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He may be stubborn, but Wenger ain't stupid

clock August 22, 2013 15:21 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Judge Arsene Wenger's summer transfer business on September 3rd, says Frank Malley [More]

Wenger looking for guarantees that aren't there

clock December 13, 2012 19:02 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Frank Malley on Arsenal's conundrum: an expensive, if uncertain, quest for silverware [More]

Time for Wenger to show courage and spend

clock August 25, 2011 15:50 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Arsenal should not be huffing and puffing to beat Udinese to reach the group phase of the Champions League. [More]

A song for a holding midfielder, Arsene?

clock December 6, 2010 12:21 by author Tony
While pundits focus on Arsenal's keeper and back four, Tony Leen says the problem lies further upfield [More]

Gunners paying price for lack of steel

clock November 25, 2010 15:15 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Frank Malley asks when will the penny drop with English football’s most astute but equally obdurate manager. [More]

Maybe, Wigan was Wenger's watershed (but don't hold your breath)

clock April 19, 2010 18:49 by author Tony
Arsenal's late capitulation at Wigan on Sunday has again raised questions that won't go away, says Tony Leen [More]

Another Francis Jeffers, a poor man’s Thierry Henry or something in between? Just how good is Nicklas Bendtner?

clock March 10, 2010 02:04 by author Darren Norris
Darren Norris reflects on a dramatic few days in the career of Nicklas Bendtner [More]

No, seriously, that Polish keeper is a prospect

clock February 19, 2010 11:12 by author Tony
Arsenal's season is again in danger of unravelling - and everyone bar the manager saw it coming, says Tony Leen [More]

Arsene, there are times to talk and ...

clock February 10, 2010 10:35 by author Tony
Tony Leen on managers who do themselves a disservice in the press room [More]

Why football owes Wenger a debt of gratitude

clock January 21, 2010 15:54 by author Tony
Frank Malley lauds Arsene Wenger's football and financial acumen [More]


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