Tag Archives | Samir Nasri


Bukayo Saka is absolutely not going anywhere! Is he?

(T)here we go.Back-off, fellas, Bukayo Saka is not for sale. True, at least for the time being. There will be a moment when he will be, whether we want it or not. Bukayo Saka is one of the most promising youngsters in Europe and has already shown that he is able to carry the whole […]

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Why in 21/22 Emile Smith Rowe will be the Croydon Nasri and not the Croydon De Bruyne

As we approach the new 21/22 campaign, as Arsenal supporters, we are still yet to discover which player will arrive to take some of the creative burden from the young shoulders of Saka and Smith-Rowe. Will it be Maddison, will it be Odegaard, or Aouar, or even another left field suggestion such as Renato Sanches? […]

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Emile Smith Rowe – Why he reminds me of Nasri and what that may mean

In the aftermath of a fabulous win over our North London rivals, the role and performance of Martin Odegaard is rightly receiving high praise, not just from us fans but from his ‘current’ manager, Mikel Arteta. However, I am keen to highlight how the Norwegian’s place in the team is positively influencing others, notably Emile […]

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Introducing Marcelo Flores – a two-footed Samir Nasri but with more goals in him!

It seems there are an unlimited number of exciting youngsters at Arsenal at present. We all know that the actual number – and it is a numbers game – that make it into first teamers is small, but it does feel, with our current first team squad as it is, that the next few years […]

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Was it worth it?

The Emirates Stadium Move – 11 Years on, was it all worth it?

Was The Emirates worth it? The date is May 17th 2006, you may find yourself sat in the Stade De France in Paris or in your local pub down the street, or possibly you may find yourself at home. Whatever your possible location one thing is certain, you are watching the Champions League final clash […]

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Shocking in last game v new team

Is Ox now a bigger snake than Nasri, Cesc and RVP after Cheating Gunners v Liverpool in Last Game

Let’s all laugh at Arsenal their absurd fans. Yeah I get it, it’s funny. The best run club in the world ™ has no money and none of their players want to stay. All very amusing and bizarre in equal measure. However the one thing I would like to point out, which in my opinion, […]

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‘Loyalty is unwavering in good times and bad times.’ I am not a religious person myself, but that potent quote found in the Proverbs book of the Bible has flashed across my mind in what is warming up to be a long drag through the mud for Gooners worldwide, because; Our club is going to […]

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Arsene Wenger and the Emirates years: In search of silverware

      Part 2 -The Emirates years In Arsene’s last 10 years there have been a lot of low points at the club. There has been a long drought without a trophy and Wenger’s team been have been seen to bottle it under pressure. After moving into the new Emirates Stadium in 2006, Wenger […]

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Wenger opts out of the Game of £50 Million Spin a Transfer Bottle – No Longer a Gambler?

Got £50mill spare Guvnor? So now the silly season is over for another 3 months and no-one could be arsed to turn up and protest (lol). Just what does £50mill buy you these days? Well, according to LVG, when you spend it on deadline day, on an unknown 12 year old, with a 1 in […]

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A Gooner’s View of Misfiring Man City – Do Delph and Raheem rejuvenate a team?

A Gooner’s View of Other Clubs of the 2014-15 Season Part 9 Hi everyone. This is part 9 of my series of blogs about the status of the Premiership Clubs of the 2014-2015 Season following the conclusion of the League season. In this blog, I’ll be focusing on Manchester City. Of course, all of this […]

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