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Elneny considering new Contract with Arsenal?

The 29-year-old midfielder, Mohamed Elneny, has secured win after win for London’s Arsenal Football Club. After the thrilling win against Manchester United with a score-line of 3-1, the team marches toward the final four, leaving Man Utd in the dust. Without a doubt, Arsenal’s season has been a rollercoaster, promising the possibility to make it […]

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Has Ainsley Maitland-Niles done enough to stop Arsenal buying reinforcements ahead of AFCON?

As has become the norm for Arsenal in recent times, last Tuesday’s League Cup fixture gave the management an opportunity to rotate the squad and offer valuable minutes to current fringe players. In the past, under Wenger, this might have been very young players but under Arteta it has been more squad members normally on […]

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Arteta’s Dilemma – 4231 or 433 without Xhaka?

There has rarely been a player in recent years to divide the Arsenal fanbase in the way Granit Xhaka does. Perhaps only latter day Ozil in the last few seasons. However, whether you are in the pro Xhaka camp, or in the camp that feels he represents years of under achievement, you will acknowledge that […]

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Sambi, Maitland-Niles or Elneny if Arteta stays 4231 at Brighton?

  Today we take the trip up to Brighton for the early evening fixture. Given the events of Guendouzi/Maupay-gate a little bit of a feud has built up between Arsenal and Brighton fans and players alike. Nothing sinister of course but Arsenal fans certainly remember the challenge by Maupay which resulted in a long term […]

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No Youngsters at the Hawthorns as Arteta faces a MUST win League Cup Banana Skin

I have genuine mixed feelings about the tough away tie at the Hawthorns tomorrow night. In the past, unlike with the FA Cup, I have relished the opportunity to see our manager blood youngsters in the League Cup and also offer the chance for those in the first team squad, on the fringes, to press […]

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Should we be worried if Sambi Lokonga starts Arsenal’s Premier League campaign?

As the speculation continues about when and if Xhaka departs for Rome, and consequently whether Arsenal will sign a senior partner for Thomas Partey, the central midfielder we have signed, is quietly impressing.  Albert ‘Sambi’ Lokonga, was and perhaps is, thought to be a squad addition, to give us strength in depth and certainly a […]

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8 Gunners playing for their Arsenal Futures

Having scraped a last-minute draw at home to lowly Fulham, Arsenal face Everton this Friday with a won now essential to stay in the race for Europa League qualification next season. Arteta will need to block out the European Super League news, which is everywhere and try to focus his squad on the games ahead. […]

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Never learnt to kill – how Arsenal Past is crippling Arsenal Future (Positive Needs & Hopes)

Never learnt to kill POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES I was watching the game yesterday and wondering if there were 3 teams out there. ‘Arsenal current’, Fulham and ‘Arsenal past’. We started the game with energy and intent. We didn’t get the goal but I enjoyed the desire to do so as it’s been a rare […]

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It comes from within: how the Hale Enders can win games, save money and rescue Arteta

It comes from within POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES With the relief felt and a headline like that, this could be a ‘braveheart moment’, but the game wasn’t that yet. I could say I told you so, but I’m just one of thousands who have been saying the same thing. The truth of what happened yesterday […]

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Here’s hoping the rest don’t notice Arteta’s Arsenal aren’t average anymore.

When will they notice?   POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES I get the feeling that the outside world sees Arsenal as ‘an improving team.’ That’s fine. We are. I think we are more than that though. The foundation of my thought is this….   Arsenal won the FA Cup, Community Shield, beat Man Utd, Wolves, Chelsea, […]

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