Read the most interesting soundbites from our new head coach - and see what some of his former players have said about him
Published 16 hours ago on Arsenal.com
Coventry City will wear a bespoke kit in the League Two play-off final - not to commemorate a showpiece occasion but because they have run out of their home strip.
Published last Monday at 12:51 pm on Telegraph
Amid the many challenges at Coventry City, the club's academy has been a shining light. Adam Bate went to visit academy manager Richard Stevens to find out how the club has managed to produce so many first-team players against a backdrop of uncertainty.
Published last Friday at 06:31 pm on SkySports
AN official FA Cup final announcement has been made ahead of Manchester United v Chelsea at Wembley.
Published last Thursday at 10:36 am on Daily Express
Amid the many challenges at Coventry City, the club’s academy has been a shining light. Adam Bate went to visit academy manager Richard Stevens to find out how the club has managed to produce so many first-team players against a backdrop of uncertainty.
Published last Thursday at 06:06 am on SkySports
Barrie Williams, who has died aged 80, managed Sutton United when in 1989 the non-league side performed one of the biggest giant-killing feats in the history of the FA Cup by knocking out the First Division’s Coventry City.
Published Tuesday at 08:06 pm on Telegraph
To the end there was dignity and, to use one of his favourite words, humanity to Arsene Wenger as he bowed out – quite literally – as Arsenal manager after 22 years, 1,235 games and, with this win, 707 victories.
Published Sunday at 07:16 pm on Telegraph
Mohamed Salah knelt down and blessed the turf by kissing it. Behind him, the eyes of the Kop were on one player, the one in a blood red shirt and the number eleven on his back. Salah had scored again, of course – his 44th of an astonishing season. Liverpool were in need of an opening goal and the Egyptian had delivered it.
Published Sunday at 05:51 pm on The Independent
And so it is, finally, “au revoir” Arsene.
Published Sunday at 05:06 pm on Telegraph
You were a brilliant manager and a good person.
Published Sunday at 05:01 pm on Telegraph