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No room for sentiment, no room for Willock: Arsenal should sell Joe (for his sake and theirs)

Seven consecutive games with his name on the scoresheet, that’s quite an achievement for Joe Willock.If there’s one ideal example of a perfect loan deal, it has to be Joe Willock’s stint at St. James’s Park.…and that is why we should be selling him.When he left for Newcastle, Joe Willock was a peripheral figure in […]

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SuperJack Noooo

Cherries 2 – Gunners 1: Even Super Jack Can’t Stop The Records Tumbling

Bournemouth 2-1 Arsenal Premier League Matchday 22 Vitality Stadium – January 14th, 2018   Bournemouth grabs first ever win over Arsenal More bad news? Seems like it. It doesn’t rain, but it pours, seemingly….. The starting line-up didn’t include Sanchez, amidst the speculation of him joining United (over City no less). Iwobi, despite his recent […]

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Thomas Lemar: out of our reach?

Top Arsenal Transfer Tips – according to the Experts

Arsenal Summer Transfer Betting Tips The 2017-2018 summer transfer period has no doubt been one of the better windows in recent memory for many Arsenal supporters. The club has managed to conduct its dealings much earlier in the window by signing Bosnian left back, Sead Kolasinac, on a free transfer from Schalke and Alexandre Lacazette […]

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Arsenal switches from British Home Stores to French Connection

From British Home Stores to French Connection In December 2012, Arsene looked into providing a Grahamesque British spine to the team, but things haven’t worked out that way and he now appears to be reverting to form and is back shopping at French Connection. Wenger stated that Jack was, “The leader of the group of […]

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Scouting Report on Potential Signings to Replace those with a Year left on Arsenal Contracts – Part 3

This is Part 3 of James Howson’s scouting report. Click for Part 1 | Part 2 After one of Arsenal’s worst seasons in recent history it’s no doubt one of the big stories was contract renewals, be that of the manager or of star players such as Alexis Sanchez or Mesut Ozil. Here is the […]

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Missed opportunities

Arsene’s Bad Planning Means Arsenal’s Struggles Have Just Begun

I’ll preface this blog with this: this one will be a sad blog, for many fans. Please tweet all abuse to me @timjbharg on Twitter or leave a comment below – but please don’t abuse the other writers and editors! I think that next season Arsenal will get into the Champions League but it will […]

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Serge Gnabry – true talent or another of Wenger’s follies?

Less sexy than Messi and less dramatic than Sanchez: the present references to Serge Gnabry remind us about Wenger’s commitment to give players a chance. There are different views among Arsenal followers about his track record… Some point to Cygan, Senderos, Denilson and Bendtner as examples of excess faith – Wenger , it is argued, gave […]

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Le Groan on Le Loan – Is the system failing for Arsenal as 2 return?

Silly season is here….run, Gooners! At a time when online media throw names around to win the click-bait war, in a quite ridiculous crescendo that saw the Arsenal linked to Alexandr Kororin, Troy Deeney, Javier Hernandez and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in deals going from £3m up to £60m, I would like to concentrate on some transfers […]

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Cazorla Ramsey

Santi’s just not cracking it – it’s Rambo time.

Cazorla is not bringing enough to the deeper role – it’s time to build around Ramsey. Another disappointing evening in Europe for Arsenal, which effectively makes our task near impossible with two heavyweight ties against Bayern pending. What I wanted to discuss was the major flaws of Santi Cazorla and the very little he brings […]

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Not just a hubcap.

Less than a trophy, more than a friendly – the Community Hubcap

I’ll start my preview for the Community Shield game with the good news: Theo Walcott and Santi Cazorla have both signed new long-term contracts with the Club, worth 140k and 130k per week respectively. Frankly, I consider these numbers reasonable. Theo becomes 2nd highest-paid (behind Ozil) and Santi is tied in 3rd with Alexis Sanchez. […]

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