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Why perhaps you should be a backer of Saka for Southgate’s Euro Squad

I was fascinated to pop in and out of lively social media debates on Monday, among the Arsenal supporters inspired by James Benge’s Football.London piece on Bakayo Saka’s possible inclusion in Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the Euros this summer. It seems that the Arsenal’s youngster’s form as a stand-in left back for his club, […]

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Why it may not work out for Aaron Ramsey at Arsenal – Unless he changes his Mind-set

What follows below is a considered response (a comment on the site) from American Gooner @scrivs to Clive Palmer’s considered article on his journey with Aaron Ramsey, published here on Friday. Clive and Scrivs interact regularly on Twitter and the response was so good that we asked if we could use his comment as an […]

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Wenger “If you want to have a successful season you want to be strong at home” – Time to show it v LFC

It’s Liverpool at the Emirates today and I’m cautiously optimistic about the outcome of this game. Not so much because we demonstrated brilliant football in the first two games (though our first half against Palace was pretty damn inspiring), but because Liverpool simply don’t look up to scratch. They’ve won the first two games, however […]

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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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British Premier League football club Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger speaks during a press conference for the Barclays Asia Trophy 2015 (BAT) in Singapore on July 14, 2015. AFP PHOTO /MOHD FYROLMOHD FYROL/AFP/Getty Images

Arsene’s lack of transfer activity should be cheered by Arsenal fans – ‘Victoria Concordia Crescit’

Yesterday’s Press Conference (Telegraph agrees with AW) “I believe we have the quality, and it’s now about how much we can be stronger together,” he said. “We have to move forward together, which for me it is more important than dreaming about finding a miraculous player who wins you everything.” Arsène Wenger’s apparent inactivity in […]

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Part 2 of the ‘Battle for 5th Place – A Gooner’s View of Other Clubs of the 2014-15 Season Part 7B

Hi everyone. This is part seven of my series of blogs about the status of the Premiership Clubs of the 2014-2015 Season following the conclusion of the League season. We are getting closer to the Arsenal in rivalry so this piece looking at Spurs and Liverpool was longer than those previously, so we broke this […]

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Theo Walcott; an unsung hero in 2012/13 but a hero he was

Michael Jeffares Column The transfer rumours continue to manifest themselves on what seems like an hourly basis and yet there he been little substance in any thus far. I find it all rather tiring and yet it equally frustrates me, especially now that other clubs have started to splash the cash but I’m not going […]

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