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“De Form of Dat Guy suggests de end of de road for Olivier Giroud as First Choice”

Where does Welbeck’s recent form leave Giroud? In what has been an elongated period of negatives for Arsenal football club, one positive along with a few others showed himself again in the impressive 2-0 victory over Everton at the weekend. No it is not another Arsenal fan over-hyping Alex Iwobi, although he was half decent […]

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Arsenal vs Barcelona

What can David do to topple Goliath? A look into what Barcelona has to offer

Despite being two of their respective nation’s biggest domestic sides, the upcoming Champions League fixtures between Arsenal and Barcelona has a tad of an inferiority complex about it. The all-conquering Catalans are heavily tipped to brush aside a team who are currently favourites to lift the Premier League crown (according to the bookies). After some […]

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Wenger must find a role for Ramsey’s attributes soon or selling might be for the Greater Good?

It has been a rather depressing few days in the life of Arsenal fans after yet another sickening blow inflicted by the arch nemesis that is Chelsea. Despite the fact the red card we were dealt this time to Per Mertesacker being the correct decision, the sour taste left in the mouths of the Gunner […]

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A new Pragmatic Wenger

Arsenal, Entertainers and Winners not just Entertainers – The New Pragmatic Wenger

As seems to be the same every season, Arsenal are set to embark on a hugely difficult set of fixtures in the coming months. With Liverpool away the first of many challenges coming at Arsene Wenger and his merry men it will be interesting to see how the squad copes. However, for once in what […]

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Sanchez vs City

To risk Alexis or not? Or make him a post-Christmas present?

Wednesdays are never a great day of the week anyway, it’s too far away from Friday and it’s just downright depressing. Well for Arsenal fans, some news made this week’s Wednesday just that little bit worse with many a source confirming that Manchester City danger man Sergio Aguero is set to be fit for the […]

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A rare header

A Hungry Ozil is a thing of true beauty – ‘A Play-making Animal!’

It’s funny isn’t it how one display of our true talent which personified Arsene Wenger’s philosophy that has encompassed our great club can really change the mood in our fan base. The demons from the West Brom game seem to have been exorcised as our boys brought out the big guns to comfortably dispose of […]

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LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 26: Santi Cazorla of Arsenal during the Emirates Cup match between Arsenal and VfL Wolfsburg at Emirates Stadium on July 26, 2015 in London, England.  (Photo by Catherine Ivill - AMA/Getty Images).

Cazorla could suffer as Arsenal get ‘Coq-blocked’

The last couple of days or so has seen a meltdown of almost catastrophic proportions across the Arsenal fan base due to the injury of our seemingly only capable midfield enforcer Francis Coquelin. The knee injury sustained by our ‘police officer’ has many believing that our title challenge could suffer greatly as a consequence, although […]

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Muller going nowhere again (courtesy of The Guardian)

Reports today that Thomas Muller is still trying to get out of Monreal’s pocket

An unsung hero delivers once again – Nacho I salute you A victory to remember, a night like few others for Arsenal, the night we stopped what seemed to be an unstoppable Bayern Munich machine and reminded the world that we can compete with the elite in Europe. Oh and it’s also worth mentioning that […]

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giroud-down

Confidence is everything in football and a Confident Giroud scores goals – Gooners you know what to do!

Get off Giroud’s back and help him rebuild his confidence The fallout has descended from what was a frustrating transfer window to say the least, constant links with star strikers across the world were short lived as we became the only club in Europe’s top five leagues not to sign an outfield player – for […]

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He’s a Boy who can do anything – The Rise of Hector and the balance he gives Arsenal

Just how important has Bellerin become to Arsenal? Sometimes in football player’s progress at a good pace, sometimes they progress even quicker and in the case of Hector Bellerin they progress at a similar pace to our young Spanish right backs sprint speed – just to be clear that’s rather quick. If we cast our […]

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