Following the confirmation that Aaron Ramsey will leave Arsenal Football Club for Juventus combined with the fact that he’ll never play for the club again, I just knew I had to write this piece. The Welshman is not only one of my favourite Arsenal players of all time, but, he is simply one of my favourite ever footballers.
Today, the 28-year-old will make his final official appearance at the Emirates Stadium as an Arsenal player as he will reportedly be rewarded with a guard of honour for his eleven years of service to the North London club.
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It’s fair to say that 2018 has been a bit of a surprising year in football. From the first ever Superclasico at an international final to Manchester City’s “Centurions” side and Arsene Wenger’s departure from Arsenal, there have been many amazing moments that have helped shape 2018 to be an outstanding year in football. As incredible as each of these moments were, I don’t think many people could have predicted any of these events when 2018 had originally started. The following takes a look at five things that I predict will happen in English football, next year.
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Following the confirmation that Jack Wilshere will leave the club following the expiration of his contract, I just knew that this article had to be written. For someone so loyal and dedicated to Arsenal Football Club, it’s devastating to see the Englishman leave, especially when other long-serving favourites like Arsene Wenger and Theo Walcott have also departed recently.
Jack Wilshere is, and was, the embodiment of the Arsenal that I fell in love with back in the day. A fantastic midfielder technically, one of the only true leaders at the club in the last decade and also one of the most consistent performers of Wenger’s “Wengerball” philosophy. When playing at the top of his game, Wilshere was phenomenal.
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