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The pic that left Arsenal fans FUMING: Mertesacker ducking for Liverpool’s equalizer

The Gunners faithful were not pleased to see their vice-captain duck out of the way for Martin Skrtel's 97th minute header.
On Sunday, north London side Arsenal let another lead slip, dropped another two points, as the Gunners returned from their clash with Liverpool with a 2-2 draw.

Despite going down first to a Philippe Coutinho opener on the stroke of half-time, Arsenal drew level immediately after, and took a 2-1 lead in the 64th minute thanks to an Olivier Giroud goal.

Wenger’s side look destined...

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ENTERTAINING: Best reactions, trolls after Liverpool 2-2 Arsenal

Fans and the media reacted after Arsenal let their lead slip against a 10-man Liverpool.
Earlier today, Liverpool and Arsenal faced off in what was a crunch clash for both sides at Anfield.

After the first 45, both the Reds and the Gunners were level with one goal a piece. However, Arsenal fans thought that their team had finally made a breakthrough after Olivier Giroud's 64th minute goal and were going to depart with a much-needed win in hand.

Until in just a few minutes...

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How Liverpool vs Arsenal could hit under-fire coaches Rodgers and Wenger

Perhaps two of the most questioned managers in the EPL these days, Sunday's match between Arsenal and Liverpool could give a positive boost for either side, or send them to the abyss.
Arsenal and Liverpool have struggled throughout this season for a number of circumstances, but fans and media point to their managers for obvious reasons. Arsene Wenger and Brendan Rodgers have endured hard times during the 2014-15 season, and Sunday's match could prove to be decisive for one of them.

Brendan Rodgers lost the magic touch he enjoyed last season. Without Luis Suarez and with his...

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Top 5 incredible Alexis Sanchez stats and how Arsenal must use him vs Liverpool

After pulling out all the stops to land the Chilean, Sanchez will show Liverpool what they missed when the Gunners travel to Anfield on Sunday.
This weekend, Arsenal will travel to Anfield to lock horns with Liverpool as they seek revenge for last season’s horrendous 5-1 defeat, with Alexis Sanchez set to come up against the team that went all out to sign La Roja star last summer.

It is well documented that Brendan Rodgers was after Alexis Sanchez. After Uruguayan superstar, last season’s European Golden Boot winner (alongside...

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UCL draw: Arsenal avoid Bayern, Barca vs Man City, PSG vs Chelsea

The Gunners will face Monaco, whilst Chelsea and Manchester City were handed tough ties for the round of 16.
The Champions League round of 16 fixtures for the 2014-15 season have all been decided, and it spells a nightmare for English Premier League duo Chelsea and Manchester City.

Chelsea was paired against Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain in a repeat of last season’s thrilling quarter-final encounter between the two mega-rich sides, whilst the Citizens, reminiscent of last season’s...

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Who Chelsea, Man City & Arsenal are most likely to get in the UCL draw

The odds don’t favor one of these three English Premier League side ahead of Monday’s draw.
With the Champions League draw for the round of 16 set to take place on Monday in the city of Nyon, fans of the surviving English Premier League sides await to see who they will face.

After Liverpool crashed out in the group stage, only Chelsea, Manchester City, and Arsenal remain in European football’s most coveted tournament. The Blues finished top of Group G, and are seeded for the...

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Wenger to “go to church” for good luck ahead of Champions League draw

The Arsenal boss admits to being wary of his side’s bad luck in the round of 16, with Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Bayern Munich possibly awaiting the north London side.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger confessed his side have had bad luck in the Champions League draw over the last few seasons, joking he might go to church to pray for some good luck before the round of 16 fixtures are decided.

The draw for the next round of Europe’s coveted competition will take place on Monday in Nyon, and with the Gunners finishing runners-up in their group, behind leaders...

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CRAZY stats from Arsenal's 4-1 win over Newcastle on Saturday

A brace from Olivier Giroud and Santi Cazorla, including that awesome 89th minute "panenka" penalty, saw the Gunners return to winning ways in fashionable style.
With last weekend's disappointing 3-2 loss away to Stoke City still fresh on Arsenal's mind, and the “Wenger Out” banners and slogans in full sight for the club's manager, the Gunners welcomed Newcastle to the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

Despite the eerie, nerve-racking atmosphere from the home crowd, the north London side came out of the encounter which many...

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Arsene Wenger takes the offensive against Arsenal supporters demanding the sack

Wenger points to Champions League success and says before him Arsenal didn’t play as much at that level.
Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, lashed out at Gunners supporters demands for his job after the North Londoner’s recent struggles.   Arsenal fans' screams for the sack after last weekends 3-2 loss to Stoke City were abated somewhat after the Gunners' impressive 4-1 win over Galatasaray in their last Champions League group match.

“Le Prof” pointedly noted: 


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HILARIOUS! Arsene Wenger sings “Let it Go” – Cesc Fabregas edition [VIDEO]

After the vicious booing Le Prof received in the wake of Arsenal's 3-2 loss to Stoke, there wasn't much he could do but grab a mike and sing the hit song from Disney's Frozen.
Arsenal's summer transfer window was a roller coaster ride for any Gunners fan, which saw many ins and out, including the selling of Thomas Vermaelen and the arrival of Alexis Sanchez.

The Chilean has been a hit at the Emirates since day one, but the failure to bring in a world-class center-back, and a lethal striker has cost the club dearly, as defensive frailties and the lack of clinical attackers...

