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Gunners progress on merit as Welbeck and Xhaka rise from the ashes: #AFC3Milan1

It is nice to be sitting in this chair and writing about a 3rd straight win. Even two weeks ago I wouldn’t have backed Arsenal to do something like this, yet here we are, with the Gunners emphatically proving me wrong. That two of those wins were crucial to our progression in the Europa League, […]

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Resurgent Gunners Need to Seal The Deal Against Wounded Milanimal

  We host AC Milan today, merely a week after the first leg. Such are the perks of Europa League though: we have to play catch-up with the Champions League schedule-wise, so ours is a bit more packed as a result. If there was a time I’d prefer the return leg, however, I would say […]

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LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 03: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates scoring the 4th Arsenal goal during the Premier League match between Arsenal and Everton at Emirates Stadium on February 3, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

All is not doom and gloom at Arsenal: a smidgeon of good news…

As we all know, things aren’t well with us at the moment, particularly when it comes to the league. However, thinking positively, we still have the Europa cup to play for, and the possibility of a Champions League spot using the Chelsea/United backdoor. With the first knock-out round kicking off at AC Milan’s San Siro […]

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Arsenal battered again, but no one seems willing or capable of throwing in the towel: #AFC0MCFC3

You know that when half the fanbase is hoping for the game to be called off for whatever reason, while the other half is plotting to stay at home despite having the tickets, the footballing aspect of your team must be in dire state. And so it is, abundantly demonstrated by the game yesterday. Shortly […]

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Mathieu Flamini is not as bad as you think – certainly not as bad as he is made out to be!

Important note: I have written this article back in May and opted not to publish it then. The reason for this was because at the last possible minute I found out the manner in which Flamini left Arsenal in 2008 – by allowing his contract to run out and seeking pastures new and more glorious […]

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