INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS CUP 2019

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The 12 teams have been announced for the 2019 International Champions Cup tournament  The 2018 International Champions Cup Champions Tottenham Hotspur will be returning to defend their title and try to win it back to back. Real Madrid will also participate in the tournament. They are the UEFA Champions League Champions the

AS Monaco sign Cesc Fabregas

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After four-and-a-half years at Chelsea, Cesc Fabregas has left the club and signed with Ligue 1 side Monaco. The £10m move brings an end to the Spaniard's second stint in the Premier League after playing over 300 games for Arsenal between 2004 and 2011, in addition to the 198 for the Blues. The

Aaron Ramsey set to join Juventus

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Following a rollercoaster 11 seasons at Arsenal, Aaron Ramsey will be leaving the club to join Italian giants Juventus in the summer. The 28-year-old has featured in all but three games this season under new manager Unai Emery, but will be out of contract come May. The Italian champions will reportedly pay

Winners and Losers from EPL Matchday #4

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With the international break right around the corner, some Premier League sides will be glad to have the week off, giving them a chance to hit the reset button and get their season back on track. But some teams won't be so delighted to have the week off with Watford,

Yaya Toure to Arsenal?

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Could Yaya Toure be heading to Arsenal? Manchester City's Yaya Toure is on his way out with the current Premier League champions and could be heading to a club in London. The midfielder has been in the wilderness for a while and has fallen well down the pecking order at Manchester

Winners and Losers from EPL Matchday #1

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After nearly three months of despair, anguish and lonely nights spent in the fetal position, the Premier League is finally back! While the 2018 World Cup may have briefly satiated our hunger for football, there's only one league which features the best players in the world, and then some Joe

Arsene Wenger admits staying too long

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Arsene Wenger admits regrets with Arsenal. When former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger looks back on his time at Arsenal, he has a few regrets. The Frenchman admits that staying on at the Gunners for 22 years was 'perhaps' a mistake, he continues with saying that it's probably the biggest regret of

Unai Emery: The smart choice for Arsenal

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Proceeding an iconic manager and someone who will go down as the greatest Arsenal manager in history in Arsene Wenger is always going to be tough. Emery does however have a more than respectable managerial career up until this point. His most successful spell was at Sevilla where he won the

Who Will Be Arsenal’s Next Manager?

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With Arsene Wenger announcing his departure from Arsenal after 22 long years, Who Will Be Arsenal's Next Manager? There are many candidates with whom Arsenal could fill the spot. The board will have to get the decision right following a really unsuccessful season which saw Arsenal finish 6th in the Premier