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Super Sunday

Sunday sees two massive games in the English Premier League taking place. Chelsea host Arsenal in the early kick-off, whereas Spurs are set to entertain the Red Devils. Both games are expected to be fairly open attacking encounters, with all of the teams involved having defensive issues of late. TKTG scouts the web and provides […]

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Wenger decides to rely on British core

As a result of the premature departure of his side’s previous leaders – Cesc Fabregas, Robin van Persie and Alex Song to name a few –  it appears that Arsene Wenger has decided to rely on a British core rather than “fickle” foreigners. Losing the likes of Cesc and RVP must have been particularly painful […]

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Same old Arsenal?

After they slumped to a disappointing defeat at Old Trafford, the same old questions over the Gunners manager’s lack of imagination rear their ugly heads once more. Tom McKeown at Goal.com tells us that not much has changed at Arsenal over the past 7 years, since the club’s last major trophy. Although the Gunners started […]

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Wonderful Wilshere the one ray of light for stuttering Arsenal

The huge roar that greeted Jack Wilshere’s first appearance at the Emirates Stadium in 17 months told the story. The story of supporters desperate for something to cheer for after a miserable week in which they had seen their side lose twice and clashed with the board during a hostile AGM. The story of one […]

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Is Arteta the greatest ever panic buy?

In order to succeed in football, you will always need some degree of luck. When August 31st 2011 arrived, Arsène Wenger was running low on it. He had been given the news that Jack Wilshere would be out for Arsenal until at least the start of 2012 and Abou Diaby out indefinitely; in searching for a replacement, […]

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It’s a big season for…

Ahead of the 2012-2013 Premier League season, ESPNsoccernet puts together a selection of ten players who need to deliver.

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