The beginning of the Mikel Arteta Era

“I will give every drop of blood for this football club to make it better.”

On the 20th of December 2019, Arsenal made one of its biggest risks of the 21st century. The club was suffering both on and off the pitch and needed something new. Following weeks of interviews, Mikel Arteta, a coach with just three years of experience as an assistant, was named as the man to change Arsenal.

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The impact of cinematic music in video games in the eighth generation

When Jared Emerson-Johnson played Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge, an adventure game by American publisher LucasArts, he realised his life-long dream of becoming a music composer in gaming. “That was the gateway for me and it made me realise there are people doing really interesting work in this industry,” he says.

While sound has always featured in video games, the industry has experienced a major turnaround with cinematic music now playing a fundamental role in many single-player games. The eighth generation, a term used by fans to describe the current consoles on the market including the PlayStation 4, XBOX One and Nintendo Switch, has played a big role in this.

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Inside the forever-changing world of women’s football

An in depth look at the highs and lows of the sport

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In the 57th minute of their quarter-final clash versus Norway, England started to believe.

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