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LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 27: Aaron Ramsey celebrates scoring Arsenal's 2nd goal during the match between Arsenal and Chelsea at Wembley Stadium on May 27, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Aaron Ramsey

Happy Birthday Aaron Ramsey. An Arsenal Hero.

“It’s a stunning goal! By Aaron Ramsey! Arsenal’s man of the season has done it again!” In awe, commentator Alan Parry narrated a marvellous, outside of the box strike by the Welshman. The year was 2013. Aaron Ramsey was in the form of his life and Arsenal were top of the Premier League. Aaron Ramsey […]

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Can Arsenal’s Greek colossus be the pillar of defense that thwarts Napoli’s attack? (Europa QF Preview – 2nd Leg)

Napoli vs. Arsenal Europa League preview QF 2nd Leg (0-2 Aggregate)   We’re heading to southern Italy, and the city of Naples – or Napoli in Italian. Napoli has been the biggest challenger to Juventus of late, beating either bigger clubs like Inter and AC Milan in this regard. They’re no slouches really – since they […]

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Why Arsenal were wrong to thank Aaron Ramsey – It was disrespectful to the player and to us fans

  Why Arsenal were wrong to thank Aaron Ramsey   Well it was finally confirmed what many Arsenal fans knew for some time, that Welsh international Aaron Ramsey will be leaving Arsenal to join Italian champions Juventus in the summer. The news was first broken by BBC sport journalist and Arsenal Oracle David Ornstein, when […]

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Profiles Of The Future Arsenal, Part 1: Allegri

So as we finally heard the news many Arsenal fans have been longing to hear, Arsene Wenger is leaving, with it, it brings sadness but also excitement of what next and especially who next? In this series of articles I look at some of the favourites, I look into the tactics and players they may […]

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Arsenal’s Finest European Moments: A trip down memory lane [ With VIDEO]

With the Europa League game very soon, and the prospect of winning a third European trophy, I wanted to lighten our negative mood. And not just after losing to the scum. But in our inconsistent displays and weak mentality. Opinions will naturally differ, but these are my favourite European games*: Arsenal 7-0 Sparta Prague 1993/94 […]

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1977:  Portrait of Liam Brady of Arsenal.  Mandatory Credit: Allsport UK /Allsport

Brady Birthday Tribute – ‘Brady Brady’ Born is the King of Highbury

All aboard the time machine. I’ve set the dial back to 1973 for this week’s Highbury Hero. To the time when an Irish wizard with a left foot like a wand burst onto the scene and became one of the finest players ever to pull on an Arsenal shirt. Worshipped by the Arsenal fans, including […]

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Suffering from lack of footballing identity?

Arsenal is being left behind by the other top clubs, and it might be too late to catch up

Arsenal, how the mighty have fallen. And how we’re allowing the sore to grow. The latest defeat to Bournemouth highlights how far we’ve fallen. But why do we allow the sore to fester? We’re sick. But then we’re not resolving the sickness. I feel like we’re viewing a bad cut, and not making any effort […]

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Remembering Arsenal’s Senegalese Powerhouse and Highbury Hero

This week’s trip down memory lane takes us back to 1996 when a young French colossus made a stunning debut changing the game for The Arsenal, when coming on as a substitute to dominate the midfield, which he continued to do for nine fantastically successful years. One of the first names on my team sheet […]

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The Euro’s confirm Possession Football is dead – Can Wenger adapt or should he have to?

  For very long time, so-called small teams used to apply an ultra-defensive approach when facing technically superior opponents, sitting deep in their half and tightening spaces available for their rivals. As they couldn’t compete on technical level, they HAD TO find a different way to avoid a heavy defeat and hopefully bring a point […]

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Wojciech Szczesny was set to become our Gianluigi Buffon – but it doesn’t look like he will anymore

Wojciech Szczesny has completed his move to AS Roma, the guy himself announced the deal via his Instagram account. Although all reports do not agree about the formula of the deal, John Cross of the Mirror believes that the initial loan move could be made permanent for as little as £ 5m. If confirmed, that means […]

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