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Old rivals: Liverpool's Klopp and City's Guardiola go head-to-head for Premier League honours

6 into 4 – 4 into 2: the Premier League’s ‘top six’ battle it out for lucrative Champions League spots

With 15 games left to play in the Barclays Premier League, the race for Champions League positions is tightening up. It would be fair to say that, as it stands, it is a 6-horse race for the 4 places allocated to English sides in Europe’s top football competition, and the wealth it offers. As the […]

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Wenger’s Shoes – though out of style – will still take some filling: who will be Arsenal’s Cinderella Manager?

  Not “If”, but “When” Nobody can say for sure when Wenger will leave Arsenal -except Arséne himself, of course – but the beleaguered manager has to go eventually. Surely? Most, it would seem, would prefer sooner rather than later. A bigger question might be: who is going to replace him? Events this summer indicate […]

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Arsenal 3-3 Liverpool: a rollercoaster ride for neutrals, torture for Gooners

Despite the general gloomy mood with regards to yesterday’s game and result, I can’t shake off an overall positive feeling. This is in sharp contrast with my Twitter timeline, Arsenal blogosphere and the opinions of fans inside the stadium. I can’t quite put my finger on why I’m inclined to feel slightly optimistic. Is it […]

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Wenger 2.0 – Make It Real, Not Fantasy

Is Wenger changing? The stereotype of Wenger, at least before this season, has been: A (formerly) great manager A manager who seldom ever changes his team to suit the opposition A manager who cannot motivate his players for the big games A manager who believes that tactics is moot, and that sexy football conquers all […]

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