What next for Arsenal?

They may yet finish the campaign empty-handed, but this has turned out to be a momentous season for Arsenal. Though he had seemed untouchable for most of his two decades at the club, Arsène Wenger has finally decided that the time is right to move on. While there may be many Gunners fans who regret…

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Arsenal – Atletico Madrid: Match Preview

Tonight sees Arsenal in their first European semi-final since 2009, with the team against notable opposition in Atletico Madrid. Fortunately for the Gunners, the Spanish team aren’t in the best of form currently; with just three wins in their last eight games. However, Wenger’s side mustn’t underestimate a team with the likes of Diego Costa and Antoine…

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The Aubameyang/Lacazette Problem: Explained

If you’re an Arsenal fan, or any other English football fan for that matter, you’ve probably seen vague explanations of how fitting Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette into the same lineup is going to prove an impossible task for the new Arsenal manager. “They’ll be too open defensively”, “lol what a fifa lineup”, and “they…

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Wenger hoping Wilshere will stay

The Arsenal manager has said that he hopes Jack Wilshere will stay at the club, but understands if the player choices to move elsewhere. The club has offered the midfielder a new contract, but with the player always struggling to keep fit, the deal is less paid then his current deal. However, the deal does…

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Arsenal 5 – Everton 1: Player Ratings

It was a clear day at the Emirates Stadium where Arsenal faced Everton in the Premier League. Arsène Wenger fielded a 4-2-3-1 formation, with a starting line-up of: Cech, Bellerín, Koscielny, Mustafi, Monreal, Xhaka, Ramsey, Iwobi, Özil, Mkhitaryan and Aubameyang. Whereas Sam Allardyce fielded a 3-4-3 formation, starting: Pickford, Mangala, Keane, Williams, Kenny, Martina, Schneiderlin,…

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