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WATCH : Throwback to One of the Greatest Goals of the World Cup By Dennis Bergkamp vs Argentina 1998

dennis bergkamp vs argentina 1998

55,000 fans at the Marseille stadium witnessed Bergkamp’s perfection and touch on July 4th 1998.With scores tied at 1-1 and both the teams desperate need of a winner.[spacer height="30px"] Frank de boer sent in a long ball to find Dennis .An extended first touch high on air before a sulimetouch with

5 Most Valuable Pieces of Football Memorabilia In The World Right Now

Football Memorabilia

Football memorabilia continues to gain popularity hand-in-hand with the sport that makes it possible. Collecting various sports items has become a favorite hobby across generations – from baby boomers to millennials; collectors share the same passion and interest for football, its players, and all things associated with it. Collectors across the

Brady or Bergkamp Who is Arsenal’s Best Player

Liam Brady, Dennis Bergkamp

Recently on the podcast, I had the absolute privilege of talking to football legend Alan Hudson, and he revealed that he’d been on another podcast with Ray Parlour discussing Arsenal’s best player. Hudson went for Liam Brady whilst Parlour plumped for Dennis Bergkamp, but it’s a topic that’s based on personal perspectives because the pair

Tactical Howlers, Mixed Substitutions and a Resolute Villa: Tactical Breakdown of How Arsenal Succumbed to Aston Villa

Aston Villa vs Arsenal

I think I speak for all of us when I say that I’m shocked to see us lose 1-0 to an Aston Villa side fighting relegation whilst we beat Liverpool and Manchester City in the space of a week. But it happened and Villa deserves credit for their performance, as they were fighting for survival in

Does Ainsley Maitland Niles Have a Future at Arsenal Under Arteta?

Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Maitland-Niles

A regular during Unai Emery’s first season in charge of the Gunners, Ainsley Maitland-Niles has often been credited for his versatility as a player, having filled in for Arsenal as a left-back, right-back, wing-back, in midfield and even further up the wing, as and when required. Being labelled as "Jack of all

Luiz Horror Show Shows Arteta That There’s a Lot to do Before They Take on Manchester City

Arsenal Vs Brentford, Brentford

Anyone that thought Brentford would provide Arsenal with a similar goal fest and result like the one against Charlton was in for a shock. Brentford, 4th in the Championship, turned up with attitude and ambition and came back from two goals down to win 2-3 against the Gunners and pour mild embarrassment on Arteta’s

Arsenal Are a Difficult Club to Understand When it Comes to The Transfer Market as Recent Decisions Are Baffling at Best

Konstantinos Mavropanos, Konstantinos

According to reports from Goal.com, Arsenal defender Konstantinos Mavropanos, currently on loan at FC Nurnberg, is attracting interest from various Bundesliga clubs ahead of a potential move. The Arsenal centre-back has impressed several suitors with his performances for the tier-2 German club. His displays for FC Nurnberg haven't gone unnoticed with

Torriera Clear to Leave as Arsenal Ramp up Their Interest in Alternative DM Options

Lucas Torreira, Torreira

Lucas Torreira looked as if he was going to light up the Emirates for years to come because his initial performances showed great promise. Sven Mislintat had managed to persuade the Arsenal board to go against the preferred choice of Unai Emery of Steven N’zonzi and first impressions were that

What Sort of Game Can we Expect From Manchester City vs Arsenal as Premier League Finally Resumes

Man City vs Arsenal, City vs Arsenal, City v Arsenal, Manchester City

The Premier League resumes on the 17th of this month after being shut for more than three months. The Gunners fans are unsurprisingly excited as their team travels to the Etihad Stadium for the City vs Arsenal fixture, which has been long overdue. However, the game will be held behind closed

What Does the Future Hold for Manchester United’s Loan Stars in a Post Pandemic Football World?

