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Wenger to watch next Arsenal game from International Space Station

After suggestions that Arsene Wenger flouted his latest touchline ban by relaying phone messages to players via his assistant, UEFA have called for the Arsenal boss to watch his team’s second leg clash away to Italian club Udinese from the International Space Station.

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Posted: Aug 22nd, 2011
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Archbishop of Canterbury attacks Arsène Wenger for ‘lack of killer touch’

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has launched an outspoken attack on Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger, criticising the Frenchman for ’persistent overuse of foreign players’ and ‘lack of killer touch‘.

The Archbishop made the remarks in a guest editorial for Shoot magazine.

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Posted: Jun 12th, 2011
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Arsène Strauss-Huhne in custody on fresh charges

French financier Arsène Strauss-Huhne was held in custody in Holloway police station last night as new evidence emerged of taking advantage of a defenceless football club.

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Posted: May 17th, 2011
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Inmate says prison saved him from life as a professional footballer

Speaking from Wormwood Scrubs today, Dean Mullins revealed that if it wasn’t for an aptitude for armed robberies, he may have had to make do with life as a Premiership footballer.

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Posted: Jan 30th, 2011
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Hull City to use suicide strikers against big clubs

it's war!Phil Brown, manager of struggling Hull City, is considering using suicide strikers in the club’s forthcoming fixture at home to Arsenal. ‘We beat them last season,’ said Brown, ‘but to be honest we were lucky. They say they’re tired from too many matches, but they could field their reserve side and still beat us.’

‘We’ve got lads who would die for Hull City,’ said Brown. ‘So I propose to take advantage of that loyalty. The first time we get a free kick within striking range, we put one of the lads in their defensive wall, and ‘kaboom!’

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Posted: Mar 13th, 2010
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