Arsenal Forward Andrey Arshavin Ready to Quit Soccer At End Of Season: The Daily EPL
Andrey Arshavin is ready to quit soccer at the end of this season, aged 32. According to The Evening Standard, the footballer has become so disillusioned with the sport as well as the lack of viable alternatives away from Arsenal that he is considering hanging up his boots when his contract ends this summer.
The newspaper added that sources close to the Arsenal squad argue he was played out of position by Wenger too often, frequently starting on the left flank and asked to track back in a manner to which he was unaccustomed.
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Here are today’s Premier League news headlines:
- Arsenal forward Andrey Arshavin ready to quit football — The Evening Standard
- Roberto Mancini says Manchester City will win Premier League title next year — The Telegraph
- Spurs to use controversial blood spinning technique to speed Gareth Bale return — The Independent
- Tony Pulis given rest of season at Stoke to save club from relegation — The Telegraph
- Wigan owner Dave Whelan admits EPL survival is more important than FA Cup glory — The Independent
- EPL is not requesting clubs hold a minute’s silence for Margaret Thatcher — BBC Sport
- Phil Neville linked with punditry role – who else do they want at BT Vision? — The Mail
- Leighton Baines delivers season ticket to Everton fan who lost his wife — The Mail
- Video: From football hooligan to chaplain at Bristol Rovers — BBC Sport
- Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy is edging closer to a first-team return — Sky Sports
- West Ham scrap plans to increase season tickets prices for disabled fans by 107 per cent — The Mail
- Nile Ranger given 12-month community order for pulling girlfriend’s hair in row — The Independent
- Thatcher: Football snubbed lady who saved the game with no tribute before Manc derby — The Mail
- Sir Alex Ferguson angry over James Milner’s ‘offside’ goal for Manchester City — The Independent
- Mark Halsey still grounded following failure to send off Callum McManaman — The Mail
- Margaret Thatcher scored a political own goal with her attitude to football — The Telegraph
- Man United are likely to be without winger Ashley Young for Sunday’s trip to Stoke — Sky Sports
- Hotel recommendations for Chelsea-Man City in NYC — Chelsea In America
- Tom Huddlestone’s cameo vs. Everton & tactical template for Spurs of Future — Cartilage Free Captain
- James Milner insists Man City will fight to the end in title race after derby win — The Independent
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