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Perky Arsenal to kick off new season in tricky Palace fixture (Match Preview)

  Its finally here, the football season kicks off tonight as we face off against Crystal Palace. After what seems like an age from when we last kicked off against Everton on the 22nd May the football is back. The new shirts are now released; squad numbers have shuffled about, pre season games completed and […]

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Arsenal’s Emirates Fabulous 2022 12th Man will be needed tonight – #AFCvLFC

With barely enough time to digest all the highs and positivity of Sunday’s victory over Leicester today’s opponents Liverpool roll up into town. If people never saw a match between the two as a rivalry the events that unfolded around the Carabao Cup Semi Final certainly have added a new edge to the battle between […]

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Transfer Deadline Day: More lean than mean – Is Mikel content with his Arsenal machine?

So we have reached Transfer Deadline Day. That dreaded day which plays Russian Roulette with football fans mental health when activity has been non-existent throughout the month. The transfer window is a time which I hate the most as it almost feels like daily a new name pops up as a potential target. The usual […]

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Post Forest Defeat Rant!!!

This was a bad day at office, a really really bad day at the office. There’s just no scope available to defend it. We were terrible from the first whistle to the end and can have no complaints about the final result. We are out of the FA Cup; we started the day talking about […]

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The Road to FA Cup 15 begins today

The start of the FA cup journey begins for Arsenal in the Third Round against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground. A club steeped long in English Football history and it’s always a wonder why they no longer grace the highest league. Forest is definitely a club that linger in recent memory when you recall […]

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Arsenal’s “30’s-Too-Old” Policy: do we move the clocks back for Laca?

What’s going to happen now with Alexandre Lacazette? It’s a nice conundrum to have and testament to how he’s turned around favour with the club and fans that it is now a valid question to be asked. Do we do all we can to keep him? Do we cash in? Should it be a long […]

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Sambi, Maitland-Niles or Elneny if Arteta stays 4231 at Brighton?

  Today we take the trip up to Brighton for the early evening fixture. Given the events of Guendouzi/Maupay-gate a little bit of a feud has built up between Arsenal and Brighton fans and players alike. Nothing sinister of course but Arsenal fans certainly remember the challenge by Maupay which resulted in a long term […]

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Tavares and Martinelli took the chance to impress Arteta, as Partey improved match fitness

Well it was surprising to learn that the Carabao Third round tie against AFC Wimbledon wasn’t televised and available anywhere. I cannot recall the last time this was the case; understandably this news didn’t go down well with many supporters who don’t have the opportunity to view Arsenal games without access to streams and television […]

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A Strong Second String v AFC Wimbledon, with with a debut for ‘You know who?

How do you predict a line up for a game like this? AFC Wimbledon are the visitors to the Emirates for the Carabao Cup Third Round tie and there is a clamour for one or two exciting prospects to get some much anticipated minutes for the first team. This type of fixture was the very […]

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Lokonga to get the nod to partner Partey at Turf Moor and other Arteta decisions to make

So next up for the Gunners is what can be deemed a difficult trip to Burnley. A team that fits the template perfectly for Arsenal kryptonite over the years. A big strong physical side with the potential to disrupt and spoil any attempts at any fancy football whilst giving the opposition defence no easy ride. […]

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