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Negativity flows, can Mikel cure Arsenal’s woes? He must start by picking Ramsdale today

At times it can be extremely difficult not to find yourself becoming completely engulfed in the waves of negativity that frequently flow amongst the Arsenal fan base. Particularly after our results against Brentford, Chelsea and Manchester City in our opening three league fixtures. Over the years I’ve learned to acknowledge that voices of discontent will […]

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To Absent Friends! – A new season without Danny and Claude awaits.

Following a difficult eighteen months caused by the pandemic, where many of us lost family members or friends at a time where it was almost impossible to visit them during their final days or even attend their funeral services after they’ve passed, the return of supporters to football grounds for the 2021-22 season offers a […]

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Do we have any excuses left for Arteta? – We need to win a match because of him and not in spite of him

It’s time for the excuses to stop and some of our fans need to finally accept that Arteta’s poor management has been part of the problem so far this campaign. I sat there for the duration of our first leg encounter with Villarreal believing that we have the players to beat them but sadly, at […]

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In Arteta I believe but Arsenal have underachieved!

It’s evident the Arteta in or out debate will continue to rage amongst our fan base after every Arsenal result. Win, lose or draw, it’s “I told you so” and it’s become as predictable as our lack of consistency on the pitch. Surprisingly, there was even negativity after winning the recent North London derby. Can […]

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Sorry Arteta but a win tonight at St Mary’s does not justify Saturday’s FA Cup Capitulation

It’s been a couple of weeks since I last wrote an article. I had hoped that after our three home fixtures, where we had won two and drawn one, keeping three clean sheets and progressing into the fourth round of the FA Cup in the process, I’d be writing a positive one on my return. […]

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It’s Snow Joke – Arteta finally gets it Right, so let’s hope he has learned from his previous mistakes.

For the first time since the opening game of the season, I genuinely enjoyed watching the entirety of an Arsenal match. In fact, I didn’t want it to finish and I can’t remember the last time that I felt that way. Even our recent win over Chelsea had some nervous moments, such as them being […]

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If all the kids were Saka, we would win something with kids!

The same starting eleven, with the exception of Aubameyang replacing Lacazette. Another victory. What a difference a few days and a sprinkling of youngsters can make. Instead of looking at the teams below us, we are now starting to look at those above us. Hopefully that continues with further improvement too. Whilst our first half […]

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Arteta cannot be blamed for Martinelli being unavailable but Runnarson is the Worst Keeper ever seen at Arsenal

When you are unable to attend matches or meet up with likeminded individuals before or after games and your team is frequently being a disappointment on the pitch, it can be easy to forget the enjoyment that being a football fan can actually bring. Finally, at the eighth attempt, we were given a satisfying reminder […]

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How much longer can Arteta ride on past glories? Time is definitely running out for the beleaguered Arsenal boss.

As soon as I saw the team selection for our game against Burnley, I felt deflated before a ball had even been kicked. Judging from the lack of noise from our supporters inside the stadium, I wasn’t the only one. Our starting lineups are as predictable and unimaginative as the majority of our league performances […]

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Arteta comes up with the plan for the players to execute – If the plan isn’t working CHANGE IT!

There are times as a writer, be it professional or hobbyist, where you begin to question the futility of penning thoughts that you consider to be becoming repetitive. That’s the stage I had reached on Monday morning, following yet another league defeat the night before. In truth, I was sulking but as with anything that […]

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