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Wenger’s last Maureen Presser – The Alternative Transcription :)

  Sky Sports: “Arsene, over the past 14 years you’ve have had many battles with Jose. Have you anything to say about him before going into, potentially, your last confrontation?” Arsene: “Some people wrong because they are not strong enough to fight temptation and some are wrong because that do not know”   The Current […]

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Capitalist Gain and Sporting pain – A Gooner and a Belarusian walk into a Bar!

An Englishman and a Belarusian walk into an Irish bar in Hong Kong to watch the latest instalment of the Europa League. The Belarusian orders a bottle of vodka and sits at one end of the bar and the Englishman orders a pint of Fosters and sits at the other. 25 minutes into the game, […]

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The Curious Case of Mesut Ozil – Why the under appreciated genius?

Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil has attracted plenty of harsh criticism for going missing in games, and has even found himself under attack for being in a 16-year-old’s pocket after his poor performance in the opening day defeat against West Ham. The condemnations of Germany’s World Cup winner are odd, given how highly thought-of Ozil is by […]

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5 Questions to arise from Premier League Game Week 1

Does Pre-season mean anything? You can beat everyone who’s put in front of you during pre-season, even your biggest rivals (eventually) but if you believe the hype and don’t turn up at the big show, it means nothing !! You can beat everyone who’s put in front of you during pre-season, even your biggest rivals […]

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Fake Mourinho Honourability – It was Never about the Handshake

So, Sunday happened. The often spurned, depending on whether your team wins it or not, FA Community Shield was taken by Arsenal for the second year in a row following last season’s successful defence of the FA Cup – another trophy that seems to be given less value depending on who wins it. The club […]

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The new Resilient Arsenal have progressed in 14/15 – Wenger has retained flair but learned to win ugly and not lose!

This season so far has seemed like a big step forward for this Arsenal squad, despite only being three points better off than at this stage last season. Of course there has still been some worrying results; the Monaco, Tottenham and Southampton performances spring to mind as well as the home defeat to Manchester United […]

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Wenger in the ascendancy as Media finally tire of Bus Parking Moaning Mourinho

This review will contain very little it terms of actual team news and possible line-ups for Sunday. These have been brilliantly covered by Andrea and Tim  already, do I decided to focus on something else entirely. Bear with me. This year I’ve witnessed a rather unusual and, therefore, interesting phenomenon. I’m not even talking about […]

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Ramsey to miss out in best midfield balance to beat Chelsea

I’m pretty sure that Andrea’s blog from yesterday about who will cover Chelsea’s main danger man and attacking threat Eden Hazard, due to the absence of Diego Costa, Drogba and Remy, was pretty much spot-on (I’d go with Debuchy at right-back and Cazorla at right midfield with the personnel available but Debuchy with Oxlade-Chamberlain would […]

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