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Chelsea Vs Arsenal Predicted Lineups | Arteta Puts Huge Emphasis on a win at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea vs Arsenal

Arteta and his men travel to Stamford Bridge for the Chelsea vs Arsenal fixture tonight. The Blues will be looking to complete the Premier League double over their visitors, having won 2-1 in the reverse fixture at the Emirates last month. The last time these two sides met at the Emirates,

Arsenal’s Anonymity Behind Who’s Pulling the Strings During the Transfer Window Casts one big Shadow on Potential Recruits

Arsenal transfer, Arsenal, transfer activity

There’s a burning question that needs clarification at Arsenal football club. Who’s pulling the strings in terms of transfer activity ? Since Unai Emery’s reign, I’ve long suspected that the Gunners complicated management structure has meant that an array of people are involved in the transfer activity and negotiation processes. Everyone

Arteta’s Arsenal moving in a different direction Suggests its Time to say Adios to Ceballos

loan deal, Arsenal loan deals, Ceballos

Arsenal under Arteta are showing signs of development and are finally demonstrating a move in the forward direction. Even so, the manager needs support in order to fulfill his plans and the team needs rebuilding in various areas including the midfield and it appears Dani Ceballos is not among those

Edu Using his Contacts to try to Land the Future Brazilian Midfield General for Arsenal

Bruno Guimaraes, Bruno Guimaraes to Arsenal, Guimaraes

The rumours are fairly solid concerning Arsenal and their interest in Bruno Guimaraes (22) of Athletico Paranaense. There has been competition in the form of a scouting party from Chelsea and a more substantial inquiry from Benfica but Arsenal’s technical director Edu appears to have put the North London club

Edu Arsenal’s Secret Weapon in the Coming Transfer Windows as he Identifies Brazil’s emerging Talents

Edu, Edu Gasper

When Edu was appointed Arsenal’s technical director not many paid that much attention. Candidates with much bigger profiles had spurned the post or weren’t even considered, leaving Edu to be seen by many as the last man standing with no obvious competition. Monchi, Overmars and Mislintat were discounted quickly and

Nigerian Billionaire Dangote a Serious Contender or a Shameless Self Publicist

Aliko Dangote, Arsenal buyout

Over the last few years Aliko Dangote has outlined his plans to buy out Stan Kroenke at Arsenal. With a personal fortune estimated at $10.6bn, Dangote has the greens but is this high rolling Arsenal devotee genuinely interested or is it just a publicity stunt to promote himself and his

Could Arsenal’s Decreasing Revenues Facilitate a Hostile Take Over by Dangote

Stan Kroenke, Aliko Dangote

It’s easy to dismiss Aliko Dangote’s claims that he will table a bid with Stan Kroenke to buy Arsenal football club in 2021 but there are financial implications that could make it entirely plausible. Kroenke has presided over a team that is currently in accelerated decline domestically and on the

Aubameyang’s Absence Leaves the Door Open for Three Players to Step up and Make an Impact

Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, Aubameyang

A great many Arsenal supporters must have placed their heads in their hands at the news of three match suspension for Pierre Emerick Aubameyang. There was a general fear that it was another blow to an already battered and beleaguered side that is struggling to hit the heights. The offending tackle

Aubameyang Suspension may Hand Martinelli a Golden Opportunity to Showcase his Talents

Aubameyang, Martinelli

The Aubameyang tackle on Crystal Palace’s Max Meyer was simply a poorly timed tackle executed by a striker trying to make a contribution in the wrong direction. It looked bad when it happened and on MOTD slo mo, looked even worse. It was an undeniable ‘ouch’ moment but it was

Arteta Faces a Struggle in the Coming Weeks Without new Faces at the Emirates

Arsenal, Arsenal vs Standard Liege

Sheffield United, Chelsea, Bournemouth, Burnley and Newcastle United are Arsenal’s opponents in the coming weeks and unless Arsenal can stop getting draws or defeats and can start winning games, things will look considerably worse come the end of February. One can always borrow the theory from the Bourne trilogy which states

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