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Winning the FA Cup gives this Arsenal squad a shot at redemption: here’s hoping they take it!

The Importance Of Winning The FA Cup It has been a season to forget at the Emirates which was dragged out by the forced stoppage, but while our position in the table and the performances on the pitch have not been up to the expected standard, there is still a possibility that we can end […]

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FA FA Cup Final preview – We’re underdogs but not by much/Combined AFC/CFC 11

We’re all buzzing naturally for the FA Cup final vs. Chelsea.   Lampard has done well for them to get the top four in his first season. And either he or Arteta could be another person in the list of both managers and players who have won the FA Cup.   Now, are Chelsea favourites? […]

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Good old Arsenal, bad old FA!- Are they making the Magic of the FA Cup disappear?

When I was a kid growing up in the 1960’s and 70’s it’s hard to imagine now for the younger generation but the FA Cup meant everything. Every Monday lunchtime that the FA Cup draw was taking place we’d be glued to the radio listening to hear our teams’ fate. Every FA Cup tie was […]

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Arsenal 0-3 City – Abysmal Gunners Battered By Rampant Citizens

Arsenal 0-3 City Carabao Cup Final review So it’s not been another day of Wembley glory. City were the better team overall, and we just lacked the capacity to handle their intensity in the second half. On Sky Sports, Martin Tyler said that “we never got going”, and it was true. We just were not able […]

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Five Quick Keys to Doing The Double over the Scum at Wembley in the North London Derby

Upcoming matches against Tottenham conjure up a unique reaction, a simultaneous feeling of overwhelming nausea and excitement. The only thing I feel it is comparable to is first talking to a girl you “like” during your adolescent years–that perfect blend of anxiety shaped by the possibility of enduring both agony and ecstasy. It needs to […]

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Community Shield Preview – Arsenal looks to repeat FA Cup victory in glorified friendly

  Arsenal vs. Chelsea – 6th August 2017 – Wembley Stadium So it’s the first (kind of) official game of the season, where we play our West London city neighbours at Wembley. This summer has been….well average, in my opinion. Lacazette is a plus, as is Kolasinac. Sanchez staying (even if it’s for just a […]

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Arsenal were Holding out for a Big F..king German Miracle and we got one – #FACupAFC2CFC1

I’m not sure where to start today, I’m so filled with emotion. Ramsey wheeling away in celebration, Mertesacker and Koscielny lifting the cup together, the sight of a victorious Arsene Wenger… I have truly enjoyed the occasion, and I’m happy more than I can put into words. It is a boundless elation, a pure and […]

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Unlucky 13 for The Gunners? FA Cup Final Statistical Preview

Following a disappointing end to the Premier League season Arsenal need to dig deep if they are to win a 13th FA Cup against Champions Chelsea on Saturday. Both Arsenal and Chelsea finished the season strongly, going on significant winning streaks to close out their respective campaigns. So what does the form guide suggest will […]

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Happier times

Clutching at Arsenal Straws – “We must accept finite disappointments but never lose infinite hope”

LET’S CLUTCH AT STRAWS. There was a sense of despondency and largely a kind of mixed feelings after the 2007/2008 season. Not many people including pundits, media and opposition fans gave us any chance of competing. Even most Arsenal fans, myself included, thought we were not gonna mount any serious title bid. Our expectations were […]

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We’re the Famous 343 and we’re going to Wemberlee!! – Wenger Gambles and wins big

As Aguero dinked his shot over Cech, who somehow managed to get smaller in size as the Argentinian ran at him, rage started to swell inside me. Up to this point the system chosen by Arsene Wenger was working. It wasn’t flawless, and indeed Arsenal got lucky when Aguero’s half-time goal was ruled inadmissible, but […]

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