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Are you a member of The AAA? – Anti-Arsenal Agenda

The AAA Pochettino- “With the project we have here and the philosophy and everything, it is completely different today, the Premier League. When you compare with the other teams that compete with us, for me it is a very successful period.”  The media- Oooooohhhhhh, Pochettino is an intelligent manager and the Sp*ds are a success. […]

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Carabao Cup

Arsenal v Doncaster – It’s All About The Kids: Reiss, Ainsley and Fergy Jr.

Arsenal vs. Doncaster Rovers Carabao Cup Wednesday 20th September 2017 As autumn dawns and it gets colder, the League Cup’s sponsors are a cold drink too. I don’t drink energy drinks that much, but then this isn’t a “monster” tie. Nor will this tie have a strong bite to it, like a “gator”(ade). Sorry, I […]

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Is this the Arsenal Road map

Arsenal Playing Staff Decisions MUST START NOW if it is Project ‘Sustainability’ and not ‘Project ‘Splash the Cash’

Somebody who once worked for Match of the Day infamously said that winning the league was impossible with kids. Of course, Alan Hansen was talking about Ferguson’s blend of talented kids and season pros after an early season hammering at the hands of Aston Willa. What is rarely commented on was the poor state of […]

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Danny Impresses and an English Ale Returns – Tales from the Wenger’s Head

Welcome to the only place where you can read the inside track on the goings on Inside Wenger’s Head. It has been an interesting week I can tell you.. The landlord has been very supportive of a barman called Danny. He is often off sick for long periods and even when he is working, he […]

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More Joy with 4231

Last Night again shows Wenger MUST use the 4231 and 3421 as Appropriate

So with last night begun a season (at least) of Thursday night football. With kick-off delayed an hour due to the issues with the Cologne supporters that descended on the capital, Arsenal laboured through a dreadful first half in which they played as if they were still waiting for the game to begin. A quick […]

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‘The Grateful Eight’ – The Young Guns with the chance to Shine in Sydney

Last night, Arsenal officially announced their 25-man squad that would be contesting in the club’s four international pre-season fixtures. Overall, the list contained no major shocks, with the likes of Shkodran Mustafi and Alexis Sanchez missing out on the tour after contesting in international football following the end of the season. Additionally, a variety of […]

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The Future

Europa League – An Opportunity for Chambers and Holding to forge Partnership and Fringe Payers to Shine

The high of Arsenal’s brilliant performance at Stoke City on Saturday soon made way, at least in some quarters, on Sunday, when Liverpool eased to victory over a poor West Ham United side. Three points for the Reds effectively ended the Gunners hopes of playing Champions League football yet again next season, with only an extremely […]

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Do players trust this man still?

Wenger is spoiled with his Squad’s Versatility but is this an Asset or a Liabilty?

What a paradox! This winter’s definitely was the transfers window I enjoyed the most – Yet Arsenal basically had zero activity. The window shut down last night and there was no anxiety, no drama, no speculations, no anger and no frustration, which is a very pleasant change, compared to recent seasons. Have we finally moved […]

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Ainsley Maitland-Niles

Boys to Men: is Arsenal’s Academy Wenger’s Greatest Parting Gift?

A banter era line up winning us a game 5-0, yes that is the reality of supporting the Arsenal in 2017 and how happy we all are that this is the case. Three double-barrelled young guns in the midfield slots combined with two returning heroes on the wings and an oft forgotten/neglected Spaniard in the […]

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Forget SAS, The Arsenal Future might be WAW – Saints 0 – Arsenal 5

When Arsenal’s squad was announced I had only one thing to say: this is either a masterstroke and we’ll win convincingly, or it’s a huge mistake and  we’ll screw up completely. (That is 2 things 🙂 )There was reason enough to worry: Arsene made 10 changes to the side which narrowly beaten Burnley on Sunday, […]

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