Chris Smalling, Alexis Sanchez, Solskjaer

We are yet to see the full damage that COVID-19 will have on world football, but it is certainly going to have a telling effect on transfers, be it outgoing or incoming. Subsequently the futures of Manchester United’s two high profile loaned out stars, Chris Smalling and Alexis Sanchez, are

Why George Graham Deserves the Same Level of Respect and Appreciation as Arsene Wenger Rather Than Being Continually Overlooked

George Graham, George Graham Statue, Graham, George

As one of George Graham’s disciples, I'm not sure the gaffer gets enough credit for his achievements. If it hadn't been for him, Arsene Wenger surely wouldn't have been able to get off to such a good start in 1998 with a double that was owed so much to George's

Grealish to United: Why it’s Likely and why it’s the Right Decision at the Right Moment

Jack Grealish, Grealish to United, Jack Grealish Aston Villa

It is no secret that Jack Grealish has caught Manchester United's eye over the past season. The 24-year-old Aston Villa captain has put up phenomenal performances for the relegation-threatened club this season, having scored 9 goals along with 8 assists in all competitions before the season was suspended on account of COVID-19. Speculation

George Graham: The Manager Haunted by a Tainted Reputation, yet the Architect of Arsenal’s 80’s revival

George Graham, George Graham Statue, Graham, George

The story of George Graham is of an ambitious, determined and fixated man, who sadly lost his dream job when it was revealed that he took unlawful payments for his involvement in a number transfer deals which included John Jensen and Pal Lydersen. In 1995, he was promptly sacked by the

Problems at Arsenal lie Much Deeper than Confused Tactics and new Players and Arsenal’s Assistant Coach may Have no Choice but to take the Reigns Soon Enough

Freddie Ljungberg, Ljungberg, Ljungberg assistant coach, Freddie

He’s made quite an impact at Arsenal as a coach since his arrival at the Emirates and up until now, he has been standing in the shadows but Freddie Ljungberg may be thrust into the top job on a temporary basis if Unai Emery gets fired. It’s all speculation at present

Is Freddie Ljungberg Being Touted To Be The Next Manager At The Emirates After Unai Emery?

Freddie Ljungberg, Ljungberg, Ljungberg assistant coach, Freddie

Is Freddie Ljungberg the natural successor to Unai Emery. Let’s say straight away that I don’t think that appointment of Freddie Ljungberg was as a direct result of Unai Emery’s personal request. https://twitter.com/afcstuff/status/1139478706873872385?s=19 It feels, as an outsider, that the Swede may have been promoted from another vantage point but let’s at

Why Arsenal’s Henry is Not The Best Overseas Player Ever In The Premier League, Rather His Former Arsenal Teammate Is

Bergkamp, Arsedevils

In a recent vote the BBC announced that Thierry Henry was the best overseas player to feature in the premier league. 250,000 votes were cast and Henry got 45% of those but I have to argue the fact and the outcome. From an Arsenal point of view, Henry is certainly

VIA BBC | Manchester United Make A Huge Breakthrough In £ 65 Million Star’s Contract, But Hit A Deadlock in Another’s

Marcus rashford, David de Gea, Rashford Contract, De Gea Contract

Manchester United have reportedly secured a long time deal with Marcus Rashford keeping him at the club until 2025. But at the same time reports also suggest that they are facing huge complications in the contract extension of shot-stopper David de Gea. https://twitter.com/utdxtra/status/1098721994701455366?s=19 Manchester United have been in a fine form ever

MASSIVE | How Arsenal’s Board Members Responded After Arsenal’s Shambolic Loss Against Bate Speaks Volumes About Emery’s Position At The Club

Bate Vs Arsenal, BATE, Arsenal board members

In recent weeks, Unai Emery has constantly kept surprising Arsenal faithfuls with his starting eleven and on pitch tactics on match days. This time, it was against BATE in Europa League and the Spanish coach once again had a bitter result to show for it. The "not so famous side" from Belarus

KEY DECISION MADE | Gunners Fast-track Director Of Football Search With Two Potential Names, To Save Their Season And Assist Unai Emery

Director of Football, Monchi, Marc Overmars

Arsenal are looking to immediately appoint a Director of Football if reports emerging from London are to be believed. The Gunners are presently in a dire need of a new face to fill the void at the club’s leadership and decision making level after their head of recruitment, Sven Mislintat

Makes Sense | Analysing What Exactly Went Wrong for United in Their Close Shave Against Burnley

Burnley, United predicted lineup vs Burnley

Given the run of form Manchester United have been enjoying since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over, the home draw against Burnley might seem disappointing. With United looking to make it nine wins out of nine, going into the match, the draw no matter how disappointing, did seem fair to both Burnley

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