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Danny Welbeck should take Louis van gaal criticism as motivation says,arsene wenger

Denny Welbeck who joined arsenal from Manchester united has been criticized by his previous boss Louis Van Gaal on has goal scoring record. However,  Arsene wenger said that he should use it as extra motivation as he faces his old club on Saturday. 137 more words

Welbeck: I considered Manchester United exit for a year

Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck admits that he had long considered his Manchester United future before eventually leaving
Old Trafford on transfer deadline day.
Welbeck joined Arsenal on a permanent £16 million… 228 more words

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Arsenal v Man Utd Team News

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The team news ahead of the game is that Theo Walcott has suffered a setback on his comeback injury with a groin injury so is a major doubt. 214 more words

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England's diamonds are beginning to sparkle...but they still need polishing

The World Cup was a torrid time for us England fans. Any pre-tournament optimism proved to be dumbfounded and pessimism possibly wasn’t enough as we dejectedly boarded our trains to work sans-free-newspaper for fear of one glimpse of the embarassed face of Roy Hodgson splattered across the back pages triggering a full on breakdown in the midst of our fellow commuters, following our unenthusiastic performance in Brazil. 942 more words

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Manchester United vs Arsenal: Louis Van Gaal relaxed ahead of Danny Welbeck reunion

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has no regrets about selling Danny Welbeck to Arsenal, according to AFP, he said as the England striker prepares to face his former club on Saturday. 587 more words

By Olatunji Morenikeji

Arsenal Preview: Missing Highbury's Bloodthirsty Claustrophobia

Morning.

Arsenal are on the horizon. Each year when this one comes around I find it difficult not to come over a little misty-eyed, daydreaming about when Keane and Vieira were ready to rip each other’s throat out before the game had even started. 964 more words

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HODGSON DESERVES SOME CREDIT

After England’s woeful exit at last Summer’s World Cup, I thought manager Roy Hodgson’s position as manager was untenable. He tried to make the team more attacking and he did, but it was gung-ho and naïve. 769 more words

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