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Arsenal's long road to catch Tottenham

If you don’t already know, St. Totteringham’s day is the day of the season Arsenal fans celebrate when Tottenham can no longer pass them in the league table. 783 more words

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Reality check needed Mr. Wenger - Spurs could be the new (old) Arsenal

Arsene denies that the Gunners are underdogs in this weekend’s North London derby. He might be referring to Arsenal’s modest record of winning most of the previous games with their long term rivals. 405 more words

Opinion

Wenger: I Can Manage A National Team

Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger says it is possible he could branch into national management, when he leaves Arsenal.

Wenger is the longest serving manager in the EPL, having managed Arsenal since 1996, but has been under pressure in the past months. 180 more words

News

WILSHERE NEED BY ENGLAND AND ARSENAL SAYS ADAMS

Tony Adams has urged Arsene Wenger and Gareth Southgate to make greater use of Arsenal playmaker Jack Wilshere.

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Wilshere was left out of Southgate’s England squad for upcoming friendlies against Germany and Brazil, with West Brom’s Jake Livermore and Burnley’s Jack Cork called up ahead of him as injury replacements. 314 more words

Transfer News

Manchester City vs. Arsenal: Gunners out of title race after 3-1 loss

   Sunday’s 3-1 defeat at Manchester City made clear that the Gunners are not contenders in the Premier League this season. They dropped to 6th place in the standings, 12 points behind the Citizens. 2,219 more words

Football

Reality Check

We came. We saw. We were conquered. It wasn’t a complete bashing. It wasn’t the best performance either. But there were flashes of optimism surrounded by the dark clouds of reality, and that reality is simply that Manchester City are a better football team than Arsenal at this moment in time, so much so that the scoreline probably reflected the difference in quality exactly. 1,187 more words

Wenger says "difficult" to see anyone stopping City

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has said Manchester City might win the Premier League after his side lost 3-1 at the Etihad on Sunday – a result which left him fuming at referee Michael Oliver. 282 more words

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