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New Arsenal deal announced, Olivier Giroud hits back, and Dennis Bergkamp kickstarts the Gunners season

Well what a week it has been for the Arsenal. Both on and off the field we’ve experienced ups and downs over the past 10 days or so, but it’s ended with a rather satisfying climax, culminating in a sunny Saturday at the Emirates involving Dennis Bergkamp, superb goals and a nice easy win over […]

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Arsenal Legend Series: DB10 artwork by Batmandela

The first in a series of Arsenal Legend graphics – based on classic images in Arsenal’s history. If you have any suggestions for future artwork – please feel free to leave them in the comments section below, or hit me up on Twitter. (@invinciblog) Feel free to share/use or publish the image – just give […]

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Don’t forget about our hidden gem Zelalem!

This week I look at one of Arsenal’s most promising young talents and remind people that he does indeed still exist!  After first hearing about a 16 year old being kept under wraps early last season, I began to become both excited and curious as to who the player was. As last season wore on, […]

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To the the Iceman and the King

Rocky, Merse, Bergkamp or Henry? Arsenal players or Arsenal squad? Football is not Highlander anymore

Hello there you wonderful reader you. I’ve been threatening to pen some thoughts for Dave for some time but never really managed to get enough time to jot down something vaguely coherent enough for what I think is deemed worthy of Gunners Town. Usually my rambling nonsensicalness (that can’t be a word, surely, but I’m […]

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Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, Dennis Bergkamp and co. help Gooners escape from the international break

Gunners Town Top 5 The international breaks seem to come at a strange time, and on this occasion, an annoying one. With Arsenal starting to go through the gears after four straight victories, including a derby day win over Tottenham Hotspur, it’s highly frustrating that we have to now watch our players represent their country […]

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The Bergkamp effect; Ozil marks change at new-look Arsenal

Scotty Davis Rants The 2nd September 2013. Note that date, people.  It could turn out to be the start of what’s yet to come.  Arsenal Football Club are now responsible for the second highest transfer fee paid in British football history after splashing out an estimated £42.5m on Real Madrid and German International, Mesut Ozil. […]

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Legends at Arsenal; What is or should their role be?

Global Gooner Sundays It’s been a while since I’ve written but I was keen to accept the open invitation from Dave Seager to write for Gunners Town. The drought was born out of lack of inspiration and a good topic to work on. Chalk that up to the slow crunch of the transfer window, the […]

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Arsene Wenger; Doing things the right way, the classy way, the Arsenal way

You Guest It The last eight years have been tough. We’ve seen our beloved captains leave us, performances slide and we haven’t won a trophy and every single team in the Football League has changed managers, yet one. Whether you are AKB, or WOB (if you are unsure what these acronyms mean, check out @attwood10 […]

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So Ivan you have talked the talk. Now time to walk the walk!

Michael Jeffares Column When it comes to blogging I prefer to focus on our players on-field performance or tactical decisions, but for this week I’m going to focus on our South African Chief Executive Ivan Gazidis. After all if it wasn’t for him there’d be no Arsenal-related news over the past eight days.  He’s shown his face […]

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NEWSFLASH: Nobody cares about transfers, we’ve got Europe to fight for! – Woody’s Weekly Woundup

Arrrgghh!! That’s the problem with writing on a Sunday morning; my fingers look like the main street at 4am, all stale drink, piss and kebabs, not easy to type with – mmm nice. Anywho, wow! What a week! John WoodsI’m a 37 yr old Irish Gunner, and have been for 27-28 years now…. (Really 20, […]

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