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The Mixer: Owen Heary On How He ‘Absolutely Loved’ Playing In Europe

UEFA Champions League 1st Qualifying Round 2nd Leg Shelbourne 20/7/2005 Shels' Owen Heary celebrates scoring the first goal Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy

Finishing his playing days with seven Premier Division winners’ medals to his name as well as the 2001/02 PFAI Players’ Player of the Year gong, Owen Heary is rightly considered a League of Ireland legend.  But it wasn’t just domestically where he proved himself as a fine defender, the Dubliner also put it up to some stellar opposition in Europe, including …

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Done Deal: Arsenal Finally Announce The £17m Signing Of Lucas Pérez

Lucas Perez during the Trofeo Concepción Arenal, preseason match on July 29, 2016 in Ferrol, Spain. (Photo by Jose Manuel Alvarez Rey/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Arsenal have completed the signing of Deportivo La Coruña striker Lucas Pérez, the club have today announced. The 27-year-old has signed a __-year deal with the club and has joined for a fee of around £17m, as per the valuation of his release clause. #BienvenidoLucashttps://t.co/Z0sjSGoOFu — Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) August 30, 2016 Manager Arsene Wenger has said of his new …

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How Could Arsenal Line Up With Shkodran Mustafi And Lucas Perez?


It’s lights, camera, action for everyone involved at Arsenal this week. After a summer that saw the club glacially progress in the transfer market, yesterday was somewhat of a turning point as deals were agreed to sign Deportivo la Coruna forward Lucas Perez and Valencia defender Shkodran Mustafi. The former may be a player unbeknownst to fans but his record …

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Barcelona To Pay Special Tribute To Xavi Before His Final League Game

Barcelona play their final league game of the season against Deportivo La Coruna in the Camp Nou tonight with Xavi set to be honoured by his fellow players ahead of the game. According to the BBC, the 35-year-old’s team-mates are to wear shirts bearing the words “Thank you Xavi.” The Catalan club couldn’t be sending their most decorated player of all-time …

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Djalminha: The Man who would be King

Djalminha could have had it all and very nearly did. One of the hottest talents to come out of Brazil in the 1990s, sadly his legacy is now marred. Conor Heffernan explains all.   In the 1999/2000 La Liga season, Deportivo de La Coruña travelled to the Santiago Bernabéu in a must win game against Real Madrid. Deportivo had begun …

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