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Arsenal Hit New Low. Dressing Room Unrest as Club Drowns.

Outrageous. Arsenal’s dreadful loss highlights the underlying issues at the club. Beaten by Burnley for the first time in 46 years, Arsenal’s shocking fall from grace continues. Relegated from European Football’s most prestigious competition, to the dismal depths of the Europa League, Arsenal’s standards have lowered considerably. Once one of the Premier League’s finest teams, […]

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Mikel Arteta – Just A Suave Unai Emery?

A look ahead to the January Transfer Window, how Arteta and Emery compare defensively, and behind-the-scenes drama. Recent results have wound up Arsenal fans over the globe; with some calling for Arteta’s immediate departure and comparing his win rate in his first 26 games, (46%) with Unai Emery’s (58%). Emery outperforms Arteta in most categories, […]

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From disheartening to depressing to enlightening: a Gooner’s journey to Arsenal Optimism

Disheartening, Depressing, Enlightening To be brutally honest, this is the first time in about six or seven years, with the new season about to start, that I actually have some real optimism. Wenger’s decline was disheartening. Unai’s one and a half years were depressing. Arteta’s 6 months have been enlightening. It helps that Saturday’s kick […]

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