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Wenger and Gooners – a failing marriage approaching a sad divorce

Similarly to a number of fellow Gooners, our capitulation against Bayern was the straw that seemingly broke my camel’s back (in fairness, I’m from Morocco). My disappointment was such that I haven’t been able to watch highlights or read analyses of the game, which is unheard of. I never thought I’d be capable of so […]

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The Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger holds the FA Cup during Sunday's victory parade in north London.

Arsenal need to bring their FA Cup form to the Premier League – It’s NOW or NEVER!

We’ve been down a roller coaster ride, mostly going down and I personally think it just passed below the level required of champions. I’m not going to have a match review or a Star Man Column up this time because the game was just too depressing and on top of that I had a very […]

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Alexis has a month to work on his tan

Arsenal are back -Chuba, Dan, Gedion watch and a new keeper to Cech on!

Arsenal are back! Wednesday. That’s when I can stop forcing myself to care about Cricket/Tennis/Golf and get back to normality. The mighty Arsenal have traveled to Singapore to compete in the Barclays Asia Trophy and will take on a Singapore Select XI in a match that really is only about gauging fitness levels and making […]

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Number 13 proved lucky for impotent Arsenal against Sunderland. But who will save us in the FA Cup?

TBIF – The Weekly Gunners Town Crew Review Friday The 22nd May, 2015 Welcome to Thank Bergkamp It’s Friday – where members of the Gunners Town writing team gather to take a look at the Arsenal week that’s just passed. It’s a simple format, really – each week, a smattering of our eclectic scribes will select a HERO, a VILLAIN, a HIGHLIGHT, and a LOWLIGHT from […]

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Why do the English Media despise Arsenal as much as they do whilst admiring others who are genuinely failing?

Everyone has the right to give their opinions, they are allowed to talk about it, to write about it and to share their thoughts to people in any way, be it a respectful way. Football in England is still, no doubt one of the best to watch in the world. The rivalry, the tenacity, the […]

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So sweet to beat the ‘Tactical Genius’s’ Stoke United at Old Trafford

  I’m writing in the aftermath of our first win in eleven games played at Old Trafford, and it’s such a good feeling. It’s been a while since the Arsenal made me feel so good; we have had some great results and we played some great games but this one carries something extra that is […]

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