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Solskjaer needs to jettison Pogba after the player is told to have an operation by his advisors.

Pogba, Pogba loyalty bonus, Paul

Ole Gunner Solskjaer looked like a man who had been caught by the security guard trying to exit a store without paying after the Arsenal game. United lost to Arsenal by two goals, in what was a frustrating encounter for the Reds. Paul Pogba was an absentee to the game

Is Sean Dyche the Obvious Choice to Manage Arsenal and Will Football Snobbery Discount him as an Option

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There’s been quite a swing in favour of support for Sean Dyche to replace Unai Emery at Arsenal and it’s rather surprising in the light of the big names available and all the usual suspects that the media continues to promote. Many see him as a George Graham figure, one that

Going, Going, Gone | Emery’s time at Arsenal draws to a close.

Arsenal, Unai Emery, Kroenke

Raul Sanllehi is under pressure to define his era in the hot seat at the Emirates and underline his control in his position as Head of Football. The wheels have well and truly come off the wagon since the new hierarchy took charge and appointed Unai Emery. Emery had a reasonable

Probable Lineups as Arsenal Face Southampton in a Clash Which Essentially Decides Which Manager gets to Keep Their job

Arsenal Vs Southampton, Southampton

In all honesty, the international break was welcome this time around because it gave Arsenal and Unai Emery a chance to fathom out what is fundamentally wrong at the Emirates and allowed the Spaniard sufficient time to put it right. The visit of Southampton is not what Arsenal need right now.

What Exactly is so Rotten Inside Arsenal’s Dressing Room That Sheffield United Could Actually Make Arsenal Look Like the Newly Promoted Team

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No Ceballos, no Torreira, Holding, Tierney, Ozil or Bellerin and the first thought that came to mind was that if Sheffield United pressed hard with the defensive line up of Arsenal, consisting of Chambers, Sokratis, Luiz and Kolasinac, there would eventually be some reward. Quite how Emery views team selection on

Arsenal need to solve their identity crisis to beat a determined Bournemouth.

Arsenal Vs Bournemouth

On paper Arsenal should breeze past Bournemouth but that might not necessarily be the case due to the gunners current indifferent league form. It will be interesting to see the formation at the Emirates and that might give some clue as to what are likely to get. Having said that, it’s

Cisse On Board : Can Pape Abou Cisse Be The Ultimate Solution To Arsenal’s Shaky Defence?

Pape Abou Cisse, Cisse

Anyone looking at footage of Arsenal’s latest defensive target, Pape Abou Cisse, currently with Olympiakos, will notice that he looks like Paul Pogba without the attitude. The next thing you would notice in Cisse is his intimidating presence and physicality at 6 feet, 6 inches. Short of wearing a price tag

Another Example Of How Arsenal Are Killing Their Academy System And Youth Players By Doing This

Arsenal, Arsedevils, Champions League

Arsenal Academy pledge is a shameful con, as Arsenal football club clears out its assets. Arsenal recently implied that their academy will feature heavily in the clubs long term future. So much was made of its potential and the amount of quality players that had been developed through the system. I

Positives From Cardiff Game As We Take A Look At Three Players Who Excelled For Arsenal On Sunday


Arsenal won their first away game of the season  as they defeated Cardiff City in their home turf. Arsenal scored early in the form of a well directed header by Mustafi. Although,the Bluebirds equalized in the dying minutes of the first half with Camarasa beating Cech making it 1-1 for Cardiff just

All You Need To Know About the French Teenage Wonder-kid that Arsenal have CONFIRMED as their Fifth signing of the Window

Matteo Guendouzi, fc lorrient midfielder to arsenal, young french midfielder to arsenal,Guendouzi

Arsenal has officially signed 19 year old midfielder Matteo Guendouzi from Ligue 2 team Lorient for an undisclosed fee - which is believed to be in a region of 8 million euros. Arsenal has lately been on a shopping spree with new head Coach Unai Emery wasting no time to bolster