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Saturday Night’s Alright: have Arsenal’s Street Fighting Years returned?

There has been a lot of talk about Arsene returning to The Arsenal in some capacity and just maybe this has happened sooner than we think. Similar  to Wenger’s infamous spat with Maureen back in 2014. Mikel came close to blows with Klopp on Saturday night. Presumably NOT the after effects of an afternoon on […]

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Form is temporary: why Arteta’s Arsenal underdogs will rise to the occasion (NLD Preview)

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Arsenal – PL preview   Tottenham Hotspur irk me. Their white shirts and blue shorts. Their logo of a chicken standing on a ball. Their motto “To Dare Is To Do” when they’re seldom ever daring or doing. The fact they took their name from a 15th-century English warrior – Henry Hotspur. […]

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Spurs have better players but Arsenal is in better form – an NLD that is impossible to predict (View From The Opposition)

In an exchange with Tottenham website Spurs For Life, Gunners Town writer Chris (@MarbleHallsTV) contributed this piece on today’s North London Derby Below is Spurs For Life contributor Andy’s response: _________ When I think of Arsenal I always think of my good friend Brucey. He’s one of those football fans who is quite pragmatic and […]

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Arsene Wenger’s life in “Red and White”: a few things I’d like to see in Le Prof’s autobiography

    Our esteemed former manager Arsene Wenger announced that his autobiography will be released soon. Wenger still evokes mixed feelings amongst the fan base. Which for me is sad. Look – I wanted him to go a few years before he did. He was not developing tactically, and we were being left behind accordingly. […]

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Is the Europa League the Best Route Into the Champions League for the Gunners?

Is the Europa League the Best Route Into the Champions League for the Gunners? It hasn’t been the ideal start to the season for the Gunners, and already the walls seem to be closing in on Unai Emery. His position as the manager at the Emirates is looking weaker with every passing week at present. […]

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Liverpool 5-5 Arsenal [5-4 Penalties]: ‘A Seminal Moment at the Crossroads’

‘A Seminal Moment at the Crossroads’ Any day now it’s about to happen. The Arsenal board will arrive at the crossroads. They have to decide. Most certainly a seminal moment in our recent history. Even though this game was the least important (finally a fun fest for the fans), it once again exposed Emery. We […]

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United scores four in a 2-2 Draw – Arsenal leaves Old Trafford with a costly point

Positives, Needs and Hopes Well, those were 4 ridiculous goals! If you’d see the goals only, you wouldn’t think you were watching elite players. The game itself was a true test as Utd (as ever) gave at least 100% effort even if they are a team with no offensive plan. Halfway through the second half […]

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Maureen’s REAL press conference ahead of tonight’s clash with Arsenal

Maureen’s REAL press conference ahead of tonight’s clash with Arsenal So Jose, what are your thoughts ahead of your game with Arsenal? “Well, you know my thoughts about Arsene, He has a real problem with us and I think he is what you call, a voyeur. Wenger must be one of them, it’s a sickness” […]

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Can Emery do what Wenger struggled to do: outsmart Mourinho? Manchester United vs. Arsenal preview

Manchester United vs. Arsenal preview   After the glorious win vs. the Scum, we have another rival to play. This time, it’s Manchester United, and a certain Mr. Mourinho, with whom we have an interesting history. Jose hasn’t had the best of times this season. Much has been made of his “third season syndrome”. From […]

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Jack is Dead. All Hail, Ainsley! AMN seizes his Arsenal moment

Ainsley Maitland-Niles’ Wilshere Moment On February 16, 2011, the world saw one of the greatest midfield performances in European club football history, all by a 19 year old footballer from Arsenal football club, a youngster who had the world at his feet, and two legends, Xavi and Iniesta, in the back of his pocket. Jack […]

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