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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
5 Tottenham 13 5 5 44
6 Arsenal 11 6 6 39
7 Burnley 9 7 7 34
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Jens Lehmann: Refereeing decisions have contributed to Arsenal problems

With no offer yet from Arsenal for Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, ESPN FC's Raf Honigstein explains why a January move is a waiting game.
With Theo Walcott looking set to join Everton, the FC crew examine whether a change of scenery can help the out-of-favour Arsenal forward reach new heights.
Shaka Hislop and Ross Dyer sift through the latest transfer rumours from around world football, including Man City's chances of landing West Brom's Jonny Evans.

Arsenal assistant coach Jens Lehmann has said he believes bad penalty decisions are one of the reasons behind Arsenal's current poor run.

With more than half the Premier League campaign played, Arsenal are in danger of not reaching the Champions League places for a second consecutive season.

They trail fourth-placed Chelsea by eight points following Sunday's defeat at Bournemouth and winning the Europa League currently appears their likeliest path back to Europe's top flight.

Lehmann told Sport...

 By Ian Holyman

Arsenal's approach for Malcom dismissed by Bordeaux president

With rumours linking Henrikh Mkhitaryan to Arsenal, Craig Burley explains why he'd be better in Germany, Italy or Spain.
With rumours linking Henrikh Mkhitaryan to Arsenal, Craig Burley explains why he'd be better in Germany, Italy or Spain.

Bordeaux have warned that Arsenal "will have a problem" bringing Malcom to the Emirates Stadium this month and dismissed the transfer speculation as "hot air."

Arsenal have been strongly linked to Malcom, who played in Bordeaux's 2-0 loss to Caen on Tuesday, with a €50 million transfer fee for the 20-year-old reported in French media.

"We didn't extend his contract and give him security this summer to let him go this winter," Bordeaux president Stephane Martin told L'Equipe, referring to the...

Arsenal's Theo Walcott passes Everton medical ahead of move - source

With Theo Walcott looking set to join Everton, the FC crew examine whether a change of scenery can help the out-of-favour Arsenal forward reach new heights.
ESPN FC's Stevie Nicol has his say as to whether or not Theo Walcott's time with Arsenal has been a success, amid rumours of a potential move to Everton.
Arsene Wenger is non-committal on Theo Walcott's future as Sam Allardyce makes it clear that the forward is wanted by Everton.

Theo Walcott's move to Everton is close to being completed as the Arsenal winger has passed his medical, a source told ESPN FC.

Walcott is set to end his 12-year stint with the club in a £20 million deal that is expected to be announced shortly.

Arsenal's longest-serving player, Walcott has yet to start a Premier League game this season and hopes to revive his career under Sam Allardyce at Goodison Park.

Walcott has scored 108 goals since joining Arsenal from Southampton as a 16-year-old in...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Sponsorships enlarging financial gap below top clubs - UEFA study

The FC crew praise Bayern Munich's Bundesliga dominance, but cast doubt on their ability to win the Champions League, despite favourable odds.

The financial gap between Europe's biggest clubs and the rest of the continent is increasing because of the growing impact of sponsorships, a UEFA study has revealed.

The confederation's governing body released its massive "European Club Footballing Landscape" report on Tuesday, covering multiple financial analyses as well as teams' impacts including attendances and social media profiles.

The overall picture was one of financial health for top-division clubs, with a year-on-year revenue growth of...

 By PA Sport

Arsene Wenger called referee Mike Dean 'a disgrace' - FA report

With Arsene Wenger set to serve a three-match ban, the FC crew discuss a recent comment that could lead to a lengthier ban for the Arsenal boss.

Arsene Wenger barged into the officials' dressing room after Arsenal's 1-1 draw at West Brom and called referee Mike Dean "not honest" and "a disgrace," the Football Association has revealed.

The Arsenal manager was angered by Dean's decision to give West Brom a late penalty when the official adjudged Calum Chambers to have handled Kieran Gibbs' cross in the New Year's Eve clash.

A independent disciplinary hearing on Jan. 5 gave Wenger a three-game touchline ban and £40,000 fine for the incident,...