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A Place To Dream: inspired by Arsenal’s rhythm and confidence as Gunners tame Foxes

A place to dream POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES Everybody went back to the bus and I stayed for a few minutes. I sat at the top of the world in Meteora, Greece on a cliff where a monastery sits, and I dreamt. A short dream. Short but meaningful. I’d being sweating it all day as […]

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The Ultimate Review of Unai Emery’s Reign. A Detailed Account of The Spaniard’s Rise and Fall.

Portrayed as a fraud. Painted as a failed genius by others, there is more to Unai Emery’s tenure with Arsenal than meets the eye. Charged with the titanic assignment of returning Arsenal to Champions League ascension, Arsène Wenger’s successor highlighted the arrival of a new era. For the first time in over two decades, Arsenal […]

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LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 27: Aaron Ramsey celebrates scoring Arsenal's 2nd goal during the match between Arsenal and Chelsea at Wembley Stadium on May 27, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Aaron Ramsey

Happy Birthday Aaron Ramsey. An Arsenal Hero.

“It’s a stunning goal! By Aaron Ramsey! Arsenal’s man of the season has done it again!” In awe, commentator Alan Parry narrated a marvellous, outside of the box strike by the Welshman. The year was 2013. Aaron Ramsey was in the form of his life and Arsenal were top of the Premier League. Aaron Ramsey […]

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A Case For Cloning: why Arsenal could do with 3 Thomas Parteys. Plus + 3 Predictions for Christmas.

I wish there were 3 A Thomas Partey blog At some point, maybe soon, Arsenal will play with a three man midfield. It may be that we choose 3 actual midfielders or it may be that when we pause the TV we see 3 players in midfield much like when Saka and AMN play, or […]

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Arteta’s Arsenal: A promising team in need of a tweak in the middle

Arteta’s Arsenal: A promising team in need of a tweak in the middle Our midfield needs surgery, but our defence and attack can be left alone in the summer transfer window. We can survey the wreckage left by former manager Unai Emery for Arteta to rescue Arsenal and save the team from a relegation battle […]

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Unai Emery: The Art of Saving Face (and Dishing Shade)

Unai Emery has been out of work since he was sacked by Arsenal on the 29th November last year. He has been relatively quiet since his unceremonious departure from North London, and to his credit he conducted himself with class upon leaving and in any brief media correspondence since. But, like most managers, I knew […]

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The very best of the Arsenal at the Emirates Era (Part 3)

Welcome to the third and final part of the Emirates Era questions with answers from the GT writers team. Check out Part 1 and Part 2. 5) Who are your top three players from this era? MarbleHallsTV: Alexis, Cazorla, Aubameyang. Alex Burns: Sanchez, Fabregas, Özil. Matt Lorrimer-Roberts: Alexis, Fabregas, Toure. Mike McDonald: Cazorla, Fabregas, Diaby. […]

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Dark Days for Club, as Arsenal seems to lose its Way

“We are all humans, we all have emotions, and sometimes it’s not easy dealing with them. It’s time to lift each other up, not to push each other away. We only win when we are together.“ These fantastic words are just a well constructed, diplomatic and compassionate way of trying to help, to defuse and […]

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The Arsenal Captain Collective – AKA The Comedy Five – Time to choose ‘1’ Unai!

The Captain Collective Back in August last year, Unai stated that; “In my career, I want leaders in the team. The representation for every player and in every time in the season there is the capacity to do that. Maybe there will be more ­leaders in the team to show this ­captaincy, not just in […]

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“I’ve pressed Pause, Arsenal haven’t.” (How the Domino Effect explains our Summer dealings.)

‘I’ve pressed pause, Arsenal haven’t.’ by Mike McDonald I have 9 summer thoughts including an explanation for Arsenal’s transfer dealings. Let’s start with the latest twitter angst…. why have we not signed players yet? 1. Lack of signings explained Complaining about a lack of transfers in preseason is a little bit like complaining because you […]

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