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Liverpool vs Arsenal: Match Review

This fixture never fails to disappoint. Over the years, Liverpool vs Arsenal has been an action packed fixture filled with mesmerizing attacking play. This stems from the fact that both teams attack better than they defend. This time though, Liverpool’s attack absolutely dismantled the Arsenal defense whereas the Arsenal attack

Super Sunday Preview:Liverpool vs Arsenal.

Liverpool host Arsenal on Sunday afternoon in what promises to be a captivating encounter with both sides looking for nothing less than 3 points in order to head into the international break on a high. Arsenal‘s loss at Stoke has once again heaped pressure on Arsene Wenger, and this represents

Julian Draxler: Where does he go now?

This transfer market just seems to amaze us. Who would have thought that at this late stage PSG would put one of footballs’ hottest properties on the market? Just as we thought things were starting to settle down a bit in the market, we get another transfer bombshell. Julian Draxler

Arsenal vs Leicester: Match Review

It’s been an exhilarating first weekend to the Premier League which has had everything, red cards, poor defending, great attacking, controversial decisions and of course, goals. All this kicked off on Friday night when Arsenal faced of Leicester. As usual, there was a sense of optimism around the Emirates, but as

The Arsenal Monthly: July

Ah, July. The month where teams like to make their top transfer targets real transfers, get their first team decided and get their players fit for the upcoming season. Arsenal have managed to get their man this month, acquiring Alex Lacazette. Sead Kolasinac was acquired earlier. If you’d have asked

Arsenal : It’s Time.

It’s been a long while since Arsenal last lifted the Premier League trophy and in every season since then Arsenal always seem to be 3–4 players away from a major trophy. Last season though, they finished 5th and didn’t even qualify for the Champions League and although that looks extremely

Arsene Wenger: Correct to continue?

By Varun Shah, It has been 21 years since that infamous headline ‘Arsene who’ was published in many British newspapers. It was a bold move by Arsenal to appoint a man who was relatively unknown, managing a Japanese team called Grampus Eight prior to Arsenal. In the 21 years to follow,

Power shift in North London?

A rivalry that spans more than a century, 104 years to be precise, one of English football’s biggest rivalries started in 1913 when Arsenal, then called Woolwich Arsenal moved to Highbury, a stadium built just four miles away from Tottenham’s White Hart Lane. Over the years, this rivalry has seen

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