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Arsenal FC
Nickname: The Gunners
(2013 - present)
Location: London, England
Position: Midfielder
Jersey number: 11
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Germany National Team
Nickname: Die Mannschaft (The Team)
(2009 - present)
Location: Germany
Position: Midfielder
Jersey number: 8
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October 2013

Arsenal – Borussia Dortmund
Date: Tuesday 22/10/2013
Time: 19:45 (UK)
Location: Emirates Stadium
Fixture: UEFA Champions League
Referee: ??

Crystal Palace - Arsenal
Date: Saturday 26/10/2013
Time: 12:45 (UK)
Location: Selhurst Park
Fixture: 9 round, Barclays Premier League
Referee: ??

Arsenal - Chelsea
Date: Tuesday 29/10/2013
Time: 19.45 (UK)
Location: Emirates Stadium
Fixture: Capital One Cup
Referee: ??

November 2013

Arsenal - Liverpool
Date: Saturday 02/11 /2013
Time: 17:30 (UK)
Location: Emirates Stadium
Fixture: 10 round, Barclays Premier League
Referee: ??

Borussia Dortmund - Arsenal
Date: Wednesday 06/11/2013
Time: 19:45 (UK)
Location: Signal Iduna Park
Fixture: UEFA Champions League
Referee: ??

Manchester United - Arsenal
Date: Sunday 10/11/2013
Time: 16:10 (UK)
Location: Old Trafford
Fixture: 11 round, Barclays Premier League
Referee: ??

Arsenal - Southampton
Date: Saturday 23/11/2013
Time: 15:00(UK)
Location: Emirates Stadium
Fixture: 12 round, Barclays Premier League
Referee: ??

Arsenal – Olympique Marseille
Date: Tuesday 26/11/2013
Time: 19:45 (UK)
Location: Emirates Stadium
Fixture: UEFA Champions League
Referee: ??

Cardiff - Arsenal
Date: Saturday 30/11/2013
Time: 15:00 (UK)
Location: Millennium Stadium
Fixture: 13 round, Barclays Premier League
Referee: ??

December 2013

Arsenal – Hull City
Date: Wednesday 4/12/2013
Time: 19:45 (UK)
Location: Emirates Stadium
Fixture: 14 round, Barclays Premier League
Referee: ??

Arsenal - Everton
Date: Sunday 8/12/2013
Time: 16:00 (UK)
Location: Emirates Stadium
Fixture: 15 round, Barclays Premier League
Referee: ??

Napoli - Arsenal
Date: Wednesday 11/12/2013
Time: 19:45 (UK)
Location: San Paolo
Fixture: UEFA Champions League
Referee: ??

Manchester City - Arsenal
Date: Saturday 14/12/2013
Time: 12:45 (UK)
Location: City of Manchester Stadium/Etihad Stadium
Fixture: 16 round, Barclays Premier League
Referee: ??

Arsenal - Chelsea
Date: Monday 23/12/2013
Time: 20:00 (UK)
Location: Emirates Stadium
Fixture: 17 round, Barclays Premier League
Referee: ??

West Ham - Arsenal
Date: Tuesday 26/12/2013
Time: 15:00 (UK)
Location: Upton Park
Fixture: 18 round, Barclays Premier League
Referee: ??

Newcastle - Arsenal
Date: Sunday 29/12/2013
Time: 13:30 (UK)
Location: St James Park
Fixture: 19 round, Barclays Premier League
Referee: ??



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Mesut Özil about Real Madrid vs. Manchester United Game

Mesut Ozil, Real Madrid’s German footballer, gave an extensive interview to the newspaper Die Welt, of his native country, which has throbbed the Champions League game on Tuesday against the whites will face United at Old Trafford, and assured that “who can win in Barcelona, ​​can win in Manchester.” also referred to the Classics with Barcelona, ​​Pep Guardiola’s arrival at Bayern Munich and his personal moment.


