‘Power shift? What power shift?’ Arsenal put Tottenham fans firmly back in their box with a superb victory in Saturday’s north London derby. MATCH REPORT – Arsenal 2-0 Tottenham: Gunners claim north London bragging rights as Spurs struggle Spurs were hailed as the favourites going into the clash at the Emirates Stadium but Mauricio Pochettino’s men
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As the two prepare to go head to head for the first time this season, Wenger insists it is his side’s own failings in the league which he wants to put right this season – rather than worry about which north London club is considered the dominant force.
Mauricio Pochettino guided Tottenham to second
That’s according to David Bentley, who played for both clubs during his career. Since taking over three years ago, Mauricio Pochettino has established Spurs as genuine title contenders, taking it to the wire for the past two seasons. They’re currently third in the Premier League, eight points behind unbeaten Manchester City, and Bentley doesn’t think
“It’s [about] getting over the line and winning your first trophy for Pochettino”
“He’s got a fantastic team at Tottenham. But you’ve got to put silverware on the table. That’s what Wenger was talking about.” Smith is adamant that Wenger won’t leave leading goalscorer Alexandre Lacazette on the bench
Martin Keown believes Tottenham need to win silverware soon to back up talk of a potential power shift in north London. Spurs finished above their fierce rivals for the first time in 21 years last season and sit four points clear of their neighbours ahead of Saturday’s derby encounter – LIVE on talkSPORT. But with
It’s the first North London derby of the season this weekend as Arsenal host Tottenham Hotspur for a 12:30pm kick off on Saturday – and it’s live on talkSPORT. To get supporters warmed up for the game, we’ve turned back the clock to find out which players have been most prolific in the fixture over the years.
The 31-year-old withdrew from the France squad earlier in the week, after picking up a thigh injury in his country’s friendly victory over Wales last Friday.
Giroud is certain to miss out on Saturday’s derby clash, but their could be some better news for the Gunners, who will hand late fitness tests to Shkodran
Cazorla has not played for Arsenal since October 2016 and has undergone eight operations on a troublesome Achilles issue.
The 32-year-old revealed earlier in November that he was told the injury might have left him unable to walk before travelling to his native Spain for further surgery.
Wenger had initially planned to welcome
“When you talk about 20 years it’s amazing”
“He will always be a special manager. To keep motivation more than three years is difficult. “Five years, you must be very good, very good if you’re 10 years. “When you talk about 20 years it’s amazing. “Everyone who talks about