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    WEST HAM got the job done with victory over Rapid to seal top spot in qualifying and a place in the last 16 of the Europa League. Two goals late in the first half set the Hammers on course for the win which ensured they topped Group H and avoided a play-off tie against a Champions League team. 2Mark Noble's penalty put West Ham in complete control in ViennaCredit: Reuters 2Andriy Yarmolenko (right) had opened the scoring with a close-range headerCredit: EPA With Borussia Dortmund already dropping down and the likes of Barcelona and Atletico Madrid also in danger, safe passage is a major boost for the London club. And it ensures boss David Moyes has the luxury of resting all his big players in the final match next month with the club in the middle of a hectic run of fixtures through to the new year. It takes their run to four wins and one draw in Europea - not bad for a club enjoying their first experience in the group stages of the competition. Needing a win to...
    WEST HAM have pleaded with fans not to try and enter the stadium at next week’s clash with Rapid Vienna after accepting a Uefa ban on away support. The Hammers say they have “reluctantly” accepted the punishment banning travelling support at their Europa League match in Austria despite it leaving thousands out of pocket. 1Some West Ham fans gained entry to the Genk game without a ticketCredit: Getty Over 1,700 tickets were already sold to supporters who have forked out over £500 each on travel and accommodation to watch the game next Thursday. But this week Uefa decided to ban away support from following West Ham for one game as punishment for crowd trouble in the last match against Genk earlier this month. That decision left the Hammers fuming – and mystified as they were unaware of any serious incidents of trouble at the 2-2 draw in Belgium. But Uefa have provided evidence a small group of ticketless fans stormed the turnstiles for the match, leaving the London club with no choice but to accept the punishment. And now they...
    WEST HAM midfielder Declan Rice hit out at Uefa in a now-deleted tweet after the club's fans were banned from attending their away clash against Rapid Vienna. The Hammers were also slapped with a £29,000 fine by Europe's governing body due to 'crowd disturbances' in their Europa League trip to Genk earlier this month. 2Declan Rice fumed at Uefa after West Ham fans were banned from attending their away clash against Rapid ViennaCredit: Getty Uefa have banned the East London outfit from selling tickets for their clash in Austria on November 25. Commenting on Uefa's decision, Rice fumed that the punishment is harsh and unfair as he questioned why Vienna fans went unpunished for their actions at the London stadium. The visiting supporters stormed the home end after Rice broke the deadlock, resulting in both sets of fans throwing missiles and bottles or urine at each other. Though Vienna were slapped with a ban by Uefa, with their fans unable to attend the clash against Croatian outfit Dinamo Zagreb on November 4. In a now-deleted tweet, Rice, 22, posted: "Laughable...
    WEST HAM fans have been BANNED from attending the club's away trip to Rapid Vienna after 'crowd disturbances' against Genk. The Hammers have also been hit with a £25,000 by Uefa, who have banned them from selling away tickets for their next Europa League match. 1West Ham fans have been banned from attending the club's away trip to Rapid ViennaCredit: Daniel Chesterton/phcimages.com A Said Benrahma double looked to have put West Ham on the way to an away win in Belgium. But then a late Tomas Soucek own goal meant the points were shared. A flare was thrown onto the pitch after Benrahma second, which has cost West Ham £3,800. But the other £25,000 penalty is following 'crowd disturbances' in the match, Uefa announced. On West Ham's website, it says the away tickets for the trip to Rapid Vienna are sold out. But Uefa have now prohibited away fans from attending the European clash in Austria. One Hammers fan lost his FINGER in a gruesome accident in Genk. A video showed the...
    MANCHESTER UNITED have been fined a total of £7,400 for a pitch invasion and missile throwing during their Champions League comeback win over Villarreal. And West Ham have been hit with a £50,500 fine after crowd trouble at their Europa League clash with Rapid Vienna last month. 2Man Utd have been fined for the pitch invader against VillarrealCredit: Reuters 2West Ham have also been fined after fan clashes last month against Rapid ViennaCredit: PA The Hammers have been punished by Uefa after fans traded throwing missiles at each other – some containing bottles of urine – throughout the game at the London Stadium on September 30. Uefa have hit the Austrian club with a similar fine, and also ordered their away fans to be banned from attending one match in the competition. The trouble overshadowed the first home game the Hammers were playing in the Europa League, which they won 2-0. Rapid supporters attempted to storm the home section of the crowd as they completely lost control when Declan Rice fired the Hammers into a first-half lead at the London...
