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Baby Birch and her Arsenal debut – Part One!

The shortened version of this blog, a collaborative piece written with my beautiful wife Malina, originally appeared in issue 290 of The Gooner fanzine but the day meant so much to us both that we wanted to share the full version! Malina: There are a few proud moments parents can expect during the first year […]

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Clean sheets and wins against the Foxes and the Tiny Totts in Arsenal’s “Death Run” please!

Gunners Town Pod – Suburbs Edition Episode 3 – 6th July 2020 Ben, Chris and Steve get all excitable discussing two wins, two clean sheets, the prospect of more wins and more clean sheets against Leicester and The Tiny Totts as Arsenal enter the current ‘death run’. The need to get Auba to ‘SignDaTing’ also […]

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Arsenal IMPRESS with 93 minutes of PRESSING as Auba leads from the front!

#POSITIVES, NEEDS AND HOPES! I saw the sea again POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES Once a year my wife and I enjoy a short trip. We miss our children but revel in the few days of no responsibilities. We go to the beach. I don’t like sunbathing like she does. I just sit and look at […]

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Auba takes the headlines but Xhaka and Tierney also gave true Captain’s Performances – #Reviewandratings

    This was a pleasing performance. It wasn’t a stellar one, but we were comfortable, didn’t really look troubled, and seemingly Herr Farke and his Norwich side are going back to the Championship. The line-up seemed fair enough, though the inclusion of Luiz was for me a negative. All the same, it was steady […]

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Did Arsenal play Norwich or Arsenal? [Positive Needs & Hopes]

‘DID ARSENAL PLAY NORWICH OR ARSENAL?’ Positives, Needs and Hopes If you could pick the most important need for improvement on the field, what would you choose? I’ve thought about this too much. I think this means I’m sure of what I think. I’d try to improve defensive transitions. I bet I’m not alone. The […]

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Joe Willock dazzles for Arsenal – watch brother Chris WOW for Benfica! (Exclusive Video)

The Willock brothers are starting to make their mark on world football. We all know that Joe Willock has been making inroads into Arsenal’s first team, with a solid performance against Red Star Belgrade in the Europa League fixture last Thursday. He is likely to start against Norwich in the Carabao Cup tonight. It was […]

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No November Nerves in Norwich as Ramsey returns boost Gunners

We travel to Carrow Road to take on Norwich and this is our chance to record the first league win in November (in three attempts). Frankly, I find the correlation between time of the year and points haul a bit strange, yet the facts tell us November is Arsene’s worst month as Arsenal’s manager. The […]

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It’s Time To Drive, Jack!

In modern football where loyalty is regarded as obscene, Jack Wilshere and Arsenal Football Club are a rare fusion of passion and talent. Right from his days in the youth team it was obvious he’ll become a core member of the team at some point. He would eventually have his breakthrough year in the 2010/2011 […]

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Arsenal 4 Norwich City 1 – Clinical Arsenal Show The Magic Touch

Arsenal maintained their fine early season form and went two points clear at the top of the Premier League with a 4-1 win against Norwich City at the Emirates on Saturday. Arsene Wenger made two changes to the side that drew away at West Brom before the International break, with Bacary Sagna and Santi Cazorla […]

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Predicting 4 Nil, Flamini to boss and no Canaries singing – Gunners Town Match Preview

After a tedious international break that saw England qualify, we finally have our Arsenal back. Of course I’ll support my national team but nothing compares to watching The Arsenal, especially in the tantalizing form we are in at the moment. Rarely, there were (almost) no injuries for our team in the break, baring the scare […]

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