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The new plan suggested by Michel Platini to expand the Champions League is illogical and lacks any significant purpose.
Arsene Wenger has earned the status of football God and reached plateaus no other individual has touched – but the time has come for him to step down as manager of Arsenal before his impeccable reputation is tainted for good.
Santi Cazolra delivered a devastating lesson in how to effectively take advantage of a team with ten men.
The North London derby is always a tasty affair and this year should be no different with both teams looking to score a big win over their fierce rivals.
As we approach the first North London derby of the season the two teams, Arsenal and Spurs, come into the game having experienced somewhat tumultuous starts to their respective seasons.
Throughout the summer Rennes midfielder Yann M'Vila was very much hot property. A young versatile and ferocious defensive midfielder he was on many Premier League clubs wish lists.
Arsenal's tendency to play completely bonkers games in the League Cup, as displayed in their 7-5 victory of Reading, is not something that has come about recently.
‘You either die a hero, or live long enough to see yourself become the villain-‘Harvey Dent. Now although I’m almost certain Harvey Dent was not talking about Arsene Wenger when he said those powerful words, you can certainly apply them to the current managerial state at Arsenal. In the years of 1996-2005, he was untouchable, certainly a hero; now, I feel his time may be up
I wonder sometimes whether or not football reporters have a set list of questions prepared that they ask following the game.
Following their worst start in 20 years the cries for Arsene Wenger to step down are growing louder and louder from Arsenal fans.
Arsenal's trophy seven year trophy drought has become the Most Famous Trophy Drought English Football Has Ever Know (TM). Of course, it isn't, but you wouldn't think that with the way a lot of fans talk about it.