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In-depth Scouting Report: Arsenal’s Reported Striker Target Victor Osimhen

Having let go of the former captain and their main striker Aubameyang in the winter, and failed to secure the signing of Dusan Vlahovic, Arsenal are paying for their mistake of going into the latter half of the season with no established backup striker. It is clear that Arsenal need to sign a striker (or […]

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Can Arsenal’s Greek colossus be the pillar of defense that thwarts Napoli’s attack? (Europa QF Preview – 2nd Leg)

Napoli vs. Arsenal Europa League preview QF 2nd Leg (0-2 Aggregate)   We’re heading to southern Italy, and the city of Naples – or Napoli in Italian. Napoli has been the biggest challenger to Juventus of late, beating either bigger clubs like Inter and AC Milan in this regard. They’re no slouches really – since they […]

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Arsenal 2-0 Napoli: Emery’s Firestarters Ramsey and Torreira Must Play [Positive Needs & Hopes]

Have we found the Firestarters? POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES What’s the fastest way to create belief in sport? Occasionally, you support a team who are so mentally strong that they make you mentally strong too. Most of the time though we arrive at the ground/turn on the TV and hope. I think the fastest way […]

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Arsenal vs. Napoli Preview: can Emery get it right against Ancelotti’s high-flying Napoli

Arsenal vs. Napoli Preview – Europa League QF Preview   After the poor game at Everton, we’re back in Europe, and this time vs. Napoli of Italy’s Serie A. This was, of course, the hardest draw in the competition – though I feel whoever wins this will go on to win the competition. However, despite […]

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Everton 0-1 Arsenal: Outthought and outfought, leaving Gooners distraught [Match Review]

I wrote a blog after the last time Everton beat us at Goodison and I said that they deserved to win because they outhought, outfought and generally wanted the result more than us. I sat down with my son to watch the match and I could not beileve that Emery had selected Elneny and Guendouzi […]

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Referee Knut Kircher stops the German first division Bundesliga soccer match between Borussia Dortmund and Schalke 04  in Gelsenkirchen

Arsenal vandalism from Borussia Dortmund fans rocks Schalke; when will it all end?

Many of you might have seen the Schalke vs. Borussia Dortmund derby this weekend and you may have wondered about what you saw in the stands. In recent years the Bundesliga has been idealised to being a role model regarding price, match day experience and fan friendly behaviour. That might all be true although I think the Premier League […]

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We Are Still Top Of the League, Enjoy it

DB’s Season Diary Week Eight – We Are Still Top Of the League, Enjoy it Well, I don’t know about you, but I go into this international break extremely satisfied. We are top of the Premiership, when if you had believed all the bollocks before a ball had been kicked in anger, we would be […]

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