    POLICE arrested three fans after crowd trouble flared at West Ham's clash with Rapid Vienna - and more could follow. Two of the supporters were nicked for assaulting an emergency worker at the London Stadium, understood to be an officer. 1Fans clashed in troubling scenes at London StadiumCredit: Alamy Stewards and police were caught in several physical battles with the Rapid fans as they attempted to storm the West Ham section of the ground. It was during one of these when the assault is understood to have taken place, while another was arrested for carrying an offensive weapon. Now the Metropolitan Police will study the hours of video evidence they have from the night, when supporters from both teams hurled missiles - included bottles of urine - at each other. And that could mean several West Ham fans being identified and potentially facing stadium bans if they are proven to have been part of the trouble. Uefa are studying the reports of their match delegates before deciding whether to begin formal investigations into what happened. But it is thought both...
    EINTRACHT FRANKFURT goalkeeper Kevin Trapp had a firework thrown at him by yobbish fans during his side's Europa League clash with Royal Antwerp. The German international, 31, was standing on the edge of his penalty area with his back to supporters when the missile was thrown his way. 4Kevin Trapp had a missile thrown at him from the crowd 4The shocked goalkeeper required treatmentCredit: Getty Trapp had to receive medical attention after the pyrotechnic appeared to spark just inches from his feet. Fortunately the former Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper was okay to continue. And he would come away from the troubling incident with the last laugh, when his side bagged a late winner. Frankfurt were awarded a stoppage time penalty. And it was coolly dispatched by Goncalo Pacienca. Unfortunately, Antwerp's moment of shame wasn't the only violent incident to occur in the Europa League last night. Most read in Premier LeagueLive BlogFOOTIE LIVE Violence in West Ham vs Rapid Vienna, Fikayo Tomori IN England squadOFFICIAL COMPLAINT AC to submit formal Uefa complaint against ref over dodgy Atletico penExclusiveSTASH OF THE DAY...
    DECLAN RICE shows no sign of being just a master of sideways passes as he fired West Ham to victory. Rice laughs off claims from his critics he is unable to play in advanced areas of the pitch and has set about proving so in Europe. 6West Ham midfielder Declan Rice opened the scoring against Rapid Vienna in the 29th minuteCredit: Getty 6Rice celebrates with Hammers legend Mark Noble after breaking the deadlock in the first halfCredit: Alamy Having scored a brilliant solo goal in the win at Dinamo Zagreb, the England star made it two from two in the Europa League to see off Rapid and leave the Hammers in control of Group H. And having been hailed as the best young midfielder in Europe by his boss this week, the 22-year-old is doing his talking where t matters – on the pitch. It may only be a lesser tournament for the giant clubs in England, but for West Ham being in the Europa League means everything to them. Qualification for the competition and the impressive start the team...
    RAPID VIENNA fans attempted to storm the West Ham section of the crowd as violence broke out in the Europa League clash at the London Stadium. The Austrian supporters reacted to Declan Rice firing the Hammers into a 28th minute lead. 1Violent clashes West Ham's opening Europa League game at their London StadiumCredit: PA That is a brilliant team goal from West Ham! ????Declan Rice scores again in the Europa League, but its all about the control and pass from Michail Antonio... ????Lovely stuff!#UEL pic.twitter.com/vY1Mgj4z8c— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) September 30, 2021 A large number from the visiting end jumped the barriers and tried to get amongst the home section. Trouble had been simmering between the two rival fans from even before kick off. The visiting support began antagonising West Ham fans prior to a light show which was celebrating the London club's first home game in the Europa League. With the ground in virtual darkness, several water bottles were launched between the two sets of supporters separated by a three metre gap in the corner of the ground....
