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Don’t blame Le Prof; Negotiation limitations shouldn’t detract Arsene Wenger’s legacy as manager of Arsenal

You Guest It At the time of writing Arsenal have had a somewhat hit and miss few months. Much of the deadwood that hamstringed the clubs less than stellar wage structure has since departed and many of the younger players are showing hunger and potential, albeit during preseason. Aaron Ramsey is continuing to blossom in a deeper […]

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Around the World with Arsene Wenger

Far Side View As summer slowly descends on Northern Europe, Gooners all around the globe are planning their summer holidays & thinking of that once in a lifetime around the world trip. As we know, in the last 16 years, Arsene Wenger is a past master of such jaunts, but there are some places we […]

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WengerBall vs Chu-Young Parklife

Far Side View With 10 days between games, The Sunday Morning Gooner’s mind begins to wander off at a tangent…. (No change there really!) I began thinking of the polarized views many supporters have on Arsene Wenger and Arsenal and for some reason this popped into my head. Steve WellmanEnglish by birth, Australian by choice. […]

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Arsenal – The Transfer Window

Arsenal go into the New Year 5th in the Barclays Premier League after an already up and down season. They have qualified for the second round of the Champions League, but were knocked out of the domestic cup competition by League 2 opposition Bradford City. Now comes the time for change, the time when you can add […]

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Arsenal fans: You don’t want Park back

Watching Celta Vigo take on Real Madrid in the Copa Del Rey on Wednesday night, there was one name that caught my attention when the teams were announced – that of Park Chu-Young. The South Korea international is currently on loan with the La Liga outfit having failed to make the desired impact at Arsenal. WTTGT

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Arsenal’s summer so far

Feels longer doesn’t it? In fact, you would be entirely forgiven for thinking it had been months since Arsenal were last in action, securing that precious third place against a resilient West Bromwich Albion.   WTTGT

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