9:42 PM EDT, Fri April 28, 2017
Daily Mail 1 hour ago

Arsenal fans project #WengerOut on side of the Emirates

Arsenal supporters attempted to put further pressure on manager Arsene Wenger on Friday night as they projected their message of 'Wenger Out' throughout London.
The Sun 2 hours ago

Angry Arsenal fans project Wenger Out protest sign onto the Emirates AND old Highbury ground

ANGRY Arsenal fans have projected a Wenger Out message onto the Emirates and their old ground Highbury. Gunners chief Arsene has faced a barrage of fan fury this season that shows no sign of abating despite reaching the FA Cup final. This stadium ok? pic.twitter.com/Mk3YUh7A17 — #WengerOut (@NoNewContract) April 28, 2017 @SkyFootball @BBCSport @itvfootball @btsportfootball @ESPNFC […]
The Independent 4 hours ago
Tottenham prepare to bring the curtain down on White Hart Lane with one of the most emotional afternoons in its history

Tottenham prepare to bring the curtain down on White Hart Lane with one of the most emotional afternoons in its history

Mauricio Pochettino has delivered a series of powerful atmospheres and performances at the Lane and will hope Tottenhams fine run continues against Arsenal on Sunday
The Sun 5 hours ago

Arsenal and Tottenham both need to win Sunday’s derby and have the same system – so wing-backs have key roles, says Danny Higginbotham

THE North London derby will be a fascinating clash between a title-chasing Spurs and an Arsenal side desperate for Champions League football. It is fair to say that a draw tomorrow is not good for either side. Only a win will suffice for both Mauricio Pochettino and Arsene Wenger. Keep up to date with ALL […]
The Sun 10 hours ago

Arsene Wenger should stay for THREE more seasons and Arsenal can win Premier League next year, insists Robert Pires

ARSENAL legend Robert Pires has run the risk of upsetting a section of Gunners, declaring he wants boss Arsene Wenger to stay on for another THREE years. Wenger has yet to announce if he will extend his stay in north London, with his contract set to expire in the summer. Pires, 43, spent six years […]