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Jack Wilshere should look to emulate Aaron Ramsey's Arsenal career

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Ross Dyer discuss Arsenal's inability to muster a competitive roster for next year's Premier League campaign.

When he replaced Aaron Ramsey in the 68th minute of Arsenal's 3-1 win over Hull on Monday night, Jack Wilshere knew this wasn't a chance he could let pass him by.

He's been back in full training for quite a while now, but the form of the team has meant his playing time has been limited. Not only that, he'd just seen Ramsey score one and create an assist for Alexis Sanchez, while Santi Cazorla's performance in his now deeper-lying midfield role was outrageously good at times. Competition for a place...

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Arsenal put Hull back in relegation picture with resounding 3-1 win

Alexis Sanchez tormented Hull as Arsenal stepped up their drive for their highest finish in the Premier League for 10 years.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Alexis Sanchez (45'+1) Hull City 0-3 Arsenal
ESPN FC's Craig Burley does not feel whatsoever that Arsenal can challenge Chelsea next season with the current squad they have.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Aaron Ramsey (33') Hull City 0-2 Arsenal
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Alexis Sanchez (28') Hull City 0-1 Arsenal
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Stephen Quinn (56') Hull City 1-3 Arsenal

HULL, England -- Alexis Sanchez scored twice as Arsenal beat Hull 3-1 to pile further pressure on Steve Bruce's relegation-threatened side. Here are three points from Monday night's Premier League clash.

1. Arsenal put Hull in danger

Arsenal strolled back to being level on points with second-place Manchester City, while Hull must grit their teeth to pull themselves to safety. City were punished by an opponent who rode their luck a smidgeon before exhibiting a vast gulf in superiority and holding...

Aliko Dangote: Five things to know about Nigerian keen on Arsenal

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Aliko Dangote could become the first African owner in the top flight.

Five years after Nigerian businessman and Arsenal fan Aliko Dangote's offer to buy the North London club was rejected, he has been linked to them again. Dangote admitted he remains interested in owning the Gunners but told Bloomberg he will not offer a "ridiculous price," rather just one the "owners won't want to resist."

If successful, Dangote will become the first African to own an English Premier League club. Here's five things to know about the man who one day hopes to buy Arsenal.


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Aliko Dangote, Africa's richest man, still plans to buy Arsenal

Aliko Dangote is Africa's richest man and has repeatedly expressed interest in buying Arsenal.

Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote has told Bloomberg he still plans to buy Arsenal for the "right price" in the future.

Dangote was linked with making an approach to buy a stake in Arsenal in 2010, before he said he decided against the investment.

This week, however, Dangote has been quoted as saying: "I still hope, one day at the right price, that I'll buy the team.

"I might buy it, not at a ridiculous price but a price that the owners won't want to resist. I know my strategy."

ESPN FC's Craig Burley does not feel whatsoever that Arsenal can challenge Chelsea next season with the current squad they have.

Arsenal fan Dangote...