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Obi: A New Hope (or too soon to tell?)

It’s a mild November morning I wake up and the first thing I do is reach for my phone and Google “Arsenal”. I see the usual spam transfer stories about how we’re going to sign Ronaldo, Messi and Mbappe; however the headline ‘Arsenal youth player scores 10 goals for U16 side in 14-3 thrashing of […]

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Chelsea, Man U, Man City & Liverpool 42 v Arsene Wenger 1 – The Prize for Stability or Stability the Price?

Some interesting information can be gleaned from an article by John Stanton of BBC. He poses some topical questions – is Wenger a reluctant spender? Has his second decade been a let-down? Has he transformed our national game? How will he be judged? On the silverware front he follows just one manager – Alex Ferguson. […]

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Wojciech Szczesny was set to become our Gianluigi Buffon – but it doesn’t look like he will anymore

Wojciech Szczesny has completed his move to AS Roma, the guy himself announced the deal via his Instagram account. Although all reports do not agree about the formula of the deal, John Cross of the Mirror believes that the initial loan move could be made permanent for as little as £ 5m. If confirmed, that means […]

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Time for Wenger to toughen up.

Time for Wenger to finally be firm with his players – Drop Szczeny and play Opsina Surely it is time for Arsene Wenger became firm with his players? In today’s football world, with access to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram along with teenage players already having wages of thousands and thousands of pounds, it isn’t always […]

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The EIGHT summer signings stuttering Arsenal could make to retain momentum

So then, Stoke City, away. An almost perennial nadir for Gooners. A tried and tested script that contains all the predictable tropes; like an old Bond film on the box during a Sunday afternoon… –          Ultra-defensive set up from the home side to counter the (non-existent) Arsenal attacking threat. –          Arsenal players spitefully kicked by […]

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ARSENAL RATINGS: Mesut Ozil better, Santi Cazorla the best but Jack Wilshere poor again against Manchester United

Nerves, fear, trepidation gripping both teams – robbed the watching public of a football match where expression is a required component of which gives a feeling that you are being entertained. Fear of enjoying the experience of playing football took over two professional teams and reminded us that the stakes are really high in the Premier […]

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