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Why it’s important that Wolves or Manchester United don’t win the Europa League. An Arsenal perspective.

  Arsenal’s season may have ended but for two of their fellow Premier League clubs, Wolves and Manchester United, their campaigns are still ongoing in European competition. With both clubs in the late stages of the Europa League, I will be explaining why it is important from an Arsenal perspective that neither club lifts the […]

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Clean sheets and wins against the Foxes and the Tiny Totts in Arsenal’s “Death Run” please!

Gunners Town Pod – Suburbs Edition Episode 3 – 6th July 2020 Ben, Chris and Steve get all excitable discussing two wins, two clean sheets, the prospect of more wins and more clean sheets against Leicester and The Tiny Totts as Arsenal enter the current ‘death run’. The need to get Auba to ‘SignDaTing’ also […]

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29 Tackles and 52 Ball recoveries! Vital Statistics from Wolves v Arsenal. [MatchSTATS]

Vital Statistics from Wolves v Arsenal Premier League • Matchday 33 • 04 July 2020 Structure, hard work and attitude, right through the team – the simple part of football that’s been missing for too long. POSSESSION Interesting to note that again we didn’t have the lion’s share of possession, gone are the entirely ball […]

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Want diamonds? Make diamonds! How Arteta’s Arsenal can thrive… [Positive Needs & Hopes]

Polish the rocks to buy the diamonds POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES Many years ago I was in Memphis sitting in a restaurant late at night. I was chatting with a local man who was imparting one pearl of wisdom after another. As is life, we only remember the odd thing here and there. For some […]

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64 points. 37 from 51. Arsenal’s Magic Number for a Top 4 Finish

The title race is over. In January. A rampant Liverpool side is already 13 points clear (with a game in hand) and are on a 37-game undefeated streak that is rapidly approaching the 49, 49 Undefeated… achieved by Arsenal’s 2003/4 “Invincibles”. That Liverpool may go the season undefeated seems more likely than not. Most Arsenal […]

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Assessing Arsenal’s next 9 Premier League fixtures and predicting their position in the Premier League table.

Assessing Arsenal’s next 9 premier league fixtures and predicting their position in the Premier League table. Back in 2003-04, Arsenal scaled a seemingly insurmountable peak when they went through an entire league season unbeaten, earning themselves the nickname of the ‘Invincibles’ and pocketing another Premier League crown. However, since then, the Gunners haven’t managed to […]

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Wolves 3-1 Arsenal: Who stole the jumpers?! Boring and bad – Gunners roll over for Wolves [Positive Needs & Hopes]

‘WHO STOLE THE JUMPERS?’ Positives, Needs and Hopes   One of Unai Emery’s very first soundbites was, “We want to be protagonists!” I’m glad he wants to be as all fans love attacking football but we are protagonists only every once in a while. Personally, I would not have made this statement without the individual […]

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Arsenal’s lacklustre draw with Wolves shows how great Emery’s task is

  Arsenal entered the international break having snatched a late 1-1 draw against a dogged and determined Wolves side who had a claim for all three points in north London. Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s late cross-shot cancelled out Ivan Cavaleiro’s first-half opener at Emirates Stadium. It’s now 3 games without a victory for Arsenal, who’d won 7 […]

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Chaos presents opportunity; some positives to draw from the draw [ Arsenal 1 – 1 Wolves ]

Good things can come from bad things…. POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES That was our most disappointing game of the season. There were good reasons for all the points dropped previously. Not today. But….. here’s the thing. Often the best thing to happen to a team before two monster games is for you to be exposed. […]

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#DoItForDanny: how Arsenal can deal with a physical Wolves

After the bore draw and horror injury for Danny Welbeck, we face Wolverhampton Wanderers at home. Wolves are a welcome addition to the Premier League, and despite not featuring much in the top division of late, they are a football club of some note. They’ve won the league three times (more times than Spurs incidentally), […]

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