Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Having notched up five goals and two assists in eight starts playing as a centre-forward, Alexis Sanchez has justified Arsene Wenger’s decision to deploy his best winger as the number nine. However, whether he can be Arsenal’s go-to for goals against all sorts of opposition remains a question. It 

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Alexis Sanchez broke the headlines when the Chilean forward signed from Spanish giants Barcelona for an undisclosed fee, believed to be around £35 million to the Premier League outfit, Arsenal back in July 2014. Arsene Wenger’s men are having a roller-coaster of a 2015-16 season. From title challengers to getting the habit of finishing back 

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With Theo Walcott struggling to find the final touch, Arsene Wenger, in a desperate attempt to further in the Emirates FA Cup – or perhaps, avoid a replay – brought Alexis Sanchez on to replace Danny Welbeck on 67 minutes. Despite much anticipation, he only added to his dismal campaign as he blazed an effort 

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Arsene Wenger   has confirmed that his talisman Alexis Sanchez could start for the first time since limping off against the Canaries earlier this season in their Britannia Stadium visit. Even if the gaffer prefers not to gamble with his injury this weekend, he would doubtless start in the London derby next weekend.As the former Barcelona 

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It appears increasingly likely that Alexis Sanchez will be leaving Barcelona in this summer’s transfer window. Having spent three relatively successful years at the Catalan giants the impending arrival of Luis Suarez from Liverpool has seemingly left him surplus to requirements. His arrival from Udinese in 2011 had been billed as somewhat of a coup 

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