Wenger still wants Bolton ace Cahill

Wenger still wants Bolton ace Cahill

Published Sep. 6, 2011 1:00 a.m. ET

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Fabio Capello has warned he is ready to ditch his England heroes - to stop Wales dangerman Gareth Bale.

Thomas Vermaelen has delivered a devastating new injury blow to Arsenal by undergoing surgery on his Achilles. He could be out for two months.


Roy Keane is lining up a return to football as manager of Iceland.

Steven Gerrard returns to action this week, desperate to join the Anfield revolution.

Garry Cook is fighting to keep his job at Manchester City.

Andrey Arshavin fears the loss of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri will be catastrophic for Arsenal.

Asamoah Gyan's future at Sunderland is in doubt after he admitted being "flattered" at being pursued.

Stoke's Danny Collins is set to join Ipswich on loan.


Fabio Capello last night slammed Arsenal for not sorting out the injury which is set to keep Jack Wilshere out for another three months. The Italian has plans to change a winning formula - despite Friday's impressive 3-0 victory over Bulgaria.

Garry Cook's job is hanging by a thread after Manchester City launched a boardroom probe into allegations that he sent a shocking e-mail.

Arsenal will make a fresh bid for Gary Cahill in the January transfer window - despite their bust-up with Bolton over the defender.

Jonathan Woodgate has paid tribute to Tony Pulis for trusting him to put his injury nightmare behind him.

Royston Drenthe has been given Mikel Arteta's old shirt at Everton - and reckons he can live up to the billing.

Neil Warnock thought he was being stitched up by new QPR owner Tony Fernandes when he got the go-ahead to sign Shaun Wright-Phillips.

Steven Gerrard is delighted to have Craig Bellamy back at Liverpool.

Wolves want James McFadden after he was dumped by Birmingham.


Manchester City chief executive Garry Cook was fighting for his job last night.

Fabio Capello has questioned Arsenal's handling of England crock Jack Wilshere.

Porto have threatened to report Chelsea to UEFA and FIFA over their failed approach for full-back Alvaro Pereira.

Arsenal were hit by a fresh injury blow after Thomas Vermaelen underwent an Achilles operation in Sweden.

Roy Keane could return to management as boss of Iceland.

Mick McCarthy is ready to throw James McFadden a top-flight lifeline with Wolves.

Owen Coyle wants Gary Cahill to sign a new deal at Bolton.


Fabio Capello is preparing to change his winning team's style of play in a bid to stop Gareth Bale at Wembley tonight. And the Italian has queried Arsenal's decision to pack Jack Wilshere off on holiday this summer instead of treating his ankle injury.

Manchester City chief executive Garry Cook was hanging onto his job by his fingertips last night after claims he sent an insulting email to the cancer-stricken mother of defender Nedum Onuoha.

Mystery surrounded Roy Keane's possible appointment as coach of Iceland last night after he failed to show for a meeting with the Icelandic FA.

Steven Gerrard will be given the green light to start full training again this week.

Blackburn are keeping tabs on Bristol City striker Nicky Maynard with a view to a January move.


Fabio Capello has absolved himself of any blame over Jack Wilshere's ankle problem by questioning Arsenal's treatment of the problem.

Manchester City chief executive Garry Cook was fighting to hang on to his job last night.


Garry Cook was last night battling to save his £1.8million-a-year job as Manchester City chief executive.


Garry Cook's future at Manchester City was hanging in the balance last night after the club launched an investigation into claims that their chief executive mocked a cancer victim.


The Manchester City chief executive, Garry Cook, was struggling to hold on to his job last night as the club's Abu Dhabi owners sought answers about an e-mail sent from his account to the mother of defender Nedum Onuoha, mocking her fight against cancer.


Manchester City were last night holding top-level talks to consider Garry Cook's position after the offensive e-mail that has prompted senior figures in Abu Dhabi to demand an explanation from the chief executive.

Fabio Capello has said England are not to blame for the ankle injury that will sideline Jack Wilshere for at least another two months.


Neil Lennon says he's still shocked and confused by the court decision that cleared the man who attacked him on the touchline.

SFA president Campbell Ogilvie has written to UEFA chief Michel Platini to demand a ban for cheating Czech Jan Rezek.

Aberdeen boss Craig Brown is hoping to pick up a hitman from football's dole queue to help his troops shoot down Hibs on Saturday.