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What Arsene Wenger did nextKnight Grand Commander, amateur player and international man of leisure

Arsene Wenger seemed to dread the thought of a post-Arsenal existence, but life after Premier League management might bearable after all.
Published 4 hours ago on Telegraph

‘You go games without winning and with the flip of a coin it happens’ - Nsiala sure Town can turn things around

Toto Nsiala is convinced Ipswich Town’s luck will soon change with the big defender hopeful an elusive first victory will spark their season into life.
Published 13 hours ago on Green Un

Trio plead not guilty following Telegraph's 'Football for Sale' investigation

Three men have pleaded not guilty to bribery offences, following The Daily Telegraph’s ‘Football for Sale’ investigation.
Published yesterday at 06:36 pm on Telegraph

‘I genuinely don’t believe they need a rocket’ – Hurst on approach he’ll take with players

Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst says his players can’t look for excuses in their search for a first win of the season.
Published yesterday at 03:01 pm on Green Un

Arsenal news: Gunners fans told THIS during weekend meeting with Ivan Gazidis and co.

ARSENAL fans met with three senior club officials over the weekend with the departing Ivan Gazidis calling for unity ahead of his departure.
Published yesterday at 09:21 am on Daily Express

Nsiala: It's Just Not Going Our Way But It's Going to Turn Around

Central defender Toto Nsiala says Town’s first win of the season will come soon if everyone keeps working hard and sticks together.
Published yesterday at 06:01 am on TWTD.co.uk

Arsenal made to work for win as wasteful Everton leave Emirates empty-handed

Arsenal’s new executive team met supporters before this game and personally pledged to bring “pride back to the fan-base” - and, while the sight again of so many empty seats underlined the challenge, a fifth straight win does suggest tentative steps in the right direction.
Published last Sunday at 06:16 pm on Telegraph

L2: Leaders Lincoln win late

Jason Shackell scored deep into stoppage time as leaders Lincoln handed MK Dons their first defeat of the League Two campaign.
Published last Saturday at 07:11 pm on SkySports

Ipswich Town 0-0 Bolton Wanderers - Match Report

Town recorded their fifth successive home draw at the start of the season as Bolton Wanderers left Portman Road following a hard-fought 0-0 stalemate, despite having been a man down for 47 minutes. The Trotters lost Marc Wilson to a red card on 34 after he hauled down Kayden Jackson but the Blues only created one serious chance - a Luke Chambers header brilliantly saved by Ben Alnwick - before they themselves were reduced to 10 men when Jon Walters suffered an injury with all three substitutions already having been made.
Published last Saturday at 05:31 pm on TWTD.co.uk

Ipswich Town 0-0 Bolton Wanderers - Half-Time

Town’s game against Bolton remains 0-0 at the break but with the visitors having been reduced to 10 men following Marc Wilson’s red card.
Published last Saturday at 04:06 pm on TWTD.co.uk


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Sep 22Carlisle United0 - 1H
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