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Wenger In or Wenger Out? – The Final Take

Wenger in or Wenger out? It’s a question many people have been asking over the last few seasons, with Arsenal not reaching the levels it once did with their long-time French manager. Let’s lay out the facts first: Arsene Wenger has been at Arsenal Football Club since 1996. Since 1996! It’s been twenty years since he became the boss, and without a doubt, is one of the greatest managers Arsenal and the Premier League have seen in the modern era. He’s won the Premier League three times, and the FA cup six times. In 2003-2004, he led the Gunners to a season in which they won the league without losing a single league game. The signings he’s made since arriving is incredible. Thierry Henry, Robert Pires, Sol Campbell, Mesut Ozil, Alexis Sanchez, just to name a few. If you’ve been living under a cave for the past two decades, you might be saying, what’s wrong with him? What kind of ignorant fans want a manager who’s brought them immense silverware and transformed the club as a whole, thrown out the window? Well, the Wenger out supporters have a point in saying so.

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5 Bold Predictions for the Premier League

10 games remain for most teams in the Premier League, and yet so much remains up in the air. Chelsea look poised to win the title uncontested, but the Champions League race, the relegation battle, and so much more remains undecided. Here are my 5 bold predictions for the remainder of this Premier League season: Continue reading 5 Bold Predictions for the Premier League

UCL OUTLOOK: Arsenal and Barcelona

This week has been a stunning week for the football world. In the Champions League, two teams have absolutely demolished other top tier teams. First, we start with Barcelona vs PSG. Barcelona is known to be a fantastic team and some would even say the best in the world… at least usually. They traveled to France to take on PSG in the round of 16 where it all starts to get interesting. Everyone including me expected a back and forth game with excitement and loads of goals. We did get loads of goals…just not from Barcelona. PSG came out with a fire that got them to a quick start with an 18th-minute goal by Ángel Di Maria. After that, it was all PSG for the rest of the match. The final score ended with a 4-0 win for the French side.

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EPL Hot Seat: Are These Managers on Their Way Out?

Why are so many managers under pressure in the Premier League?

This has once again been a wild season in England. Even though the top 6 has looked like they are playing at a different level than everyone else, still there is a tremendous amount of uncertainty surrounding those clubs. And as for the bottom feeders, a couple sides have already made mid-season managerial changes. But as we head into the home stretch of the 2016-17 campaign, we take a look at the four managers currently facing the hot seat: Klopp, Ranieri, Allardyce, and Wenger.  Continue reading EPL Hot Seat: Are These Managers on Their Way Out?