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The return of the ‘club’ manager

The classic rivalry between Arsene Wenger and Alex Ferguson is remembered as one of the key battles of the Premier League era. The war of wits between the two managers and the angry words often exchanged were almost as thrilling as the action on the field. But Ferguson’s retirement in 2013 broke up the rivalry, […]

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Get Out Of Jail Free (Bronze Edition) – this time it’s truly make or break for Arsenal (Episode 16)

Episode 16 “Get Out Of Jail Free (Bronze Edition)” Dave, Charlie and Paul discuss the Aubameyang contract saga, Dani Ceballos’ loan renewal, the players we’re prepared to sell and those we’d rather keep (there aren’t that many of them!)  They then turn their attention to Saturday’s Cup Final – possible formations and tactics, predictions, and […]

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Arteta’s first home match closes a mixed decade – What is his plan and which Chelsea will turn up?

The last decade for Arsenal has seen some positive and negative factors. On the plus side, Arsene Wenger won three FA Cups, moved to the Emirates Stadium. On the down side, Arsenal have recently sacked their manager Unai Emery. The Arsenal dwindling fan base for home fixtures has reduced, and financial results are apparently down […]

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Chelsea Draw Though Uninspiring Shows Resilience

Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho’s ten encounter may not have been a classic, but perhaps did show a changing in the tide. Mourinho has never lost to Wenger in their ten meetings during his two spells in charge of Chelsea having won five and now drawn five but last night’s tie proved just the second […]

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