Arsene Wenger has arguably commanded the best Premier League team to-date and has overseen the most successful period in Arsenal Football Club’s history. So, it is strange that he cannot command a coat zip. Maybe it isn’t ‘of quality’, I don’t know. Named the ‘Invincibles’, following an astonishing forty-nine game unbeaten run that lasted the 

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At times this season, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has seemed a tad unapproachable media-wise. The Spaniard has been seen as arrogant by many journalists and, watching some of his interviews, it isn’t hard to see why. Recently, after it was confirmed City would go the season trophyless, Guardiola’s response was essentially to say ‘it’s 

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You would have been forgiven for thinking that Saturday’s 3-1 defeat away at West Bromwich Albion had all but confirmed Arsene Wenger’s departure from the Emirates Stadium at the end of the season, yet with reports emerging on Sunday that the Frenchman has communicated his decision to stay beyond June, the Arsenal board are playing 

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Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Summer of 2016 was seen as one of the most significant summers in Arsenal’s history as that could serve as their longest-serving manager Arsene Wenger’s last summer at the club. The manager brought down Mohamed Elneny last winter in light of the club’s dire need of central midfield additions 

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Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Arsenal succumbed to a humiliating 4-3 home defeat to Liverpool in their Premier League opener. Although their season is far from over — at least for now — heading into the second league game in the wake of a victory would have catastrophically boosted their confidence. Having said that, 

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Roy Hodgson promptly resigned from his managerial post after England’s elimination from European Championship, at the hands of minnows Iceland. Gareth Southgate, the current England under-21 manager, is set to take over as the interim manager, with former England coaches and big names such as Brendan Rodgers and Jurgen Klinsmann expected to be announced as 

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Arsene Wenger surprisingly admitted earlier this summer that he would bring in at least three more signings before the transfer window slams shut on August 31. Having brought down only Granit Xhaka so far, he is now rumoured to be eyeing transfers for many a world-beater such as Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Medhi Benatia. With the 

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With Jamie Vardy’s arrival now almost a certainty, it remains to be seen how the newly-rejuvenated Arsenal social media team are going to announce it, after winning the Internet over with the way they made the signing of Granit Xhaka official. Having wrapped up two top-notch signings much before the commencement of European Championship, Arsene 

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Having lifted three Premier League titles, six Football Association Cup trophies and six Community Shields, Arsene Wenger remains one of the most successful managers of the modern era. Unlike most other gaffers of his era, he has accomplished plenty despite not being a spendthrift. Given his outstanding finance management, he can be mooted as an 

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Arsene Wenger sets foot in his twentieth season as the Arsenal manager next season having won the most FA Cup trophies – tied with George Ramsay on six – and three Premier League titles. Notwithstanding the fact that every English club will relish welcoming him, his job is in jeopardy, as there have been rumours 

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Having almost spurned the chance to capitalise on the misfortunes of Chelsea and the Manchester clubs and claim the top spot, Arsene Wenger has been getting a lot of stick from Arsenal supporters. However, thanks to the unavailability of ready replacements and Wenger lining Stan Kroenke’s pockets exactly how the American wants him to, he 

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Despite tweaking their game plan to espouse dogged defending and high press, Arsenal succumbed to a 2-0 defeat at home to treble winners Barcelona on Tuesday night. With Arsene Wenger acceding that his side has a measly 5% probability of turning things around in front of 80,000 Barcelona faithful in Spain, the Gunners may as 

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