Wales: The 57-Year Tournament Wait is Over

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Scenes of jubilation engulfed the 750-strong Welsh crowd at the Bilino Polje Stadium last night as Wales qualified for a major tournament for the first time in 57 years since the 1958 World Cup despite a 2-0 away defeat at Bosnia and Herzegovina. Wales: The 57-year tournament wait is over Welsh fans awaited the news […] READ MORE



Gareth Bale Fires Wales to Brink of Euro 2016

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After emerging victorious over the second highest ranked national team in the world, Wales look as though they are on their way to the European Championships in France next year. The hearty Welsh roar at the final whistle inside the Cardiff City Stadium signifies how important Gareth Bale’s goal in the 1-0 win over Belgium […] READ MORE


Wales Reach Highest World Ranking

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Wales have today risen 15 places to a record highest 22nd in the latest world rankings released by governing body FIFA. Following an unbeaten start to their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, Chris Coleman’s men climbed from their previous position of 37th becoming the biggest movers in the process. Wales Reach Highest World Ranking After beating […] READ MORE


The (Beginning of a) Return of Aaron Ramsey

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Aaron Ramsey is back. Sort of. At the very least, the first signs of the Ramsey of 2013-14 have presented themselves. Now may not be the perfect time to talk about his return to form—he limped off the field in Wales’ qualifier against Israel yesterday—but thankfully the injury doesn’t look too serious and, provided I haven’t […] READ MORE


Arsenal 2014 Review: The Wait Is Over

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2014 has been hugely important for Arsenal; the long awaited trophy came in the form of the FA Cup at Wembley in May. The highlights of the year weren’t just in this dramatic final though; memorable goals, signings and individual brilliance all played a part in the vital progress made by finally ending the trophy […] READ MORE


AFCMO: Dortmund are Nothing for Arsenal to Fear

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Cast your mind back to the 16th of September. Arsenal kicked off their Champions League campaign with a 2-0 defeat to Borussia Dortmund in Germany, with playmaker Mesut Ozil coming in for great deals of criticism after a poor performance, and 19-year-old Hector Bellerin deputising at right-back. The 2013/14 Bundesliga runners-up were in fine form, […] READ MORE


AFCMO: The Good, The Bad, and The Boss

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The Boss, Arsène Wenger’s accomplishments at Arsenal are vast.  No other man can lay claim to keeping a team in the Champions League for 18 years, winning 49 league games in a row, or doing it all on a budget in the midst of financial crisis brought on by the move to the Emirates Stadium […] READ MORE


Arsenal Find Balance, Özil Finds Form

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Arsène Wenger firmly defended record signing Mesut Özil in his pre-match press conference yesterday.  The Arsenal manager, along with the always-loyal contingent of Özil fanatics, stuck by the German through his extensive dip in form; this shred of loyalty paid off today at Villa Park. The obvious and correct assumption to make about Özil’s excellent […] READ MORE


Great Britain Combined XI

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With England out of the World Cup in rather embarrassing fashion – they were at least expected to beat Costa Rica – now’s the perfect time to make us all even more miserable with the thought of what kind of team England could’ve had had they played as Great Britain. For those of you who […] READ MORE