Tuesday, March 28, 2017

In defence of Arsene Wenger

When talking about Premier League football, one person that springs to mind probably more than anyone else is the Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger. No matter how many times he has been belittled by the Arsenal fans, there is no mistaking that he is the one who has revolutionised the way the Premier League is seen in the modern world....
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With Scotland playing England tonight, Richard Hunter considers whether these fixtures should occur with more regularity.
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