Ellie Jones

  1. Arsène Wenger's time is up at Arsenal, he has to step aside come the end of the season

    12th January 2018.
    Arsène Wenger's time at Arsenal has now reached the point where the candle has been burnt right down to its core and is on it's last flicker.

    It has been sad to see one of the all-time Premier League greats become a focal point of humiliation and desperation from the Arsenal fans in recent years. It has been a long time coming that the French manager is being ushered to leave the club.

    Unfortunately for Arsenal fans, their team has not progressed for over a decade. While they go in and out of winning the FA Cup, their domestic form and European record is forever on the decline.

    Last year, Wenger failed to finish in the top four for the first time since the 1994-95 season, over two decades ago. It was a sad indictment of his power and presence at his beloved club, but the truth of the matter is that Wenger simply cannot take Arsenal to the next level anymore.

    While the former Monaco manager is one of the most respected coaches of a

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  2. Manchester United need a Sporting Director to take care of the footballing issues

    5th January 2018.
    There has already been plenty of press briefings this January, as the supposed rift between the Manchester United Board and Jose Mourinho widens.

    The Portuguese boss has made it quite obvious that he does not have complete faith in the Board to complete and bring in the players he desires.

    Mourinho wanted both Antoine Griezmann and Ivan Periši? last summer, but ended up with neither and now does not possess a true wide player that can offer the Red Devils a different means of attack.

    Griezmann was perhaps out of the Board's hands, given his mind changed when Atlético Madrid's transfer ban was upheld, but the failure to recruit Periši? was due to Ed Woodward, Man United's executive vice-chairman, squabbling over a few million.

    Mourinho said after the win at Everton: "I don't know about transfers.

    "In this moment we are in trouble, in two to three weeks' time maybe we recover and we breathe in a different way, can we im

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  3. The Three Best Free Transfers Available in Europe in 2018

    22nd December 2017.

    As the January transfer window is just around the corner, clubs all over Europe will be discussing their plans to bring in the targets they have identified.

    Historically, January has been a time period where you might find a bargain in the market, due to the player forcing his way out of the club, or because their contract is expiring in six months' time.

    With that being said, here are the three best free transfers available in Europe right now:

    Mesut Özil Arsenal


    The German's next club, should he leave Arsenal, will realise that they have secured one of the biggest bargains of the last decade.

    It has been surprising to see the Gunners allow Mesut Özil to run down his contract with no contingency plan involved, and so there is no surprise to see a number of teams interested in signing the World Cup winner when his contract expires next June.

    Özil is in the position now, coming into January, where he can s

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