2016 Schedule

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2016 Schedule
23-6-9, 5th in English Premier League
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10mPeter O'Rourke

Arsenal to send Bielik on new loan - sources

The defender has failed to break into Arsene Wenger's first team and should be in line for more playing time with the Championship side.

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1hMattias Karen

Mertesacker: Wenger future is no excuse

Per Mertesacker says Arsenal cannot use the uncertainty surrounding Arsene Wenger's future as an excuse for their Premier League failure.

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How Will They Line Up: FA Cup final special (2:03)
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Wenger unlikely to match Sir Alex's record (1:09)
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Wenger: Thoughts with Manchester (1:09)
Keith Moore
6hKeith Moore

Frimpong: Arsenal UCL flop can see change

Former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong has told ESPN FC: "Not qualifying for the Champions League is a big miss but I think Arsenal needed that."

Keith Moore
6hKeith Moore

Frimpong: 'I think I am misunderstood'

Former Arsenal and Ghana midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong tells ESPN FC he is just happy to be fit and playing again as he rebuilds his career in Sweden.

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16hJack Rathborn

Man City eye £100m pair Alexis, Walker

Man City will spend big to land Alexis Sanchez and Kyle Walker as key components to their title challenge. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest.

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1dESPN staff

Koscielny appeal rejected, will miss FA Cup

Laurent Koscielny will serve a three-match ban and miss Saturday's FA Cup final against Chelsea after the FA rejected an appeal of wrongful dismissal.

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1dAndrew Mangan

Arsenal can't be snobs over Europa League

Arsenal's collapse this season has led to entry into the Europa League, but they can't afford to be snobbish about that.

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1dDanny Lee, Footballwhispers

Transfer Rater: Bakayoko to Chelsea

Tiemoue Bakayoko to Chelsea and Henry Onyekuru are some of the top transfer rumours, courtesy of Football Whispers.

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1dMattias Karen

Arsenal lower 2017-18 season-ticket prices

Arsenal have lowered their season-ticket prices for next season after the team's failure to qualify for the Champions League.

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1dMattias Karen

Wenger's handling of contract saga to blame

Wenger said uncertainty over his future created an "absolutely horrendous" environment for the players -- that sums up how he handled the saga, too.

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Who has the more crucial final: Man United or Arsenal? (3:24)
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2dPeter O'Rourke

Arsenal open talks for Onyekuru - sources

Arsenal have opened talks with KAS Eupen for in-demand striker Henry Onyekuru, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.

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2dGabriele Marcotti

Usmanov vs. Kroenke to blame?

It would not be surprising if, with the possibility of a new owner taking over in the summer, it had a knock-on effect on Wenger.

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2dMattias Karen

Cech: Missing out on UCL 'not a problem'

Arsenal's Petr Cech says that missing out on the Champions League is "not a problem" and that the club can bounce back the way Chelsea have done.

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2dESPN staff

Kroenke: My Arsenal shares not for sale

Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kroenke says his company KSE UK's shares in the club "are not, and never have been, for sale."

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2dTom Adams

Arsene Wenger's worst season ever

Arsenal's ineptitude at the highest level was evidenced by their evisceration at the hands of Bayern Munich in the Champions League this season.

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2dIain Macintosh

Klopp ousts Arsenal, United; Chelsea shine

And just like that, the 2016-17 Premier League came to an end. It has been a campaign of highs and lows, as Iain Macintosh points out.

2016-17 Prem Ladder

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Chelsea383035+5293
Tottenham Hotspur382684+6086
Manchester City382396+4178
Liverpool3822106+3676
Arsenal382369+3375
Manchester United3818155+2569
Everton38171011+1861
Southampton38121016-746
AFC Bournemouth38121016-1246
West Bromwich Albion3812917-845
West Ham United3812917-1745
Leicester City3812818-1544
Stoke City38111116-1544
Crystal Palace3812521-1341
Swansea City3812521-2541
Burnley3811720-1640
Watford3811720-2840
Hull City389722-4334
Middlesbrough3851320-2628
Sunderland386626-4024

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference335th
Goals Scored775th
Assists544th
Goals Conceded44Tied-6th