Ramsey – Goal of the night

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The Champions League always provides entertainment. The competition introduces Europe’s greatest players and football fans across the world can marvel at the sight of the beautiful game in action. Last night, we were not left disappointed as Arsenal midfielder, Aaron Ramsey produced a magical effort that BBC’s Dan Walker would have to consider a “Thronker!”. The Welshman hit a stunning …

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If only England had this Real Madrid and Arsenal duo…

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Many have asked the question whether England would have faired better at the World Cup if Welsh duo, Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey lived just those few extra miles west of the country and could qualify to play for the Three Lions? England fell at the first hurdle of the World Cup and will be bitterly disappointed after showing signs …

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Five postive things Arsenal can take from the 2-0 defeat by Man City

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At face value Sunday was not a good day at the office for Arsene Wenger’s men. A 2-0 home defeat to a team who last won away against them in 1975, to say nothing of lost points in the  race for fourth place. However, call me an eternal optimist, but there were some positive points that I think Arsenal can …

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Arsenal update: Gunners target Lucas Biglia wants move. Should Ramsey go on loan? Villa staying at Barca

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Arsenal’s pursuit of a new midfielder continues to today with several papers reporting that Wenger once again is targeting Anderlecht’s tough tacking midfielder Lucas Biglia. The Mirror says that Wenger has been put on alert because the Argentinian has told the Belgian club that he wants to move to a bigger league. This sounds like pure speculation. Admittedly Biglia has …

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Is Arsene Wenger right to build his team round young British players?

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Yesterday Arsene Wenger confirmed what was a pretty badly kept secret that five of his young British charges including Jack Wilshere, had signed long term contracts at the club. The move surprised very few people. Were Wilshere to follow his ex-colleagues on the road to The Etihad or the Camp Nou, then any talk of Arsenal being among Europe’s elite …

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