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The Emery Conundrum: – Take a Deep Breath Everyone, let’s Look Before we Leap and Make Things Worse

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I’m going to say it first and then work backwards. Unai Emery needs to leave Arsenal ! There, it’s out, however, I am incredibly wary about the next move, even though it’s clear that Emery is a poor fit. Social media is awash with a list of candidates to replace the

Unai Emery Proven Right About Neymar As The Brazilian Seems All Set For PSG Departure

Arsenal, Unai Emery, Kroenke

Unai Emery looked suitably tired, whenever the subject of Neymar came into the conversation. In modern football, highly paid players have more power than anyone ever imagined. They have the ability in some cases to oust a manager and we’ve seen our fair share of that in the premiership with Chelsea,

Outcast Ozil Finally Finds A Way To Pave An Exit At The Emirates But Is That What Arsenal Need ?

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This season has finished with the ultimate cliff hanger, like a scene from a traditional western with its obligatory gunfight in the streets of a dusty old town. The two gunslingers emerge and the towns inhabitance furiously scamper for cover. Usually in the nearby saloon that never closes under any

Arsenal Legend Urges Emery To Target AS Roma Legend Plus Arsenal Offer for PSG Star Revealed As Emery Looks To Rebuild The Squad

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Arsenal’s move for PSG Belgian right-back, Thomas Meunier (27) has suffered a set back. The London club had shown firm interest in Meunier and a fee of £22m had been suggested but Arsenal were then joined in the bidding by Manchester United. https://twitter.com/TransfersLlVE/status/1135922567947198471?s=19 However, it appears that both may miss out because

Is He Staying or Going ? The battle Arsenal face to offload Mesut Ozil And What’s About To Happen This Summer

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It would appear that it’s easier to prize a barnacle off a barge than it is to find Mesut Ozil a new club. It’s no use denying that Arsenal and Unai Emery want to dispense with the inconsistent German’s services after a season of benchings, supposed injuries, illnesses and no

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