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How Wenger has performed vs. Spurs

Arsene Wenger has been at Arsenal for 21 years. In that time, Tottenham have had 11 managers. So how has the Frenchman matched up with them all?

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4hLuke O'Farrell

Schneiderlin 8/10 in laborious Everton win

With so much of Sam Allardyce's tenure spent watching opponents dictate the tempo, Everton appeared unsure what to do in control against Newcastle.

EXCLUSIVE: Roma's Pallotta opens up about Salah sale (1:25)
WATCH: The world's first virtual mascot (0:27)
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10hPA Sport

Robot helps Everton fan serve as mascot

A 14-year-old Everton fan became part of Premier League history on Monday as a "remote" matchday mascot with the aid of a robot.

Burley: Wenger sounds bitter about stepping down (3:11)
Allardyce plays down disapproval of Everton fans (1:50)
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Walcott goal lifts Everton to eighth in table

Theo Walcott's second-half winner against Newcastle moved Everton up to eighth -- their highest position in the Premier League table since August.

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17hMattias Karen

Arsenal overhaul: which players stay or go?

Arsenal's squad could undergo a massive overhaul in the offseason once Arsene Wenger is replaced. Which players will have a future at the club?

Mendy: 'Amazing' to be back on the pitch - Via Man City (2:47)
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18hJonathan Smith

Rising star Sane a potential Ballon d'Or winner

Leroy Sane fully deserved his PFA Young Player of the Year award and under Pep Guardiola, he has the potential for even greater honours.

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19hMattias Karen

Arsenal's Elneny suffers ligament damage

Egypt international Elneny was taken off on a stretcher during Sunday's 4-1 over West Ham after landing awkwardly and rolling his ankle.

Premier League in 90 seconds: Man City caught up in the moment? (3:10)
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Wenger has a lot left to give - Mertesacker

Wenger will leave the Emirates Stadium at the end of the season after announcing on Friday that he will bring down the curtain on his 21-year reign.

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