European super league and Fifa's 'Project Trophy'

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger

GETTYArsenal are preparing for life after Arsene Wenger

Arsenal travel to Huddersfield Town on Sunday in what will be Arsene Wenger's last game of his 22-year-tenure.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on his protracted farewell: "I enjoyed some aspects of it, yes - and not all".

"A domestic league will certainly play Tuesday, Wednesday".

Outgoing Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been on the receiving end of a deluge of compliments of late but the French tactician has returned the favour by, somewhat surprisingly, speaking fondly of a country he has never visited-India.

Think you can do better than Lawro?

Hamilton hails 'rejuvenating' Spanish GP win
This was the second pole position of the season for Hamilton, a four-time world champion, following the Australian Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel finished fourth.

Wenger's long spell at Arsenal has seen big changes in the world of football and the veteran Frenchman has predicted the development of a European division in the near future.

They have won the FA Cup in three of the last four years, however.

Wenger has signed his past two Arsenal contracts amid supporter unrest over his continued leadership - but on both occasions the deal has not been agreed until the end of the campaign.

Next Arsenal manager odds: Who could replace Arsene Wenger?

The final game of the season against Huddersfield also saw him win at his 48th different Premier League ground, moving one clear of long-time rival Sir Alex Ferguson.

Nigeria unveils 30-man provisional list for FIFA World Cup
Other forwards that made the list include: Moses Simon, Victor Moses, Alex Iwobi, Odion Ighalo, Ahmed Musa and Kelechi Iheanacho.

On the match he would change: It's always the last one - not Leicester because there was nothing at stake - but Atletico Madrid.

The Gunners have lost seven consecutive top-flight away matches for the first time since January 1966. Yet these players have had more success against the Gunners than most.

The decisive goal came when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang slid in at the back post to convert a low cross from Aaron Ramsey in the 38th minute but the match itself was nearly an afterthought on a day when Wenger said goodbye to his club and English football.

His biggest achievement will forever remain seeing his Arsenal side, dubbed the "Invincibles" go unbeaten through the entire 2003/04 Premier League season - the only club to do so in the modern era - and extend that run to 49 games.

Probability of away win: 55%.

Sharif's statement about Mumbai attack was 'misreported': Pak PM
Meanwhile, two separate applications have also been filed with the police for registration of treason case against Nawaz Sharif. He added: Even if the statement (of Sharif) is taken as a big news by India, it is not a compelling evidence.

Latest News