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What will be the fate of Arsenal’s seven on-loan stars?

With one match remaining and Arteta already fielding questions on his loanees, ahead of the summer, it seems a logical time to offer a considered view on those still under contract, yet not with us at present. Joe Willock No better, place to start than with Willock, who’s headline grabbing displays for Newcastle have had […]

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Arsenal’s Centre back surplus: Who stays and who goes?

With the signing of Gabriel Magalhaes from Lille imminent, Arsenal have a surplus of centre backs in their squad. The arrival of the Brazilian and the return of William Saliba from a loan spell at St. Etienne mean that we now have a whopping NINE centre backs on our roster. How we got here is […]

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An in-depth analysis of the Arsenal squad – Part One: THE DEFENCE

An In-depth Analysis of the Arsenal Squad PART ONE – THE DEFENSE Two positive results against Sheffield United and Southampton hopefully provide us momentum to finish the season strongly. But we must not forget that a huge squad rebuild must begin this coming window. It’s the perfect opportunity for Stan Kroenke to win over the […]

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Makes sense or saves cents: Arsenal’s transfer window scrutinized

  So… after links to Boateng, Lemar (deja vu??) and rumours of Auba leaving, we finally ended up with Cedric Soares and Pablo Mari as loaned defenders. Soares has PL experience with Southampton and won the Euros with Portugal and the GOAT (Ronaldo) in 2016. Pablo Mari was in the recent CWC final with Liverpool, […]

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A Tricky Selection for Emery for the visit of Hodgson’s Eagles

Arsenal vs. Crystal Palace – PL preview     After the triumph in Naples, we face fellow Londoners Crystal Palace at home on Easter Sunday. With their keeper, seemingly, not having knowledge of arguably the definitive events of the 20th century (for our country and globally….) Palace seems safe enough though they would want to […]

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Calum Chambers loan to Fulham … A Cause for concern or not?

  Calum Chambers has been a lauded youngster at Arsenal since he joined in 2014. His initial stint in the team, in the season we ended up as eventual FA Cup winners no less, had him hailed (albeit comically) as the next Tony Adams. And in some ways, his playing style greatly mirrors that of […]

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What It Will Take To Make Arsenal A Top Destination (Again)

“Woah Mr. F! Arsenal signed that guy that dresses like superheroes and does backflips!” – 4th Grade Student As you may have surmised, I teach young children for a living. I do so in a close-knit elementary school of approximately 400 students (ages 5-12) located in Upstate NY. All the regular inhabitants–students, teachers, parents, staff–share […]

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A Scouting Report from Germany on Arsenal’s reported Bundesliga Transfer Targets

As we are heading into a decisive and exciting new chapter at Arsenal Football Club it’s no surprise that the upcoming transfer window is an indicator for what the potential new manager has in mind and what the future structure of the club will look like. With Sven Mislintat approaching his first summer transfer window […]

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Mavropanos, False Dawn or New Hope? – Will the Young Grecian ‘Urn’ his place as an Arsenal Regular in 18/19

With two matches left of a disappointing, yet historic season, Arsenal make the first of two away trips to end the campaign. The Emirates party to send our existing Manager off was well-intentioned and well-executed but now most Gunners’ minds are already on the future. A new manager, new players, departing players and the beautiful […]

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Aubameyang serves notice to Kane and Salah, as Wenger’s team and club gave him, Per and Vic an Emirates farewell to remember

Arsenal 5-0 Burnley – A bientot Monsieur Wenger – Premier League review      It’s the final Wenger home game, which we finished in style. And how…. Burnley was very poor, considering they had the opportunity to beat us to get in the driving seat for sixth place. But their attacking play was limp, and […]

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