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Wenger was a Reptilian and talked to Aliens!! – Top 8 Arsenal Conspiracy Theories- Buffetgate, Lasagnegate and so many more

Plots. Sinister dealings. These words may come to mind when you think conspiracy theories. In our everyday lives we are surrounded by conspiracy claims, from the Moon landing, to Religion, to Government laws. Anywhere you look, a conspiracy could arise. In Football there are many conspiracies at play, from a simple ‘’they cheated’’ or ‘’everyone […]

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Leno is Our No.1 – Time to back our man and forget the 13 Game Wonder

Bernd Leno will never win, will he? Ever since Emiliano Martínez was sold to Aston Villa, the German has been the primary target of attention for all Gooners who think the Argentine should have stayed.Now, it’s perfectly fine to think that we should have kept Emiliano Martínez over Bernd Leno but the decision was made […]

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Martinez to get the nod vs Fulham? An in depth review of our two outstanding goalkeepers

Over the years, goalkeepers such as Almunia, Fabianski, Mannone and Ospina were all simply not good enough. Szczesny certainly had potential but was far too rash, impulsive and didn’t command his area. And Cech never provided us with the desired consistency which was required and made frequent mistakes, particularly in his penultimate season (2017/18) with […]

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Willian to Arsenal? Good player, but another elderly Chelsea hand me down! No thanks

A few stories have featured prominently in our post-Wembley glories this week. One of them is our FA Cup final opponent Willian, who according to reports is looking to move to Arsenal from Chelsea. Willian has been underrated in some respects. He was a mainstay of their 2015 and 2017 title-winning sides, though not as […]

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The only Stan I trust is from Laurel and Hardy – or how I would run Arsenal if I owned it

  Like many other Gooners out there, my tolerance towards Mr. Kroenke isn’t strong. I feel he’s overseen our steady decline and demise from top-four regulars to ninth place. The three FA Cups wins in his tenure were all glorious occasions. But with proper oversight, targets, and drive, we had the capacity to do much […]

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This week’s Arsenal News Round Up- Partey, Willian, Ramsey, Wrighty with Arteta and more!

Hello there. Just some musings of the Arsenal news scape, in this present pandemic-induced lockdown: No to Willian   Look – Willian is a good player. He is a continental champion for his country, Brazil, due to winning the last Copa America. He has won many trophies with Chelsea. He is a pacey and technically […]

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Kos the (former) Boss?

Player power hits Arsenal     The Gunners has been immune, to some degree, from the major player power incidents of other top English clubs. United has the Paul Pogba matter, and Chelsea has had numerous incidents in recent seasons. So it seems – with captain Laurent Koscielny’s refusal to participate in the USA tour […]

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Arsenal Europa League build-up news – Cech and Mkhi Dominate the headlines

Arsenal news – Europa League build-up    In the run-up to Baku, some intriguing news has come up on various fronts:   Cech Sky Sports announced that Petr Cech is to become Chelsea’s new technical director. I have some thoughts, some of which are conflicting on this. Petr Cech is a Chelsea legend and attained […]

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Another 9/10 from Koscielny and one end and Laca at the other sees Arsenal brush aside a limp Napoli

Napoli 0-1 Arsenal – Europa League QF Second Leg (0-3 agg.)       It took a beauty from Lacazette to secure an excellent win in the San Paolo stadium. Napoli was anticipated to be strong, forward, and pressing, as they needed to be. But they weren’t. If anything, I was surprised at how limp […]

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Slight tweaks please boss

One Key Change and Two Crucial Compromises for Emery to make to ensure success at Newcastle and beyond

As we approach the end of the international break we all heave a collective sigh of relieve and turn our thoughts back to the Premier League, and in our case: a visit to St James Park. We are all hoping that Emery’s new Arsenal can build on two hard-fought (if not entirely convincing) wins over […]

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