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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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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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Arsenal: What Will It Take For Wenger To Quit?

Arsene Wenger endured years of criticism before Arsenal’s FA cup triumph in 2014 and after proclaiming that “fourth place is a trophy”, just what will it take for the Frenchman to end his spell in charge of a club in turmoil? The banners at the Emirates Stadium read, “Enough is enough, Wenger out”, after an excruciating 2-1 defeat to Manchester …

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Arsenal Midfielder To Miss Another 7 Weeks

Arsenal are understood to be comfortable with the progress of Mesut Ozil’s rehabilitation after the midfielder told reporters in Germany he is not expecting to be back in action for another seven weeks. The Gunners’ club-record signing suffered a partial rupture of the outer band of the left knee joint, which was confirmed by the German Football Federation after Ozil …

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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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Arsenal Linked With PSG Striker

Edinson Cavani could be making the move to Arsenal as early as January with the North London club following on from their interest this summer. Arsenal would have to be pay around £55 million to land the 27-year-old, making him Arsenal’s record signing should he move, according to reports in Metro. Although Cavani’s record this season appears good with three goals …

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Arsenal News: Striker Extends Emirates Deal, Arteta Up Next

Arsenal’s injured forward Olivier Giroud has committed himself to the Gunners until 2018 with the club set to announce news of a contract extension in the near future.  The deal is set to be in the region of £80,000 a week, according to the Mirror.  This contract extension comes in addition to the likelihood that Mikel Arteta; also an injured Arsenal …

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Arsenal New Boy Eager To Impress In Favoured Role

Arsenal’s deadline day signing Danny Welbeck is eager to show his worth in his favored position as a striker and, with Oliver Giroud out through injury, he is expected to start against Manchester City. In an interview with the Guardian, Welbeck explained that he is confident of his ability as a central striker. A lack of goals for Manchester United could be …

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Arsenal Striker Admits “Lack Of Confidence”

Arsenal’s Yaya Sanogo, the subject of the fans’ ire in recent weeks, has defended himself in the face of criticism, while the race to sign French youngster Adrien Rabiot is still very much on. Much maligned Aresnal striker Yaya Sanogo has defended himself in the face of mounting criticism from Gunners fans in an interview with French sports newspaper l’Equipe. The youngster, who excelled …

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Welbeck Will Connect Well With Arsenal Midfield

Danny Welbeck has joined Arsenal with a degree of pressure on his shoulders to prove he can perform as one of the key figures in Arsenal’s attack.  Welbeck’s move has been one of the more surprising transfers to the Gunners, not just because he is coming from arch rivals Manchester United, but also because he isn’t exactly the calibre of …

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Arsenal Look To Bag A Striker Before Deadline Day

With the last few days of the transfer window upon us Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger’s dealings are far from done with injury forcing him back in to the market for a striker. Arsene Wenger has remained tight lipped on possible last minute deals in the face of an unrelenting press corps desperate for information. In the wake of Olivier Giroud’s injury …

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Premier League: Who’s Hot & Who’s Not?

What a weekend of football! From Manchester United’s lethargy, to Arsenal’s comeback , to Manchester City’s dominance of Liverpool, it was a Premier League gameweek to remember. Cian O’Callaghan is here to talk us through the ups and downs. Hot Stevan Jovetic After an injury-hit first campaign at Manchester City saw the Serb collect a Premier League winner’s medal despite having made …

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Arsenal Interested In Big Name Duo Following Giroud’s Injury

Arsenal must look to the transfer market for a quick fix replacement following the news that Olivier Giroud is out for up to three months and reports claim that interest is now turning to Manchester United’s Danny Welbeck or QPR’s Loic Remy in a bid to bolster their attacking options.  Olivier Giroud could miss up to three months following the news that he …

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Without Franck Ribery, Does France Really Stand A Chance?

In the wake of  Franck Ribery’s withdrawal due to injury, what kind of chance does Didier Deschamps’ France squad have in the World Cup? Jack Cahill discusses Les Bleus’ World Cup prospects. Despite having a squad full of star names and a rich tournament history, many have written France off as nothing more than an underdog, or at best a …

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Three Reasons Why France Are The Best Outside WC Bet

There is always one nation in the World Cup that surprises everyone and overachieves, with teams such as Croatia, Turkey, South Korea and most recently Uruguay filling this role in previous tournaments. Brian Bowler gives us three reasons why Brazil 2014 could be France’s time to upset the odds. There are a host of teams whose odds are fluctuating anywhere …

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Top Signings The Big Premier League Clubs Need

It’s that time of year again where every team is linked with every player and crazy money is spent on overrated players. England’s big clubs all need to strengthen certain areas this summer, and those areas are what should be concentrated on. Let’s take a look at what needs to be done. Manchester City Man City have the most money …

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Five Things Arsenal Need to Become Great Again

This Saturday’s FA Cup Final between Arsenal and Hull City is arguably more important for the Gunners than their Yorkshire opponents. It has been almost nine years since Arsenal won a trophy, and time is running out for Arsene Wenger. Here are five things the North London club need in order to return to past glories. 1. A New Manager Arsenal have the …

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