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REVEALED: The inside track on Wenger's walkout from Arsenal

Arsenal CEO Ivan Gazidis refused to reveal the reasons behind Arsene Wenger’s decision to leave the club but Gabriele Marcotti brings us the true story.

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What the world was like when Wenger joined Arsenal

Arsene Wenger joined Arsenal in September 1996 and would go on to oversee vast change at the club. The world's changed a lot since then, too.

Ogden: Replacing Wenger is a huge task... can Arsenal get it right?

Arsenal supremo Ivan Gazidis says the club are already thinking of life after Wenger. Can they really get the replacement right?

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Friday's Highlights

Pacers erase 17-point deficit, put Cavs in 2-1 series hole

The Pacers held the Cavaliers to just 33 second-half points, ending Cleveland's perfect record this season when leading entering the fourth quarter.

After three months and a 2-0 deficit, Wizards finally get peak Wall and Beal

John Wall's health complicated Washington's success this season, and Bradley Beal got off to a slow start in Toronto. But the All-Star duo got it going to keep the Wizards in their series against the Raptors.

Defense found: Bucks overwhelm Celtics for 116-92 win

Khris Middleton scored 23 points, Giannis Antetokounmpo added 19 and the Milwaukee Bucks used a dominating first half to overwhelm the Boston Celtics 116-92 on Friday night, narrowing their deficit in the first-round playoff series to 2-1.

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Wall, Beal praise each other in Wizards' win.

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Boxing

Looking back at the biggest fights of Khan's career

As welterweight Amir Khan prepares to face Phil Lo Greco in his first fight in two years, we look back at Khan's best performances inside the ring.

With new trainer and sharpened focus, Broner ready to turn over a new leaf -- again

Few doubt Adrien Broner's talent, but the former four-division world titleholder hasn't put himself in the best position to win his biggest fights in the past. He says this time is different and plans to make a statement against Jessie Vargas on Saturday.

Football

Premier League

WATCH: Guardiola's heartfelt speech to Man City.

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Man City to get guard of honour from Swansea

Manchester City will receive a guard of honour from Swansea City players after clinching the Premier League title.

Chelsea's Morata apologises for substitution tantrum

Antonio Conte said he will consider playing Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud together in attack for Chelsea's FA Cup semifinal against Southampton.

Formula 1

The wake-up calls of future champions: Senna, Schumacher and now Verstappen

Maurice Hamilton compares Max Verstappen's recent struggles with low points in the careers of two of F1's greats.

Why Mercedes didn't mimic Red Bull's winning strategy

Mercedes has explained why it did not pit Lewis Hamilton under the Safety Car at the Chinese Grand Prix.

NBA

LeBron's solo act recalls early Cleveland playoff runs

The lack of production from LeBron's supporting cast is eerily reminiscent of his first stint in Cleveland -- without the stingy defense to match.

Embiid's return gives 76ers the edge to be conference champions

Joel Embiid's return to Philadelphia's lineup unlocks peak 76ers, and The Process continued to develop in South Beach.

Spurs' playoff loss is meaningless in the big picture of life

With Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich away from the team on bereavement, San Antonio hosted Game 3 with a focus on the players.

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  • The unthinkable fate of Chapecoense

    In November 2016, Brazilian underdogs Chapecoense boarded a plane to play in the game of their lives. Instead, their biggest moment turned into a tragedy no one can forget.

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