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Arsenal 3-0 Dinamo Zagreb: Ozil and Alexis the glory boys but Flame and Joel rock and roll

Well, that was fun. A sound thrashing, order restored and a great performance on top. Also, Bayern hammerred Olympiacos at at Allianz, which means the second team to go through will be determined in Greece a fortnight from now. Wenger made two changes to the side that went down to West Brom on Saturday: Flamini for the […]

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Zagreb preview: Ramsey to the rescue as Arsene ponders his midfield options?

It’s been a weekend for the prophecies people. Every nut with a bet on Coquelin’s ligaments suddenly thinks he is better than everybody at the club and the naysayers are out in force, saying it is the end of our season. The Champions League provides a much needed exit route from all the ‘end of […]

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Arsenal 2-3 Olympiacos: a different kind of same old?

In my 11 years of supporting Arsenal I’ve seen us lose a lot of games. Home and away, by a fine margin and only just, to big teams playing crap football and small sides rising to the occasion. Every defeat was, and still is, different. Simply because you can’t play two identical games even against […]

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It’s a Coq and Bull Story – Coquelin and Oxlade return to Bully Greeks

We face Olympiacos in the 2nd game of the group stages and, needless to say, this game is a must-win: “You have to win your home games if you want to qualify from the group stage, it is simple as that. We cannot afford to drop points now against anyone at home.” While I have […]

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Zagreb 2-1 Arsenal: mental collapse proves costly

After a loss I almost always swear and say I won’t write a review. The truth is, I will. I’ll even go as far as to say you are more likely to see a review of a defeat from me than a review of a resounding win. I’ll explain why. A little over two years […]

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Zagreb game gives Arsene an opportunity to try out new tactics. Will he be inclined to do it, though?

Ready for a rumble, Gunners? Yesterday’s game proved that the Champions League could be even more surprising than the Premier League – with Manchester City losing at home to Juventus and Manchester United defeated by PSV. Tonight’s game against Dinamo Zagreb will tell a lot about our guys and their mental strength, because we have […]

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Dinamo Zagreb preview: all about building up momentum

Well, this is awkward. A few times a season such a thing happens: we play a team I know nothing, or next to nothing, about. And yet I have to write a preview. In such cases I try to concentrate more on what we do and how we approach the game and this is exactly […]

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