Tag Archives | Carlos Vela


Introducing Marcelo Flores – a two-footed Samir Nasri but with more goals in him!

It seems there are an unlimited number of exciting youngsters at Arsenal at present. We all know that the actual number – and it is a numbers game – that make it into first teamers is small, but it does feel, with our current first team squad as it is, that the next few years […]

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You've only come to see Eboue

Eboue speaks of Arsenal Return – Shiny disco balls and late night booty calls

My old man always said “Son, never give them your surname and never go back”, great advice (mmmm) but there are always some worth a late night booty call*.  Sol and Henry got their second chance at love and of course Flame in in his 3rd year of a rekindle romance with the Gunners. Are […]

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Wojciech Szczesny

Wojciech Szczesny was set to become our Gianluigi Buffon – but it doesn’t look like he will anymore

Wojciech Szczesny has completed his move to AS Roma, the guy himself announced the deal via his Instagram account. Although all reports do not agree about the formula of the deal, John Cross of the Mirror believes that the initial loan move could be made permanent for as little as £ 5m. If confirmed, that means […]

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The man with the cheeky chip finding his feet in Spain

Cesc Fabregas, Alex Song, Carlos Vela: Arsene Wenger’s superb Booty Call history, and which former Arsenal lovers could return

My dad was always one for his ‘pearls of wisdom’, one that always stuck in my mind was, “Son, never go back, she’s never the same second time around”. The other one was, “Son, best form of contraception? Don’t tell them your surname”?!  So anyway, back to the first one.  As my dad advised, most managers […]

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Does Carlos Vela deserves another chance at Arsenal? – Vibes from La Liga

Before I dive straight into my first piece for WTTGT, I’d like to thank Dave Seager for giving me the opportunity to write for this up-and-coming Arsenal website. My column is devoted to news regarding Arsenal from Spain. So you can expect some updates on ex-Gunners plying their trade in Spain, loanees and reports from […]

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Where are they now – Arsenal’s own golden generation

Part of Arsenal’s recent demise has been down to Arsene Wenger’s persistant faith in a group of under achieving youngsters. In September 2008, Wenger named 13 teenagers in his 18 man squad to face Sheffield United in a League Cup match at the Emirates, with the oldest member of the squad being just 23 years of […]

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