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The Gulf Between Arsenal, Tottenham Is Big, Getting Bigger

The Gulf Between Arsenal, Tottenham Is Big, Getting Bigger

A gleaming new stadium looming over north London. A distinct style based around homegrown players paid a fraction of what other comparable clubs are paying.

Essam El-Hadary, the 44-Year-Old Preparing For His World Cup Debut

Essam El-Hadary, the 44-Year-Old Preparing For His World Cup Debut

The busy intersection of 25th Avenue and Steinway Street was completely shut down due to the mass of people chanting, singing, cheering and screaming. Flags were waving high above the crowds as the police simply sat and watched. This wasn’t a riot, though; this was a party.

Kevin Nolan: ‘Young English Managers Have to Believe there’s Still Room for Us at the Top’

It is a sign of Notts County’s recent transformation that their self-assured manager cannot get into his own team.

A Premier League All-Star Xi: Young, Energetic, Upwardly Mobile

A Premier League All-Star Xi: Young, Energetic, Upwardly Mobile

When Andy Warhol was asked his opinion on photography he replied: “My idea of a good picture is one that’s in focus and of a famous person.” No doubt Warhol would have found a lot to like about Fifa’s The Best awards, which took place in London last month, and featured a swarm of very famous footbal

Premier League: Biggest Hits and Misses from the Summer Transfer Window

Premier League: Biggest Hits and Misses from the Summer Transfer Window

From a bargain triumph at Brighton to a costly success at Manchester City, and from a struggling £25m Leicester striker to an unseen defender at Southampton, we assess how last summer’s transfer business looks so far: Best summer signings Pascal Gross (Ingolstadt to Brighton, £2.6m) The mon

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