How 18 months in Japan set Arsène Wenger up for glory at the top

In many ways, this was his journey of self-discovery and improvement; the re-affirmation of his many qualities as a coach before he arrived in England to manage Arsenal.

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The midfield template holding back English football for decades and solutions in Spain

England’s midfield. One of the great mysteries of football.

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The Wonderkid That Will Set the Premier League On Fire

Just at 17 Ryan Sessegnon is the first player to be nominated for PFA Young Player of The Year outside the top flight leagues and is on his way to becoming one of the most promising young players in the Premier League. We look at how Sessegnon’s breakthrough season with Fulham has potentially catapulted him to football stardom.

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Freddie Ljungberg: the Arsenal diaries

That exciting prodigy put in an impressive display against many of the Premier League’s top stars and, despite not seeing him play live, his performance against England was enough for the French manager to strike a deal with Halmstads for the intriguing, mostly unknown signature of Karl Frederik Ljungberg.

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Has women’s football made the breakthrough into the wider sporting consciousness?

The Set Pieces “In many ways women’s football is healthier than it’s ever been before”

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Diego Lainez – What is next for the Mexican Wunderkind?

Futebolcidade Dubbed the Mexican Christan Pulisic Club América’s 17-year-old wunderkind Diego Lainez is at a crossroad.

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Merci Arsene

On the day the sun set on Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal experience, it was fitting that it shone so brightly across North London.

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Introducing Bayer Leverkusen’s New Brazilian: Paulinho

What can fans of the Bundesliga expect from the latest import from South America?

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Fabien Barthez: the brilliant and the bizarre of the bald one

The new number one was a blockbuster of a signing. The France international was the undisputed first choice for his dominant nation and a key figure in a brilliant generation of Les Blues talent. He had all the makings of a potential United great.

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Five rising stars from Latin America to watch

The 2018 FIFA World Cup is rapidly approaching, and as always one of the big questions ahead of the tournament is: who will be among the rising stars?

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