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Could the Chelsea/Abramovich drama be the start of a bigger sportswashing reckoning?

News that the UK government had placed a freeze on the assets of Chelsea Football Club’s oligarch owner Roman Abramovich threw the football world into a frenzy yesterday. I’m not going to go into the ins and outs of the ramifications of the sanctions, or wax lyrical about who may end up buying Chelsea (and […]

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Arsenal 0-3 City – Abysmal Gunners Battered By Rampant Citizens

Arsenal 0-3 City Carabao Cup Final review So it’s not been another day of Wembley glory. City were the better team overall, and we just lacked the capacity to handle their intensity in the second half. On Sky Sports, Martin Tyler said that “we never got going”, and it was true. We just were not able […]

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Cometh the Carabao cometh the man – Legendary starts here – Pierre Eric Aubameyang

Arsenal vs. Man City Carabao Cup final preview Well it’s here. The final between ourselves and Man. City. Both have had bad mid-week results. But can we win here? I say yes. Call me mad, I don’t mind nor care. But I’m a Gooner. And one thing I know is that on our day we […]

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Why, despite Pep’s love of width, the key to beating Man City may lie Centrally

In the coming days a lot will be written about how Arsenal should approach the Caribou Cup Final against Manchester City. Despite their recent loss to Wigan, they are still the most in-form team in England and arguably the best team in the world. I’d predict that the consensus for Arsenal’s strategies to be successful […]

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