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VARrrrrrgh! Arsenal paying the penalty for poor officiating, NLD incoming and debt restructuring [GT Pod Episode 05]

Gunners Town Pod – Episode 05 “VARrrrrrrgh!” Chris, Charlie and Gav have a little moan about the inconsistencies of VAR. Also – a quick look ahead to the North London Derby, and some breaking news about KSE, Kroenke and the stadium debt. Don’t forget to subscribe using the many options below. WATCH On the Gunners […]

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17:18 Premier League

Arsenal Premier League Season Preview – Gunners assessed along with all 19 Rivals

Premier League Season Preview 2017/18 So the new season is but days away, it feels both an age away but also just like yesterday that Arsenal lit Wembley up during the epic curtain closer of the FA cup final. There are so many changes in football this coming season, with many clubs getting new managers […]

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Leicester 0-0 Arsenal

Not the worst point on the road but Alexis incapable of bearing the load! – LCFC v AFC Match Review

As the game wore on I started to get desperate. The reason for my desperation stemmed from the fact I couldn’t see how Arsenal was going to win the game, but it was obvious how Leicester could. It is a familiar situation for Arsenal fans, albeit not the most frequent one. Arsenal didn’t pose much […]

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Riyad Mahrez

Riyad Mahrez to Arsenal: a non-story?

We’ve been linked to Riyad Mahrez by Eurosport France, which apparently is a real network over there which has a credibility which can be safely said to be greater than that of the Sun. Now I know that isn’t saying much but we’ll plod on anyway and try to look at things calmly shall we? […]

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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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Deserving

Gooners – Don’t let the Bitterness Fester and take your hats off to Leicester

“We screwed our chances to win the title,” said Mesut Özil recently Although I partially share the best play-maker in the world’s opinion, I feel many are actually overlooking or ignoring the amazing accomplishment Leicester City are on the brink of sealing. It’s true that the potential 82 points Leicester could amass are far from […]

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Premier League trophy

Have Arsenal truly missed their best chance in a decade to win the league? Maybe/Maybe Not!

The lion’s share of our fans’ disappointment at how this season is shaping out to be is linked with a simple fact: our traditional rivals are underperforming. City and United are 4th and 5th respectively, while Chelsea sit in 10th place. In a campaign where all the big boys are struck with such a malaise, […]

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Arsene Wenger

Arsene should know best but is this season proving he doesn’t?

I would like to start this piece by apologising to you, my readers, for I haven’t written home for quite some time. Going over the horror show that was the United defeat sapped me of my last drops of energy and desire to write about the Gunners and the surrender to Swansea did little to […]

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Arsenal vs City

Time for Gunners to set down their marker in tonight’s battle of the Heavyweights

Showdown time has arrived. We take on Manchester City this evening and this game represents a clash between two heavyweights, two potential champions. Should we write down Leicester as a team which won’t fight for the title? Common sense and basic logic say we should. Even the manner in which Leicester play is very dangerous […]

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Aston Villa

Villains expect to be Gunned down, but Gunner Garde can keep them up still

Arsenal visit Villa Park on Sunday chasing a perfect week to kick off the busy December period. Yes, beating two teams fighting for relegation and sneaking into the Champions League last 16 shouldn’t constitute what you’d a call a perfect week for a team aiming to be crowned champions but given all that transpired during […]

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