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3 Key Things Arteta will have learned from Arsenal’s 1-0 defeat at the Etihad

Arsenal travelled to the Etihad with the belief and optimism that they could turn their fortunes around on the road against the top 6, especially after Arteta confirmed new signing Thomas Partey and key defender Kieran Tierney would be included in the squad, roughly at the same time Guardiola ruled out several key players for […]

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No Champions League but can Arteta’s Arsenal defeat the betting odds to win another FA Cup

Can Arsenal defy the betting odds and win another FA Cup?   There is just something about Arsenal and the FA Cup. The Gunners have won the competition 13 times, more than anybody else, and nobody has reached more finals either.   The 2017 triumph was Arsenal’s most recent major trophy and Arsene Wenger’s last […]

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No need for panic despite humbling defeat to City

Arsenal are no strangers to a home defeat on the opening day of a new league season – to Villa in 2013 and West Ham in 2015, in case you needed reminding – but unlike those morale-sapping collapses, their defeat to Manchester City in Unai Emery’s first game in charge need not cause alarm. It […]

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Can Arsenal beat the Champs? – Premier League Predictions- Match Day 1

Welcome to a new series where I will predicting every match of the Premier League season with a guest each week, first up is our very own Dave Seager. Manchester United v Leicester Dave: An interesting prospect because Leicester managed to keep United target Maguire. However as unhappy as the United camp is they will have […]

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LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 09:  Aaron Ramsey of Arsenal shoots just wide during the Barclays Premier League match between Arsenal and West Ham United at the Emirates Stadium on August 9, 2015 in London, England.  (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

Aaron Ramsey back where he belongs and ready to shine like a Star over Christmas, starting tomorrow

I’ve been unable to write for a couple of weeks now because of end of semester exams at my university, it feels really good to be back again. In the meantime, Arsenal have been through a lot. The Champions League qualification, or rather Giroud’s performance in it, forced me to let out my thoughts but […]

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