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Nacho at Old Trafford March 2015

The Reverse of the other Number 9 curse – Finally Arsenal have a 1(+)8

Recently I composed a piece regarding the ongoing curse of the number 9 and Arsenal’s continuing failure to fill the void left by Alan Smith. But there is another shirt that has suffered the same fate over the past few years, but it looks like that the curse on the 1(+)8 shirt may have finally […]

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Research proves Lacazette would be a gamble for Wenger – Is it one worth taking?

The article on Gunners Town earlier today from Danny Ryan got me thinking as I edited it. He is correct to promote the merits of giving due consideration to those strikers we have at the club, over the big names the media and fans will links us to. Welbeck, Walcott and Giroud have all scored […]

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Arsenal and Arsene’s Finest Frenchmen – Le Groove’s Top 10 French Gunners

Before Arsene Wenger, whilst still seeing out his contract in Japan, instructed David Dein to but Patrick Vieira Arsenal had not employed a Frenchman. In reality Paddy was the first and Arsene the second but since then our manager has frequently popped back to his homeland and returned with a bargain or two. We have […]

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The invisible stalwarts: Arsenal’s most underrated

There are many players who have graced the hallowed turf at both the Emirates and Highbury, who have never truly received the praise that they deserve. Industrious, tireless and with a never-say-die attitude; these players would rarely make the headlines but would always be one of the integral members of the squad. The likes of […]

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