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A Strong Second String v AFC Wimbledon, with with a debut for ‘You know who?

How do you predict a line up for a game like this? AFC Wimbledon are the visitors to the Emirates for the Carabao Cup Third Round tie and there is a clamour for one or two exciting prospects to get some much anticipated minutes for the first team. This type of fixture was the very […]

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European Conference League to play the Kids? – Thanks but no thanks

You get used quickly to fancy stuff. Don’t believe anyone who tells you the opposite”“I may be a millionaire but I am the same chap I’ve always been!”“My yacht in Saint-Tropez? I’d be twice as happy with my inflatable in Exmouth!”“The Michelin three-stars restaurants every Saturday? Nothing beats my nan’s food!”Bullsh*t We went from the […]

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Why Emile Smith Rowe is ranked in the top three of most important Arsenal players right now

Background Graduating from Hale End, Emile Smith Rowe is yet another exciting prospect who has come through the ranks. Despite the 20-year-old statistically not excelling during his time for the U23’s, his qualities quickly became apparent. Technical prowess, ability to operate in tight spaces, intricate passes and very tidy in possession. It was always a […]

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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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Will Everton Away, be Martinelli Day?

Match day today, on a Saturday of all things. With Europa League on pause until next year there’s a chance for the Gunners to enter a less familiar routine and likely miss James Martin Saturday Kitchen in favour of match day preparation. It’ll be rare though as the Christmas schedule eventually kicks in the players […]

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It’s not what we want or expect, but what we need – It may be Willock and Nelson

Not what you want, but what we need POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES Yesterday I was reminded about two players at Arsenal that I’d somewhat forgotten about. I’d fallen into joining much of Arsenal twitter and thinking that Joe Willock was only useful as a versatile runner and presser when other’s legs had fallen off. I […]

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