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Martin Caparrotta

Martin Caparrotta is executive editor of The Sport Review
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Arsenal 3 West Ham 1: We were under absolute pressure, admits Wenger
Wenger: We were under absolute pressure
Arsenal 3 West Ham 1: Arsène Wenger admits that the Gunners were under "absolute pressure" to beat the Hammers
Arsenal transfers: Arsène Wenger coy on summer spending plans
Wenger coy on summer transfers
Arsenal transfers: Arsène Wenger gives little away when quizzed about his plans for the summer window
Chelsea WILL knock out Paris Saint-Germain, declares José Mourinho
Mourinho convinced Chelsea will progress
José Mourinho is convinced that Chelsea have what it takes to come from behind and knock PSG out of the Champions League
Mourinho delivers latest Chelsea injury update ahead of PSG clash
Mourinho unsure if Eto'o will be ready for PSG
Chelsea boss José Mourinho says he is unsure whether Samuel Eto'o will be ready to face Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday
Arsenal transfers: Wenger admits top-four finish is vital to plans
Wenger: Top-four finish vital for transfers
Arsène Wenger admits that securing Champions League qualification is vital for Arsenal's transfer plans
Arsenal have been hampered by injuries, says Arsène Wenger
Wenger: Arsenal have been hampered by injuries
Arsène Wenger believes that Arsenal's title challenge has been derailed by their mounting injury problems
Arsène Wenger runs the rule over Liverpool’s title chances
Wenger: Liverpool have advantage
Arsène Wenger says that Liverpool's lack of European football has given them an advantage in the title race
Wenger delivers latest Arsenal injury update ahead of Everton clash
Wenger: Ramsey return is a big boost
Arsène Wenger confirms that Aaron Ramsey and Nacho Monreal are back in Arsenal squad for trip to Everton
Arsène Wenger: Arsenal will continue fight for the title
Wenger: We've not given up title dream
Arsène Wenger insists that Arsenal will continue to fight for the title despite conceding they are now "outsiders"
Arsène Wenger responds to Paul Scholes’ criticism of Arsenal
Wenger hits back at Scholes
Arsène Wenger hits back at Paul Scholes' recent criticism of his Arsenal side ahead of Manchester City clash
José Mourinho bluntly rejects Roberto Mancini’s offer of dinner
Mourinho rejects Mancini's offer of dinner
José Mourinho bluntly turns down Roberto Mancini's offer of dinner should his Galatasaray side beat Chelsea on Tuesday
José Mourinho: Didier Drogba HAS to return to Chelsea one day
Mourinho: Drogba has to return to Chelsea
José Mourinho would love to bring Didier Drogba back to Chelsea in some capacity - but refuses to say when
Arsenal 0 Bayern Munich 2: Wenger refuses to criticise Özil penalty style
Wenger defends Özil over penalty technique
Arsenal 0 Bayern Munich 2: Arsène Wenger refuses to criticise Mesut Özil for his poor penalty following first-leg defeat
Arsenal should be heartened by progress ahead of Bayern showdown
Arsenal should be heartened by progress this season
The visit of Bayern Munich is the ideal opportunity to assess how far Arsenal have progressed over the last 12 months
Wenger: Silly and disrespectful Mourinho has embarrassed Chelsea
Wenger: Mourinho silly and disrespectful
Arsène Wenger says José Mourinho has embarrassed Chelsea with "silly and disrespectful" remarks about the Arsenal boss
Brendan Rodgers warns Arsenal: You’re facing the league’s best strikers
Rodgers: Suárez & Sturridge are best strikers
Brendan Rodgers tells Arsenal that Liverpool duo Luis Suárez and Daniel Sturridge are the Premier League's best
Premier League title is Chelsea’s to lose, admits Arsène Wenger
The title is Chelsea's to lose, claims Wenger
Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger claims that this season's Premier League title is now Chelsea's to lose
Arsène Wenger: Arsenal’s thrashing at Liverpool was ‘an accident’
Wenger: Liverpool defeat 'an accident'
Arsène Wenger describes Arsenal's heavy defeat by Liverpool as "an accident" and calls for response in midweek
José Mourinho refuses to discuss possible Chelsea title win
Mourinho remains coy on Chelsea title bid
José Mourinho urges Chelsea to focus on securing a top-four finish before thinking about a possible title win