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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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Rashford or Calvert-Lewin depend on Arteta’s desired 22/23 formation – Either, neither or both?

Yesterday I read that Arsenal are vying with Atletico for the signature of Lautaro Martinez from Inter, and are favourites to land Dutch winger, Cody Gakpo from PSV. Both are exciting links but yesterday’s news suggesting Arteta was ready to lure Marcus Rashford and that Arsenal had a pre-contract deal with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, are perhaps […]

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Gabriel makes it a 100th Arsenal Red Card Premier League Roll of Dishonour!

The One Hundred Just feel gutted about Saturday’s result, we didn’t deserve the decisions, we didn’t deserve the result, but we do deserve constant referees and we do deserve consistent use of VAR. We also passed a milestone; Gabriel became the unenviable 100th Gooner sent off in the Premier League.   So, here is my […]

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Exclusive – Ex Arsenal defender Justin Hoyte on Viera, Ashley Cole and The Invincibles

Two first half hattricks from Jermaine Pennant and Robert Pires, leading Southampton 6-1 and the clock strikes to the 89th minute of Southampton’s miserable visit to Highbury in May of 2003. The Arsenal faithful arise to applaud the efforts of hattrick hero Pennant as he leaves the field of play to be replaced by a […]

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A deeper dive into Mikel Arteta’s hybrid 4-2-3-1/4-4-2 – The Debating Point of the Weekend

To say it’s been a turbulent start to the 2021/2022 Premier League season for Arsenal is an understatement. A combination of below-par performances and abject results have left Gooners incredibly frustrated with the manager’s tactical decisions. Mitigating circumstances were present in the opening day fixture at Brentford as the unavailability of Gabriel Magalhaes, Thomas Partey […]

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Why Elneny should stay and play ahead of Xhaka

I am not writing this article to be overtly controversial but given it seems quite topical this week, I am going to throw it out there – I like Mo Elneny, I always have in all honesty. It seems most of the fanbase are desperate for the Egyptian to be sold, as stories of a […]

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Is it Neves and Bissouma to replace Xhaha as Partey Partners?

With many of the Arsenal faithful still bemoaning the fact that Aston Villa beat the club to the signature of Buendia, our attention turns to a position on the pitch that I believe is far more crucial. The Argentinian may well be hugely talented, but my feeling is that we are blessed with young creative […]

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Waving goodbye to the solution – the 2 players Arsenal can’t afford to lose

Waving goodbye to the solution  In 41 years of supporting Arsenal I’ve been gutted just a handful of times when certain players left the club. Limpar, Santi, Overmars, Petit, Song, Aliadiere, Bielik, Amaechi and Yunus Musah spring to mind. Strange list, perhaps. Henry, Fabregas, Vieira, Sanchez etc… I understood. Their reasoning made sense to me […]

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Introducing Arsenal’s Future Vieira Style Central Midfield Captain – Miguel Azeez

Here we are back again with Arsenal Youth expert, John Williamson (@willow1886) and I suspect, with respect to all our recent subjects, this is an interview that our readership has been waiting for. Yes, in the week, Arsenal signed Thomas Partey, potentially the most complete all-round central midfielder we have had since the great Patrick […]

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Giving Balance to Arsenal’s Midfield Force might convince Torreira to stay.

A report lately stated that Lucas Torreira has asked to leave.     Our Uruguayan offers a different edge compared to other midfielders we’ve had in recent years. I like him – he’s combative and tenacious, and I feel we need to keep him if he is open to staying. If not, he can go. […]

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