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25th November 2015: Awesome Ozil and spritely Sanchez keep us alive

Greetings. So our 3-0 win over Dinamo Zagreb last night, combined with Bayern Munich’s 4-0 success against Olympiacos, keeps alive our hopes of progressing to the knock-out stages of the Champions League. 743 more words


Gunners have hope to take to Greece

There was a strange atmosphere at the Emirates on Tuesday. This was partly because Dinamo Zagreb are hardly exciting opponents to face, and partly because a win might not have been good enough to keep Arsenal in the Champions League. 1,031 more words


Drogba Backs Cech And Arsenal For EEPL

Backing Cech and Arsenal for the premier league trophy is former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba. 204 more words


Arsenal in the champions league

Arsenal defeated Dinamo Zagreb with a comfortable 3-0 win to bolster their chance of reaching to the next round of the champions league. After two consecutive losses to Dinamo Zagreb and Olympiacos, Arsenal have fought back to earn a chance to avoid an early exit at the group stage of the champions league.The last game of the group stage between Arsenal and Olymiacos will decide who will take the second spot to progress to the next round. 184 more words


Beeldspraak: Mesut Özil

“Er is niemand zoals Mesut Özil”, zegt Chelsea-trainer José Mourinho als Real Madrid de Duitse spelmaker aan Arsenal verkoopt. Fans van The Gunners omarmden hem in zijn eerste seizoen, al ging het daarna een stuk lastiger. 66 more words

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Arsenal 3-0 Dinamo Zagreb

Arsenal set up a decisive final match against Olympiakos in Greece in Group F of the Champions League following a comfortable victory over Dinamo Zagreb. Arsenal were in control from the start, with Zagreb spending a lot of time in their half and unable to relieve the pressure for any extended period of time, but Arsenal were unable to create many chances as Eduardo remained untested. 187 more words


Theory, Practice and Jordan Henderson (Part 2)



finished last week’s column by summarising the sports-writer Kevin McCauley’s conclusion about the relationship between sporting philosophy and the way it is enacted on the pitch; for him, a coach may, by taking the theoretical and instilling it into his players through practice, in fact embody the theoretical within the real world. 1,139 more words