    LEICESTER CITY will face Napoli after being handed a tough Europa League group stage draw. The Foxes joined Napoli in Group C from Pot 2, and will also have to face a long trip to Russia to play Spartak Moscow. 2Brendan Rodgers' side have a tough drawCredit: Reuters Brendan Rodgers' side will also face Polish side Legia Warsaw. West Ham, meanwhile, should have a more straightforward time of things, having drawn Dinamo Zagreb, Genk and Rapid Vienna. MORE FOLLOWS... 2David Moyes guided his side to a surprise sixth-place finishCredit: AFP   Europa League Groups Group A: Lyon, Rangers, Sparta Prague, Brondby Group B: Monaco, PSV, Real Sociedad, Sturm Graz Group C: Napoli, Leicester, Spartak Moscow, Legia Warsaw Group D: Olympiacos, Eintracht Frankfurt, Fenerbahce, Royal Antwerp Group E: Lazio, Lokomotiv Moscow, Marseille, Galatasaray Group F: Braga, Red Star Belgrade, Ludogorets, Midtjylland Group G: Bayer Leverkusen, Celtic, Real Betis, Ferencvaros Group H: Dinamo Zagreb, Genk, West Ham, Rapid Vienna Most read in FootballLive BlogTransfer news live Cristiano Ronaldo 'AGREES Man City transfer', Sterling 'offered in swap'Live BlogGunners news Aubameyang to STAY -...
    TEENAGE sensations will have to be Barcelona's bread and butter moving forward. The cash-strapped Catalans are having to rely on youngsters as boss Ronald Koeman attempts to rebuild the club's reputation, after a poor season domestically and in Europe. 7Yusuf Demir, 18, became the youngest foreign debutant since Lionel Messi when he appeared against Athletic Bilbao over the weekendCredit: Getty 7Demir, pictured with Barcelona president Joan Laporta, has joined the Catalans on an initial loan deal Pedri, 18, has already shown what a talent he is - as one of Barça's standouts in another dismal campaign, as well as a star-turn at the Euros for Spain. But on the other wing, it's Yusuf Demir who could join the little playmaker in terrorising LaLiga defences. The Austrian born wideman, 18, made his debut for the fallen giants in a 1-1 draw against Athletic Bilbao over the weekend. His teasing appearance at such a tender age saw Demir become the youngest foreigner to play for the club since Lionel Messi in 2004. It's no surprise than he's already drawing comparisons to the...
    08/19/2021 at 11:10 PM CEST Olympiacos and Rapid Vienna embrace their presence in the Europa League group stage after successfully defeating Slovan Bratislava and Zorya 3-0 in the first leg of the final qualifying round. Mohamed Mady Camara, Pape Abou Cisse Y Vasil Bozhikov gave the victory to the Portuguese team Pedro Martins in the clash played at the Karaiskaki Stadium in Athens that brings the Hellenic champion closer to his European goal. Taxiarchis Fountas, Ercan kara Y Marco Gruell they provided the clear win to the Austrian representative who gave no choice to the Ukrainian Zorya. Omonia Nicosia, who beat Antwerp (4-2), Rangers, who beat Armenian Alashkert (1-0), Turkish Fenerbahce, who beat HJK Helsinki with the same score, and Sturm Graz also put their classification on track. Austria, who beat Slovenian Mura away (1-3). The duels between Slavia Prague and Legia (2-2) and Danish Randers and Galatasaray of Istanbul (1-1), were at the expense of the return matches to be played next week. The return matches will be played on August 26....
    MANCHESTER UNITED and neighbours Man City are locked in transfer tug-of-war for wonderkid Yusuf Demir, according to reports. Six clubs are monitoring the Rapid Vienna forward after breaking into the first team last season. 1Manchester United and Man City are locked in a transfer scrap for Yusuf DemirCredit: PA The 17-year-old is regarded as a huge prospect in Austria and has made 24 appearances this season. He has six goals and four assists to his name and his first strike in September saw him become the youngest Austrian scorer since Gerd Wimmer in 1994. According to Bild, the Manchester duo are joined by Europe's giants in a scrap for Demir's signature. Juventus, Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid and Barcelona are all closely monitoring his progress. Demir has a contract until 2022 which he signed at just 15 and has impressed while playing as an inverted winger. It appears United could be leading the chase ahead of their rivals. Defensa Central report how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are the 'most attentive' in the transfer race. CHELTENHAM...
