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The Premier League’s European Decline Summed Up In A Week

Everton’s comprehensive defeat at the hands of Dynamo Kiev in the Europa League on Thursday night had the feel of a ‘final insult’ to the Premier League, in what has been a miserable few weeks for English football. It followed Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City’s recent elimination from the Champions League, meaning there will be no English participation in the …

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Monaco vs Arsenal: Why The Gunners Will Go Through Tonight

After a shocking performance saw Arsenal thumped 3-1 by Monaco at the Emirates last month, John Murphy presents 3 reasons why he thinks The Gunners will go through tonight.  Arsenal Have A Better Squad With the talent Arsene Wenger has available to him at present it’s no wonder that some are backing them for a late title charge. With Chelsea …

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How Arsenal Will Beat Manchester United This Evening

Tonight Manchester United host Arsenal in the FA Cup having won their last 6 meetings at Old Trafford.  It is interesting to question who are the favorites for tonight’s clash. Manchester United head into the bout having lost just 2 in their last 22. Arsenal meanwhile are (along with Liverpool) the form team in the Premier League and with the …

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Thierry Henry, Arsenal Manager? You’re Having A Laugh

As the spotlight focuses again on Arsene Wenger’s future as Arsenal manager following his side’s 3-1 loss to Monaco on Tuesday, former Gunners striker Thierry Henry has done his countryman no favours by suggesting that he would be interested in the role should he be offered it.   Questioned by Jonathan Ross what he would answer if approached by Arsenal …

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Getting Tired Of The Wenger Out Brigade

After a surprise loss to Monaco at the Emirates last night, commentators, pundits and journalists alike went into a frenzy about just how bad Arsenal were. But were they?     The Telegraph spread the words “Cluless, Pathetic, Shambolic” across their back page while The Star and The Mirror both went with “Dimwits!” as their headlines. The latter was seemingly …

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Arsene Wenger: Master Of Stability?

Under Arsene Wenger, Arsenal have been nothing if not stable.    Arsene Wenger must have breathed a sigh of relief in December when his Arsenal side managed to steer clear of European giants Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Barcelona in the last 16 Champions League draw and instead match with the Frenchman’s former side AS Monaco. Predictably, Wenger has become the central figure …

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INFOGRAPHIC: Arsenal Vs Monaco

All the stats ahead of Monaco’s trip to Arsenal for the Champions League round of 16. Here’s how the sides stack up.      Credit to Guarantee Tickets who created and provided the original infographic which can be seen here.

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Palace 1-2 Arsenal: The Uncelebrated Side Of Santi Cazorla

The reality of Santi Cazorla’s talent is that the Arsenal boss could easily play him at full-back or as a forward, however it was his ability in midfield which set him apart for this writer today as Arsenal just squeezed past Crystal Palace.  Palace pressed so well in the first half it was quite surprising to see Arsenal 2-0 up after 45 minutes …

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Five Talking Points From Spurs vs Arsenal

Both teams arrived into the North London Derby in rare form. With Arsenal having won five of their last six and Spurs moving to within three points of fourth in the same period, everything was set up for a cracking encounter at White Hart Lane this afternoon. And it certainly didn’t disappoint.  1. A Game of Two Halves In the …

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5 Talking Points From Arsenal vs Aston Villa

Arsenal easily overcame the threat of Aston Villa at The Emirates this afternoon, winning 5-0. Rob Lyons picks out five talking points from today’s mismatch.  5. Francis Coquelin’s break-up play  The young midfield man was on song as he helped Arsenal keep hold of the ball by breaking-up play brilliantly. At times he performed on the edge of the legalities …

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More Injury Worries For Arsenal Boss

Mikel Arteta will spend at least the next three months on the sideline after undergoing surgery on his ankle, as the Arsenal captain faces into a long road to rehabilitation. The Gunners captain has been out of action since being taken off in November when the London club took all three points against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League group stage. …

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Saints To Seek Revenge Against Arsenal

It’s less than a month since Southampton narrowly lost out to Arsenal, courtesy of a last minute-winner from Alexis Sanchez. But was the Saints’ 1-1 draw against chelsea with just ten men a sign that Southampton can hold out against the perceived ‘bigger’ sides now? Alexis Sanchez was the hero for the Gunners on the 3rd of December and the …

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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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10 Goals That Define Thierry Henry’s Career

 Thierry Henry has finally announced his retirement, thanks for the memories Titi.    1. Unhappy at Juventus & still capable of beauty He only scored three solitary goals in his unhappy and short-lived tenure at Juventus. Played on the wing he was rather ineffective against disciplined Itlalian defences but the talent was still there for all to see. He lasted just …

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