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Pepe’s AFCON form can earn him a run at ‘False Nine’ for Arsenal

Despite being initially left out of Cote D’Ivoire’s opener at the AFCON, Nicholas Pepe, has since set the tournament alight with an assist and two magnificent goals to help his country into the knockout phase. His display against one of the pre-tournament favourites, Algeria, with an intelligent assist for Kessie and a wonderfully struck solo […]

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Sadly Arsenal will have to cash in on Eddie Nketiah in January

The long running Eddie Nketiah story is again in the headlines as the player is reported to be reluctant to extend his stay in North London. The England Under 21s record goal scorer feels he need to be playing regularly and at 23 by the end of this season I have some sympathy for him. […]

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A deeper dive into Lacazette and Tavares’ vital contributions at Leicester

Three games into the 2021/2022 Premier League campaign, Arsenal were in disarray. Zero goals scored, zero points on the board and rooted to 19th in the table going into the first international break of the season. Performances were incredibly underwhelming and pressure was mounting on Mikel Arteta, with many Gooners across the globe demanding a […]

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These Arsenal strikers set to leave the club for free.

It is looking increasingly likely that Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah could leave Arsenal for absolutely nothing after both have run their contracts down, expiring this summer. Familiar story for Arsenal fans. Players leaving Arsenal for free unfortunately is nothing new to the Gunners with previous heartache seeing the likes of Alexis Sanchez, Aaron Ramsey […]

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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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No Youngsters at the Hawthorns as Arteta faces a MUST win League Cup Banana Skin

I have genuine mixed feelings about the tough away tie at the Hawthorns tomorrow night. In the past, unlike with the FA Cup, I have relished the opportunity to see our manager blood youngsters in the League Cup and also offer the chance for those in the first team squad, on the fringes, to press […]

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Will the Gunners be firing with another opening day trip to a promoted side?

To commence his first full season as the Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta defeated Liverpool on penalties to add the Community Shield to the FA Cup, and then got the Premier League campaign off to a flyer. Up against the newly-promoted Fulham, the Spaniard sent out an attack-minded 3-4-3 to win 3-0 at Craven Cottage. With […]

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Transfer Window Pending – To be Ruthless on the Pitch, Arsenal need to be Ruthless off it!

For years, we’ve stood by and watched our best players leave the club. Transfer markets were like grey clouds in the distance; they couldn’t be avoided, what was about to happen seemed inevitable; rumours circled, players agitated for their ‘big’ moves, they left and misery rained down on the fan base. From our perspective, the […]

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8 Gunners playing for their Arsenal Futures

Having scraped a last-minute draw at home to lowly Fulham, Arsenal face Everton this Friday with a won now essential to stay in the race for Europa League qualification next season. Arteta will need to block out the European Super League news, which is everywhere and try to focus his squad on the games ahead. […]

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Arsenal Pressed and Pounced like a Panther in Prague – Positives, Hopes and Needs

Like a Panther POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES That was one incredibly well coached game. Slavia insisted on playing out from the back and were fine in the first phase. Second phase their midfield couldn’t connect. I watched, paused, re-wound the TV and saw what was happening. Arteta had set us up to tempt them. To […]

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