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Why Thierry Henry Should Replace Arsene Wenger As Arsenal Manager

BARCELONA, SPAIN - MAY 06: Former player and TV commentator Thierry Henry lookson prior to kickoff during the UEFA Champions League Semi Final, first leg match between FC Barcelona and FC Bayern Muenchen at Camp Nou on May 6, 2015 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

Calls for Arsene Wenger to depart the Emirates are growing louder by each passing day with Tuesday night’s humiliation, for the second time at the hands of Bayern Munich saw Arsenal eliminated for the seventh time in a row in the last 16 stage of the Champions League, losing a staggering 10-2 on aggregate. It is evidently clear the majority …

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Arsenal Legend Has His Say On Sanchez And Ozil Wage Demands

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has lambasted Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez for the wage demands they are making of the club. The comment come as part of a Sky Sports debate in which Gary Neville and Graeme Souness also gave their views. Ozil, and in particular Sanchez, have been the life-blood of Arsenal this season and a number of clubs across …

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Ranking The Best Ever Goals Scored Against Ireland

DUBLIN, IRELAND - SEPTEMBER 7: Thierry Henry of France celebrates after scoring during the World Cup Group 4 Qualifying match between Republic of Ireland and France at Lansdowne Road on September 7, 2005 in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

There have been some truly remarkable strikes against Ireland down through the years. When going through the history of Irish football, there have been many heart-breaks. When mentioning the low points for the Boys in Green in modern times, names like Toto Schillaci and Antoine Griezman spring to mind. However, while these were the highest profile goals, what were the …

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Arsenal Legend Backs Ibrahimovic To Recover From Goal Scoring Drought

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The much lauded arrival of Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Manchester United during the summer seems like a long time ago now as the veteran Swede has struggled under the ever evolving team management of José Mourinho. Enduring one of the worst goal scoring droughts of his illustrious career, the 35-year-old has now gone six games since he last found the back …

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Stats Show Sanchez Is Just As Good As Henry For Arsenal


Alexis Sanchez’s future may be in dispute, but one thing that isn’t is that he is of equal stature to Thierry Henry at Arsenal. At least, that’s according to the statistics. The Chilean has been in spectacular form this season for the Gunners, scoring his seventh and eighth goals of the season in the 4-1 dismantlement of Sunderland. And while …

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Who Features In Arsene Wenger’s Most Selected Arsenal XI Of The Last Twenty Years?


Arsene Wenger celebrated his twentieth anniversary in charge of Arsenal with a last-gasp win over Burnley thanks to Laurent Koscielny’s controversial winner. The Frenchman has had his fair share of dramatic moments during the past two decades, ranging from winning the 2003/04 title in an unbeaten season to almost clinching a Champions League triumph against Barcelona in 2006. It has …

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UEFA Picks Arsenal’s Best Ever XI Under Arsene Wenger

Yesterday marked the 20 year anniversary of Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager and tributes and praise poured in from around the football world for the Frenchman’s extensive service as Arsenal boss. The Gunners have won three Premier League titles, six FA Cups and have qualified for the Champions League for 20 straight seasons during Wenger’s time at the club but they’ve also had a number of the Premier …

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Watch: Arsene Wenger Talks 20 Years At Arsenal With Fellow Club Legend Thierry Henry

Now plying his trade as a pundit for Sky Sports football, Thierry Henry caught up with his former boss ahead of Arsenal’s clash with Burnley. _____ 1996 saw the Gunners hire a little-known Frenchman who’s managerial experience to that point consisted of a long spell at AS Monaco before being plucked from the obscurity of J-League side Nagoya Grampus Eight. Arsene Wenger’s legacy …

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Arsenal Linked With Outrageous £35 Million Bid For French Striker

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Arsenal remain in the market for a striker. Although most Arsenal fans were relatively happy with their clubs summer transfer activity, it is widely believed that the Gunners remain in the market for a centre forward. Indeed, throughout the summer, Arsenal had been linked with players such as Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. However, the Gunner failed in their bid to tempt …

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20 Years At Arsenal: Arsène Wenger’s Ten Best Moments

FILE PHOTO - (EDITORS NOTE: COMPOSITE OF TWO IMAGES - Image numbers (L) 1530530 and 511891146) In this composite image a comparison has been made between Arsene Wenger,Manager of Arsenal (L) in 1996 and in 2016. Arsene Wenger celebrates 20 years in charge of Arsenal this season. ***LEFT IMAGE*** 2 Nov 1996: Arsene Wenger the manager of Arsenal during the FA Carling Premier league match between Wimbledon and Arsenal at Selhurst Park in London. The match ended in a 2-2 draw. Mandatory Credit: Stu Forster/Allsport ***RIGHT IMAGE***LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 23: Arsene Wenger the manager of Arsenal looks on during the UEFA Champions League round of 16, first leg match between Arsenal FC and FC Barcelona at the Emirates Stadium on February 23, 2016 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

“Arsène who?” ran the headlines as Arsenal unveiled the Frenchman as Bruce Rioch’s permanent successor on September 22nd 1996. Although Wenger had won Ligue 1 with Monaco in 1998, he was largely an unknown quantity in England, and it certainly didn’t inspire confidence in the Arsenal board at the time that they had recruited a manager from Nagoya Grampus of …

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Arsenal Legend Blasts Emmanuel Adebayor And William Gallas For Treatment Of Wenger

UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 01: Arsenal's William Gallas celebrates with his team mate Emmanuel Adebayor after scoring the first goal (Photo by Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC Via Getty Images)

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has blasted former Arsenal players Emmanuel Adebayor and William Gallas for their treatment of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger during the duo’s time with the club. In his new autobiography ‘Ian Wright: A Life In Football’, the 52-year-old takes aim at Adebayor and Gallas for taking liberties with Arsene Wenger during their time as players. “The big problem …

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Watch: Sergio Ramos Scores Thierry Henry-Like Volley In Training

¡Sin comentarios! ¡Telarañas out! / Cobwebs out! A video posted by Sergio Ramos (@sr4oficial) on Aug 24, 2016 at 6:49am PDT Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has scored some vital goals for Real Madrid over the years, most recently the all important stoppage time equaliser against Sevilla in the UEFA Super Cup, but he can’t have scored too many goals …

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Opinion: Why Mayo Are The Arsenal Of Gaelic Football

GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final Replay, Croke Park, Dublin 5/9/2015.Mayo vs Dublin.Worried Mayo fans during the second half.Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Lorraine O'Sullivan

After stuttering over the line against Tipperary, many people have been quick to write off Mayo’s chances in the All-Ireland final, be it against Kerry or Dublin, on September 18. While it was not as dramatic as Shaunae Miller literally diving over the line in the 400-metre final in Rio, Tipp were going stride for stride with the Connacht side …

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