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Mikel Arteta Arsenal Reign Could Come at Risk if European Advancement is Not Made
Martin Keady - Apr 9, 2021

The Sword of Damocles that has been hanging over the head of the Mikel Arteta Arsenal tenure and certainly for the majority of this season has now surely frayed to a single thread. After letting in a 93rd-minute equaliser to Slavia Prague in the first leg of the Europa League quarter-final tie last night, which […]



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Returning Player: Andriy Shevchenko
Jack Thurlow - Apr 10, 2021

Welcome to Last Word on Football’s ‘Returning Player’ series. In this edition, we take a look at Andriy Shevchenko. The Ukrainian striker made his debut for Dynamo Kyiv in 1994 before joining AC Milan in 1999. The forward returned to the San Siro on loan from Chelsea in 2008 and made a comeback to Kyiv […]

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Resilience Will Be Key For a Sunderland Promotion Push

Since the appointment of Lee Johnson, a resilient Sunderland has emerged with automatic promotion now in their own hands.

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AC Milan and Parma Go Head-to-Head in Crucial Serie A Fixture

AC Milan and Parma meet at the Stadio Ennio Tardini in a crucial match on Saturday. The Rossoneri sit at second place but rivals Juventus and Atalanta are slowly creeping up behind them. Anything less than three points will be a literal and moral defeat for Milan. AC Milan and Parma Facing Crucial Fixture AC Milan […]

Zinckernagel
Watford’s Tom Cleverley and Philip Zinckernagel Conundrum: The Verdict

16 times this season, Tom Cleverley wore the captain’s armband for Watford. In January, the Hornets signed highly-rated Danish attacker Philip Zinckernagel. Now, the two players could potentially find themselves in a battle for the final starting spot. Cleverley Versus Zinckernagel Conundrum Cleverley Returns From Injury The skipper for the first portion of the season […]

Arteta Arsenal
Mikel Arteta Arsenal Reign Could Come at Risk if European Advancement is Not Made
Martin Keady - Apr 9, 2021

The Sword of Damocles that has been hanging over the head of the Mikel Arteta Arsenal tenure and certainly for the majority of this season has now surely frayed to a single thread. After letting in a 93rd-minute equaliser to Slavia Prague in the first leg of the Europa League quarter-final tie last night, which […]

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Burnley Boss Sean Dyche Criticises ‘Bizarre’ Situation With Diving In Premier League

Burnley manager Sean Dyche has highlighted the issue of footballers being awarded more decisions for play-acting, saying he must be careful to ensure his side is not “too clean”. Sean Dyche Believes Divers are Rewarded by Officials Burnley Manager Worries About the Points his Team Have Lost by Refusing to Dive Ahead of Burnley‘s clash […]

Phil Brown
Phil Brown Has Chance to Steer Sinking Southend United Ship

With just six games to preserve their football league status, Southend United have decided to switch managers. Out goes Mark Molesley after less than a year in charge and incomes Phil Brown who’s no stranger to Roots Hall. Brown is tasked with ensuring Southend remain a football league club. However, he faces a big job […]

Will Grigg
Returning Players: Will Grigg

Welcome to Last Word on Football’s ‘Returning Players’ series. In this edition, we look at striker Will Grigg. The 29-year-old is currently in his second loan spell at League One side MK Dons, having been part of the 2014/15 promotion-winning squad under Karl Robinson. He currently sits on 25 goals for the club across his […]