    Yahoo News PHOTOS | Vienna’s cafeterias turn into student libraries as they remain closed due to the pandemic Bars and restaurants in Austria have been closed since November 3 as one of the restriction measures imposed by the Government and the country’s health authorities to try to stop the coronavirus pandemic and there is no date of reopening. Faced with this situation, in the capital, Vienna, some cafeterias have opened their doors as student libraries, such as the Café Museum, one of the most famous and oldest in Vienna. This place opened its doors in 1899 and has historically been a meeting point for artists and writers. Now their tables are filled with high school and college students doing their jobs or preparing for exams. The cafeteria cannot serve you food or drink due to restrictions, but it provides you with a bottle of water, a few small snacks and an Internet connection. To be able to study there you have to make a reservation and the initiative is being a success. The city authorities, responsible for the project, hope...
    MANCHESTER UNITED are reportedly in talks with Rapid Vienna's 17-year-old starlet Yusuf Demir as they aim to beat Real Madrid to his signature. The teenage midfielder has burst into the Austrian side's first team, scoring four goals and bagging two assists in 17 senior appearances this term - attracting the attention of Europe's big boys. 3Rapid Vienna's Yusuf Demir is reportedly in talks with Manchester UnitedCredit: PA:Press Association And United are believed to be the club most interested with Los Blancos also in the frame, according to Defensa Central. The report states United are yet to make a formal offer but have started negotiations with the player's representatives. Vienna are believed to want £8.9million for Demir who has also been sounded out by Barcelona. Demir featured against Arsenal in the Europa League earlier this season and could find himself in the Premier League permanently. He has a contract until 2022 which he signed at just 15 and has impressed European giants playing as an inverted winger. The left-footed star has quick feet and is technically gifted with a great...
    MANCHESTER UNITED are reportedly battling Barcelona for the signature of Rapid Vienna's 17-year-old wonderkid Yusuf Demir. Kronen Zeitung reports the Red Devils are after another starlet but face competition from the Catalan giants for the signature of the young Austrian playmaker. 2Rapid Vienna wonderkid Yusf Demir is being chased by Manchester United and BarcelonaCredit: Getty Images - Getty Demir has broken into Rapid's first team and featured against Arsenal in the Europa League earlier this season. The report states Demir could find himself at the Nou Camp but not until the summer at the earliest. The talented youngster's agent, Emre Ozturk, sparked major transfer rumours by sharing a photo of him in Barcelona online. Demir's representative captioned the shot 'ready for meeting' ahead of a potential move to LaLiga. However, despite many presuming he was holding talks over Demir's future, the player's agent claimed he was on a business trip of a different nature. He said: "I’m not in Barcelona because of Yusuf Demir, but because of Shkodran Mustafi from Arsenal, whom we also represent." Demir has...
    ARSENAL target Dominik Szoboszlai has liked an Instagram post about the Gunners' 4-1 victory against Rapid Vienna in the Europa League. The Red Bull Salzburg playmaker has been linked with a switch to the Emirates in January as the North Londoners look to add creativity to their side. 3Red Bull Salzburg player Dominik Szoboszlai liked this Instagram post about Arsenal's win on Thursday night 3Szoboszlai has been heavily linked with a move away from Austria in JanuaryCredit: Getty Images - Getty But despite the 20-year-old liking a post celebrating Arsenal's fifth consecutive victory in Europe this season, some fans believe it isn't a sign he will be joining the club. They pointed out to the fact that Szoboszlai could have been revelling in Vienna's misery as they are rivals with Salzburg. Vienna are third in the Australian Bundesliga - just four points behind Salzburg after nine games played. Commenting on Szoboszlai's antics, one supporter tweeted: "I'm pretty sure he liked that because Salzburg's rivals lost but I'll pretend otherwise." Another commented: "Do you guys know that he plays for Salzberg...
    ARSENAL thrashed woeful Rapid Vienna 4-1 in Europa League Group B as they welcomed 2,000 fans back to the Emirates. Alexandre Lacazette captained the side on the night and was outstanding in the No 10 role with Reiss Nelson equally impressive. 7Alexandre Lacazette just pipped Reiss Nelson to the man of the match awardCredit: Getty Images - Getty 7Shkodran Mustafi was far from bad but he was booked and missed a big chance in the first-halfCredit: AFP or licensors Lacazette put the North Londoners ahead after just ten minutes. Pablo Mari doubled their lead just eight minutes later in his first game back after his six-month ankle injury lay off. And Eddie Nketiah nodded home a third to send Arsenal in at half-time with the game as good as won. Koya Kitagawa lashed home a consolation on 47 minutes before Emile Smith-Rowe came off the bench and tapped one in with 25 minutes left to wrap up the win. And here's how SunSport's William Pugh rated the Gunners' individual performances. To the 2,000 fans inside Emirates Stadium tonight and...
