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Arsenal's perfect anniversary gift for Arsene Wenger: A rout of Chelsea

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Arsenal completely controlled proceedings against a somewhat lacklustre Chelsea side.
Arsene Wenger believes Theo Walcott is a completely different player now that he's found his form in the Premier League.

If it wasn't quite perfection for Arsene Wenger, it was only because Chelsea were missing three of the key misery-causing antagonists from the past five years of this spiky London derby. It had been nine life-sapping games since Arsenal had defeated the Blues in league play and as satisfying as Saturday's 3-0 beat down at the Emirates must have been for my favorite Frenchman, it would have been that much sweeter had it included that unholy trio of bogeymen: Jose Mourinho, John Terry and Mike Dean.

But...

Liverpool's fans dare to dream again as Jurgen Klopp's side notch another win

Take a look back at some of Jurgen Klopp's best celebrations and voracious hugs throughout his time so far at Liverpool.

The Hindu "hugging saint," Amma, is purported to have bestowed her karmic embrace on some 33 million people since she turned 14. Jurgen Klopp has a ways to go before equaling that number, but, if Friday was any indication, he might catch her by the end of the season.

One by one, Klopp hugged his Liverpool players after they had squeezed the life out of Chelsea, winning 2-1 at Stamford Bridge. The manly clinches might have varied in duration and ferocity -- Adam Lallana, for instance, was fortunate...

Manchester derby lessons: Guardiola wins, Mourinho whines, Bravo wobbles

Anthony Richardson recaps an epic weekend in the Premier League, where the Manchester derby takes the spotlight.

The first hint that Saturday's Manchester Derby wasn't going to unfold according to the media-driven, Machiavellian script arrived just before kickoff.

Instead of a menacing Obama-Putin stare-down, Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola came together in a sideline embrace that was positively warm and cuddly. Whether it was a gesture of sincere bonhomie or simply a smooth bit of playacting for the cameras doesn't really matter. The point is, the bro hug upset everyone's expectations and so did the wonderfully...

Your guide to the Manchester derby: What's hype and what's the reality?

If you've just emerged from the Lost City of the Monkey Gods in the Honduran rainforest, you'd be forgiven for thinking that this Saturday's Premier League game in Manchester, England, is to be contested without any players.

After all, the media have been so mesmerized by the much-anticipated showdown between the two biggest managerial behemoths the world has ever known that you half-expect Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola to come out of the tunnel and step into the Old Trafford Octagon wearing...

Was Arsenal's transfer window spree smart money or just a cheap fix?

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer brings us the latest from the social media world, including Lucas Perez's apparent London connection.

Spare a gentle thought for Arsene Wenger. He's damned if he does and really damned if he doesn't. Of course, I speak of his activity -- or lack thereof -- in the transfer window, a debate that appears to have subsumed the actual playing of games as the defining act in Arsenal's season. (NEWSFLASH: The Gunners finally won their first match of the season on Saturday, in case you missed it).

Now it appears that that the team is willing to let Jack Wilshere, not so long ago the future of English...

Can Antonio Conte tame Diego Costa before the striker's luck runs out?

When you are as street as I am, you tend to stay way ahead of the curve, which is why I was already aware of the new word that the Urban Dictionary recently introduced.

Wenger (noun) -- a person unwilling to spend money.

While "Wenger" has officially moved to cliché status, I remain cutting edge and propose a new evocative football expression for the UD to consider :

Diego (noun) -- a talented tool who you only like when he's on your team. (synonym -- see Bellamy, Craig)

I realize that there...