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‘Wenger, sign a striker and win the league’ says Jimmy Bullard

Ahead of Sunday’s huge London derby between Arsenal and Chelsea at The Emirates Stadium, former Premier League star, Jimmy Bullard, has called on Arsene Wenger to sign a world class centre forward to secure his side’s first Premier League title since 2004. Bullard, who was speaking at a Carling Shirt Amnesty event, believes it’s a […]

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An interview with the Highbury streaker…

In 2003, Arsenal played Farnborough Town at Highbury in what was supposed to be a big giant killing session from the minnows. Instead, the highlight of the night came from a little known cockney called Tony Whelan, a 25 year old, semi-bald man with a very special message to give… WTTGT

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Meet the global Gooners: Brazil

So far, in our quest around the world to find the most wonderful of Arsenal fans, we’ve been to Malaysia, the USA, India and South Africa. Our next stop, although slightly out of sync if this was not hypathetical, is Sao Paulo of Brazil. They may well have the amazing Christ the Redeemer, but, they […]

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Rohan Ricketts: Following his dreams

WTTGT interviews former Arsenal player, Rohan Ricketts. The ex-England U-21 international spills all about his time with Arsenal, his switch to Tottenham, Moldovan cuisine and his forthcoming work outside of the game. In between all that Ricketts talks about his dreams within the game, and where he hopes to be playing next season. WTTGT

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Bob Wilson OBE: “For the love of the game”

In 1971, Arsenal romped to a league and cup double. Under the guidance of experienced players, Bob Wilson and Frank McLintock, Arsenal were dominant. WTTGT interviewed the former of these legends to find out his thoughts on how the game has changed, the Arsenal goalkeepers, and how his charity helps change people’s lives. Read Bob’s […]

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Eddie McGoldrick: “Tiddler in the ocean”

Arsenal’s faithful fans will remember a guy from George Graham’s managerial spell at Highbury names Eddie McGoldrick. The former Gooner has been speaking to WTTGT writer, Mikey Mumford about his time in North London and his rise from non-league to Europe. WTTGT

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Meet the global Gooners: India

Being an Arsenal fan might not mean that you pay £600 every season for your ticket. It might not mean that you wear the shirt day-in-day-out. Across the globe there are millions of fans who serve the club to the best of their ability and one of those groups is the AMSC. David McManus caught […]

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