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If Carlsberg did Football Transfers……

If Carlsberg did Football transfers….. As 2017 comes to an end, I was preparing my annual Arsenal synopsis, but I thought, nah, there will be loads of them out there and to be fair, we all know the executive summary; ‘Must try harder and have greater consistency to meet minimum standards’. I thought I’d try […]

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Holding can prove a valuable FPL budget pick

Howdy. The Premier League returns tomorrow after another tedious international break, and with it returns its lesser Fantasy twin. Let’s try navigating the murky waters thereof ahead of gameweek 8. Forwards Unless you own Kane or Lukaku (or both) you have probably been sweating most of the break. By the way, while we are on […]

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Fantasy preview: Ramsey and Kolasinac can prove top picks

Hi everyone. Another gameweek is looming large, and you have one more day to tinker with your fantasy squad. That means looking back on the last gameweek, the fixtures to come, and assessing your best options in different areas. Starting with… Forwards If the last week taught us anything, it’s that Aguero is still a […]

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From Which 3 Centre Backs from 5 to Praying we have 3 Fit for Wembley – #AFC3EFC1

  So, that’s it then. Over and done with the Premier League until August. I’d like to say I won’t miss it, but I will. We have hit form in the last ten games, which made the end of the season quite enjoyable. I wouldn’t mind if the season ended in February/March, however now I […]

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Arsenal didn’t lose that game- Everton won it

I have long criticised Arsenal for not trying, poor tactics, Badly coached defence etc. Now here we are having been beaten 2-1 by Everton which on paper should have been a fairly straightforward task. Many Arsenal fans, especially those who travelled to the game will be traipsing out one or more of the above complaints, […]

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