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Ooh to, Ooh to be, Ooh to be a ‘Jew’ner – Why The Y word should be banned!

  This articles from my friend Richard,  @R_Gooner was first posted four tears ago on my old site and the author has requested that I re-post as the debate has reignited for him… A pleasure Why the Y word should be banned Firstly, I would like to introduce myself to those who do not know […]

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Arsenal’s transfer window and Wenger’s deadline day dealings

  We are nearly half way through the summer transfer window and Arsenal have still only made one major signing. For many Arsenal fans this is a frustrating time of year. We are usually linked with some top class players with proven goal-scoring records but never actually go in for them. But what we do […]

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4 Games in 13 Days for our best finish in 10 years as up to 22 fight for 11 places at Wembley :-)

I finally got around to watching the Hull vs. Arsenal match yesterday (thank you DVR) – I’ve seen and heard reviews praising Arsenal’s performance. I thought that AFC were good on the day, but not as blindingly brilliant as some have claimed. It was a game of missed chances for Hull, poor refereeing from Lee […]

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Swansea City; Arsenal’s new bogey team (Video)

Arsenal meet Swansea City in what is the fourth clash between the two in recent times when they battle at the Liberty Stadium in the FA Cup third round on Sunday. The Gunners haven’t found facing the Swans an easy task since the Welsh outfit earned promotion from the Championship two years ago. WTTGT

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The Top Ten Arsenal Goals of 2012 (Videos)

Arsenal always score fabulous goals, and 2012 was no different. Whether carrying huge significance, or just sheer brilliance, the Gunners netted a ton of wonderful strikes in 2012 of many differing varieties. Here is a compilation of WTTGT’s top ten Arsenal goals of the year. WTTGT

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Hit or Miss: Yossi Benayoun

After enduring a difficult first year with Chelsea, Yossi Benayoun swapped the blue for red and was shipped out on loan to Arsenal on transfer deadline day. Many onlookers raised their eyebrows about the move, and pondered whether the Israeli could really add anything to the Gunners quality. WTTGT

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A summer that could define Monsieur Wenger

The summer of 2012; a defining summer for both the direction of the football club, and the destiny of Arsene Wenger. The club, while learning from last summer, has once again put itself in an unfortunate position of letting yet another star player run his contract down to just one more year. WTTGT

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