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Why Gary Nevile Took the Valencia Job

Gary Neville was a bold football pundit. He made tactical analysis of many Premier League games. Oftenly, the former Man Utd defender found mistakes in some of Premier League teams’ strategy and gave solutions too. 201 more words

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Keiran Gibbs - Pastures New or Part of Arsenal Future?

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Holding the 2014 F.A Cup aloft and looking down at the huge crowd of adoring Gooners, Kieran Gibbs could view his season and his future with a sense of optimism. 857 more words


8th February 2016: Arsenal look to Leicester

Welcome back. Although there’s still nearly a week to go before we welcome league leaders Leicester City to Emirates stadium on Sunday, Arsene Wenger, Aaron Ramsey and Hector Bellerin had a few words to offer on the Foxes when they spoke to the media after yesterday’s win at Bournemouth. 776 more words


Bournemouth vs. Arsenal: Gunners stay in title race with clinical 2-0 win

Arsenal defeated Bournemouth 2-0 on Sunday to snap a four-game winless streak in the Premier League and stay in contention, five points behind leader Leicester and level on points with Tottenham. 1,398 more words


Bournemouth v Arsenal Review: Can We Catch The Foxes?!

In the words of manager Arsene Wenger this was a must win game if we are to win the title and close the gap on leaders Leicester. 309 more words


Author: Francis Da Gunner

  • Leicester City an kal zel.
  • Player ropui lei hi Team ropuina a ni kher lo.
  • Tun season a tuma rinkai lo leh beisei loh Leicester chuan Premier League table ah an hmahruaina an la chhunzawm zel a, nizanah champion title inchuhnaa an elpui lian berte zing ami Manchester City chu an khelmualah 1-3 in an hneh leh bawk. 248 more words

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    6th February 2016: Premier League Preview - Arsenal to face familiar A-foe-be

    Good evening. Arsenal face south-coast opposition for the second time inside a week when we travel to Bournemouth tomorrow afternoon, looking to secureĀ our first Premier League win in five fixtures. 1,167 more words