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The Five Candidates To Replace Arsene Wenger As Arsenal Boss

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Ahead of his twentieth anniversary of managing the club in October, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could be about to embark on his final season. After an initial decade bursting with success, Arsenal fans have become disgruntled with their long-serving leader. Despite some placing the blame on the likes of board member Ivan Gazidis, it’s clear that Wenger must win a …

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Mesut Özil’s Crazy Stats Against Northern Ireland Show Why He Was Named Man Of The Match

during the UEFA EURO 2016 Group C match between Northern Ireland and Germany at Parc des Princes on June 21, 2016 in Paris, France.

Germany booked their place in the last 16 of Euro 2016 this afternoon, and it was Mesut Özil who was his side’s key performer in their 1-0 win against Northern Ireland at the Parc des Princes. Though many believed that Northern Ireland goalkeeper Michael McGovern should have been named man of the match by UEFA (and few would have argued with that decision), the general …

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World Champions Germany Name Stupidly Talented Euro 2016 Squad

DUBLIN, IRELAND - OCTOBER 08: Germany pose for a team photo during the UEFA EURO 2016 Qualifier group D match between Republic of Ireland and Germany at the Aviva Stadium on October 8, 2015 in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

The squad lists for the upcoming European Championships are now starting to roll in, and 2014 World Cup winners have this afternoon announced their provisional list. Manager Joachim Löw has named a 27-man squad, to be trimmed down by four at a later date, and of course, it is positively brimming with world class talent. There are no massive shocks in Löw’s squad, though …

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The Night Irish Football Rediscovered Its Identity

It’s been a long time since it felt like this. As the 50,000 strong Aviva crowd belted out Olé Olé at full volume on Thursday night, with the world champions brought to their knees, a revived sense of hope surfaced – maybe Irish football isn’t the lost cause we were beginning to worry it was. It was a victory every bit …

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Joachim Low Was Very Unhappy With Ireland’s Style Of Play

Germany manager Joachim Low was in a sour(kraut) mood following his team’s shock loss to Ireland. Low was understandably unhappy with the 1-0 defeat at the Aviva Stadium last night, and while his team are practically guaranteed Euro 2016 qualification (with just a home game against Georgia left to play), the coach couldn’t resist indulging in a case of ‘sauer grapes’ when asked what went wrong. …

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VIDEO: Gibraltar vs Germany – A Nail-Filing Encounter

Germany were easy winners over Gibraltar in their European Championships qualifier last night, winning 7-0. One of the lighter moments during this demolition job was when a camera focused in on Germany boss Joachim Low. With his side 4-0 up and cruising just ten minutes into the second period, the 55-year-old thought it as good a time as any to file …

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Video: Bayern Munich’s Manuel Neuer Is Wasted In Goal

As a sweeper-keeper, it’s been known for some time now that Bayern Munich’s Manuel Neuer is not the laboured, non ball playing goalkeeper of years gone by.  Germany’s World Cup-winning coach Joachim Low has spoken before of how technically gifted the German goalkeeper is, and that if called upon he could even feature in Germany’s midfield. This may provide some explanation …

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Why Germany Were The Only Real Team In The World Cup

Germany have become the first European team to win a World Cup on South American soil with many pundits claiming Joachim Löw’s side were the only competing ‘team’ in the actual sense of the word. In the wake of their historic victory, Jack Cahill analyses just why they might be righ Crushing Brazil Felipe Scolari’s Brazil suffered their worst defeat …

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Wave Of Emotion Could Only Ever Carry Brazil So Far

No one saw it coming. After almost four weeks of enthralling action, the hosts were just one step away from a date with destiny; a World Cup final on their home turf in front of their fanatical supporters. Despite missing their two best players, their two leaders, Thiago Silva and Neymar, there was a willing expectation all over Brazil that …

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