibrox club only managed a 2-2 home result. This time Rangers managed to provide a good second half-45 minute performance to end up drawing 2-2 against an expensively put together Villa...

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news from Sunday, September 23, 2018

- 17th placed West Ham United will be facing Premier League heavyweights Chelsea at the London Stadium on Sunday. Although the former will have the home advantage, the Hammers face the challenge of going up against an in-form Chelsea side. Both the clubs were taken over by new managers before the start of the season, with Manuel Pellegrini being appointed as the West Ham coach and Maurizio Sarri b...

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- Chelsea’s Maurizio Sarri is hardly the first but is certainly the latest Premier League manager to ask for some assistance from the match schedulers in his side’s Europa League campaign. Poor Chelsea, who famously have a tiny squad and by no means stockpile an absolute crapload of players, are apparently struggling with the demands of playing more than once a week. Sarri rested Eden Hazard and...

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- After a slow start to life under Unai Emery, things are slowly starting to look up for Arsenal. The Gunners are now on a run of four straight victories and seem to have to put their poor start well and truly behind them. Plenty of players have now found their feet and are starting to play to the best of their abilities, meaning that Arsenal fans are filled with a sense of optimism which has been s...

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