The vast majority of loyal fans don’t know whether to laugh or cry

Sic Transit Gloria Mundi.

 

So it would appear that swathes of empty seats and the prospect of the financial pain of a desolate prawn circle, after the installation of more Club Level seats this summer, has finally forced a response to the interminable outcry for change at the Arsenal, signalling the end of a glorious era.

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Wenger: Invincibles his crowning glory

Arsene Wenger’s top ten outstanding achievements.

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‘You don’t find a replacement for Arsene Wenger. You find a new path forward’

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis presided over a packed press conference to discuss the end of Arsene Wenger’s 22-year managerial reign, making it feel more like a funeral, but without discussing what part he or the Arsenal board played in killing off the French coach.

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Jose tells Pogba to be more consistent

The France midfielder scored twice as United beat Manchester City to delay the champions being anointed, but was underwhelming in a 1-0 loss to West Brom which gifted City the Premier League title.

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Dogged Derry fight back to showcase title credentials

Derry City might be long shots for a title challenge but they showed they are up to the task after battling back twice to claim a share of the spoils with Dundalk FC at Oriel Park last night.

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Rovers rocked by late leveller

Shamrock Rovers 1 Limerick 1: Danny Morrissey scored a late equaliser to stun Shamrock Rovers at Tallaght Stadium to maintain the pressure on Hoops manager Stephen Bradley.

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Intrigue, admiration, unrest: The story of Wenger era

Initially there was intrigue. Then there was admiration, many years of it. Next came pity, followed by a mixture of anger and apathy.

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Arsene Wenger tips Patrick Vieira as ‘potential’ Arsenal boss

Arsene Wenger believes former Arsenal favourite Patrick Vieira has the potential to manage the club in the future.

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John Caulfield’s eyes firmly on Bohemians

A top-of-the-table clash with Dundalk may be looming but John Caulfield insists Cork City’s focus is firmly on tonight’s dangerous trip to Dalymount Park to face Bohemians (8pm, live on eirSport).

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The week in Fantasy Premier League: Time for a Talisman

Another Double Gameweek, another disappointment.

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Stephen Bradley: Michael O’Neill told me there’d be days like this

SHAMROCK Rovers’ training base at Kingswood was bathed in brilliant sunshine yesterday but manager Stephen Bradley and his players badly need a pick-me-up result against Limerick in Tallaght tonight (8pm) to dispel the dark clouds which currently assail the club.

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Caulfield backs ‘intelligent’ Lenihan to thrive after football

John Caulfield has backed Brian Lenihan to carve out a successful future for himself, following the sad news that a recurring knee injury has forced the Cork native to retire from football at the age of just 23.

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