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Striker Steals The Show As Arsenal End’s The Premier Season On A Winning Note Against Burnley

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Arsenal give the fans an away treat with a win over Burnley and Aubameyang steals the show. Arsenal’s last match pretty much summed up the key events of the season. Another injury, this time it was Mavropanos, who had only just come back. It was a pity because he had actually

Fan Unrest And Wages Cuts After Champions League Qualification Failure

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It’s virtually over, bar the last embers of a glorious season, but for Ole Gunner Solskjaer and assistanf Mike Phelan, the hard work is just about to begin. Manchester United are certainly in the doldrums and the collapse at the end of the season is not something fans are used

Arsenal’s Summer of Rebuilding : What do the Gunners need this Transfer Window?

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Arsenal has seen its fair share of highs and lows during the 2018-19 season. Under the tutelage of Unai Emery, the Gunners have showed some sparks of promise while they’ve been guilty of repeating the old mistakes on other days. Thus, there is a sense at the Emirates that the current

Why Arsenal Have a Massive Advantage of Securing Top Four Spot Ahead Of Their Rivals

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The race to the Champions League berths is heating up, as the number of teams having the chance of qualifying gets narrowed down through their wins and losses. By identifying the key players who will help Arsenal finish in the top four and the teams with the highest chance of

Is The Number Of Foreign Players In The Team, The Actual Secret Behind Winning More League Title ?

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Does having more foreign players in the team yield more titles and more success in the English Premier League? Managers and team owners would seem to think so, as a UEFA club licensing bench-marking report released in 2017 has shown that the English Premier League has the largest percentage of foreign

BIGGEST MISTAKES | Five Incredible Arsenal Players Who Should Never Have Been Sold

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When Arsène Wenger left Arsenal in the summer of 2018, he became the longest-serving manager in England’s top soccer division, the Premier League. Some of the greatest Arsenal players served under the Frenchman while many rued the opportunity. He started his career at the London club in 1996 and has served

Analysing The Gunners’ Chances Of Qualifying For The Champions League Next Season

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Plenty of gripes can still be had, but the Gunners has settled into a respectable groove and fairly decent form as we approach the midpoint of the 2018/19 campaign. The recent Southampton loss snapped a 22-match unbeaten streak for Arsenal across all competitions, and while there were a few too

Five Important Talking Points Ahead Of The Arsenal Vs Burnley Game

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The Gunners will be able to call on home comforts for their Arsenal Vs Burnley clash when the Premier League enters the 18th round of matches on Saturday 22nd December, and while Burnley will be keen on rising off the relegation red zone, The Gunners will be hoping to recover