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Arsene Wenger has told Alexis Sanchez he is not a special case and insists he will continue to make the decision on whether to substitute the Arsenal forward. Sanchez has been substituted by Wenger in two of the last three matches, against Swansea and Ludogorets, and on both occasions the Chile international looked far from impressed by the decision to withdraw him from the action.However, Wenger says he is unconcerned by Sanchezs reaction and believes the 27-year-old, along with the rest of his squad, will need to be handled carefully as the season progresses. Sland vs Arsenal October 29, 2016, 11:30am Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass They all recognise it after the game, but during the game they want to stay on the pitch, Wenger said when asked about Sanchezs reaction to being substituted.I have played football - I was tired and I wanted to stay on the pitch - because you want to play. There is a difference between acknowledging it and wanting to stay on the pitch. You want to play even when you are tired. Sanchez has looked unimpressed by Wengers decision to withdraw him For me he is not a special case. He is a player like everybody else. When I decide to take him off, I take him off.There is no special case. He has his own character but he is not treated differently from everybody else. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger gives his reaction after the 2-0 EFL Cup win over Reading Sanchez has been operating in a central striking role this campaign, having previously been played as a wide man by Wenger during the past two seasons.The former Barcelona star has responded by scoring six goals in 12 appearances and Wenger believes Sanchezs long-term position will be as a forward. Sanchez has enjoyed a promising start to the season in his new role as a forward I see him there because he is the kind of guy, he is provocative, the Arsenal manager added ahead of his sides trip to face Sunderland on Saturday, live on Sky Sports 1HD from 11.30am. He has a short technique and can always create something. He has a good mixture between scoring and giving the final ball.In my taste, he still comes too much to the ball, because Alexis Sanchez likes to have the ball. But thats why when we have Theo Walcott - it balances well, because when he comes, Walcott goes. This is a good mixture, a good working unit. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just ￡6.99. No contract. I had other players, I had [Danny] Welbeck, I had [Olivier] Giroud, who in my opinion are more central players than Alexis. Alexis came here as a winger and he wanted always to play there.When I tried him there a few times, I remember I tried him at Aston Villa and I took him off at half-time. Or at Everton, I put Giroud on when we were 2-0 down in the first game of the season.Maybe I made up my mind that he is more of a winger. But I didnt give up and I think he is happy there. 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Everton manager Roberto Martinez says that keeping Baines at the club is a "massive boost and exciting for the future" because he brings "maturity and football knowledge in a very specialized position on the pitch" and an "infectious and positive influence to the rest of the squad. Throughout the Tour de France, Australian professional cyclist Richie Porte will be checking in. Here is his second entry, as told to ESPN contributor Rupert Guinness:Stage 2: Saint L? to CherbourgI could easily feel sorry for myself being almost two minutes down overall in the Tour de France after only two days due to the untimeliest of punctures. But I dont, and wont.Make no mistake, I am not glossing over the fact that my flat tyre?inside the final five kilometres of Sundays second stage from Saint L? to Cherbourg was the disaster that I said it was when I spoke to the media outside our team bus. It was a disaster, but not the end.Sure, its a bitter pill to swallow losing time like that. I was so well placed when it happened, on second wheel in the peloton behind the breakaway.I was not there to make a move. I just wanted to stay out of trouble ironically. Then my rear tyre flatted and just like that my Tour hopes were thrown into disarray. But you know what, as much of a disaster as I said it was, the fact is: a lot more people in the world are far worse off than I am.There was some good from it, too: at least my time loss was not because of poor form or being ill, or from crashing which in itself could have led to injuries and made my chances of a fight back harder. I was actually lucky not to have had someone ride into the back of me when I flatted at that speed downhill. It couldve been a lot worse than what many realise.I am not the only one on the BMC Racing Team who understands this. Everyone does, from Tejay van Garderen, with whom I came into this Tour as co-leader, to every rider and staff member.I had a great chat with Tejay after the stage in the bus on the way back to our hotel. He still sees us as being a good two-up front for the Tour, and I believe that we still can be. I am certainly not going to just give up hope. Sure, Ive lost time I really would not have wished for, but I have to take it as it is; and with so many stages ahead no way the Tour is over.There is still tomorrowI mean, look at poor Alberto Contador. There he is, two days in a row and he has crashed. We didnt even know he crashed again as we were near the front, but later when I ssaw him we had a glance at each other and he gave me a little shake of the head.dddddddddddd He is a fighter, he wont give up. And I dont plan on it either; especially after all the work Ive put into this. It was also heartening to get the messages of support I got after the stage, not just from people following the Tour but also from a number of riders in the peloton racing here; and I have to say, I was not surprised that the first of them was my Aussie mate Michael Matthews from the Orica-BikeExchange team. We both live near each other in Monaco and while we are as different riders as we probably are people, we are good mates; and it was really nice for him to get in touch with me so soon after a hectic stage that he would have targeted [Matthews finished fifth on the stage won by Peter Sagan (Tinkoff) from Slovakia on an uphill sprint].Look, what happened sucked. But even now, when I look back on what happened, I cant really think of anything else that could have been done. It was a bad thing at a bad time.There was no way the team car could get to me ... it was stuck behind the riders already dropped. And I know some people were commenting about the neutral service taking a while, and it did take a bit of time; but no way was there any bad intentions on the mechanic there. He was doing his best in a really pressured situation. He is obviously pretty good at doing what he does. Were he not, no way would he have the position that he does.Similarly, I heard some people comment about not having teammates with me, but I did have Marcus Burghardt, then Ama?l Moinard and Damiano Caruso; but again, it was at such a bad time -- the race was going so fast so close to the finish -- there was little we could do.Then dont forget, we still had Tejay still up there [19th on the stage] and Greg Van Avermaet who was the rider we had down for the stage [Van Avermaet finished eighth on the stage].So how I see it all is that, OK the cards didnt fall in my favour today but there is still tomorrow and that means another opportunity. Ill be ready for it. 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