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11 February 2017
Chelsea fan Paul Wentworth stops laughing at the Hammers long enough to pick out their worst characteristics
11 February 2017
All the top-flight scores and stories
10 February 2017
It's the Blues' turn to come under the microscope, and West Ham fan Ollie Dearn wasn't impressed by what he saw
Arsene Wenger
10 February 2017
Arsenal’s boss has a strict schedule for underachievement, Back of the Net reports.
10 February 2017
From boy to man, the Portuguese’s Old Trafford transformation was nothing short of extraordinary. Former United skipper Rio Ferdinand explains the ascent of a footballing android  
Thierry Henry
10 February 2017
He arrived an unpolished young wideman and left eight years later as one of the most deadly strikers in Premier League history. No player has been moulded by Arsene Wenger quite like the one who became Arsenal’s all-time record goalscorer – achieved by an insatiable appetite to ensure everyone else sustained his own high standards, says Gilberto Silva
10 February 2017
The King was crowned over five majestic seasons at Old Trafford, having brought with him a unique brand of Gallic bombast that dovetailed with the class to complement it. Nobody was quite like Eric – as Lee Sharpe explains
Dennis Bergkamp
10 February 2017
Swiftly labelled “a waste of money” after failing to score in his first six games for Arsenal, the Dutchman soon made gutter-worthy red tops change their tunes. For 11 years he glided around north London as if from another planet, consistently dropping jaws – including those of his team-mates. Nigel Winterburn offers the insider's perspective
10 February 2017
After a slow start the Ivorian powerhouse thrived in England, where his bullish style married technical ability that twice helped him win the Golden Boot. But the striker was about more than just goals – he grew into a hugely respected dressing room leader who came to embody a ruthless Blues side. Former winger Damien Duff recalls his early days
Tottenham Hotspur
10 February 2017
Many Premier League teams have fallen away the season after a failed title bid, which Alex Hess believes makes Spurs' current campaign all the more impressive

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