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A Strong Second String v AFC Wimbledon, with with a debut for ‘You know who?

How do you predict a line up for a game like this? AFC Wimbledon are the visitors to the Emirates for the Carabao Cup Third Round tie and there is a clamour for one or two exciting prospects to get some much anticipated minutes for the first team. This type of fixture was the very […]

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Bukayo Saka is absolutely not going anywhere! Is he?

(T)here we go.Back-off, fellas, Bukayo Saka is not for sale. True, at least for the time being. There will be a moment when he will be, whether we want it or not. Bukayo Saka is one of the most promising youngsters in Europe and has already shown that he is able to carry the whole […]

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It’s 3421 to beat Chelsea with Saka and Maitland Niles as Wing-backs

Since the opening day defeat, given the quality of the opposition, in the next 2 matches for Arsenal, I have been pondering whether Arteta might opt for the comfort of three at the back for the Chelsea match. Of course, he has done so before, matched up his West London rivals and with some degree […]

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A Strong well argued case made for Odegaard over Maddison

To be or not to be, that’s the question ….. Sorry this is not Shakespeare reincarnated. But it wouldn’t be too far off to allude to the question of which central attacking midfielder Arsenal should go for, to the dilemma of Hamlet in Shakespeare’s famous tragedy –Hamlet.  It is clear, at least going by rumors […]

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Arsenal should focus on what they have rather than what they could have

As the summer transfer window heats up, the inevitable rumour mill begins to spin. Like every Premier League club, Arsenal must deal with the gossip about who may come to the Emirates and who may leave. For fans, the yo-yo effect is exciting, if not a little old. We love the idea of world-class players […]

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Could Arsenal be Dest’s Destination?

As we discussed in a piece earlier today, Arsenal, seemed to be moving away from the haphazard transfer policy of recent years and have a clear focus to their business this summer. It is no longer a case of looking here for the best gambles, with free players on high wages but more a clear […]

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Bukayo Saka – The Arsenal Way will see him Okay!

Bukayo Saka and The Arsenal Way Much has been written this week about Arsenal’s Player of the Season, his incredible, though not surprising to the Arsenal faithful, at the Euros, culminating in his 5th penalty saved in the shoot-out in the final at Wembley. I could write about my incredulity that it was Saka taking […]

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Southgate needs Saka on the bench tonight

Well, as an Arsenal and England fan, Friday evening can only be described as frustrating in the extreme. To watch the Three Lions toil with no attacking flair and with a defensive minded double pivot, inclined to pass safely and sideways or backwards, was like, well like watching Arsenal. The evening was made even more […]

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Tie down Emile Smith Rowe down before worrying about new playmakers we aren’t signing!

I do find this time of year, as the transfer speculation mounts, and the angst heightens amusing and bemusing in equal measure. I used to get dragged in far more than I do these days. Now I just sit back and enjoy the ride, knowing that there is nothing I can do to influence proceedings […]

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Can Arteta learn something watching Tierney for Scotland in the Euros? YES!

Let’s all learn from Scotland. So, contrary to what pretty much anyone who’s ever met me before will say, I come from Scotland. This means that, unlike the vast majority of people who frequent this website (I imagine?), over the past few days I haven’t been watching the likes of Bukayo Saka get booed on […]

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