With Jack Wilshere’s heading into the 2017-18 campaign with a fractured leg, many Arsenal supporters wanted him offloaded, as they predicted him to down the same path as those of Abou Diaby or perennial Arsenal target Yohan Gourcuff. It was merely a knee-jerk reaction, however, as it was the first significant injury he had sustained 

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Alexis Sanchez sparked the Premier League alight with his swashbuckling bravado when he made the unprecedented switch from Barcelona in the summer of 2014. For Arsenal fans, his arrival in England sent an astute message of a club steadily rebuilding, having previously secured another star billing in Mesut Ozil the previous summer. In stark contrast 

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The saga that saw Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain turn down Chelsea to join Liverpool was one of the tales of the transfer window. The England international left the comfort of Arsenal with dreams of playing as a central midfielder, and had refused to sign a new contract with the Gunners. Arsene Wenger bought Oxlade-Chamberlain as a fresh-faced 

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ESPN, via The Sun, report that Borussia Dortmund wonder kid Christian Pulisic is being pursued by Europe’s elite. Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham are all intent on bringing the American international to the Premier League. The 19-year-old was snapped up by Dortmund when he first burst onto the scene and has since progressed into an exciting 

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Last weekend, Blues eventually ended up at a draw after winning three consecutive wins following their first defeat against Burnley, allowing the Gunners to earn their first point at the Bridge in six visits.   Build-up play in the First Half In the first half, Chelsea actively initiated their build-up play from the back. However, 

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When determining genuine football greats, it must be considered whether the concerned player changed the way the game of football is played. The blueprint for being a world-class centre-forward who performs at the highest level was laid out by Arsenal and France legend Thierry Henry. When one thinks of great strikers, past and present, it 

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It was Arsenal before the international break and Liverpool after it. Both sides were thumped 4-0, and that it was Liverpool who inflicted the humiliation on Arsenal, only to be turned over by Manchester City, is an odd yet lamentable symmetry. I do not support either side, in fact, they’re supposed to be a rival 

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Thomas Muller could be set for a move to the Premier League. According to TalkSport, Muller is said to be unhappy with his reduced role at Bayern Munich and will leave if it continues. Juventus are said to be monitoring the situation very closely, but Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea are also interested in taking 

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As another crazy transfer window passes, we evaluate how each team has done. Unsurprisingly, people are saying that Arsenal have had the worst window.  It all started off so well with the signings Alexandre Lacazette and Sead Kolasinac. Then, all of a sudden, it went downhill. With players like Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Gabriel and Wojciech Szczesny 

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Real Madrid sensationally rejected the chance to sign Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal in the closing days of the transfer window. Sanchez was the recipient of multiple bids from Manchester City, with their final one arriving on Deadline Day in excess of £55 million, but Arsenal refused to budge. Yet in a surprising move, reports in Spain 

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Liverpool are set launch a bid for Arsenal Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain from under the noses of Chelsea, understands Mirror Sport. Chelsea have been linked with the England international all summer, but are yet to make an actual bid – and although Antonio Conte, according to several reports, remains keen, he could be about to lose one 

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One of the take home points from the opening weekend of the 2017/18 Premier League season was just how little has changed at both Arsenal and Liverpool with the defensive issues that plagued their respective efforts last year still alarmingly present in their first matches this season. Arsenal just about grabbed a 4-3 victory at 

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Two years ago, Claudio Ranieri masterminded one of the greatest achievements to ever grace the English game. After heavy criticism upon his arrival, the Italian managed to steer his Foxes from relegation-battlers to Premier League champions with a team of free-agents, big-club rejectees and aging has-beens. Sorry Mark Schwarzer… In many ways, this episode of 

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