    STRUGGLING Arsenal finally found their voice again as Mikel Arteta’s team turned on the style for their returning supporters. The club must have invited the 2,000 most vocal season ticket holders in their entire fanbase to mark the occasion of the first Premier League ground coming out of lockdown. 12Alexandre Lacazette led the way as Arsenal beat Rapid Vienna 4-1Credit: AFP or licensors 12There were 2000 fans inside the Emirates for the first time since MarchCredit: Reuters 12Pablo Mari got on the scoresheet after returning from injuryCredit: PA:Press Association Because the handful of Gooners rattling around the 60,000-seat stadium made more noise than an Emirates full house usually generates. Every pass was cheered to the rafters as the lucky few went out of their way to make sure they were heard as well as seen. And their efforts were rewarded with a rare night of stress-free football as Arteta’s men secured first place in their Champions League group with their fifth straight win in the competition. It was all a far cry from the last time there was an Emirates crowd...
    ARSENAL fans returned to the Emirates for the first time since March for Thursday’s Europa League clash against Rapid Vienna. The London side welcomed back 2,000 supporters who managed to secure tickets thanks to a ‘first come, first served’ system after the national lockdown was lifted yesterday. AFP or licensors 12 Arsenal fans returned to the Emirates for the first time since March on Thursday Reuters 12 2000 supporters were allowed in for the Europa League clash against Rapid Vienna Reuters 12 Supporters were in fine spirits as they got to watch their team live in action And one cheeky fan even managed to sneak in a sign reading ‘Bring Back Mesut Ozil’ in reference to Arsenal’s misfit German playmaker. Ozil has not played once this term after being axed from both Mikel Arteta’s Europa and Premier League squads. And supporters have been vocal on social media urging Arteta to bring Ozil in from the cold this winter. But for the lucky handful present at the 60,000 seater venue this evening, there were strict measures in place...
    ARSENAL welcome Rapid Vienna to the Emirates as they continue their Europa League challenge. Mikel Arteta's side are going through a rotten run of form in the Premier League, but in Europe have already qualified for the knockout stages. 1Arteta's side have won all four of their Europa League matchesCredit: Reuters For the first time in nine months, fans will be allowed into the ground due to the Emirates Stadium being in a Tier 2 area. When is Arsenal vs Rapid Vienna? This Europa League clash at the Emirates is set for Thursday, December 3. Kick-off in the capital will be at 8pm. 2,000 fans will be in attendance, with the club's ticket system crashing due to demand earlier this week. Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on? For those of you unable to get tickets, you can watch all of the action live on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport Ultimate. Coverage will follow Spurs' clash with LASK. If you're a BT Sport subscriber, grab the official app to stream on your...
    MIKEL ARTETA is set to continue his rotation policy for Arsenal's game against Rapid Vienna on Thursday. Emirates Stadium will welcome back 2,000 fans for the Europa League clash with the team already qualified from Group B. 2 The Gunners boss may be tempted to change things up regardless, given his senior stars' poor form in the Premier League. Cup competitions have been an oasis of good results for the club with the likes of Reiss Nelson and Cedric Soares getting regular runouts. Sead Kolasinac, Eddie Nketiah, Joe Willock, Runar Runarsson, Mohamed Elneny and Nicolas Pepe, who is suspended in the league, are all pushing for a start. Ahead of the game, Arteta declared his happiness with how his reserve players have performed in the cups. He told reporters: "We've been really consistent in other competitions apart from the Premier League. "I think we've played 16 competitive games this season, we've won ten, lost five and drawn one - all of them in the Premier League. "We cannot treat the game differently. Our aim is to go there...
