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newsfootballa month ago

Mesut Ozil needs warm environment to thrive and will get that in Turkey, claims Arsene Wenger

In light of Mesut Ozil’s impending move to Fenerbache, Arsene Wenger believes that the German playmaker will find the right environment he needs to thrive in Turkey. The 32-year-old has reportedly come to an agreement with Arsenal and is set to leave the club as a free-transfer soon.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Mesut Ozil isn’t difficult to manage but he needs to be shown support, admits Arsene Wenger

In light of Mesut Ozil’s treatment at Arsenal, Arsene Wenger believes that the German playmaker isn’t a difficult player to manage but someone that needs to be shown support to thrive. The 32-year-old has not played at all for the club so far amidst speculation that he is on his way out.
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newsfootball4 months ago

Reports | Mesut Ozil to be left out of Arsenal’s 25 man Premier League squad

According to ESPN, Mesut Ozil might have played his last game for Arsenal as the German playmaker hasn’t been registered as a part of the Gunners’ 25 man Premier League squad. The 32-year-old has been out of favour under Mikel Arteta and is yet to make an appearance for the club this season.
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newsfootball5 months ago

England look scared to play despite having many good players, admits Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger has opined that the England national team looked scared to play football in last international break with Gareth Southgate’s side walking away with four points in two games. The former Arsenal boss left the Gunners two years ago and has since become FIFA’s Head of Global Development.
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featurefootball7 months ago

Rumours of a power shift in North London are non-existent with their best in disarray

Two weeks after a North London derby, the season is over and the final positions have been locked into the history books. St Totteringham's day will not be celebrated for a third consecutive season which has somehow sent fans of two North London sides into an emotional frenzy but does it matter?
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newsfootball9 months ago

Premier League will survive but lower leagues are dying, asserts Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger has affirmed that while the Premier League will survive, lower league clubs within English football face a fight for their lives over problems stemming from the coronavirus. The pandemic has had serious financial implications on the football world, even affecting the Premier League.
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newsfootball9 months ago

Rejecting Real Madrid and signing for Arsenal was best decision in my life, proclaims Lauren

Former Arsenal and Cameroon full-back Lauren has confessed that leaving Spain, while rejecting moves to Roma and Real Madrid for North London, was the best decision he ever made. The then 23-year-old signed for the Gunners from Mallorca and would go on to win two Premier League titles with the club.
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newsfootball9 months ago

Arsenal would’ve won Premier League if they kept their team intact, opines Jack Wilshere

Jack Wilshere has confessed that had Arsenal not let Robin van Persie, Cesc Fabregas, and Samir Nasri leave, they could have won the Premier League title. The Gunners had a star-studded team in the summer of 2011 but lost key parts of that squad within the space of a year alongside other players.
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newsfootball9 months ago

FIFA should create Club Purchasing Ethics Commission to judge new owners, reveals Arsene Wenger

FIFA’s director of football development Arsene Wenger has revealed that he believes FIFA should create a Club Purchasing Ethics Commission to find out the real intentions of owners. The former Arsenal boss also warned the French top tier to beware of conscienceless investors from other countries.
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newsfootballa year ago

Left Arsenal because they struggled to recruit players for winning trophies, admits Cesc Fabregas

2010 World Cup winner Cesc Fabregas has confessed that he left Arsenal because the Gunners struggled to recruit players to win trophies. The Spaniard is considered to be an Emirates cult hero after his eight year spell with the club but upset many when he left for Barcelona and then Chelsea.
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