“I love to play every couple of days against the best of the best, is a great thing. Everybody is watching. Especially greatly motivates me to play against Barcelona. The Classic has a huge impact haberles removed from the Cup is sensational. ”

Has played six games against Barcelona

“Of course it is still special to face them. Barcelona is the current reference and we showed we can play against them from power to power. We have won the Super Cup and the Cup We removed proud. Only in the League, Unfortunately, we have fallen short. ”

Goodbye to La Liga?

“Admittedly, the club has been outstanding in the league. Was an important title for us because in Madrid titles are required. So our goal now is to win the Cup and the Champions League. In the league, Barcelona has all possibilities, but we still have goals grands.’s season can still be a great success. A player should not ever be up early. ”

The rematch at OLD TRAFFORD

“It will be a tough game against a very good team, but we showed in the first leg of what we are capable. Went clearly better in the first half, with plenty of chances. We have great respect for Manchester, but our goal is play like we can and we can beat anyone. Whoever can win in Barcelona can win in Manchester “.

Jose Mourinho ON

“I am fit, happy to play every week, I have fun on the court. That’s because coach trusts me and he would appreciate my good performance. The media writes a lot about his relationship with the costumes, but I just I can say that my relationship with Mourinho is really good. supports me and, for me, is one of the best coaches in the world, if not the best. ”

ANTI-GROUP? Mourinho in the locker room?

“That’s rubbish.’re A team and if we were not together we would not have won in Barcelona. Everyone is friendly to each other, we are like a small family. I never said I would go if Mourinho still, that’s a nonsense “.

PEP and Bayern

“In Madrid we have not talked about it, in the selection, yes.’s One of the best coaches in the world and has won many titles with Barcelona amazing. Now is determined to do even better at Bayern. But I do not know him personally I have never spoken to him, so I can not judge him as a person. ”

Source: www.bsnsportsblog.com

Bayern Munich Plot Move to Sign Real Madrid Playmaker Mesut Ozil as Pep Guardiola Makes Summer Spending Plans

Spanish source El Mundo Deportivo claim that Pep Guardiola is hoping to lure Real Madrid midfielder Mesut Ozil to the Allianz Arena.

The former Barcelona boss will take over at the Bavarian club in the summer and is said to be keen on landing the Real Madrid playmaker and talk of an apparent rift developing between the Bernabeu players and their boss Jose Mourinho may well aid any move to capture the German international.

Ozil may be keen on a potential return to the Bundesliga and such a move could be helped by the presence of Guardiola and may be all the more likely to succeed if Mourinho is still in charge of Real Madrid by the summer.

The 24 year old is into his third season at the La Liga giants and has been a veritable assist making machine, racking up 60 in 135 appearances.

Source: caughtoffside.com

Manchester United Make Real Madrid Playmaker Mesut Özil Number One Summer Signing

Reports coming out of Manchester this evening claim that United are to approach Real Madrid this summer over a possible move for midfielder Mezit Özil.

Özil, whose parents are Turkish, became a symbol of a ‘new Germany’ at the 2010 World Cup as they ripped apart their reputation for dull efficiency to hammer four goals past England and Argentina.

Following the tournament, United went toe-to-toe with Real Madrid to secure the player’s signature, only for the German to choose the Spanish side at the eleventh hour.

With 37-year-old Paul Scholes forced out of retirement this season, Ferguson will know that he is still in desperate need of another playmaker in midfield. Failed attempts at signing Dutch international Wesley Sneijder now sees the United boss turn his attention back to the young German.

The ex Werder Bremen playemaker has proved that he has what it takes to play for one of Europe’s elite, chipping in with 10 goals and 25 assists last season for Real. However, it has been rumored that Özil is unhappy with the lifestyle in Madrid, with reports saying that a Premier League move would be most welcome.

Furthermore, following two impressive seasons at Real Madrid, Ferguson will feel certain that Özil possesses the big-match mentality required to cope with the pressure and expectation surrounding the Old Trafford side.

Özil joined Madrid for a reported £12.5m and it is now believed that the German international is likely to cost United at least double that if they are to secure his services. United will need to match the player’s high wage demands, which are believed to be in the region of £140,000 per week with the Spanish giants.