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New Year’s resolutions: From Sanchez to Harry the Hornet, what EVERY team must fix

Date Posted,December 31, 2016

The new year is upon us and for most people it couldn’t come quick enough after the mess that was 2016.

And it’s at this point that most people make New Year’s Resolutions and set themselves goals for the coming 12 months (that they will probably break before the New Year’s Day hangover even kicks in).

But what resolutions should the 20 Premier League teams set themselves for the coming 12 months? Here are some suggestions…

Arsenal – Give Sanchez whatever he wants

It might be the most obvious observation ever but the Chilean will be pivotal to any trophy the Gunners win this season.

He has scored or assisted 27 goals in his last 27 Premier League games for Arsenal (19 goals, 8 assists) and without him Arsenal have just Olivier Giroud or Lucas Perez up front.

Reports suggest Sanchez is stalling over a new contract but Arsenal should just give him whatever he wants to convince him to stay.

Whether that’s a bumper new contract or little jumpers for his dogs, whatever it is, give it to him.

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