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Ajax loss is Arsenal’s gain: Dutch sensation Joel Ideho’s rising star

Following the recent cry for new additions on the wings, the Arsenal youth system has a plethora of ability in all aspects of midfield. The likes of Miguel Azeez who plays defensive-midfield, and also further up the pitch with the likes of Charlie Patino, Cirjan Catalin, James Olaykina, Emile Smith-Rowe and Ben Cottrell who are […]

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Kanu, Iwobi, Okonkwo – Is Arsenal’s next Nigerian Star set to breakthrough?

For the subject of this week’s interview – U23 Goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo – I’m tapping into the considerable knowledge of John Williamson: few know more when it comes to Arsenal’s Youth. The young shot-stopper came to most of our attention when Unai Emery included him in the travelling squad to Napoli in 2018/19. Arthur returned having […]

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Arteta has learned from Admirals, steadied the Good Ship Arsenal – So let’s put some wind in his sails!

I admire Arteta; he is a studious man who played as a very good midfielder. During his time with us he was known to be a serious thinker about how the game should be played. When he retired, he was at the twilight of his talented contribution from Arsenal but good enough in Pep Guardiola […]

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Wenger to stay for last year with Mikel Arteta his first team coach – New Theory

It is always enjoyable to expound a conspiracy theory in football (or perhaps more accurately a piecing-together of various snippets of collected information..) What follows is my very Arsenal version of what-ifs, maybes and the ultimate 2-and-2-makes-5 at least! From what Wenger is saying – at least, what I am hearing – it seems highly […]

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Tactical flexibility

Life under Wenger in 2018 – A Pointless Rhyme about the end of his Time!

Life under Wenger in 2018 – A pointless rhyme From ridiculous to sublime always they say This year the latter more often the way Motivating his players for the big ones still seems okay Other matches who knows which team will turn up on the day   The defensive organisation a shambles, zonal so old […]

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Soton vs AFC

Bould Arsenal will unleash a Front 3 of Ox, Welbz and Lucas against van Dijkless Saints

Howdy. We face Southampton in 4th round of the FA Cup today and will be looking to secure passage to round 5 for the 17th time in 21 years. Southampton have become something of a bogey team for us. We have only managed to beat the Saints four times from 11 attempts since their promotion […]

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Wenger and Bould

November Curse or Something Worse? Truth be told it’s Wenger and Bould!

I have been reading a few scribes player ratings for last night’s match and there is a great deal of similarity in the best and worst of what was generally regarded as another poor show when we failed to turn up. The most common reason for it is the “November Curse”. What annoys me about […]

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So does spending equal automatic Premier League Success? Is it as simple as that?

Arsenal’s start to the season has done no favors to the notion that this squad can win the league.  Unsurprisingly, the clamoring for buying a new striker or backup defensive midfielder or any other ‘we need’ you may have heard, has only increased fervently. Apparently, we must spend.  Apparently, we must show our ambition by […]

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EXCLUSIVE Interview with Arsenal Legend Alan Smudger Smith, Part 1

I recently interviewed Alan Smith, ex Arsenal no 9, double Golden boot winner, 89 Anfield scorer, Scorer of the goal that beat Parma in the 1994 Uefa cup winners cup final, and a whole lot more. Alan is now a Sky commentator, and Daily Telegraph columnist. The interview covered his career on the pitch, and […]

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Is it Henry or Guardiola to take over the Arsenal Manager’s role in 2 years?

Back in the day, before I tried growing a beard that never really grew, I made a bold prediction. You could say a BOULD prediction. I believed that Arsenal and Arsene Wenger were grooming Steve Bould (shut up you perverts) to become the next Arsenal manager when Wenger and Arsenal part ways. Now of course […]

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