    ARSENAL fans raged on social media this morning after the club's ticket website crashed under the weight of demand. Gunners supporters were desperate to secure one of just 2,000 tickets for Thursday's clash against Rapid Vienna. 2Arsenal fans have been struggling to secure tickets for the clash against Rapid ViennaCredit: Getty - Pool Trying to buy @Arsenal tickets this morning was an especially maddening experience. This is a club that specialises in undermining the good will of fans— Robert Peston (@Peston) November 28, 2020 So gutted - I’ve waited 9 months to watch @Arsenal at the Emirates - I get my chance to get tickets and the website crashes so I can’t get in. Finally get in and all tickets gone ???? #Arsenal— Kim Swead (@kimswead) November 28, 2020 Hey @Arsenal @TicketmasterUK got to the front of the queue for tickets and then the system crashed multiple times and booted me out of the queue...what do I do now?— Rob Gevertz (@robgevertz) November 28, 2020 Arsenal supporters haven't seen their club in action since March but will be allowed up...
    ARSENAL have confirmed they welcome fans back to the Emirates for next week's Europa League clash with Rapid Vienna. The Gunners are putting 2,000 tickets up for sale for game on Thursday 3 December after the Government place London in Tier 2 in their latest lockdown measures. 1Arsenal fans will be back at the Emirates next weekCredit: Rex Features But Gooners face a mad scramble to try and get their hands on one. The club announced that tickets for the match will be sold on a 'first come, first served' basis. A club statement read: “It’s been almost nine long months since we had fans in attendance at Emirates Stadium and our matches have simply not been the same without you. “While we appreciate that reduced capacity matches will be far from being ‘back to normal’, we can’t wait to welcome our fans back home for what will be a historic moment for the club. “This follows the UK Government announcement that Emirates Stadium is located in a Tier 2 area under the latest Covid-19 guidelines.” It continued: “We will...
    PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG spared Arsenal’s blushes as they snatched an unlikely victory in what should be the toughest game of their Europa League group. The Gunners skipper was supposed to be having a well-earned night off until Bernd Leno gifted a 51st minute goal to their Austrian opponents. 2Aubameyang tapped home to grab all three points for ArsenalCredit: Getty Images - Getty A costly defensive mistake from Arsenal ????Bernd Leno loses the ball in his own area and Fountas makes no mistake for Rapid Vienna!Work to do for the Gunners... pic.twitter.com/V2h0eSQmZW— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) October 22, 2020 But Leno’s blunder forced Mikel Arteta to turn to Plan B and send on top scorer Auba to save the day. And the veteran striker did exactly what was required, tapping home from Hector Bellerin’s 74th minute cross to secure all three points. Yet Arteta knows his team got away one after a desperately unconvincing first hour from his team. ARSENAL NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest Gunners news   They fell behind when Leno insisted on trying to play out...
    BERND LENO was left red-faced after gifting Rapid Vienna a historic opener against Arsenal with an unfortunate gaffe. The German attempted to play out from the back, as has become customary under boss Mikel Arteta. 1German Leno endured a horror moment against the AustriansCredit: Reuters A costly defensive mistake from Arsenal ????Bernd Leno loses the ball in his own area and Fountas makes no mistake for Rapid Vienna!Work to do for the Gunners... pic.twitter.com/V2h0eSQmZW— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) October 22, 2020 But his slack 51st minute pass fell straight to the Austrians' danger man Taxiarchis Fountas. And the 25-year-old made no mistake from a tight angle, sending the 3,000 fans in attendance into delirium. MORE TO FOLLOW... Most read in FootballLAND OF OZOzil's amazing London lifestyle, featuring his £10m home & favourite restaurantROO-LLING IN ITInside Wayne Rooney's property portfolio including £25k-a-week Barbados padLive BlogGUNNERS LATESTArsenal news LIVE: Follow latest Arsenal transfer gossip, news and updateseuro tripStandard Liege vs Rangers: TV channel, live stream free, form and kick-off timeLive BlogSPURS VS LASKTottenham welcome Ukrainians for opening Europa League group gameRED...
