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Killing the wrong team – Arsenal beats Arsenal at Old Trafford [MUN 3-1 ARS]

Killing the wrong team POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES Did Manchester United deserve to win the game? Part of me thinks absolutely not. We looked like the superior team on their home patch and are clearly a better team right now. They rely strongly on individuals as they did yesterday. On the other hand, what are […]

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Why the Europa League will be this new Arsenal’s Springboard

Arsenal finished 5th in the last premier league season. From an emotional point of view, it was very disappointing especially when at one point of the season Arsenal were so close to securing the Champions League qualification. However, Arsenal being in the Europa League does not necessarily have to be all doom and gloom. As […]

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Why Arteta and Gabriel Jesus reunited makes sense for Arsenal and the player

I wrote this on Tuesday for my Sun Football, weekly column ……… The most trusted Arsenal sources have reported that Edu and Arsenal have been talking to Gabriel Jesus’ people and that the deal to bring City’s Brazilian international to North London is highly probable. If the player is keen then given the friendship between […]

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Has the Arsenal January Gamble backfired horribly?

Optimism at the end of March, with talk of possibly overtaking a floundering Chelsea, Arteta’s Manager of the Month deservedly earned and three winnable fixtures ahead of us……. Was that really less than 3 weeks ago? Two injuries to key players, the 3 winnable fixtures all lost, with only one last consolation goal scored and […]

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Arteta will surely resort to a pragmatic 3 at the back at the Bridge tonight

Good Day Gooners!! Another Matchday is upon us, and its Arsenal v Chelsea at the Bridge. Well, last night Liverpool gave Manchester United a real thumping. Considering everyone was tipping them into the top 4 places, they have crashed down sensationally. Even with a certain Christiano Ronaldo scoring 15 League goals at the age of […]

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Arsenal Wing Target, Kerem Aktürkoğlu – Scouting Report exclusive

The last few days various media have picked up on a Turkish Sports outlet indicating that Arsenal have joined Middlesex neighbours Tottenham. Wolfsburg, Lyon and Atletico as major league teams tracking Galatasaray winger, Kerem Aktürkoğlu. Aktürkoğlu has had somewhat of a breakthrough season with the Turkish giants, with 20 goal involvements, including 11 goals, three of […]

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Benfica’s Goal Machine, Darwin Nunez to be Arsenal’s new Thierry Henry this summer?

The whole of the footballing world know that come June 1st, Arsenal FC will be swiftly into the market for a new striker, and of course the knowledge of our need will push the asking prices up. However, there is one player that the Gunners are rumoured to be interested in, who is raising his […]

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Arteta ready to look at Martinelli through the middle

#Today there was an insightful article on Football.london by former Gunnerstown stalwart Kaya Kayak. The piece reported that Gabriel Martinelli has been operating more centrally during Arsenal’s Dubai warm weather break. After the Winter Transfer Window closed the Arsenal first team squad, without Balogun and more notably Aubameyang, finds itself with only 2 recognised central […]

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Over to you, Mikel (No Pressure!!) – A post-deadline day reflection

It’s not often that I write about the men’s team on this platform, these days.The reaction after the deadline day got me itchy, though, so I thought I would share some of my feelings. Was it a underwhelming? Yes. Does it leave us short in numbers? Yes. Is it a 1/10 window? No. Edu and […]

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Pepe’s AFCON form can earn him a run at ‘False Nine’ for Arsenal

Despite being initially left out of Cote D’Ivoire’s opener at the AFCON, Nicholas Pepe, has since set the tournament alight with an assist and two magnificent goals to help his country into the knockout phase. His display against one of the pre-tournament favourites, Algeria, with an intelligent assist for Kessie and a wonderfully struck solo […]

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