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Former Arsenal defender, Justin Hoyte

EXCLSUIVE: Ex-Arsenal defender Justin Hoyte talks Mikel Arteta, 2007 League Cup Final and THAT game against Cristiano Ronaldo. (Part Two)

Onto the second part of this exclusive interview with former Arsenal defender, Justin Hoyte. If you missed the excellent part 1 it’s here. As mentioned in Part One of this exclusive interview, at the very beginning of his career Justin Hoyte trained with the Arsenal first team of 2003. Training with the Invincibles at such […]

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Why Saka should not be rushed – not for Arsenal and certainly not for England!

Saka too young for England For those questioning why other young players are being selected for Southgate’s England, perhaps such as Foden or Greenwood, ahead of our own revelation Bukayo Saka, I say be careful what you wish for. When you question the elevation of Ainsley Maitland-Niles over Saka, just rewind a few weeks and […]

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Heads up on The Toffees – Inside Track from Everton Bloggers

Heads Up….on Everton After watching Everton’s recent games and getting the opinion of EFC bloggers, @UHTpodcast and @WatchedToffee, here is a Heads Up on Arsenal’s opponents.   1) Form… Won 3, drawn 2 of last five. 2) Formation and Potential line up…  Wondering if Iwobi will get the nod over in form Bernard. Holgate is in form and played […]

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Will Cedric Soares earn a permanent deal as he becomes Arsenal next ex-Saint

Having lived down in Southampton for a few years it’s always nice to see their players move on and do well, unless you end up on the white side of North London then you’ll be forgotten about for a long time. (Wanyama). But there’s not shortages of former saints becoming gunners and not kicking on […]

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Don’t label Ramsey and other other players who leave ‘Mercenary’ when all modern players are mercenaries

  An interesting piece by Victor Thompson yesterday on Aaron Ramsey “Interesting” because, in my view, he makes “good” points and some “no so good” points. Let me explain   About Ramsey, Victor is spot on. An Arsenal player of immense stature, character and ability. He stands up there with the Greats for what he […]

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Warm up for Sunday with favourite NLD Videos and Moments

Like most of us, I’m engaged in the North London Derby spirit. I don’t like, nay detest, that lot. They’re not on our level in most – if not all – senses, and they’re not even half the footballing institution that we are. That said, these are some of my favourite NLD moments of the […]

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King Jenkinson: the man who succeeded where all else failed.

King Jenkinson: the man who succeeded where all else failed. It’s official, Carl Jenkinson is a true Arsenal legend.   Forget Bendtner, forget Ibrahimovic, forget Ronaldo (both of them), Carl Jenkinson is a true footballing god. After all, he represented TWO countries at international level. He’s seen off international right backs such as, Sagna, Santos […]

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Aaron Ramsey is all that remains of what was once Arsene Wenger's promising British core

Aaron Ramsey is all that remains of Arsenal’s British core

Under a sunny Swiss sky in 2008, at a café near Basel, Arsène Wenger made his pitch. And a young, 17-year-old Welshman listened. Six years later, Aaron Ramsey delivered Arsenal their first trophy since 2005. Ramsey is all that remains Wenger’s British core; a generation of players whose moments of brilliance form a collage of […]

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Not ideal how Arsenal arrived at this window but reuniting the Mkhitaryan and Aubameyang Dortmund Magic…

I saw a thread on Twitter this morning from my good friend, Mario, @mr_arsenal and asked if he wanted to turn his thread of tweets into a blog. He agreed and here it is…… So…today, we have Wenger saying: “We have to very quickly get over this transfer period. For us this period has been […]

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Fresh Challenge for our Theo

Selling Theo Walcott – Right for player but being right for Arsenal depends on replacement

Despite being a strong opponent of the January/Winter transfer window, Arsene Wenger during that period in the year 2006 pulled off a piece of business which was hailed and slammed in equal measure by anyone concerned, not different from anything Arsenal in the last few years. He had signed from the Southampton football club academy, […]

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