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Where are they now – Arsenal’s own golden generation

Part of Arsenal’s recent demise has been down to Arsene Wenger’s persistant faith in a group of under achieving youngsters. In September 2008, Wenger named 13 teenagers in his 18 man squad to face Sheffield United in a League Cup match at the Emirates, with the oldest member of the squad being just 23 years of […]

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A move away would revitalise Ramsey

Lady luck has conspired against Aaron Ramsey in recent years and it would be in the Welshman’s interest to move away from the Emirate’s to reignite a stuttering career. After being billed as one of the brightest footballing stars to come out of Wales in years, Ramsey’s abilities persuaded Arsenal to part with £5m to […]

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Arsenal should be thankful for forward three

This week could have easily felt a lot worse for Arsenal supporters having watched their side get four points in their last two games, with neither result looking likely for most of Wednesday night and Saturday afternoon. Coming from two goals down to get a draw at home against Liverpool and scraping a win against […]

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Yoann Gourcuff: The man to keep Ramsey on the bench

There was a quip in the past concerning Arsenal and their high level of French players in their squad. While Newcastle United may’ve taken over the mantle from the Gunners, it hasn’t stopped the north London side from being linked with a move for players currently based in Ligue Un. One of those is Lyon midfielder Yoann Gourcuff. The […]

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Rambo justifies his place

Aaron Ramsey has endured mixed fortunes since arriving at Arsenal as an 18-year-old from Cardiff City back in 2008. His heights include captaining his country and scoring the winner a few years back against Manchester United, with his lows being his horrific injury as well as his uncertain squad status. WTTGT

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