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An Arséne Wenger Stand and a Statue: Neither? Both? Poll results may surprise you…

Time heals all wounds. There has been no subject more divisive for 21st century Gooners than Arséne Wenger. He became a meme (WENGER OUT) before memes were really a thing. Antagonism towards him gave birth to an online Acronym war: WOB vs AKB. Arsenal fans became their own worst enemies – marching against each other, […]

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Arteta ready to look at Martinelli through the middle

#Today there was an insightful article on by former Gunnerstown stalwart Kaya Kayak. The piece reported that Gabriel Martinelli has been operating more centrally during Arsenal’s Dubai warm weather break. After the Winter Transfer Window closed the Arsenal first team squad, without Balogun and more notably Aubameyang, finds itself with only 2 recognised central […]

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Can Arsenal reclaim their “Invincible” Status?

Arsenal is one of the most supported and loved football clubs in the world. While in recent times, our club has put up performances that have been hard to watch, fans of Arsenal are some of the most loyal and passionate out there. This passionate belief is rooted in the Arsenal we saw in the […]

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Saturday Night’s Alright: have Arsenal’s Street Fighting Years returned?

There has been a lot of talk about Arsene returning to The Arsenal in some capacity and just maybe this has happened sooner than we think. Similar  to Wenger’s infamous spat with Maureen back in 2014. Mikel came close to blows with Klopp on Saturday night. Presumably NOT the after effects of an afternoon on […]

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Always the bridesmaid: could this be the year Arsenal breaks its League Cup curse?

Could this be the year that Arsenal breaks its League Cup “Always The Bridesmaid” curse? Arsenal romped past a vastly inexperienced West Brom team, putting six past the hapless Baggies, including a hat-trick for Captain Aubameyang, which put an end to his miserable run of form, and hopefully gave the Gunners a much-needed lift before […]

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Even now, Arsenal’s Young Stars can learn from Cazorla -The Ever Evolving Midfielder.

“We lost a good player, a world class player – I don’t deny that. It is a massive challenge to replace him and therefore we have to be even more of a team and work even more to together to compensate.” Sadly, that Arsene Wenger quote could be applied to many players over many different […]

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Apathy, Arrogance, Naivety have caused Arsenal’s Demise – It’s the time to ‘Act not Talk!’

  The saying goes, “It may get worse before it gets better, but it will get better.”  Towards the end of Wenger’s reign, the majority of Arsenal fans weren’t naïve to the fact that things may have to ‘get worse’ before the glory days returned, but there was a general belief that they would return […]

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Has it taken Smith Rowe to be Arsenal’s Fekir for Lacazette to thrive again?

When Alexandre Lacazette signed for Arsenal in the July of 2017, expectations were high, the frustrations surrounding Oliver Giroud had reached boiling point and many hoped that a more clinical striker would ease the burden on the likes of Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez. The ninety-one goals in his past three seasons did a lot […]

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Wenger’s Nearly Men 2007/8 – The Team that Shoulda, Coulda and didnae!

The date was the 25th of June 2007, Arsenal’s record goal scorer, long time talisman and skipper had just been unveiled as Barcelona’s new multi-million pound signing. The talk had been building for all of the previous season, Arsenal’s disappointing exit to PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League round of sixteen only added fuel to […]

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The Ultimate Review of Unai Emery’s Reign. A Detailed Account of The Spaniard’s Rise and Fall.

Portrayed as a fraud. Painted as a failed genius by others, there is more to Unai Emery’s tenure with Arsenal than meets the eye. Charged with the titanic assignment of returning Arsenal to Champions League ascension, Arsène Wenger’s successor highlighted the arrival of a new era. For the first time in over two decades, Arsenal […]

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