Former Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein believes Arsene Wenger will have ‘no shortage of offers’ should he wish to continue his managerial career. Dein brought him to the club in 1996.
New York City boss Vieira – who won three Premier League titles and three FA Cups under Wenger between 1996 and 2005 – is among the names of candidates to replace the 68-year-old.
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• Defender says there is ‘no need to panic’ after draw at West Brom• Reds conceded two late set-piece goals against bottom club Virgil van Dijk has admitted Liverpool let their standards slip against West Bromwich Albion but is adamant Roma will prove a welcome and contrasting proposition at Anfield on Tuesday evening. His manager, […]
Harry Kane is out of sorts, Joe Hart soars before being floored, and Stoke must choose between youth and experience up front While Southampton will take something from getting this far in the world’s most celebrated domestic cup competition there are other, more pressing priorities, such as making a late dash for safety in the […]