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Arsenal

A YOUNG Arsenal side scored twice in the last 1 5 minutes to secure a 2-1 victory over Huddersfield, who staged the game to celebrate their centenary. Sanchez Watt and Nacer Barazite were on target for a side featuring only one first-team player, Theo Walcott.

Chelsea

MICHAEL BALLACK is back in full training with the rest of the squad after completing his own personal schedule.

He was given an extended summer break after Euro 2008.

Ballack said: "In England you have no winter break so the rest was for the whole season."

Fulham

THE CLUB believe defender Elliot Omozusi, 19 , will gain valuable experience on loan at Norwich City this season.

Fulham's development coach Billy McKinley said: "

Getting 25 to 30 games for Norwich will do him the world of good. It's an excellent move for him."

Tottenham

MICHAEL DAWSON fears a slow start to the campaign will ruin Spurs' season.

Juande Ramos's men travel to Middlesbrough on August 16 and Dawson said: "If you lose a couple you are down at the bottom end of the table and putting four or five wins together is tough."

West Ham

FREDDIE LJUNGBERG is exploring his options after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent. The Swede,31, has asked his agent to asses any offers from England, Spain and Italy and said: "I will take my time to consider my football future."

Charlton

PROMISING defender Chris Solly has suffered a knee injury.

The 17 - year-old has impressed in the academy and is tipped to break into the first team this season. Boss Alan Pardew said: "Hopefully, he will be back by the end of August or the start of September."

Crystal Palace

NEIL WARNOCK will decide whether to offer a deal to former Reading midfielder John Oster by the start of next week. The Palace boss has taken Oster, 29 , on trial after he rejected the offer of a contract with Derby earlier this summer.

QPR

SIMON WALTON has sealed his transfer to Plymouth. …

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