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What Arsenal Need to Build on From Their Week 1 Victory

Fixating on negatives is generally the easy thing to do. Negative thoughts and feelings are more powerful than their positive counterparts and elicit stronger responses from others. I’m choosing to focus on the key positives from Arsenal’s 4-3 opening day win over Leicester City. League titles are not won or lost in August. Arsenal’s title […]

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Arsenal will have too much in the ‘Sead’ Tank for Leicester

  . Arsenal vs. Leicester City Preview Premier League – Friday 11h August 2017 – Emirates Stadium FIRST GAME OF THE 2017/18 SEASON So NOW is where things start… Our game is first up for the season, and unusually we’re playing on Friday, though we all know the reason why (money/BskyB…) Pre-season was mixed, with […]

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It ain’t over yet: this season is gonna get REAL crazy!

Leicester may have finally achieved the unimaginable, and clinched the Barclays Premier League Title for 2015/16 – but I have a sneaky suspicion that there is more craziness to come in this lunatic season. And – as usual – Arsenal has a huge role to play. The game against Manchester City at the Etihad this Sunday […]

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The Title is lost – time for Arsenal to set a new target.

Time to reset our horizons? Let’s face it, barring a miracle, if I was one of the luck punters with £100 on Leicester to win the title at 5000/1, I wouldn’t be cashing out early as all the bookies are praying they do. 5 points clear of the spuds (11 to Arsenal) 7 games to […]

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Messi February

Little Bit Handbrake : A Forgettable Messi February

With work related travel taking up a huge part of the last three weeks, I’ve been unable to post my column per my usual schedule. In a way, I count this as a blessing in disguise. It has shielded me from what has been such a toxic and painful month for Arsenal and Arsenal fans […]

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Danny Welbeck

Salvation from the most unexpected of places: Arsenal stake their title claim.

I was watching the Leicester match in the company of Man Utd, Spurs and Liverpool fans and whilst the match was unfolding I made the remark that on Valentines day I could feel all the lurve around me? Like Harold at Hastings, I stood my ground and in the face of the hordes around me […]

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Arsenal vs Leicester

It’s Time to Outfox the Foxes – Gooner’s Love Affair with ‘Le Coq’ to resume on Valentine’s Day

Howdy. Matchday №26 is looming large (in fact it’s already upon us at the time of me writing this), however, I think I won’t make a grave mistake by assuming most eyes will be fixed on Sunday’s fixtures and not so much on Saturday’s. It is understandable: the top 4 teams are playing one another […]

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It’s a Coq and Bull Story – Coquelin and Oxlade return to Bully Greeks

We face Olympiacos in the 2nd game of the group stages and, needless to say, this game is a must-win: “You have to win your home games if you want to qualify from the group stage, it is simple as that. We cannot afford to drop points now against anyone at home.” While I have […]

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Flamini second goal

Spuds peeled, but how to deal with foxy Leicester?

NLD Nothing eases the pain of a derby loss than a derby win, especially against spurs. Wenger now has a decision to make. If Coquelin is out for a while who does he pick to play next to Cazorla? The obvious answer would be club captain Mikel Arteta, but Flamini made a good case for […]

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NLD Review – It is time for more mobility in attack, it is time for Chuba.

After the loss to Tottenham with no chance of a response again this season, I will honestly admit I’m enraged! It means that we have failed to beat them this year that is always damaging to our pride as the far superior club. It’s hard to pinpoint where we went wrong but being the world […]

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