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Arsene Wenger reveals why he loved ‘special’ Highbury but also why he ‘pushed’ Arsenal to leave their beloved home for the Emirates Stadium

Arsene Wenger reveals why he loved ‘special’ Highbury but also why he ‘pushed’ Arsenal to leave their beloved home for the Emirates Stadium

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Arsene Wenger has told talkSPORT he loved Highbury so much he would take a detour on his drive home just to see the ‘special stadium’. But he has also explained why he ‘pushed’ Arsenal to leave their beloved home for the Emirates Stadium in 2006. The legendary former Gunners boss joined talkSPORT host Jim White and Gunners legend Martin Keown on Friday for a very special interview, on the anniversary of Arsenal’s final game at Highbury 14 years ago. getty Arsene Wenger steered Arsenal to three Premier League titles during their Highbury days, but silverware dried up following their exit to the Emirates Stadium The Arsenal Stadium, as it was officially known, was home to the north London club for 93 years, from 1913 until 2006, when it was partly demo
Andy Robertson’s isolation to-do list, Frank Lampard’s joke about Roy Keane, Marcos Rojo’s kindness and more things we’ve loved

Andy Robertson’s isolation to-do list, Frank Lampard’s joke about Roy Keane, Marcos Rojo’s kindness and more things we’ve loved

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Another week goes by without sport, but there have still been some entertaining moments. From a five-year-old Leeds fan bidding for Brighton defender Ben White to Andy Robertson’s hilarious isolation diary, talkSPORT.com has listed the best bits below. Nick Kyrgios relates to an unbothered young tennis player Nick Kyrgios is very emotive during his matches Kyrgios hit the headlines at last summer’s Wimbledon tournament when he was seen at a pub the night before his second round clash with Rafa Nadal, which he went on to lose. The Australian star is known for losing his cool during his tennis matches, and once called an umpire ‘a tool’ before smashing two rackets last year. A recent video showed a young tennis player refusing to hit tennis balls – and it caught
Paul Pogba’s generosity, Wayne Rooney buying a Big Mac for Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United, Oleksandr Usyk’s juggling and more things we loved

Paul Pogba’s generosity, Wayne Rooney buying a Big Mac for Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United, Oleksandr Usyk’s juggling and more things we loved

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It was a hard weekend for football fans in England. On Friday, it was announced the Premier League and EFL would be postponed until April 3 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The disease has infected 162,000 people worldwide, which includes more than 6,000 deaths. So without any football, what happened in the world of sport over the weekend? talkSPORT.com picks out some of the highlights. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and his girlfriend having fun in isolation Liverpool midfielder Oxlade-Chamberlain and his girlfriend, Little Mix star Perrie Edwards, have been making the most of their time at home in self-isolation. Edwards uploaded a video of the pair dancing to Maggie Lindemann’s Pretty Girl song while making their way up some stairs. Everyone knew Edwards could dance due to her success with Lit
Carlos Tevez kissing Diego Maradona, Ian Wright’s grandson scoring vs Arsenal, England’s Six Nations win, Aaron Ramsey’s heroics for Juventus and more things we loved

Carlos Tevez kissing Diego Maradona, Ian Wright’s grandson scoring vs Arsenal, England’s Six Nations win, Aaron Ramsey’s heroics for Juventus and more things we loved

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There was plenty of action across the sporting world this weekend, with some cracking rugby and football games, a major UFC fight night, and plenty more besides. Manchester United did the double over Manchester City, Liverpool beat Bournemouth to close in on the Premier League title, while there was disappointment for Scott Quigg on his return to boxing. Here, talkSPORT.com picks out some of the highlights…. Carlos Tevez kissing Diego Maradona Tevez guided Boca Juniors to a 34th top-flight title in Argentina by scoring the game’s only goal against Maradona’s Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata. It saw Boca Juniors finish two points ahead of bitter rivals River Plate, who started the day in front of Tevez’s side. The Manchester United and Man City striker rejoined his boyhood club in 2018 after a f
Jose Mourinho teasing Heung-min Son, Jadon Sancho scoring again, Arsenal’s team goal and more things we loved

Jose Mourinho teasing Heung-min Son, Jadon Sancho scoring again, Arsenal’s team goal and more things we loved

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News of Man City’s two-season ban from European football dominated the world of sport over the weekend. The Citizens have been punished for committing breaches of the UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations. However, there was still plenty of memorable action to follow and talkSPORT.com picks the best bits below… Jose Mourinho teasing Heung-min Son Son was Tottenham’s hero as his 94th-minute goal secured a 3-2 win for his side against Aston Villa. The victory boosted Spurs’ Champions League hopes by moving them up to fifth in the table, just one point off Chelsea, who play Manchester United on Monday. Son, who also scored a rebound from his own missed penalty in the first-half, had other chances to win the game, but was denied by Pepe Reina on two occasions. While the South