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An Open Letter to Antiquated Arsene, Subservient Steve, Short-armed Stan and Ivan the Terrible

Richard Branson once said, “We are human beings, not human doings”. This is a great mantra for life, (and one I should personally follow a lot closer) but this doesn’t work for a football club. Just being a football club doesn’t cut it. You have to do as well and Arsenal Football Club are not […]

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Future not.looking great...

Finally – an actual solution to the problem that is Arsenal (Part 1)

If you were in charge at Arsenal Football Club! (PART 1) So, we are all frustrated with Arsenal. Different levels, but frustrated. Even folks that think Wenger is doing fantastic work right now can’t love 6th place. I’m sure it’s not just me that thinks about what they would do if they could make the […]

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Wengz vs Dean

Does performance of Mean Dean mask performance of poor team?

One step forward, two steps back. That’s how I felt after our performances in the games against Crystal Palace and West Brom. Some supporters will argue that a four point haul from two away fixtures in such close proximity, is a reasonable return. Whilst many will point the finger of blame entirely at the feet […]

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Super Jack is back and his team mates TRUST him – On the pitch availability, physicality and structure

To me it’s the little nuances of his game: the way he lets the ball run across his body, the weight of his passes when releasing wide options, the close control and burst he displays when dribbling passed an opponent. If you had to pick one player that best embodies the current Arsenal ethos, predicated […]

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Work in progress: will Iwobi ever be the finished product?

On Wenger’s Blindspot(s), Arsenal’s Lack of Ambition and Expensive Deadwood

We’re now at the halfway stage of the league campaign and already we trail the leaders by twenty one points. Bizarrely, the mentality of some Arsenal supporters or perhaps I should say Arsene supporters, has been to focus on us being just a solitary point behind fourth place and discuss it in a way that […]

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Santa head in hands

Arsenal V Liverpool: the most important game of the season?

It’s Friday December 23rd 2017, work is over for the year, Santa Claus is coming to town, the barbie is getting cleaned tomorrow and tonight’s game Vs ‘pool, is now, this seasons key fixture. 3 weeks ago, I truly believed we were in a 5 way battle for 2nd, suddenly, looking at the table after […]

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Ozil with a goal for all football fans to celebrate

Social Media Extremism Keeps Gooners Off-Balance

Dear Fellow Gunners Three good wins followed by the United defeat and now two draws in matches we would expect to win and then the hard fought win over Newcastle. A friend approached me after the win – quite agressively commenting on my support for Wenger. I did not want to raise the temperature and […]

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I’m no Wenger fanboy – but he’s not to blame for being untied by United.

I have read some newspaper reports yesterday and today and it is a gloomy occupation this morning to be reading the comments by fans. The Arsene Out Brigade (of which I am a member), are venting their spleens this morning on Twitter, and looking for blood. They are seeking Wenger`s head and laying the blame […]

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Ozil slump

Gunners are found lacking as De Gea saves United from a spanking: AFC1MUFC3

The only place I can start today is to say just how massively disappointed I am. Disappointed with the result, disappointed with making a lot of despicable people happy, disappointed our fans went home on that freezing night empty-handed. Before the game there was a genuine buzz of excitement in and around the stadium. I’m […]

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Laca vs Hudder

Gunners’ football becomes art as Mesut Ozil tears Huddersfield apart: #AFC5HTFC0

Arsene Wenger was once asked what is his ultimate goal in football. He responded with that: “You strive for perfection. And when you reach these moments, even for 5 minutes, they stay in your memory forever.” Yesterday, the Gunners managed to squeeze the perfection period in even less – just 4 minutes, from 67:44 to […]

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