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Jamie Kutner

Sports Writer

Location icon United Kingdom

Jamie Kutner is a freelance sports writer residing in London.
He currently writes for www.football-talk.co.uk and www.90min.com.
A huge Arsenal fan, he uses his unique voice to report and comment on all things football.

He also has experience writing reviews for theatre and film on www.upper-circle.com and www.ayoungertheatre.com

Jamie is friendly, ambitious and full of personality. For more information, contact him at [email protected]

Football Talk | Premier League News
Arsenal review: The team are getting results but performances are far from perfect

On the face of it, September was a good month for Arsenal. The side are sat 3rd in the table, only one point behind Champions Man City while elsewhere their other top four challengers, most enjoyably Tottenham, are crumbling around them. This sounds like Arsenal dreamland; yet even in this supposed Eden, some fans are calling for Emery's sacking.

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If Unai Emery doesn't find answers the Arsenal board will be forced to act

Unai Emery joined Arsenal with one clear target; get the club back into the Champions League. He was given no clear instructions on how to achieve this, other than a vague message of 'maintaining the Arsenal way' and most assumed Emery, a tactically obsessed perfectionist, would drill the error-prone Arsenal into a well-oiled machine.

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What to do with Granit Xhaka?

Arsenal's midfield frailties have been apparent for close to a decade now, but back in 2016, when Arsene Wenger splashed his tightly held cash to purchase powerhouse Granit Xhaka, it appeared the club had finally secured a player to control the middle of the park.

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Josh Kroenke, does he actually care?

It is just over a year since it was announced that Alisher Usmanov would sell his 30% share of Arsenal football club as he accepted an offer of £550m from Stan Kroenke's company KSE, giving him total ownership of the club.

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4-2-3-1 or 5-2-3? Willock over Ozil? - 3 possible Arsenal line-ups vs Liverpool

Arsenal face Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday in a highly anticipated match up between the two remaining teams yet to drop any points this season. Earlier in the week, manager Unai Emery joked 'we'd rather not play Liverpool' and although it was said in jest, there's certainly an element of truth in there.

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Joe Willock: The young Arsenal player always on the rise

Joe Willock is the youngest of three Willock's to come through the Arsenal academy. Eldest Matt, 22, left for Man United in 2012 and this summer joined Gillingham. The middle of the three, Chris, 21, left the Gunners in 2017 for Benfica and has joined West Brom on loan for the 2019-20 season.

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Edu: The final piece of Arsenal's managerial jigsaw?

Eduardo César Daude Gaspar, or more commonly known as, Edu, has become the first ever Technical Director of Arsenal Football Club. Since Ivan Gazidis became Chief Executive in 2009, there's been whisperings of the club hoping to employ an individual in this role; however, Arsene Wenger remained resistant to anyone interfering in his transfers and vision and nothing ever happened.

Theatre Reviews

A Younger Theatre
Review: Colour Is Too Sweet, King's Head Theatre - A Younger Theatre

Within the UK, apartheid South Africa (the institutionally racist segregation system between 1948-1994), and the struggle to destroy it, is usually shown through the prism of Nelson Mandela's life. While Mandela's story is incredibly inspiring, it doesn't allow for the personal impact apartheid had on lesser known individuals.

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