    MESUT OZIL was offered a role in the BT Sport studio as a pundit after revealing he was watching Arsenal on TV. The Gunners playmaker on £350,000 a week has been frozen out of the side's Premier League and Europa League squads. 5Ozil has been axed from the Arsenal squad by boss ArtetaCredit: PA:Press Association 5The World Cup winner said he was watching the action from home 5Humphrey saw Ozil's tweet and offered him into the BT Sport studio Ozil, 32, penned a blistering social media statement savaging his club for a lack of 'loyalty'. ARSENAL NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest Gunners news   But he indicated he was still desperate for them to do well when he tweeted he was watching their clash against Rapid Vienna from home - while making a joke about having no work to do. It was then that BT Sport host Jake Humphrey replied offering him a spot in the studio. Ozil tweeted: "When I can't support on the pitch tonight, I will support in front of the TV in London." The...
    THOMAS PARTEY was handed his full Arsenal debut by Mikel Arteta after fans urged him to start following a 'monster' tackle on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Gooners were chomping at the bit after a clip of Partey pushing Aubameyang off the ball during training at London Colney circulated. 5Thomas Partey chases down Pierre-Emerick AubameyangCredit: Arsenal FC 5Combative midfielder Partey showed Gunners fans what he can doCredit: Arsenal FC 5Partey bumps Aubameyang off the ball with his shoulder and nips in to take the ball off his skipperCredit: Arsenal FC 5Partey robbed the ball off a smiling Aubameyang in trainingCredit: Getty Images - Getty And Gunners fans got their wish after Partey was named in the starting line-up for the first time in his Arsenal career against Rapid Vienna in the Europa League. The Ghanaian international, 27, had made his Prem debut as a sub in the 1-0 defeat at Manchester City on Saturday. But boss Arteta only gave the former Atletico Madrid man seven minutes off the bench at the Etihad. ARSENAL NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest...
    ARSENAL face Rapid Vienna tonight in Austria as they look to get their Europa League campaign off and running with three points. The Gunners reached the final of this competition two seasons ago, only to be beaten 4-1 by fellow Premier League side Chelsea in Baku. 1 Arteta's men are searching for an opening day win in the group stagesCredit: AP:Associated Press Rapid meanwhile narrowly missed out on reaching the Champions League after going down to Gent in the qualifying rounds. What time does Rapid Vienna vs Arsenal kick off? Kick-off is at 5.55pm BST. What TV channel is Rapid Vienna vs Arsenal on and can I live stream it FREE? You can catch this game live on BT Sport 2. EE customers can watch with a three-month FREE trial - simply text SPORT to 150. You can cancel at any time. What is the team news?   The Gunners will be without Rob Holding, Willian and Dani Ceballos for the Europa League clash. Pablo Mari remains sidelined with an ankle injury, while Emile Smith...
    White supremacist group talked about paramilitary training in secret vetting calls Arbys enters Mexico, and pandemic pushes new U.S. customers to try its sandwiches UEFA Europa League: Arsenal vs. Rapid Vienna live stream, TV channel, lineups, odds, start time Arsenal will make the trip to Allianz Stadion to face Rapid Vienna in Europa League action on Thursday.  They will be looking to improve on last year’s disappointing season when they begin their campaign today. © Provided by For The Win Rapid Vienna is coming into this match on a four-game home winning streak in all competitions and will look to make it five against the favorites, Arsenal. This should be a fascinating match to watch, can Rapid Vienna make it five in a row against Arsenal?  Tune in and find out, here is everything you need to know to stream the action! Arsenal vs. Rapid Vienna When: Thursday, October 22 Time: 12:30 p.m. ET TV Channel: TUDN Live Stream: via CBS All Access (watch for free) UEFA Europa League Starting Lineups Rapid Vienna possible starting lineup: Strebinger; Stojkovic, Hofmann,...
    ARSENAL begin their Europa League challenge with a tough trip to face Rapid Vienna. The Gunners reached the final of this competition two seasons ago, only to be beaten 4-1 by Chelsea in Baku. 1Arteta's men are searching for an opening day win in the group stagesCredit: AP:Associated Press Rapid meanwhile narrowly missed out on reaching the Champions League after going down to Gent in the qualifying rounds. When is Rapid Vienna vs Arsenal? This Europa League group game will be held on Thursday, October 22. Kick-off is at 5.55pm BST. It will be the first ever competitive meeting between the two sides. Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on? You can catch this game live on BT Sport 2. If you want to stream, grab the BT Sport app to watch on a number of devices. EE customers can watch for FREE - simply text SPORT to 150. You can cancel at any time. Most read in Europa LeagueGossipREG RETURNReguilon in for Madrid return months after Spurs signing due to buy-back...
