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From Banter Era to Torreira – Why is Arsenal’s Defence so poor? Part 2

Why is our defence poor? – Part 2     I wrote earlier that the inclusions of Bellerin, Tierney and Holding won’t alone change our defence. However, why is our defence crap? In this part, I’ll explain where I feel we’ve gone wrong. For me, it’s in stages and has regressed year on year for […]

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If you love us Arsene let us go – Save Arsenal and save your sanity

It’s not about Alexis Sánchez staying or going. It’s not about Mesut Özil signing a new contract or walking out on a free. It’s not about Jack Wilshere being out of contract and Calum Chambers getting a new deal. It’s not about offering Danny Welbeck a 2-years extension and see him hesitating.   It’s about […]

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Was it worth it?

The Emirates Stadium Move – 11 Years on, was it all worth it?

Was The Emirates worth it? The date is May 17th 2006, you may find yourself sat in the Stade De France in Paris or in your local pub down the street, or possibly you may find yourself at home. Whatever your possible location one thing is certain, you are watching the Champions League final clash […]

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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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Do Arsenal actually have a deeper, better quality squad than Man City?

“My optimism, and I surprise myself in saying this, is down to a renewed faith in our squad players over that of our rivals and particularly those on the blue side of Manchester.”– Dave Seager. Granted, Dave said this a couple of days before our deflating 1-1 draw at Norwich so I’m not entirely sure […]

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A Gooner’s View of Misfiring Man City – Do Delph and Raheem rejuvenate a team?

A Gooner’s View of Other Clubs of the 2014-15 Season Part 9 Hi everyone. This is part 9 of my series of blogs about the status of the Premiership Clubs of the 2014-2015 Season following the conclusion of the League season. In this blog, I’ll be focusing on Manchester City. Of course, all of this […]

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Wenger’s best twelve signings for the Arsenal Revealed!

With the summer’s transfer rumours in full swing, and players such as Alexis Sanchez and Serge Aurier being linked heavily, here are my top Wenger signings so far. I think there is argument for Mesut Ozil to be amongst these players, but after one season, it is hard to tell…at least for me. It is […]

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The Low down on Patrick Vieira and Project Emirates – Exclusive

The first rule of Project Emirates is… Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Look we can’t get Wenger to be our manager, know matter hope much money I throw at him he just won’t leave Arsenal. He said it had something to do with respect and ‘honoring a contract’.  Khaldoon Al Mubarak Well boss, we’ve […]

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Wenger the Alchemist, close to finally blending his player ingredients for the recipe of success in 2014

Mr. T’s Nuts The past eight years have been trophyless. We know that, and the media have forced it down our throats for so long that it seems to be all Gooners can think about these days! For me though, it hasn’t been quite that simple. Personally I’ve archived the memories of the past eight […]

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AMBITIONS, VALUES, TRADITIONS AND THE BIRTH OF A SUPERCLUB – ARSENAL 2013/13

You Guest It “When I arrived here 13 years ago I could sense that this club had values, tradition, and strength in their belief and in their values.  “When I travelled at that time to Derby or to Coventry when they were in the Premier League, they always told me it is ‘the Arsenal way’ […]

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