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Lack of  on pitch energy

Should be happy, but I’m not – here’s why: Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

Ten minutes from time I was ready to accept the draw. This was born out of the simple fact we looked flat and more likely to concede than score. Olivier Giroud’s introduction didn’t quite produce last week’s effect, while Oxlade-Chamberlain was simply horrendous and had me wishing we had Lucas available. But we didn’t. Some […]

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Sunderland 0-0 Arsenal: consistently inconsistent Gunners put in another woeful performance

Well, what more can I say? I feel a strong, almost overwhelming desire to just copy and paste huge chunks of text from my Palace review. Not only because GroundHog day is now associated more with Arsenal than the movie, the day itself or even groundhogs, but because I’m tired of dissecting this tidal wave […]

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Carroll equalises

“No, I didn’t expect him (Carroll) to start at all” – But when they did Wenger did nothing about it!

Once again I don’t know where to start. Not because I have nothing to say, on the contrary, I have a lot to say. But little of it is good, hence my desire to delay the moment for as long as I can. I’ve never suffered from depression, you know. Depression is an actual illness, […]

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Hammers don’t want Ox or Theo but would let Bilic sleep with their wives – #WHUFC v AFC

It’s always refreshing to write something about Arsenal after we’ve had a couple of good results. While I am long past the stage where an Arsenal defeat will ruin the next few days, the constant supply of ‘Arsenal-bashing’ via papers, blogs, YouTube and horrible Chelsea fans means you end up getting caught up in the […]

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Slow and sloppy: Per, Rambo and Flamini were costing us

Arsenal’s newfound mobility is key – what took so long?!

I have been writing articles and comments exactly on the subject of an article in Arseblog today. I have complained that opposing teams were able to by pass our midfield and benefit from Merteseckers lack of mobility. Even when we had the ball, we had no “out” to Ozil or Sanchez. Ramsey and Flamini were […]

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IOWA in action

Obi Wan Iwobi and M2E2 : Arsenal’s new Jedi Knights

The results from the past month put paid to Arsenal’s chances of winning any silverware in the cup competitions. The Gunners were knocked out of both the Champions League and the F.A Cup in consecutive games. The Premier League title seems like a distant faint beacon towards which the Arsenal ship is wobbling. Despite all the […]

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Fun In The Sun for Arsenal and Starman Alex Iwobi Wan

Last year @7amkickoff wrote a piece about how Arsenal are the team to tug at most heartstrings because of the fact that we are one of the last clubs on the planet left with a semblance of honour in our dealings with people. The piece specifically talked about how Arsene Wenger put faith in first […]

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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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Ramsey Stoke

Wenger hits back as disgraceful Stoke fans hit new low with Ramsey chant

ARSENAL CIRCULAR 127 There is a warm-hearted community character to football. The minute’s silence for a recently deceased favourite or the alternative – the energetic applause. Both work and both represent a coming together of fans in numbers to display affection and remembrance and solidarity. But football is capable of the opposite and at Stoke we […]

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Le Groan on Le Loan – Is the system failing for Arsenal as 2 return?

Silly season is here….run, Gooners! At a time when online media throw names around to win the click-bait war, in a quite ridiculous crescendo that saw the Arsenal linked to Alexandr Kororin, Troy Deeney, Javier Hernandez and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in deals going from £3m up to £60m, I would like to concentrate on some transfers […]

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