    THOMAS PARTEY has traveled with the Arsenal squad for the Europa League clash with Rapid Vienna - and is now expected to make his full debut for the club. The Gunners are on their way to Austria for Thursday night's tournament-opener - with the club seen boarding a plane at Luton Airport. 5Thomas Partey has flown with the Arsenal squad for the game at Rapid ViennaCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Shkodran Mustafi and Sead Kolasinac also boarded the plane heading to AustriaCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Eddie Nketiah looked focused as he boarded the Vienna-bound jetCredit: Getty Images - Getty And Partey, 27, looks set to make his eagerly-anticipated full debut in the heart of midfield after being spotted boarding the planet. The Ghanaian came off the bench in the 1-0 defeat to Manchester City to give fans a brief glimpse of his ability. But it's likely Mikel Arteta starts him in Vienna for their first Europa League clash of the season. After the City defeat, Arteta explained: “We will see how quickly we can make it with [Partey]. ARSENAL...
    ARSENAL travel to Rapid Vienna in the Europa League on Thursday and Mikel Arteta is likely to ring the changes. New signing Thomas Partey is expected to be handed his first Gunners start with in-form youngster Eddie Nketiah starting in an attacking role. 2Arsenal's likely lineup against Rapid Vienna The Gunners narrowly lost 1-0 at Manchester City in the Premier League on Saturday and the Spaniard will want to freshen things up for the trip to Austria. Bernd Leno will likely retain his place in goal as Arteta no doubt wants to kick-off his side's European campaign with a win. But the defence could see some new faces in a 5-2-3 formation. ARSENAL NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest Gunners news   Sead Kolasinac is expected to slot in in place of Kieran Tierney as the left centre-back. An injury crisis at the back means David Luiz and Gabriel will likely start again alongside the Bosnian with Bukayo Saka retaining his left wing-back spot. On the opposite flank Ainsley Maitland-Niles could get some game time in place of Hector...
    ARSENAL'S Europa League opener versus Rapid Vienna is expected to go ahead despite a coronavirus test inside the Austrian side's squad. The club have confirmed an unnamed player's diagnosis with the illness, which also struck down Mikel Arteta in the spring. 2Rapid Vienna players will undergo extra testing while the unnamed player self-isolatesCredit: Getty Images - Getty 2Mikel Arteta will take his side to Austria for the 5.55pm kick-offCredit: Reuters Routine tests uncovered a single case of coronavirus with additional checks set to take place ahead of Thursday's game. Arsenal are still due to travel to the Austrian capital for the Group B clash. A Rapid statement read: "As part of the routine Covid-19 tests at SK Rapid, a player tested positive after the evaluation. ARSENAL NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest Gunners news   "SK Rapid reacted immediately and the Bundesliga prevention concept, which defines the procedure in confirmed cases in detail, came into play immediately. "The player who tested positive and has so far shown no symptoms is already in quarantine at home. "The responsible health...
    ARSENAL have been handed a favourable Europa League draw with Rapid Vienna, Molde and Dundalk in Group B. Jose Mourinho will also fancy his chances of progressing with Spurs drawn against Ludogorets, LASK and Royal Antwerp. The 2020/21 group stage is set ✅???? Which games are you excited for? #UELdraw pic.twitter.com/efpgVHqnRS— UEFA Europa League (@EuropaLeague) October 2, 2020 2Mikel Arteta's Arsenal have been handed a favourable Europa League groupCredit: Reuters But Mourinho will also be cursing his luck that his side will need to face the mammoth 3,300-mile trip to take on Bulgarian opposition Ludogorets, particularly with a hectic fixture schedule. Leceister, who make their Europa League debut, will take on Braga, AEK Athens and Zorya Luhansk in Group G. Arteta will no doubt be delighted with the draw having avoided the likes of Real Sociedad and AC Milan. It is Celtic who were draw with the Italian giants in a brutal group alongside Sparta Prague and Lille. The Gunners will be hoping to improve on last season's performance after Olympiakos knocked them out in the Round...
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