Alex Smith

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    More woe for Wilshire

    The season before last, Arsenal were drawn in the Champions League knockout stages against t...

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    Frimpong charged by FA over “Yid” tweets

    Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong has been charged by the FA with improper conduct after he called a Tottenham supporter “Yid scum” on the social networking site Twitter. The abuse came after the player himself was subject to some harsh words by the Spurs fan.  Frimpong initially tweeted: “If you going church today...

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    Wenger hopes to keep Van Persie

    Arsene Wenger has spoken out regarding the Robin Van Persie transfer saga and i...

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    The Olympic Games, past, present and future

    The Attic Theatre Company delivers a timely piece of topical the...

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    Van Persie set to leave as Fergie makes the first move

    The biggest transfer saga of the summer is now in full swing as Sir Alex Ferguson has now confirmed that he has made a bid for Arsenal’s want away captain Robin Van Persie. Van Persie is now set to stay at home whilst his current teammates travel to the Far East on...

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    There is still hope for Arsene

    As another season rapidly approaches, the Emirates faithful look set to lose anot...

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    Dempsey should seek Champions League football

    It is looking more likely that Clint Dempsey is going to make the switch from Fulham to Liverpool this summer, and although the American would be joining a club with a new manager who plays attractive football, it is surprising that Dempsey has not held out for a move to that could...

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    Wenger gunning for Giroud

    Arsenal are set to sign France striker Oliver Giroud from Montpellier, a move that will...

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    Walking away from the racists will hand them the power

    The issue of racism has been the main talking point in football for the past twelve months now, and it doesn’t seem as though it will go away any time soon.  The Dutch national squad were training in Poland in preparation for their opening group game against Denmark when there were monkey...

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    Euro 2012 focus on Netherlands: Can Oranje go one better after narrowly missing out in South Africa?

    In our continuing coverage of Euro 2012, we preview the Netherlands’ chances. They find themselves in Group B, which has been dubbed the ‘group of death’. The Dutch have a fantastic appetite for football when an international major tournament comes around, but after their defeat in the World Cup final in 2010,...