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25th April 2016: Wenger on Sunderland + Wilshere on comeback

Welcome back. It turns out Arsenal aren’t the only bottlers in north London after all, because Tottenham hilariously failed to beat West Brom at home tonight, which means a win for Leicester at Manchester United on Sunday, or defeat for Sp*rs at Chelsea a day later, will see the Foxes crowned champions. 615 more words


Sunderland v Arsenal Review: Will We Finish In The Top Four? 

It was a game that both teams needed to win for different reasons at the opposite ends of the table. It was a familiar situation for both teams as well as we were trying to stay in the top four/three (as usual) and Sunderland were trying to get out of the relegation zone (as usual). 640 more words


Boring Boring Arsenal: The Stilted Loyalty of Arsène Wenger

When Patrick Vieira was asked in a documentary with Roy Keane what Arsène Wenger’s greatest strength was, he replied ‘loyalty’. When asked what his greatest weakness was, he repeated the same answer, ‘loyalty’. 1,288 more words


Breaking Down The Race For The Top Four

Written By: Bhavdeep Singh

The race for the top 4 this season is indeed an interesting one, while nearly champions Leicester City have secured a spot in the Champions League, and  Tottenham Hotspurs should not have a problem doing the same, the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th spots are up for grabs. 394 more words

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Wenger frustrated as Arsenal fail to win against Sunderland

Arsene Wenger was once again the center of attention this weekend in the Barclays Premier League. Having gone from “Invincible” to top four non league winners. 288 more words

Sunderland vs. Arsenal: Gunners slip to 4th after lack of penetration exposed in 0-0 draw

Sterile domination. What’s the use of enjoying 70% of ball possession if you can’t even score? There was no glaring miss from the Gunners while Mannone made four good saves that you would expect from a decent goalkeeper. 1,072 more words


23rd April 2016: Can we beat Sunderland to snatch back third spot?

Saturday greetings. So it’s Sunderland away tomorrow afternoon and after Manchester City today handed Stoke their second 4-0 drubbing inside a week, we need all three points if we’re to take back third spot in the standings. 431 more words