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David Ornstein
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David Ornstein 5h
Arsenal transfer activity complicated by Sanchez/Ozil but not stopping it - targets being pursued irrespective
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David Ornstein 7h
No bids for Alexis Sanchez yet. May go if price right but may sign new deal. All hypothetical. Arsenal very reticent to sell to PL club
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David Ornstein 7h
Again as others report Arsenal also had a bid rejected for Monaco winger Thomas Lemar. That seems less likely than a deal for Lacazette
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David Ornstein 7h
As reported by others Arsenal are in talks with Lyon to sign striker Alexandre Lacazette. 1st bid was rejected but negotiations ongoing
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David Ornstein Jun 22
De Boer 1st choice for & said Palace were his 1st choice. hugely impressed by him in interview/talks
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David Ornstein Jun 22
Crystal Palace to appoint Frank de Boer. Job offered, talks advanced. Plan to give current squad a chance but will be backed in market
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Dan Roan Jun 16
EXCL: Andy Murray tells me about having just 2 yrs left at the top, security concerns & being seen as a super-hero
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David Ornstein Jun 16
Hi guys, please can you send me details of the match (time, location) for possible BBC filming? Thanks a lot
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David Ornstein Jun 15
Sterling grew up in north west London & started his career - whose ground is a mile away from
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David Ornstein Jun 15
Sterling "Only a small step but small steps lead to big changes if we come together. My condolences to the affected families"
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David Ornstein Jun 15
Sterling: "This is a deep & sad situation, 1 close to my heart & hard to swallow. But I'd like to help in the best way I can"
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David Ornstein Jun 15
BBC understands Man City & England footballer Raheem Sterling is set to make a substantial donation to those affected by fire
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David Ornstein Jun 2
Replying to @DeadlineDayLive
BBC online entry miswritten by desk - I didn't confirm/deny story, merely said Arsenal are denying it, now corrected
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Arsenal FC May 31
We can confirm that the club has agreed a new contract with Arsène Wenger
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David Ornstein May 31
Neither Arsenal nor Wenger see this definitely being his final contract - may be but equally might not. Depends what happens next 2yrs
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David Ornstein May 31
Arsene Wenger today physically signed a new two-year contract (no break clause) to remain Arsenal manager until 2019, 23 years in total
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David Ornstein May 30
Talking Arsenal & Wenger with on shortly: how new deal came about, what happens next etc
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David Ornstein May 30
Wenger verbally agreed new 2yr contract with Kroenke at yesterday's meeting. Will be rubber-stamped by board today & announced tomorrow
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David Ornstein May 29
Wenger knows disruption going now may cause, among reasons most likely he stays. But external atmos main factor
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David Ornstein May 29
EXCL - Wenger met Kroenke today to settle his future. Decision will be relayed to board tomorrow. Full details:
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