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Ian Wright unsure 'panicky' Mkhitaryan and Aubameyang move
Ian Wright believes Arsenal's decision to pursue Manchester United midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Borrusia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 'all feels a bit panicky'.
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Nketiah - I feel sharp and read the game better
Forward explains how first-team football has helped him, after scoring brace in under-23s win
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Alexis Sanchez transfer shock: Man Utd target SIGNED Man City contract
ALEXIS SANCHEZ is nearing a move to Manchester United this month… but he’s already signed on the dotted line for rivals Manchester City this season....
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Alexis Sanchez WAG gallery as Arsenal star’s girlfriend Mayte Rodriguez’s Instagram is hijacked by transfer-hungry Manchester United fans
Alexis Sanchez WAG Mayte Rodriguez has been getting messages from Manchester United fans Sanchez to Manchester United transfer looks increasingly close after latest reports The 29-year-old is currently involved with attractive Chilean actress Rodriguez SEE ALSO: Chris Smalling WAG gallery: HOT pics of Manchester United star’s wife Sam Cooke SEE ALSO: Paulo Dybala WAG gallery: Hottest pics of Manchester United transfer target’s girlfriend Ginevra Sozzi Alexis Sanchez WAG Mayte Rodriguez has been inundated with messages from Manchester United fans ahead of her partner’s possi...
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On Exploitation and Taking Chances: Arsenal Contracts and Young Defenders
There is an absurdity to it all, that is so typically Arsenal. We’re in the throes of watching our best player walk away The post On Exploitation and Taking Chances: Arsenal Contracts and Young Defenders appeared first on A Cultured Left Foot.
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On Exploitation and Taking Chances: Arsenal Contracts and Young Defenders
There is an absurdity to it all, that is so typically Arsenal. We’re in the throes of watching our best player walk away The post On Exploitation and Taking Chances: Arsenal Contracts and Young Defenders appeared first on A Cultured Left Foot.
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Alexis Sanchez transfer turns nasty: Man Utd source sends ‘HATE FIGURE’ warning over deal
HENRIKH MKHITARYAN could become a “hate figure” at Old Trafford if he ruins the Alexis Sanchez deal, a Manchester United source has warned. ...
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Zelalem to stay at Arsenal in January transfer window to continue rehab
The highly-rated youngster is recovering from a serious knee injury and won't be heading out on loan
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Manager name-drops Liverpool in latest £44.5m Arsenal-target update
Bordeaux manager Jocelyn Gourvennec has set the cat among the pigeons with his latest comments regarding 20-year-old forward Malcom. The post Manager name-drops Liverpool in latest £44.5m Arsenal-target update appeared first on Daily Cannon.
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Man Utd Blew Club out of Window with Terms up to $552,000-a-week
Manchester United need are expected to complete the signing Alexis Sanchez if reports in the media are anything to go by. The Chilean international is a world class superstar, who was also wanted by Manchester City but reports suggest that Man Utd beat off competition from their neighbors and rivals by offering huge terms to the attacking star. Different wages have been mentioned in the media as far as Alexis’ salary is concerned. Most recently, Mirror have claimed that Man Utd blew Man City out of the window with personal terms of up to £400,000-a-week ($552,000-a-week) and a signing on fee of £30million. Also Read: Manchester...
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Man Utd star confirms desire to play for ‘favourite team’ Arsenal as talks continue
Henrikh Mkhitaryan currently holds the key to Alexis Sanchez’s proposed move to Manchester United but the attacker should eventually agree to join Arsenal if old quotes are anything to go by. As per widespread reports this week, United are the front-runners to sign Sanchez but the proposed deal involves Mkhitaryan heading to Arsenal in the opposite direction. Terms have already been agreed between Sanchez and United but Mkhitaryan is yet to come to an agreement with Arsenal with his agent Mino Raiola confirming yesterday the playmaker is in no rush to leave Old Trafford and wants what’s best for him, not everybody else. There are fears...
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Signed, ruined, sold. Concerns as another player joins the list of potential exits…
Morning all. When Sven Goran Eriksson decided to take Theo Walcott to the World Cup back in 2006, I think many football fans thought the Swede had gone mad. In hindsight, I think he had. This was the biggest international competition in the game and there he was taking a massive chance on a player who’d […] Source: Highbury House
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Walcott on his way, Mkhitaryan reservations, Wilshere’s contract offer, and more
Morning all, it’s still about transfers, and the Alexis Sanchez situation remains the most complicated and irritating, so let’s start somewhere else. Theo Walcott went to Merseyside yesterday to have a medical with Everton. Here he is in the car with some Everton people on his way to have the medical or after the medical. […] The post Walcott on his way, Mkhitaryan reservations, Wilshere’s contract offer, and more appeared first on Arseblog ... an Arsenal blog.
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Arsenal’s transfers only confused by the needy media seeking to be at the centre
By Tony Attwood Tucked away at the foot of a long article in the Guardian about Arsenal’s transfer of Aubameyang is this notion “It remains unclear if Dortmund are willing to sell this month given the lack of time to secure a replacement.” That is quite a killer in terms of a deal, because if [...]
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Why do Arsenal want Aubameyang, what can he offer and how risky is it?
Seemingly out of nowhere, Arsenal now look likely to sign Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Yes, really. Since moving to Germany in 2013, he’s scored 141 times in 212 appearances for Dortmund. Even more amazingly, he’s netted 116 in 139 since the club started to use him as a striker. Gerd Müller is the only […] The post Why do Arsenal want Aubameyang, what can he offer and how risky is it? appeared first on Arseblog ... an Arsenal blog.
