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Arsenal Odds In The 2022–2023 Premier League

The 2021/22 campaign was one of the most interesting Premier League seasons. Read our blog to learn about Arsenal odds in this year’s campaign. Gunners TownGunners Town is a premier Arsenal blogging platform for passionate and knowledgeable Gooners. Established in 2012, the site has garnered over 5 million views.

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North London Derbies are not enjoyable, but tonight’s will be Hell. Here’s why.

North London Derbies are bad enough without having all this extra drama piled on. After the worst start to a Premier League season in 67 years, this young Arsenal team and their novice manager are positioned to achieve what NO – literally NOT ONE – critic predicted at the start of the season… even before […]

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The Arsenal Women Journal – Derby delight to setup the final showdown [ARS 3-0 TOT]

Today I’m happy that football won. Today we’re all happy that football won. North London remains red thanks to a goal from Beth Mead and a brace from Caitlin Foord, despite Tottenham’s attempts to turn a football match into a Royal Rumble, and we are all set for the final showdown, next Sunday. We had […]

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AWFC Journal: Disappointing North London Derby as Arsenal Women Drop First Points.

Our winning streak had to stop, eventually. It did, at the Hive, where we almost lost our invincibility. That would have been unbearable! Vivianne Miedema’s late, late header rescued a point for Jonas Eidevall’s team, which deserved much better but almost lost the first North London Derby in the league. We had the chances, we […]

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Arsenal Women ensure North London is Doubly Red – AWFC Journal

Wherever they go. Wherever they go. It’s fair to say that it’s been a great few days for us Gooners: the men’s team won the North London Derby, the women’s team thrashed Manchester City five-nil and last night Jonas Eidevall’s girls battered Sp*rs in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup. Tottenham get battered wherever they […]

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Arsenal RX announces Totnum•31 Seasonal Spurmicide – for the rapid relief of cock and ball irritation

In celebration of the Gunners crushing the Spuds in Sunday’s North London Derby, Arsenal RX (The Drugs Gunners Trust) brings you TOTNUM · 31 – Seasonal Spurmicide, for the rapid relief of cock and ball irritation. Lil’ Chilli claims “It works for me every time!“. Emmy Smifro says “I hate Spurms!” as we all should. […]

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The Return of Excitement: how Arteta’s Arsenal won the crowd and the game [ARS 3-1 TOT]

The Return of Excitement POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES So much can be healed at home games if you are willing to start with energy that intimidates. You have the crowd already energized as they have hope. There is the expectation from your opponent that you will start fast and on the front foot as you […]

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Numbers Don’t Lie: the most important stat to consider before the North London Derby

Four-thousand, nine-hundred and sixty-three daysThree-thousand, two-hundred and eighty-three days We all know which one is the biggest number, yet we constantly hear about the smallest one, which is the number of days our infamous trophy-drought lasted. Countless articles were written about our inability to win trophies during the nine-year, 512-game streak that went from the […]

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The North London Derby Part 2: Arsenal 2 Tottenham 1 – Delicious Salty Tottenham Tears

THE BUILD UP Pacing, Drinking, Clenching, and Harry Kane’s Face in a Potato Urgh. You thought the past week was bad. The day of the game is absolutely unbearable isn’t it? I usually prefer a 4.30pm kick off on a Sunday, but for this particular fixture, I would be happy to kick off at 6am, […]

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Arteta’s bold selections came to fruition! An in depth look at Arsenal’s derby day victory

Arsenal build-up shape The two most commonly deployed build-up structures Arteta favours is the 3-2-5 or the 2-3-5. And in yesterday’s derby, the Spaniard opted for the latter. Xhaka and Partey operated in a double pivot, with Cedric staying deep and at times inverting. Lacazette and Odegaard would both offer themselves between the lines, Tierney […]

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