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North London Derbies are not enjoyable, but tonight’s will be Hell. Here’s why.

North London Derbies are bad enough without having all this extra drama piled on. After the worst start to a Premier League season in 67 years, this young Arsenal team and their novice manager are positioned to achieve what NO – literally NOT ONE – critic predicted at the start of the season… even before […]

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Arsenal RX announces Totnum•31 Seasonal Spurmicide – for the rapid relief of cock and ball irritation

In celebration of the Gunners crushing the Spuds in Sunday’s North London Derby, Arsenal RX (The Drugs Gunners Trust) brings you TOTNUM · 31 – Seasonal Spurmicide, for the rapid relief of cock and ball irritation. Lil’ Chilli claims “It works for me every time!“. Emmy Smifro says “I hate Spurms!” as we all should. […]

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Numbers Don’t Lie: the most important stat to consider before the North London Derby

Four-thousand, nine-hundred and sixty-three daysThree-thousand, two-hundred and eighty-three days We all know which one is the biggest number, yet we constantly hear about the smallest one, which is the number of days our infamous trophy-drought lasted. Countless articles were written about our inability to win trophies during the nine-year, 512-game streak that went from the […]

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Reading between the lines: a translation of Arteta’s season summary

Reading between the lines  Translating Arteta’s summary of the season: Quote: “In the league we have two (five after Sunday) more points than last season” Translation: “Stop your bloody moaning, it’s more points than when Unai was in charge” Quote: “The fact that we don’t have a title so close to grab because we’re not […]

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The North London Derby Part 2: Arsenal 2 Tottenham 1 – Delicious Salty Tottenham Tears

THE BUILD UP Pacing, Drinking, Clenching, and Harry Kane’s Face in a Potato Urgh. You thought the past week was bad. The day of the game is absolutely unbearable isn’t it? I usually prefer a 4.30pm kick off on a Sunday, but for this particular fixture, I would be happy to kick off at 6am, […]

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Arsenal Crushes Tottenham in Worldwide Popularity Rankings

Arsenal Crushes Tottenham in Worldwide Popularity Rankings As we all know, the North London Rivalry is one of the most heated feuds in the history of English Football. Being in such close proximity to one other, us fans have been divided from day one. But the passion and dedication of our supporters stands out like […]

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The key areas that cost Arsenal the Derby, despite some impressive numbers [Vital Statistics]

Vital Statistics from Arsenal 1-1 Leicester City Premier League • Matchday 35 • 12th July 2020 A bitterly disappointing result that included far too many individual errors at both ends of the pitch, defeat to them will never be easy but it hurts even more when they are a really poor side and we ourselves […]

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Spurs have better players but Arsenal is in better form – an NLD that is impossible to predict (View From The Opposition)

In an exchange with Tottenham website Spurs For Life, Gunners Town writer Chris (@MarbleHallsTV) contributed this piece on today’s North London Derby Below is Spurs For Life contributor Andy’s response: _________ When I think of Arsenal I always think of my good friend Brucey. He’s one of those football fans who is quite pragmatic and […]

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Saka, Auba, Pepe – Will we finally see this front 3 in a 343 for the NLD?

  It’s the game every Arsenal fan looks forward to. Fiery, controversy, passion and hatred are words I’d associate with the NLD. Add Mourinho into the mix and it’s spiced things up to a whole new level. Right now I’m confident but I guarantee you that come Sunday morning, anxiety will creep in. Spurs: Set […]

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64 points. 37 from 51. Arsenal’s Magic Number for a Top 4 Finish

The title race is over. In January. A rampant Liverpool side is already 13 points clear (with a game in hand) and are on a 37-game undefeated streak that is rapidly approaching the 49, 49 Undefeated… achieved by Arsenal’s 2003/4 “Invincibles”. That Liverpool may go the season undefeated seems more likely than not. Most Arsenal […]

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