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Farewell to old friends

We say Farewell to Rosicky, Arteta and Flamini v Villa but who else??

Howdy. We take on Aston Villa today in the last game of the season and we all know the possible outcomes: a win can still elevate us to 2nd, a loss drop to 4th. Both scenarios are rather unlikely, so a 3rd-place finish seems in order. Team news update Ozil is back up again, neither […]

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Lack of Communication, Effort and Leadership: the keys to Arsenal’s failure

I have written and re-written this blog a few times. I decided to shelve it until after the F.A. Cup match vs. Watford, a match I was sure that Arsenal were going to narrowly win. However, I was mistaken. The Arsenal defence needs an overhaul. The two goals that were conceded were both avoidable and […]

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Victory, Injuries And A Banner As Arsenal’s Mixed Season Ploughs On

I have just seen the news and comments on TV regarding the Hull match. I am delighted with the result and the performance however I am very disappointed to see the banner produced for Arsene Wenger`s attention. I am well known as a critic of Arsene but there are two messages on the banner – […]

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Arsenal 0-2 Barcelona: valiant Gunners fall short once again

If you asked me to describe our yesterday’s performance in one word I would say “valiant”. It was a valiant effort from the Gunners for the entirety of the contest. That’s why the loss, especially by two goals, was so heartbreaking. We were more than equal to Barcelona for 70 minutes, then, clearly as was […]

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Though he's given his very best - Flamini is unable to successfully deputize for Coquelin

The Failing Midfield Dynamics threatening Arsenal’s season – Breakdown at the Breakdown

Gunners Town is pleased to share this fantastic post by the brilliant Jane Cavendish (@jcav90). Enjoy! Football at the top level is now more than ever about transitions. Gone are the days when a team aspires only to having countless minutes of possession, moving the ball slowly in front of the opposition defence waiting for […]

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I never felt more like beating the Blues when Arsenal win and Chelsea lose!!

We play Chelsea on Sunday and the Blues remain a very tricky opponent for us. We have improved against City and United in the last year or so, but hardly against Chelsea, being held to a goalless draw at the Emirates in April and losing away at Stamford Bridge (thanks to an atrocious performance from […]

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Man City would take a draw at the Emirates, want Pep & think the league is a 2 horse race – View from the Opponents

It is Monday night football for Arsenal so we’ve got the whole weekend to ponder over our clash against fellow title rivals Manchester City. And that means I can take some time out to really enjoy Jose Mourinho and Chelsea’s troubles. And he’s been sacked!! I know their loss this Monday meant we aren’t top […]

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‘The Theory of Alexis’ and it’s Five Key elements explained

This week’s post will be inverted. First the Honourable Mentions, then the Stellar Moments and finally the Star Man. And let us not kid ourselves here we all know who that is. Honourable Mentions: Olivier Giroud: He made himself a possible target in the box every time there was one needed and his run ahead […]

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Speedy Recovery to Le Coq the Arsenal Rock – Tribute ‘Strength’ Screensaver

The above became an iconic image as Francis Coqulin truly announced himself back on the Arsenal scene playing an integral part in the team’s 2-0 triumph away at City in the Spring. From his return from a short loan at Charlton, Le Coq and Arsenal have not looked back as he played his part in […]

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Sheffield Wednesday 3-0 Arsenal: uninspired Gunners undone by Carvahal’s men

After the euphoria of the past week, I was thinking we were due something tragic. I was dreading it with every joyful conversation I had with other members of the extended Gooner family. After all it is not every day that you’re on a run of form like we were. So anyway, we all know […]

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