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Oli Price-Bates

Oli Price-Bates

Founder and creator of Fresh Football back in 2012. Editor of Fresh Arsenal. Big Arsenal fan. Favourite player has to be Alexis. I enjoy writing and reading about the tactical side of the game.

Website: http://www.freshfootball.co.uk
Total Posts: 986
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Latest Posts From This Author:

Arsenal In Talks To Make Important Double Signing

For all the talks of incomings and outgoings this summer, the Gunners main concern this transfer window, deep down, has surely been about the immediate futures of their star duo, Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez. With less than one year remaining on their contracts, the club has so far been unsuccessful with their contract extension talks, but there has been movement… ...

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Arsenal Should Complete This £100m Triple Midfield Signing This Month

Arsenal’s transfer talks have gone quiet of late, but there are three quality midfielders that are still available. In fact, three midfielders seem to be on the market and available for the right price, if Arsenal are willing to pay, they could significantly strengthen their midfield options, though they are keen to shift some players first. In this article, we ...

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Debate: Can Lacazette Dethrone Tottenham’s Kane As Premier League Top Scorer This Season?

The Premier League kicks off tomorrow and one Arsenal player that will be looking to have an immediate impact in the home game against Leicester City is the clubs new club record signing, Alexandre Lacazette. Embed from Getty Images The Frenchman arrived for £46million this summer and is coming to the club with plenty of expectation on his shoulder. The ...

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Long-Term Arsenal Target Hands In Transfer Request, €40m Release Clause Makes Deal Likely

Arsenal are still in the market for new additions this summer and despite the season starting on Friday, it is obvious that the Gunners need some reinforcements in certain areas of the squad, particularly central midfield.  Embed from Getty Images Francis Coquelin, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere and Santi Cazorla are all injured, leaving Granit Xhaka and Mohammed Elneny as the ...

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