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EXCLUSIVE – The BEST Rant at the Anti-Arsenal Media and Philistine Pundits EVER

  Occasional GT Columnist @LordHillwood let out a build up of anger at the media and pundits (cundits) with their anti-Arsenal agenda today. He unleashed umpteen 140 character tweets one after the other and having washed his mouth out with soap what follows may not see us in court! All that is wrong in English […]

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Alan ‘Smudger’ Smith Interview Part 2 – Punditry, Media, Giroud, the lost art of defending and Goals Galore!

This is Part 2 of Lord Hillwood’s exclusive interview with Alan Smith. For Part 1, click here.   Alan Smith commentating on Arsenal v Chelsea at the Emirates   After a glittering career at Arsenal, Leicester and playing for England, Alan Smith at the age of 32, hung up his boots and retired due to […]

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EXCLUSIVE Interview with Arsenal Legend Alan Smudger Smith, Part 1

I recently interviewed Alan Smith, ex Arsenal no 9, double Golden boot winner, 89 Anfield scorer, Scorer of the goal that beat Parma in the 1994 Uefa cup winners cup final, and a whole lot more. Alan is now a Sky commentator, and Daily Telegraph columnist. The interview covered his career on the pitch, and […]

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The Walcott Conundrum Part II – So Cheerio to our Theo or more pay and stay?

This is part II of the Walcott Conundrum article that began earlier today here from @Lordhillwood. Part 1 – Press Here  Looking at goal ratio per game only reveals part of the story, we need to look at key aspects of TW’s game over 3-4 seasons to see how he has developed (if at all) […]

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Is it time for Arsenal to say ‘Cheerio to Theo?’ – The Walcott Conundrum Part 1

Before reading this article might I ask that you please take off your red and white spectacles and try to be objective rather than allow your loyalty to the club and our players to cloud your view. Weighing up a conundrum is never easy, especially when so many variables apply. In the case of a […]

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