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Arsene Wenger

New Players, Same Manager, What’s The Point?

As supporters we’ll never lose our addiction for discussing potential improvements the club can make throughout the year. I’ve seen plenty of Gooners enlisting Xhaka, Ibrahimovic, Mahrez, Kante as desired transfers in the summer but seriously is there any point to this? We’re simply wasting our time. In the past 3 season’s we have brought […]

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Dat Guy

De De De De De De De De De De De De Danny Welbeck – The Come Back Kid Saves the Day

Let me get this out of the way first: Arsenal deserved to win the game. Those who say we were lucky to win it are partly right, but saying that without context would not be doing justice to the Gunners. The reality is such: we played Ranieri’s men off the park. We had 78% of […]

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Arsenal vs Leicester

It’s Time to Outfox the Foxes – Gooner’s Love Affair with ‘Le Coq’ to resume on Valentine’s Day

Howdy. Matchday №26 is looming large (in fact it’s already upon us at the time of me writing this), however, I think I won’t make a grave mistake by assuming most eyes will be fixed on Sunday’s fixtures and not so much on Saturday’s. It is understandable: the top 4 teams are playing one another […]

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Wenger Ranieri

Wenger can learn from Ranieri; will Afobe come back to bite us?

. Ranieri at the Lane minutes after his team have conceded a penalty on a controversial decision by the referee “If the referee gives the penalty then it is a penalty” Excellent. Love it. Why can’t Wenger do the same? Why does he have to gesticulate on the touchline when decisions go against us and […]

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Flamini second goal

Spuds peeled, but how to deal with foxy Leicester?

NLD Nothing eases the pain of a derby loss than a derby win, especially against spurs. Wenger now has a decision to make. If Coquelin is out for a while who does he pick to play next to Cazorla? The obvious answer would be club captain Mikel Arteta, but Flamini made a good case for […]

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