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Martinez to get the nod vs Fulham? An in depth review of our two outstanding goalkeepers

Over the years, goalkeepers such as Almunia, Fabianski, Mannone and Ospina were all simply not good enough. Szczesny certainly had potential but was far too rash, impulsive and didn’t command his area. And Cech never provided us with the desired consistency which was required and made frequent mistakes, particularly in his penultimate season (2017/18) with […]

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How far can the World Cup Gunners go in Russia?

Arsenal’s World Cup players – How well can our players do in the coming World Cup?     Whilst we may not have as many World Cup players as in previous tournaments, it’s interesting to see nonetheless how well they can do With the addition of Lichtsteiner, we have an additional player in the World […]

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Not cutting it this season

SPRING CLEANING COMES EARLY TO LONDON COLNEY – Who can be swept out?

It is only January and Winter, but it has been clear for some time now that Arsenal from top to bottom as a football club needs cleansing. Some members of the playing body as well as the coaching staff and maybe the board, need to be culled. The club has been trending in a wrong […]

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Decisions decisions

Will Wenger Give Ospina a Run Out before Wembley and is it Danny or Oli v Toffees?

So, it’s the last league game of the season, and we go into it needing the start to align to make the Champions League places for the 21st consecutive season under Arsene Wenger. I’ll start with the permutations then. What we need to do to qualify for the Champions League We can either rival Manchester […]

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Alexis vs West Ham

Mertesacker back to counter Carroll’s Aerial Threat v Hammers

We play West Ham today, and it’s about time we got a league win under our belts. Despite beating Slaven Bilic’s side comfortably back in December, the game up until half-time was much more even than the final score suggested. It was, indeed, reflected in the half-time score – 1-0 to the Arsenal in the […]

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AFC vs City

Arsenal Players, Stand up, Show some Pride and Stop the Slide – #AFCvMCFC

Albeit playing Manchester City after four league defeats in five games is less daunting than playing Chelsea on the back of such a streak, this is hardly the best way to get into the swing of things nonetheless. My usual line “we’ll produce a response after a defeat like that” died a horrible death more […]

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One divorce complete, now time for the next?

Wenger and Arsenal. A Broken Marriage with one half still clinging to false hopes of a return to the Good Old days

I am going to get straight to the point; I am concerned about the immediate future of Arsenal Football Club. To many, that may appear to be an overreaction. Especially when taking in to consideration, that with the exception of the five teams currently sitting above us in the table, every club in the country […]

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Need to pick themselves up

Wenger backs his players but they are not backing him – #WBAvAFC

The feeling that something has gone so badly wrong it’s beyond repair has haunted me for a while now. Normally, after Arsenal lose a couple of games, or lose just one but in spectacular fashion, they walk the walk in the next game or two and bounce back. Now they don’t. The problem goes further: […]

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Marmite Mesut – Misunderstood Maestro

So I hear Özil is lazy. He is not passionate enough, is overrated and has a loser mentality. This World Cup winner has the biggest target on his back and that is never going to change, certainly not whilst he is an Arsenal player. I have been thinking about him a lot today (makes a […]

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Chelsea’s team plays in a mirror image of Conte, sadly ours plays in a mirror image of Wenger

. There is nothing more telling than having rival supporters taunt you, by singing songs about wanting your manager to stay. After another visit to Stamford Bridge resulted in yet another defeat, it came as no surprise to hear choruses of “Arsene Wenger, we want you stay” reverberating around the stadium. Sadly, the defeat itself […]

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