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With Arsenal And Man Utd Realistically Locked In Battle For Top Four Finish, Analysing Who Might Come On Top

Arsenal, Manchester United, Man Utd vs Arsenal, Arsene Wenger farewell, Pogba

The first few weeks of the Premier League season haven't really taught us too much that we didn't already know. Manchester City and Liverpool look the best equipped to battle for the title, Huddersfield and Cardiff look the least equipped to score goals and Wolves already have a side that should

Arsenal Eyeing Promising £30m Forward as Aaron Ramsey Replacement, Next Mislintat Transfer ?

Nicolas Pepe targeted as Aaron Ramsey replacement

Arsenal have a knack of finding gems among the various French football clubs, playing in different divisions of the French football leagues. Be it Samir Nasri, Mathieu Flamini, Gael Clichy, Laurent Koscielny, Olivier Giroud, Alexandre Lacazette, or the most recent transfer of Matteo Guendouzi, the Gunners have had a special connection

The Reason Mkhitaryan Will Be Absent Against Qarabag And Possibly The UEL Final


Arsenal would be missing out on Henrikh Mkhitaryan in Europa League fixture against Qarabag FK in Azerbaijan. The reason isn’t injury or personal issues but a geopolitical one. Armenia and Azerbaijan have no diplomatic relations due to dispute of the control of Nagorno-Karabakh region. Due to this the Armenian's visa

Granit Xhaka: Arsenal’s Scapegoat And Vital Cog

Granit Xhaka

No Arsenal player has caused more division among the fans than Granit Xhaka. The perplexing thing about the division is that, both sides of the argument holds a valid view, courtesy of the player himself. I have found myself drowned in this conversation lately. Some argue that Granit Xhaka has no business

4-2-3-1 Massive Changes Made As Three Key Players Ruled Out Of The Game | Strongest Possible Lineup For Arsenal vs Qarabag

Arsenal, qarabag, Alex Iwobi

Arsenal are on winning terms; their streak seems to be unbeatable. They have won against Watford 2-0, who were responsible for upsetting Spurs a few weeks back. With their current form unchallenged, Unai Emery cannot sit back leisurely when they go to Baku, Azerbaijan tomorrow to play against Qarabag FK

Chance For Leno To Shine As Cech Suffers Hamstring Injury And Will Be Out For This Period Of Time

Leno to replace injured Cech

Subsequent to Petr Cech's hamstring injury conceded on Saturday against Watford, it looks like it's finally time for new signing Bernd Leno to step up and prove his worth to the manager Unai Emery. Leno has been used in Europa League fixture and Carabao Cup fixture but Cech has started

The Ramsey Situation – Wage Bill, Real Madrid and Arsene Wenger

Aaron Ramsey has appeared for a total of 7 matches this season for Arsenal in the Premier League. Ever since, his Euro Cup 2016 was a catastrophe, his form seems to have taken the same course as his performance. Being an aggressive player on the pitch, Aaron Ramsey has represented

“If Something Doesn’t Work, Just Keep Going”- Attacker Reveals Emery’s role behind great form

Arsenal, qarabag, Alex Iwobi

It has been 18 months since Alex Iwobi made his breakthrough with Arsenal's first team under Arsene Wenger. However, the Nigerian international has struggled since to cement his place in the squad. This season is either make or break for Iwobi, and new boss Unai Emery seems to have instilled new confidence

Defender Lauds Unai Emery- Spaniard Brings “Winning Mentality”

Rob Holding

Arsenal extended their winning streak to seven matches in all the competitions with Rob Holding starting on Saturday with a 2-0 victory over Watford at the Emirates Stadium and finally found their place in this season's Premier League Top 5. Speaking after the game Rob Holding took to the moment to

Unai Emery Is Brilliantly Doing What Arsene Wenger Could Not And This Is Exactly How

Arsenal first on winning streak

Arsenal have recorded a consecutive seventh win in all competitions under Unai Emery after the losses to Manchester City and Chelsea in the Premier League. The Gunners beat Watford 2-0 at the Emirates in a match where the Hornets gave them a run for their money by being physical and pressing