Arsene Wenger: is it time to say goodbye?

On Sunday afternoon, the final whistle from Kevin Friend at Dean Court confirmed an eery predicament for Arsenal Football Club. Their first ever loss to AFC Bournemouth, a sixth place league positioning; 23 points off the summit of the Premier League, and the impending departure of their star Chilean forward, Alexis Sanchez, to either Manchester City or Manchester United. 

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Crystal Palace – the new Stoke City?

When Frank De Boer took charge of Palace, most of us expected a complete turnaround in the way Palace played. Selhurst Park is, by no means, an easy place to visit and come away unscathed, but the arrival of the former Ajax coach was to spurn a complete change.

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Is this transfer window pivotal to Jurgen Klopp’s project at Liverpool?

Jurgen Klopp signed for Liverpool just a little over two years ago. Since then, the German has overseen a revolutionary change in the football being played on the red half of Merseyside.

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The resurgence of West Ham and Everton

After underwhelming starts to the Premier League season for both The Toffees as well as The Hammers, a change in management has been successful in bringing about a turnaround in their fortunes. David Moyes at West Ham and Sam Allardyce at Everton have brought around a remarkable change in the football being played at the two clubs.

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