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SHOCKING! Wenger names starting XI for Galatasaray clash, with some surprise names

The Arsenal manager decided on leaving some high profile players behind, and has called up some relative unknowns for Tuesday's Champions League game.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger made the surprise decision of naming his starting eleven for Tuesday's Champions League clash with Galatasray in a pre-match press conference on Monday, ahead of the Turk Telekom Arena tie.

The biggest news in Wenger's team selection is the return of French right-back Mathieu Debuchy, who has been out for three months with an ankle injury, whilst Polish goalkeeper...

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Arsenal fans destroy Wenger after their latest loss against Stoke City

Saturday December 6 2014,

Tags: English Premier League, Stoke City, Arsenal, Arsene Wenger

Stoke City scored the fastest goal this season with Peter Crouch's strike after 19 seconds. The Potters had a 3-0 advantage after 45 minutes.
The nightmare continues for Arsenal fans, who can't seem to get a break from their team's performances. This time, the Gunners lost to Stoke City after conceding three goals during the first 45 minutes.

Peter Crouch got the party started for Stoke City just after 19 seconds of playing time, taking full advantage of a missed clearance by Calum Chambers. Next, Bojan Krkic finished beautifully...

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Alexis Sanchez in danger of burning out, claims Wenger

With the hectic Christmas period upon us, Le Prof reveals that the in-form Arsenal attacker, who has netted 9 times in England so far, “is in the red zone” physically.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has warned Chilean star Alexis Sanchez could burnout as the club gear up for the hectic Christmas period, which will see the north London side travel to Stoke City first, this Saturday.

The in-form striker, signed from Barcelona for a believed £35m fee last summer, has been the Gunners star player of this season, leading the club's goalscoring charts, netting...

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‘Arsenal can win the Premier League before 2017,’ claims Wenger

Wednesday December 3 2014,

Tags: Arsenal, Arsene Wenger, Chelsea, English Premier League

Patience must be practiced. A decade after guiding Arsenal to their last English Premier League title till date, manager Arsene Wenger believes that his team will be champions again soon.
Arsenal have won only five times in the Premier League this season. Ahead of their clash against the Saints at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday, the Gunners seat outside the European zone in seventh place with 20 points from a possible 39.

They are 13 points behind league leaders Chelsea who will host Tottenham Hotspur next. Explaining the Gunners’ shaky start in the campaign while...

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Wenger: I will not rush for new signings in January

Despite insisting Arsenal will attempt to bring in new additions, the French manager was quick to underline the difficulty they will face recruiting new signings when the transfer window re-opens.
Despite Arsenal's worrying injury crisis, the north London side's 65-year-old boss claims he will not be rushed into making January signings when the transfer window re-opens.

With Jack Wilshere ruled out for three months after undergoing ankle surgery, Mesut Ozil sidelined with a serious knee injury, and captain Mikel Arteta set for a three-week lay off due to damage to his calf, the need for...

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Arteta “out for a while”, reveals Wenger, after calf injury

The Spanish midfielder came down with a calf injury in Arsenal's 2-0 win over Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday, with the club's manager fearing the worse.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was left in sorrow after seeing club captain Mikel Arteta succumb to injury in the north London side's 2-0 win over Bourssia Dortmund in the Champions League on Wednesday.

The Spaniard was substituted in the 67th minute upon request, unable to see out the remainder of the game, with the French manager later revealing his knock to be damage to the calf, claiming the...

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NOT GOOD! Wilshere facing up to FOUR MONTHS on the sidelines with ankle injury

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger revealed that the English midfielder has suffered ligament damage after coming down with an injury in Saturday's 2-1 loss to Manchester United.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger reveals that Jack Wilshere could be looking at a lengthy spell on the sidelines after coming down with an injury in the Gunners' 2-1 loss to Manchester United, on Saturday.

Stating that the English midfielder has suffered ligament damage, the long-serving French manager pointed out that the knock on the 23-year-old star's ankle could keep him away from the first-team...

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Rooney: Welbeck's Arsenal switch “the best move for him”

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has hailed Danny Welbeck's move to the Emirates as a great step in his career, whilst admitting it will be “weird” coming up against the former Red Devils striker on Saturday.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has branded former team-mate Danny Welbeck's move to Arsenal as “the best move for him”, whilst revealing it will be “strange” playing on opposing teams when the Red Devils travel to face Arsenal, on Saturday.

The 23-year-old Gunners attacker exited Old Trafford in the summer in a £16m Emirates Stadium switch, scoring five...

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Wenger open to a Thierry Henry coaching role at Arsenal

Rumored to be hanging up his boots at the end of this season, Wenger welcomed the idea of the Gunners legend returning to the Emirates after retirement.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger welcomed the idea of seeing former striker Thierry Henry return to the north London side in a coaching role.

The club's all-time leading scorer, the 37-year-old French ace is believed to be retiring at the end of this Major League Soccer season, with his contract with New York Red Bulls expiring next month.

Scoring 228 goals over an eight-year spell with...

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Arsenal vs Man United analysis: Wenger vs Van Gaal - Key stats

Ahead of Arsenal's match against a Manchester United side in transition, we take a look at seven stats involving Wenger and Van Gaal.
Management in Premier League

The experienced Frenchman obviously has served much longer than his counterpart. He has served for eighteen years at Arsenal FC, whereas Louis Van Gaal is only approaching the midway point of his first ever season in the English Premier League.

Trophy Count

While Arsene Wenger is often ridiculed for Arsenal's lack of honors in the past decade (the...

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