Arsene Wenger has been the subject of torrents from Gunners’ fans in recent seasons, and things could become more intense as this term progresses.
The Frenchman failed to sign a single outfield player during
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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho may dress down for the Capital One Cup, however his team sheets in the competition still show plenty of respect for the opposition.
Chelsea were comfortable for the majority of
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Arsenal are still following Tyrone Mings ahead of a possible move in January, the Mirror claimed.
The Gunners are said to have sent scout Pat Holland to watch the defender at the weekend, in
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Away to Swansea was always a tough fixture. Prior to the match, manager Arsene Wenger said that his side will approach each game as a cup game as the Gunners look to make a
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Arsene Wenger wants to treat every single game from now on as cup games and he fielded an adventurous side despite missing the talisman Jack Wilshere.
However, away to Swansea City was always tough
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Theo Walcott has scored 18 goals this season in all competitions. However, he hasn’t found the net since 30th January against Liverpool.
One of the highlighting features of Arsenal’s season off the pitch is
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Fresh from the wounds of Champions League exit at the hands of Bayern Munich, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger feels his side must consider every game as cup games as the Gunners look to mount
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For the second time since the introduction of a group stage in 1994-95 there will be no English clubs in the quarter-final rounds of Champions League.
Manchester United lost to La Liga giants Real
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It was inevitable. After losing the first leg at home by 3-1 it was clear that Arsenal had a mountain to climb in the second leg against German giants Bayern Munich.
It was hope
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It was evident that the task would be difficult. Arsenal were already down to 3-1 after the first leg at home and it would take miracle to beat German giants Bayern Munich in the
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