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10 years of Untold: trying to deal with the fake news of football
By Tony Attwood Although when I started Untold I don’t think the phrase “Fake News” existed – fake news was certainly out there big time. In fact I think there is an argument to say that football reporting in the media has been focused primarily on fake news all the time. Transfer reporting is of [...]
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Robbie Burton continuing to impress for Arsenal U18s
Arsenal U18s have played some excellent, cohesive football at times this season and Robbie Burton has often been heavily involved. This is an important season for the Welsh midfielder as he attempts to earn his first professional contract at Arsenal and he is certainly doing everything possible to try and convince the club to retain his […]
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Distraction Techniques and Economic Lies: Transfer Strategy at Arsenal
For Gazidis and Wenger, it’s a welcome respite. Transfer talk always distracts from the fundamental issues plaguing the club, even if the departures The post Distraction Techniques and Economic Lies: Transfer Strategy at Arsenal appeared first on A Cultured Left Foot.
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Arsenal: The truth is out there, but is hiding under the blanket.
By Tony Attwood More from the Fiction Department at Minitrue. So the 10th anniversary has passed and we have posted 7,800 articles over those 10 years. This is 7,801 and time to move on, perhaps occasionally remembering one or two more things from the past as we go, but thinking more about what we can [...]
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Transfer stories a distraction, but a welcome one – full round up
It’s all about transfers today which ordinarily would be a welcome topic, but is even more so because it’s at least some distraction to everything else. You get the sense that this probably suits the club too. Rather than introspection about another dismal performance and defeat, the focus is elsewhere. Not without good reason either, […] The post Transfer stories a distraction, but a welcome one – full round up appeared first on Arseblog ... an Arsenal blog.
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Report – Nketiah hits brace and Mavropanos excels as Arsenal U23s thrash Manchester United
Premier League 2 Arsenal 4 (Reine-Adelaide 19, Dragomir 60, Nketiah 84, 87) Manchester United 0 By Jeorge Bird @ Meadow Park, Borehamwood Arsenal U23s produced an outstanding performance as they thrashed Manchester United 4-0 at home tonight, with Eddie Nketiah hitting a brace and new signing Konstantinos Mavropanos making a positive first impression on his […]
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Hamstring injury could prevent Arsenal’s Bielik from going on loan 
Arsenal defender Krystian Bielik’s hopes of going on loan in this month’s transfer window have been put under threat after he was ruled out for three to five weeks with a hamstring problem.  Bielik recently returned to action after recovering from a dislocated shoulder that prevented him from going on loan in the summer transfer […]
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Arsenal agree to sign Aubameyang and/or Malcolm and/or Martial
By Sir Hardly Anyone Is Pierre Emerick Aubameyang signing for Arsenal? What about Malcolm? What about Martial? The bloggettas and the newspapers tell us that all three are, or are not signing. And that is not just that one blog picks one, and a newspaper picks another. They are all changing their views by the [...]
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Arsecast Extra Episode 209 – 15.01.2017
Welcome to another Arsecast Extra, the Arsenal podcast, with myself and James from @gunnerblog. On this week’s show I’m joined by guest host JB (@gunnerpunner) to pore over another poor day away from home after Arsenal went down 2-1 to Bournemouth on Sunday. Lack of firepower and defensive frailties were exposed, but how much of […] The post Arsecast Extra Episode 209 – 15.01.2017 appeared first on Arseblog ... an Arsenal blog.
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Bournemouth Review: Too Broken For Arsène To Fix
AFC Bournemouth 2 – 1 Arsenal 38 is the target. That’s how far adrift of Blackburn Rovers we finished in 1994/95, a season The post Bournemouth Review: Too Broken For Arsène To Fix appeared first on A Cultured Left Foot.
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One out and two in today? Jamie Redknapp isn’t quite right.
Morning all and it’s not a good one either is it? No words left I’m afraid, I’ve said all there’s to be said and I’m fed up to my back teeth of repeating the same old things week after week. Yes we turn in the occasional good performance but more often than not, we are […] Source: Highbury House
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Arsenal gifted green light in pursuit of AS Monaco ace
With Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp reluctant to splash out £90m on AS Monaco’s Thomas Lemar – according to a report published by The Times, (via Metro) – Arsenal have been given the green light to make a second attempt to land the French forward, after failing to do so in the summer transfer window. It’s said that […]
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Arsenal prepared to table £35m to lure Alexis Sanchez’s replacement
As the Alexis Sanchez saga rumbles on, a report published by the Express suggests that Arsenal have already lined up a replacement for the wantaway Chilean in Bordeaux’s Brazilian winger, Malcolm, to whom the Gunners are prepared to table a bid worth £35m to lure his services from the Ligue 1 club. Arsenal travelled to the […]
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Bournemouth 2-1 Arsenal: Same old story, new manager required
Match report – Player ratings – By the numbers – Video Arsenal’s dismal away form continued yesterday with a 2-1 defeat to Bournemouth, a side that had won just a single game from their last twelve. Despite taking the lead through Hector Bellerin midway through the second half, the fundamental brittleness and lack of defensive […] The post Bournemouth 2-1 Arsenal: Same old story, new manager required appeared first on Arseblog ... an Arsenal blog.
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Changing Arsenal’s fortunes could take a lot more than is imagined.
By Tony Attwood We live in a world in which it is commonplace to see problems as simple, and thus open to one solution, rather than seeing problems as caused by multiple issues. In short there is a problem, and there is a single cause of that problem. And yet history suggests over and over [...]
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