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(WARNING AUTOPLAY VIDEO BOO ESPN) Wenger avoids derby defeat but Coquelin almost wrecks plans - ESPN FC
Arsene Wenger had to alter his plans following Francis Coquelin's red card in the north London derby. Thore Haugstad takes a look at his tactics.

Arsène Wenger says Arsenal are still capable of winning Premier League title | Football | The Guardian
Arsène Wenger has not given up hope on Arsenal’s Premier League ambitions, citing his side’s two victories over the leaders, Leicester City, this season

Thierry Henry will replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager | Metro News
Hahahahahahahaha, no he won't.

Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action | Football | The Guardian
This says nice things about David Ospina, which I don't like, but otherwise a good roundup of the weekend.

Football transfer rumours: Romelu Lukaku to Bayern Munich or Chelsea? | Football | The Guardian
I love how tongue-in-cheek The Guardian is about the idiotic Patrick Vieira rumor - and, truth be told, I'm starting to pine after Lukaku for our squad. Probably not gonna happen, but a man can dream.

Former Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro wants public apology from José Mourinho | Football | The Guardian
*popcorn*

Bleachers Full of Women? The question of gender equality in MLS supporters' culture - Howler Magazine
Very much worth a look.

Please don't let this be the new U.S. Soccer home kit - Stars and Stripes FC
Wooooooooof.

Offside calls, bench behavior and dissent among points of emphasis for MLS referees in 2016 | MLSsoccer.com
MLS referees are bad. A good number of Premier League referees are bad, too. Nevertheless, I wish that the Premier League referees' association would be as transparent with its priorities as PRO is.

Watch: USWNT's Alex Morgan scores late game-winner vs. France | SI.com
United States women’s national team forward Alex Morgan scored in stoppage time to give her team a 1–0 win over France in the SheBelieves Cup on Sunday.

Barnsley fan takes pet hamster to League One game - ESPN FC

Keep Barnsley weird.