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Embaressing

The B Team serve up a Bad B Movie Performance in Cologne

FC Koln 1-0 Arsenal Well that was interesting. The play overall wasn’t that bad, but we looked poor in the final third. The team sheet was also…interesting. With Chambers being a wing-back. Seriously? Wenger has to be commended for looking to empower his players this way. But then to be fair, he didn’t have that […]

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Nketiah and Akpom – The Next big thing and the Nearly was our Next big thing?

Two and a half years have passed since Arsenal demolished Aston Villa 5-0 at the Emirates Stadium. In a routine Sunday afternoon stroll on February’s first day, Chuba Akpom was given 20 minutes to impress, replacing Olivier Giroud off the bench. Within five minutes, some intelligent play saw Akpom dragged down, winning a penalty which […]

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The next big thing?

Eddie to the Rescue as the Kids show up Old Arsemal Pros in Carabou Cup

“PICK OF THE BUNCH.” From match-day to match-day there are certain individuals in the Arsenal team whose performance leaves them standing head and shoulders above the rest. The ones whose blood, sweat and tears are shed to ensure the team wins or at least makes a good attempt doing that. This weekly feature is going […]

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Jack in attack

Cech, Nelson and ‘Wow Wow Wow’ Wilshere take the Plaudits

“PICK OF THE BUNCH.” From match-day to match-day there are certain individuals in the Arsenal team whose performance leaves them standing head and shoulders above the rest. The ones whose blood, sweat and tears are shed to ensure the team wins or at least makes a good attempt doing that. This weekly feature is going […]

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Wow Wow Wow

A Wilshere inspired Arsenal De Starred Crvena Zvezda

Crvena Zevzda 0-1 Arsenal Europa League Group Stage   Red De-Starred Belgrade…..   A comfortable win for Arsenal. Despite immense differences in resources, global scope, fanbase, and finances, Crvena Zvezda has won the European Cup, and Arsenal never has. So we should give them some due respect, despite their comparative “lowly” footing. However, Arsenal looked […]

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100 Not Out

Man of the Match Nelson, Man of the Moment Giroud -As Gunners win in Belarus

BATE Borizov 2-4 Arsenal Europa League 28th September 2017   Arsenal haven’t played much in Belarus before. BATE Borizov are the long-running champions of Belarus, and narrowly missed out of Champions League qualification. They have however played and done well vs. Bayern Munich amongst others in previous seasons. So whilst it was not going to […]

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Glimpses of the old Jack

Wilshere and Nelson Positives as Gunners Squeeze past Fergie Inspired Donnie

Arsenal 1-0 Doncaster Rovers Carabou Cup Wednesday 20th September 2017 It’s funny that Darren Ferguson is the Doncaster manager. His father, Sir Alex, was in the stands tonight, and it seems daddy Ferguson channelled one of his performances from his Man U days into his son’s tonight. How Doncaster are a League 1 team is […]

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Carabao Cup

Arsenal v Doncaster – It’s All About The Kids: Reiss, Ainsley and Fergy Jr.

Arsenal vs. Doncaster Rovers Carabao Cup Wednesday 20th September 2017 As autumn dawns and it gets colder, the League Cup’s sponsors are a cold drink too. I don’t drink energy drinks that much, but then this isn’t a “monster” tie. Nor will this tie have a strong bite to it, like a “gator”(ade). Sorry, I […]

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Is this the Arsenal Road map

Arsenal Playing Staff Decisions MUST START NOW if it is Project ‘Sustainability’ and not ‘Project ‘Splash the Cash’

Somebody who once worked for Match of the Day infamously said that winning the league was impossible with kids. Of course, Alan Hansen was talking about Ferguson’s blend of talented kids and season pros after an early season hammering at the hands of Aston Willa. What is rarely commented on was the poor state of […]

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Europa League Trophy

Last Chance Saloon – Why The Europa League Matters For Arsenal

Our aim should be to win the Europa League. End of it. I can’t understand why it is even a debate, we’re not in the position to snub a European competition to save energies for a bigger prize – i.e. the league – since the competition for the Premier League top spot is the fiercest […]

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