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Paulo Dybala - The striker in demand

Paulo Dybala. Unless you’ve avoided all transfer rumours for the past two months, you would have heard about Palermo’s latest striking sensation from South America. Following in the footsteps of Edinson Cavani and Javier Pastore, who both started their European careers at Palermo, Dybala is set to make a big money move this summer. 841 more words

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Arsenal Review: A New Dawn?

The last time I wrote about Arsenal was just after the Winter Transfer Window had closed and Arsenal had brought in Gabriel from Villareal to solve the backup CB spot and Krystian Bieik from Legia Warsaw to send to the Reserves.  1,364 more words

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FA Cup: Sanchez fires Gunners into final

The Gunners needed an extra-time goal from Sanchez to overcome lower-league Reading 2-1 in the semifinals of the FA Cup on Saturday. They will get the chance to retain their title by facing Aston Villa in their last match of the season as Sherwood’s side stunned Liverpool 2-1 on Sunday. 1,306 more words

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Hunting for Poachers: Giroud, the Archetypal Striker

Rumors as to Arsenal opening their ‘war chest’ have floated season after season. Arsenal have been linked with <enter expensive striker’s name> since the mid 2000s. 462 more words

3 things learnt from Arsenal's victory over Burnley

Over the weekend Arsenal continued their 8 unbeaten run of games with a 1-0 win over Burnley. It’s their best consecutive games tally for 10 years since the invincible season. 191 more words

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Burnley vs. Arsenal: Gunners go 5 points clear of Citizens

The Gunners improved their chances of skipping the Champions League playoffs this summer by edging Burnley 1-0 on Saturday to consolidate second place in the Premier League. 1,502 more words

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Olivier Giroud 'proud' of Arsenal's fighting performance at Burnley

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has praised his teammates for their performance at Turf Moor against Burnley on Saturday after the Gunners secured a hard-fought 1-0 win. 347 more words

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