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Ramsdale is better than you think – The Bournemouth informed inside track on the England Shot Stopper

Well yesterday on Twitter was unpleasant to say he least. The club’s will they, won’t they pursuit of keeper Aaron Ramsdale has half the fanbase in a real ‘tiss’ as my old mum would say. It currently appears to be off again with Arsenal reportedly valuing the shot-stopper (yes, he can do that,) at £20 […]

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Arteta v Wilder – If it is David v Goliath who is David and who is Goliath?

Someone actually posted on social media the other day that it has been over a thousand days since Arsenal last lifted the FA Cup. Which stands out as an honour that has been passed around the country from Manchester to London over the past few years. Yes, there may have been other pit stops over […]

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Arsenal’s European finals – An Historical Pedigree that needs improving!

The coming Europa League final will be our seventh European final in total. The previous six have had two wins and four defeats, though we obviously will look to make it three from seven very soon. But what’s the story of our European finals?     For a club of Arsenal’s global size, our European […]

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24 Clean Sheets In A Single Season: the Reason This Seaman’s A Highbury Hero

All aboard the time machine and its back to the 1990’s for the latest Highbury Hero. He’s the most decorated goalkeeper ever to play for The Arsenal, who also made more appearances for the club than any other goalkeeper. It’s our genial giant Yorkshireman. It’s “”Safe Hands” David Seaman. The famous back four got plenty […]

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Arsene Who?

Part one -The first 10 years…. 20 years? 20 years since the unknown French manager walked through the door and who would have thought he would still be manager to this day. Wenger arrived at Highbury in October 1996 and Arsenal fans didn’t have a clue who he was. Wenger had a lot to prove […]

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Time for Gabriel to get his chance with Bosscielny? Or is it business as ‘Per’usual?

My memories of Per Mertesacker’s time at Arsenal are certainly a mixed bag. At times I have used the old cliché ‘a submarine could turn faster’ and crucified our lanky German for being slow, which in all fairness is not really his fault. There are also memories of masterclasses in defensive positioning and leadership combined […]

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Henry shows his class - and how much Gio was valued...

Gio: the unsung Arsenal hero that Thierry rated

Today’s Arsenal unsung hero is a bit of a left-field shout. it is a fair to say that he had a fairly unassuming Arsenal career, and there isn’t really one single standout moment from him wearing the Arsenal colours…but…for me, he was part of one of the most exciting summers that I can remember. He […]

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Spanish forward Francisco Higuera (R) kicks the ball by British forward Stefan Schwarz 10 May in Paris, during the European Cup Winner's Cup final between Arsenal and Real Zaragoza. AFP PHOTO

A Swede indeed in our hour of need – Arsenal Unsung Hero

Ah, the halcyon days of youth. I almost remember them well… It was Summer 1994, and myself and my younger brother had just watched our first full World Cup (my parents’ dislike of football meant that Italia 90 went under our radar until the semi-final stage, when, at my grandparents’ house – my dear Northern […]

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Cech’s signing speaks not only about Arsene’s intentions, it also shows he has rediscovered his ruthless touch

Hello everyone. It’s been a while since I last wrote. Unfortunately, it’ll be the case for the entire month of July, as I’ve decided to gain a bit of working experience and thus took up work as an intern for a firm providing legal services. Ah well, I guess I had to do it at […]

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A Welcome Ode to Petr Cech – Gunner’s joy is Chelsea’s pain

A short poem about ARSENAL’s Petr Cech With facts like this you earn instant respect Will try my best to ensure it rhymes For a man who’s been capped 114 times To find a man capped more is more than tricky 14 more than his buddy Tomas Rosicky His bro Mozart said Petr, stop bench […]

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