One Arsène Wenger: A Personal Story

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It was a typically sunny day in Chennai, India, in 2006. My friends decided to shout the names of their favourite football players from the top of the school building – 11-year-olds in the Chennai heat towards the end of a boring school day don’t make the best decisions. I decided I had to be […] READ MORE


The Rise of Mohamed Elneny

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Arsène Wenger has always stressed importance on stability and balance in line-ups which generally lack neither creativity nor talent. However, there have been questions asked about defensive solidity and efficiency in the final third in the recent past, and the emergence of Egyptian Mohamed Elneny has positively contributed towards the dispelling of some of those. […] READ MORE