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Ramsey, Wilshere and Oxlade-Chamberlain in Arsenal spotlight

Arsenal announced five new contracts in December 2012 with Carl Jenkinson, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Kieran Gibbs and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain all signing new deals.

In December 2012, Arsenal proudly announced that five players had signed new deals with the club.

Carl Jenkinson, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Kieran Gibbs and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain sat there posing with contracts in front of them and boss Arsene Wenger standing proudly behind.

It was a British core, as Wenger described it. A response, perhaps, to players born abroad who don't have the same connection with a club, making it easier for them to jump ship when things don't go the way they want or...

 By Nick Miller

Should Theo Walcott leave Arsenal to get his career back on track?

It's been another season of injuries and frustrations for Theo Walcott.

Theo Walcott will probably start for England against Italy on Tuesday, largely thanks to injuries to Danny Welbeck and Raheem Sterling. Frankly, Walcott was fairly lucky to be selected for the squad in the first place given his relative lack of action this season, and will now get his chance due to others being indisposed.

At the moment, that looks like the only way he's going to get into the Arsenal team too. Since returning from injury in November, Walcott has found himself some way down the pecking...

 By Peter Wood

Tomas Rosicky, Wojciech Szczesny to lead Arsenal's summer clear-out?

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop reveals his latest power rankings for this week which feature Arsenal's inclusion in the Top 10.

Back in the day -- like, say, five years ago -- the questions around an Arsenal summer usually centred around who would be heading for the exit door. A blend of balancing the books, a socialist wage structure and a lack of silverware led to the club's best young talents leaving for pastures new.

Things have changed. Arsenal have renegotiated key commercial deals, Champions League money has continued to increase and the new Premier League deal has eclipsed even the most positive analysts' revenue...

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Bayern's Guardiola to coach Qatar in 2022; Liverpool want Walcott

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Janusz Michallik discuss Xavi Hernandez's reported spurning of MLS for Qatari club Al Saad.
Pep Guardiola looks set to take charge of the Qatar national team for the 2022 World Cup.

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread.

Top Story: Pep to coach Qatar in 2022 World Cup

Readers of Germany's Sport Bild recently received an eye-opener.

According to the Guardian, the German newspaper published a story indicating current Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola could be enticed by a lucrative deal to coach Qatar's national team in the 2022 World Cup, which the country will host.

Keep in mind Qatar, which will not have to quality for...

 By Chris Wright

Alexis Sanchez plays piano along to John Legend song

It seems like only yesterday that Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez was serenading us all into Christmas with a piano rendition of Richard Marx's 1985 ballad "Right Here Waiting For You," and now the Chilean maestro is back with his follow-up smash hit.

Playing at home, Alexis has demonstrated his progress by uploading a short snippet to Instagram showing him playing along to John Legend.

Arsene Wenger deserves more credit for Arsenal's recent revival

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admits all his side can do is keep winning, but even that may not be enough to catch Chelsea in the Premier League title race.

Praising managers for rallies in the second half of the season seems to be in vogue at the moment. Louis van Gaal is getting credit for belatedly stumbling upon a formula for success at Manchester United. Elsewhere, Brendan Rodgers has been widely eulogised for revitalising Liverpool's season, with some pundits even venturing to suggest this season represents a greater success than his title charge of last year. Amid the tributes, one man has been relatively free of praise. However, it's time Arsene...