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From Seaman to Mavropanos (and most of those in between) to the tune of ‘We didn’t Start the Fire’ – Billy Joel

From Seaman to Mavropanos (and most of those in between)   Between 12th October 1996 and 13th May 2018, 222 players played under Wenger’s tutorage and I thought I would write (with inspiration from Billy Joel’s ‘We didn’t start the fire’, a ditty to commemorate some of those who have passed his way.   Seaman, […]

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Keen on Arsenal and we are keen on RR

A New Ruthless Wenger or Just a Man able to Invest Money he did not previously have?

Arsène Wenger seems a ruthless man, these days: he quickly sanctioned the move for Granit Xhaka, splashing between £ 30m and £ 40m to secure the signature of the Swiss midfielder, then activated Jamie Vardy’s release clause and tabled a 4-years contract worth £ 120,000-a week for the England striker – leaving many pondering what […]

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The Top 10 of Arsenal Hidden Gems, Part 2 – Matches you will be pleased to be reminded of!

Well it seems Top 10s are the theme of this week on Gunners Town. They are always a very entertaining exercise and not wishing to miss out of the fun here is my contribution Previous posts on this site by guests or fellow writers brought back a lot of memories – both good and bad […]

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Stoke and Crystal Palace

A Gooner’s View of Other Clubs of the 2014-15 Season Part 5

Hi everyone. This is part five of my series of blogs about the status of the Premiership Clubs of the 2014-2015 Season following the conclusion of the League season. In this blog, I’ll be focusing on Crystal Palace and Stoke City. Of course, all of this is my own opinion, so feel free to disagree […]

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The Media: ‘Ugly Arsenal won’t win the Premier League in 2014 because…they couldn’t defend in 2010’

DB’s Season Diary   Week Eleven – Ups and Downs and a Bunch of Clowns So, as I missed a week last week, am I right in calling this week’s entry “Week Eleven”, bearing in mind the last entry was two weeks ago, and was titled “Week Nine”, or should I call this week’s entry […]

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Giroud, Arteta, Gnabry, Ozil, Mertesacker vs Palace

Emmanuel Frimpong to start for Arsenal in the Capital One Cup, as Chelsea unable to call on Alan Hansen and Michael Owen

Having been in Budapest this time last week, I’m back and ready to throw at you some Gooner gibberish, after a rather life-expectancy shortening weekend. We shan’t go into details. Despite my antics, I still found enough time to dedicate to watching the Arsenal three times in just over the space of a week. While […]

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Don’t blame Le Prof; Negotiation limitations shouldn’t detract Arsene Wenger’s legacy as manager of Arsenal

You Guest It At the time of writing Arsenal have had a somewhat hit and miss few months. Much of the deadwood that hamstringed the clubs less than stellar wage structure has since departed and many of the younger players are showing hunger and potential, albeit during preseason. Aaron Ramsey is continuing to blossom in a deeper […]

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Ashburton or Gone For A Burton? Who will stay and who will go at Arsenal this summer

​Far Side View “Hi my name is Vernon O’Leary and welcome to EPSN 8’s new game show – ‘ASHBURTON OR GONE FOR A BURTON’, brought to you in conjunction with ‘Duffmeister – the official beer of game shows about football’. Over the next 12 weeks we will be asking the question, based on their performances […]

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Does Carlos Vela deserves another chance at Arsenal? – Vibes from La Liga

Before I dive straight into my first piece for WTTGT, I’d like to thank Dave Seager for giving me the opportunity to write for this up-and-coming Arsenal website. My column is devoted to news regarding Arsenal from Spain. So you can expect some updates on ex-Gunners plying their trade in Spain, loanees and reports from […]

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Arsenal – The Transfer Window

Arsenal go into the New Year 5th in the Barclays Premier League after an already up and down season. They have qualified for the second round of the Champions League, but were knocked out of the domestic cup competition by League 2 opposition Bradford City. Now comes the time for change, the time when you can add […]

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