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Who Could Legitimately Replace Wenger At Arsenal?

The #WengerOut brigade are unlikely to have been put off by Arsenal’s recent easy victory over Galatasaray. They want Arsene Wenger gone. But realistically who could Arsenal possibly get instead?    Whether you’re #WengerIn or #WengerOut you’re probably getting pretty sick of the debate. In fact, is it even a debate? Anyone familiar with Arsenal Fan TV will no doubt have …

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Graham Cummins Column: Time For Change at Arsenal

Exeter City Striker Graham Cummins gives us his thoughts on Arsenal, Arsene Wenger & the need for change in the red half of North London.  How much more can Arsenal fans take of Arsene Wenger? Inconsistency, rewarded with trophy less season is all that Arsenal supporters can look forward to. Granted Arsenal did win the FA cup last season but …

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Arsenal: All I Want For Christmas Is…

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What could Arsenal possibly want for Christmas? Besides the obligatory defensive midfielder of course.    The festive season is in full swing, time to crowbar all the festive cheer into three things Arsenal will want for Christmas. 1. A Defensive Midfielder Will the fabled DM ever arrive at The Emirates? Do they even exist anymore? The last out and out …

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Arsenal vs Southampton: Saints Must Prove They’re The Real Deal

Seventh-placed Arsenal host third-placed Southampton tonight in what is a game where the Saints must prove their capabilities as a real contender, once more, for their place within the Premier League’s top four.  Following a 3-0 loss to Manchester City who remain above them in the table, this is a match in which we will see how well Ronald Koeman’s …

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Manchester United One Of PL Trio Linked With Benzema

Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool are all being linked with a move for Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema. The Daily Express reports that Carlo Ancelotti does not necessarily want to let go of the France international but if a good enough offer should present itself, he would be willing to let Benzema go. A fee of in and around £40 …

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Now Or Never For Wenger’s Arsenal Career

After securing a place in the knockout stages of the Champions League and three points from West Brom in Saturday’s lunch time kick off, Arsenal fans are still unhappy with Arsenal Wenger occupying the hot seat. As Sir Alex once famously quoted, “Squeaky Bum-Time”, it certainly is for Mr. Wenger. Beating Borussia Dortmund 2-0 at home in the Champions League over the …

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Premier League’s Top Dogs & Bottomed Out Duds

Andrew O’Reilly looks at the positive and the negative performances of last weekend’s Premier League action. Top Dogs Crystal Palace Having conceded in the first minute many could have wilted and let Liverpool return to last season’s blitzkrieg side but Palace came back into the game and fully deserved the three points from a ‘Neil Warnock performance’ as he himself heralded it. …

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Premier League Managerial Table – Part I

Given the Premier League title race is all but over, lets turn our attention to the table that really matters. This is the Premier League managerial table. This four-part series will be updated once a month. The table will be compiled on the following criteria – team performance, working conditions, resources spent and their job security all based on this …

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Manchester United Set To Reveal Financial Woes

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Manchester United will on Tuesday reveal the first definitive figures on the financial cost of missing out on the Champions League. The club have estimated revenues will fall this season by between £38 million and £48 million – a drop of between 8.77 per cent and 11 per cent on last season’s overall revenue figure of £433 million – as …

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Arsenal Boss Wants Podolski To Stay

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger insists Lukas Podolski is “not for sale” – even though the German forward indicated he could look for first-team football elsewhere when the transfer window opens in January. Podolski has yet to start a game for the Gunners in the Barclays Premier League this season, instead used as an impact player from the bench – as …

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The 10 Best & Worst #WengerOut Tweets From Arsenal’s Horror Week

There’s nothing like a crisis to bring people tweeting in their droves. Arsene Wenger finds himself the unfortunate recipient of a new #WengerOut campaign. These are the best/worst tweets.    1.@indykaila, football transfer news extraordinaire appears to have inadvertently helped the #WengerOut campaign he was asked to tweet about by err….tweeting about it. Don’t want to say much but certain @Arsenal …

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Arsenal Defender: ‘We Have To Play Simple, Even If We Are 1-0 Up’

Per Mertesacker says Arsenal must heed the lessons of back-to-back collapses against Anderlecht and Swansea and start playing “serious football” to get their season back on track. It was groundhog day for Arsenal and their supporters at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday afternoon following Alexis Sanchez’s 63rd minute goal – the Chilean’s 12th of the season and sixth in his …

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Is It Time For Arsene Wenger To Go?

The debate on whether Arsene Wenger and Arsenal should depart ways has reared its head again, this time only eleven league games into the season. Yet it’s the umpteenth time since Arsenal’s move to the Emirates that a ‘Wenger Out’ chorus has grown louder. Is it finally time for change? It’s come a little bit earlier this year than in …

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Arsenal Boss: Chelsea Look Unstoppable

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes no-one is capable of challenging Chelsea for the Barclays Premier League title at the moment. Wenger saw his side suffer their second league loss of the season with a 2-1 defeat at Swansea on Sunday to leave the Gunners 12 points adrift of Jose Mourinho’s men. And Wenger says he cannot see anyone challenging a …

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Arsenal Put To The Sword By Quickfire Swansea Double

Swansea stunned Arsenal with two late goals to run out 2-1 winners and inflict the Gunners’ second Barclays Premier League defeat of the season at the Liberty Stadium. Alexis Sanchez’s 12th goal of the season seemed to have rewarded Arsenal’s second-half improvement and put them on track for a top-four spot. But Arsene Wenger’s men were shocked again just five …

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Arsenal Boss Wenger Says His Side Can Improve

Arsene Wenger questions the role of fifth officials as his side let a three-goal lead slip against Anderlecht in the Champions League. Anderlecht secured one of their most memorable European nights in recent history as they came from 3-0 down to rescue a point in their Group D clash at the Emirates Stadium. Anthony Vanden Borre struck twice for the …

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Have We Met Before? – Premier League Managers’ Loyalties

Premier League managers often go for players they have relied on in the past. Here Tom O’Connor looks at the current list of players who Premier League managers have signed for more than just one club in the past. One of the key elements in a team becoming successful is trust. With managers coming under increasing pressure to produce results …

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Arsenal Midfielder An Injury Doubt For Burnley Clash

Jack Wilshere is likely to miss Arsenal’s Barclays Premier League clash with Burnley on Saturday because of a knee injury. Gunners manager Arsene Wenger insists the problem is minor, but his participation against Anderlecht in Tuesday’s Champions League tie at the Emirates Stadium is also in doubt. “There is a slight problem with Wilshere. I don’t think he’ll be available …

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