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Premier League – Leicester City vs Arsenal Preview

The last time Leicester faced Arsenal was in May 2004, Arsene Wenger’s side were arguably the top-dogs of English football.

They had gone through the entire season unbeaten on their way to regaining the title with goals from Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieria securing a 2-1 win over the Foxes at Highbury. 537 more words

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Memory Lane... Leicester v Arsenal 1967

We asked life long Leicester City fan Richard Jones to share his programme and memories from way back when Leicester City took on the Gunners in a 1967 battle at Filbert Street. 162 more words

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Leicester preview

Once again I just have to laugh at United Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha…

Ha.

Now, onto us. Tomorrow we go away to Leicester (presumably) full of confidence, but I don’t think it will be an easy game. 247 more words

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EPL Preview: Leicester City vs. Arsenal (Time to better last week's performance)

So, after booking their place in this seasons UEFA Champions League, Arsenal will now hope to better last week’s draw at Everton by picking up maximum points against newly promoted club, Leicester City. 240 more words

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Arsenal dealt immense hit in movement act of French star

Arsenal dealt immense hit in movement act of French midfielder Adrien Rabiot as the trusted and reliable Gianluca Di Marzio website cited French media outlet L’Equipe that Italian side Roma have accepted on a contract to sign the 19 year old. 143 more words

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Premier League Wrap-Up: Week 2

Hey folks, it’s that time again! Welcome to this week’s Premier League Wrap-Up, presented by Baltimore Birds Blog. This week was no less eventful than the last, but in the interest of space and time, I want to only look at a few key moments from this week; United is in freefall, Di Maria is in a red jersey, and Arsenal has started its midseason slump a little bit early this season. 570 more words

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Leicester v Arsenal Preview

Ah, the first game against newly-promoted opposition. It’s always nice to have a bit of a change, a new stadium to go to, a new team to play. 699 more words

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