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16hJames Olley

Vieira out for 'weeks' as Arsenal injuries mount

Arsenal have suffered a fresh injury blow after it was confirmed Fábio Vieira will be out until the New Year following a groin operation.

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19hRob Dawson

Fernandes defends Utd captaincy amid criticism

Bruno Fernandes has admitted the way he captains Manchester United is "not always right" but has defended his leadership of Erik ten Hag's team amid criticism from former skipper Roy Keane.

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1dBen McAleer,

European Team of the Week: Torres, Onana, Rodrygo star

ESPN and WhoScored brings you the best players from around Europe's top five leagues from the last round of action. And Real Madrid's Rodrygo shone.

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2dJames Olley

Sources: Arsenal eye Luiz amid midfield reshuffle

Arsenal are eyeing up a reshuffle of their midfield in January with Aston Villa's Douglas Luiz a leading target and the future of Thomas Partey uncertain, sources have told ESPN.

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2dRob Dawson

Garnacho copied Ronaldo with stunner - Bruno

Manchester United captain Bruno Fernandes said Alejandro Garnacho has been watching "too many Cristiano Ronaldo videos" after the teenager's stunning overkick against Everton on Sunday.

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3dRob Dawson

Garnacho channels Rooney with stunning bicycle

Alejandro Garnacho can be one of the best players in the world, said Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag, after drawing Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo comparisons for his wonder goal in a 3-0 win over Everton on Sunday.

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