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Wenger defends Arsenal medical staff after Walcott, Oxlade-Chamberlain injuries

Manager Arsene Wenger has defended Arsenal’s medical staff after England duo Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain joined the club’s growing injury list. The Gunners were left counting the cost of Tuesday night’s 3-0 Capital One Cup fourth-round loss at Sheffield Wednesday. Oxlade-Chamberlain was forced off after just five minutes because of […]

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Batshuayi gives Arsenal a less expensive and available alternative to Benzema and Cavani

It is hardly a secret that Arsenal have been on the lookout for a “world-class” center forward for some time. The Gunners made an approach for Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema, an the ideal reinforcement for Arsene Wenger’s club, during the summer; however, Real Madrid subsequently rejected the north London club’s offer. Instead […]

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Roy Keane calls Arsenal weak, soft and lacking leaders after Olympiacos loss

Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has launched another stinging attack on Arsenal, describing them as “weak,” “soft” and “lacking winners.” The Gunners are staring at elimination from the Champions League group stages after losing both of their opening two matches. Arsenal went down 2-1 to Dynamo Zagreb in their first […]

Stop trying to make Theo Walcott a thing

At some point while we mostly stopped paying attention, Theo Walcott — young, prodigious, “next up” star of tomorrow — stopped existing only in the future tense. Walcott is 26 now (yes, you’re old), and should be in his prime. In fact, he probably is in his prime, and therein […]