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Arsenal Star’s Euro 2016 Prospects Hang In The Balance Due To Injury

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has suffered two possible injuries to his right knee and ankle respectively following a collision with Barcelona’s Javier Mascherano. The Englishman was the subject of an early substitution for Theo Walcott following what seemed to be a knock, however it is understood that Chamberlain may have suffered ligament damage, according to the Mirror. After the disappointing defeat to European …

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Reports Claim Chelsea Are Targeting Arsenal Winger To Replace Eden Hazard

After a tweet yesterday suggested that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s transfer to Arsenal was dead in the water, there is even more bad news for Arsenal supporters today.  With Chelsea’s Eden Hazard currently in the midst of an inexplicably horrendous season at Stamford Bridge, consistent reports have suggested that the Blues are set to cut their losses and sell the Belgian star …

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Video: Arsenal Stars Showcase Their Managerial Credentials On FM 2016

They might not be quite ready for real management just yet, if this video is anything to go by, but the current Arsenal stars obviously have a bit of tactical nous when it comes to virtual management.  Tasked with picking a strong Arsenal team on Football Manager 2016, Aaron Ramsey, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Calum Chambers, Petr Cech and Theo Walcott hilariously …

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What Walcott & Oxlade-Chamberlain Injury Lay-offs Mean For Arsenal

So, after a bit of a horror show against Sheffield Wednesday that saw both Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott both injured, the prognosis is in. And, well it could be a lot worse.  BREAKING: Arsenal's Theo Walcott & Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain out for at least three weeks #SSNHQ — Sky Sports News HQ (@SkySportsNewsHQ) October 29, 2015 Three weeks. At least. …

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Picks The ‘Best Potential President’ From His Arsenal Team-mates

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is on a one man crusade to bring personality back to football and he may well be winning.  Who would have though Mathieu Flamini would be so organised? Perhaps it’s a common trait in defensive midfielders? Coquelin for Vice-President perhaps? His apparent leadership as well as the fact that he appears to be best friends with Mesut Ozil …

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What To Take Away From Arsenal’s Performance vs West Ham

Arsenal are usually placed within most pundits’ top four before a Premier League ball is even kicked but this season, more than ever, the Gunners are being touted as potential champions.  Here, we look at their 2-0 loss against London rivals West Ham and see what the main points are to take away from Arsenal’s performance this afternoon. _____ Set-Piece Vulnerability Beauty …

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Arsenal Boss Needs To Change Transfer Policy

With a highly anticipated encounter between Arsenal and Liverpool yesterday, it took the Gunners until the second half to finally turn up. Here Mikey Brown takes a look at some of the shortcomings in Arsenal’s starting line-up.  Arsenal’s first half display was an absolute shambles. Arsene Wenger remarked of the players playing with the hand break on and being cautious of what happened …

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England Expected Starting XI Vs Switzerland

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England face arguably their toughest qualification game tonight as they go up against Switzerland who reached the last sixteen of this year’s World Cup. We look at the starting XI that Hodgson is likely to go with in tonight’s crucial match. GK: Joe Hart There is no doubt that the Manchester City stopper is Roy Hodgson’s number one option and the …

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Widespread Press Interest In Arsenal’s English Players

The press reaction to Danny Welbeck’s transfer to Arsenal continues as Lukas Podolski readies himself to fight for a starting place. The arrival of Danny Welbeck at Arsenal is good news for fans of the English national team who will be delighted to see a young English player get the chance to develop his game as the front line striker …

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England Draw Posed More Questions Than Answers For Roy Hodgson

England’s second of three pre-World Cup friendlies saw both positives and negatives for manager and fans, as Hodgson’s side were held 2-2 by Ecuador in Florida. After initially falling behind following Enner Valencia’s powerful header, England equalised through the boot of Wayne Rooney in a scrappy point-blank finish. Shortly after the second half kicked off, recent Liverpool signing Rickie Lambert …

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