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So here’s why Ivan Gazidis might leave Arsenal now

Why would Ivan leave now? He finally got what he wanted for some time, be the man at the helm at the Arsenal.   Arsène Wenger has been gently hushed out of the Club and a brand new structure has been built to make the Arsenal a modern, more continental Club. Ivan Gazidis led the […]

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Arsenal uber alles. Deutschland und Arsenal……partners and followers?

    With the arrival of PEA, Mislintat, and potentially Sokratis, as well as the football development appointment announced lately, and Ozil’s extension, does this mean we’re adopting a German-esque model? Are we becoming the Dortmund of England, or even to prove Gazidis correct, another Bayern Munich? Monetary deficits Arsenal is a rich club, and […]

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Logical Partnership

N’Zonzi a more logical partner for Ramsey than Dacoure as Emery adds Age to an Aging squad – Concern?

Transfer rumours are rife and the Emery era is in full swing. The Press, as we all know, do not necessarily know more than the well-connected fan, but I suspect there is some truth in some of the players we are being linked to at present. Overall, I feel very bullish about the new era, […]

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A Scouting Report from Germany on Arsenal’s reported Bundesliga Transfer Targets

As we are heading into a decisive and exciting new chapter at Arsenal Football Club it’s no surprise that the upcoming transfer window is an indicator for what the potential new manager has in mind and what the future structure of the club will look like. With Sven Mislintat approaching his first summer transfer window […]

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Marks out of 10 in all departments for Gazidis’s ‘Catalyst for Change’ for far – A Mess of So far so good?

Around this time last year, it’s said that prior to a home game in 16/17, our CEO Ivan Gazidis, mentioned we needed a catalyst for change. He was, after a poor transfer window and early 17/18 start, ridiculed for this assertion. However, is he now having the last laugh? Maybe. Wenger has gone. New players […]

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Is TT the man?

For Arsenal’s sake, Sven and Thomas need to kiss and make up

No this isn’t a chapter heading of a Sven Goren Eriksson autobiography, where somehow he falls out of love for a randomly named blue train. This is about current Arsenal chief scout Sven Minislat and former Borussia Dortmund head coach Thomas Tuchel’s rather public falling out that dates back to January 2016. The falling out, […]

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The Four Defining Moments of Arsenal’s January Transfer Window

It’s safe to say that January was a hectic month for the Gunners. On the pitch, results were rather inconsistent as the North London club struggled to defeat teams like Nottingham Forest and Swansea, but they were able to defeat rivals, Chelsea, to reach the final of the Carabao Cup. Regarding the winter transfer window, […]

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With Wenger acting as if he does not give 2 Effs, is it ‘Au revoir Arsene and Ciao Carlo’?

Have you ever quit a job but been told to work your notice, your actions can tend to be a little different than usual. Maybe you try a little less than you used to, all of a sudden, you are a lot more honest when speaking to annoying colleagues, and you can finally say what […]

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Last season's failure in PL a 'Catalyst for Change'

Wrigglesworth, Mislintat and now Sanllehi – Is the Gazidis delivering on the ‘Catalyst for Change’?

For some years now, we’ve all known the score. Under Arsene Wenger, you had Pat Rice, and then Steve Bould. Alongside the manager and his direct assistant, the backroom was made up of Boro Primorac, Tony Colbert, Steve Rowley and Gerry Peyton. Essentially if you’d played Football Manager down the years, this troop were your […]

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