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Sadly Arsenal will have to cash in on Eddie Nketiah in January

The long running Eddie Nketiah story is again in the headlines as the player is reported to be reluctant to extend his stay in North London. The England Under 21s record goal scorer feels he need to be playing regularly and at 23 by the end of this season I have some sympathy for him. […]

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The worst Arsenal transfers of the 21st century

  The worst Arsenal transfers of the 21st century In the winter transfer window, Arsenal finally managed to get rid of Ozil’s huge contract by letting him go to Fenerbahce for free. Undoubtedly, zero pounds is a significant financial loss when you remember that the Turkish German came from Real Madrid for 42 million. Nevertheless, […]

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Will Nketiah suffer the same fate as Eduardo? – Right Place, Wrong Formation

Eddie Nketiah has become a topic of conversation among the Arsenal support base and there seems to be two mean reasons for young English striker being on the agenda. It is partly because there has been transfer speculation linking him with a move away from Arsenal, with first Wolves and more recently West Ham rumoured […]

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The Very Best of Arsenal at The Emirates Era – Part 1

As a lack of football and Arsenal continues and times look bleak, we at GT decided we would do a three part special on our memories so far of the Emirates era, 14 years after moving to Ashburton Grove from Highbury.  It would be fairly safe to say I think that no one is placing […]

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Cursed #9

Alexandre Lacazette and the Continuing Curse of Arsenal’s Number Nine shirt

This season has seen a whirlwind of numerous Gunners failing to live up to potential or not showing enough of it (but let’s not forget the unbelievable ones as well; Leno to name one). This can be down to a number of reasons from personal, coaching or even motivational. But there is a little edge […]

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The latest to succumb

Is the Curse of Arsenal’s Number 9 set to continue?

Has the curse taken another victim? He was supposed to be the antidote He was supposed to shake the disease But I fear, he has succumbed to the same fate as many in his position before Ever since Smudger adorned the shirt in the early 90’s, many have tried to undertake the duties meeting the […]

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Arsene Wenger and the Emirates years: In search of silverware

      Part 2 -The Emirates years In Arsene’s last 10 years there have been a lot of low points at the club. There has been a long drought without a trophy and Wenger’s team been have been seen to bottle it under pressure. After moving into the new Emirates Stadium in 2006, Wenger […]

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Theo heart

The Theo Walcott Conundrum: 10 years on and still no closer to solving it

When came out with the infographic about Theo Walcott’s ten years spell at the Club, I could barely believe it. I remember very well when he signed, I remember his first appearance and I also have some exceptional memories involving the former Southampton man, however it was impossible for me to believe that ten […]

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And the Curse of the Arsenal Number 9 Continues…. The Far Side is Back

  Happy Australia Day GunnersTown. (A couple of days late) A lot has happened during my 7 week sabbatical around the world.   I got to see the sunset in Phuket     I got to spend Boxing Day at church, for the first time in 6 years,   I got introduced to the Tibetan […]

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Lars Bender

Arsenal; Splash £25m on Lars Bender, stick with Wojciech Szczesny, Nicklas Bendtner out, Chu-Young Park’s alive

Five things we have learnt about Arsenal this week: Hello gang, thanks for dropping by and coming back for some more of my own-brand, taste the difference pieces on our beloved Arsenal Football Club. I for one have had an interesting week; my eleven month old daughter has been recovering from her first stomach bug […]

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