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Racism, Abuse & Social Media – an interview with Clive Palmer

  We’re living in difficult times, yet there is hope.Hope that the next generation will make the right calls; hope that high-profile social media companies will better understand their role in our society and embrace the need for change; hope that the most popular athletes in the world will drive that change.I spent 45 minutes […]

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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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Mikel Arteta wants to help Nicolas Pepe succeed at the Emirates

  Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta is willing to help Nicolas Pepe improve and succeed with his team, having picked out what the Ivorian forward has to do for their upcoming games. The Ivory international moved to the Emirates Stadium during the summer transfer window in 2019 from Ligue club Lille for £72 million, which […]

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Dozen hurt to dream: 12 Potential SWAP deals for Arsenal

12 potential SWAP deals for Arsenal  If you like fun transfer speculation based on some detective work read on….. The clues are out there. Guillem Balague said it first and a few others have repeated. Most transfers will be loans or swaps. I’ve been doing some thinking and put the following together based on teams […]

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Zaha, Fraser or is it Malcom in the Middle? – Arsenal Transfer Window Overview

Zaha, Fraser or is it Malcom in the Middle? – Arsenal Transfer Window Overview The Arsenal first team have flown out to American with a squad featuring only one new face, which given the claim from Raul Sanllehi that he intended to do business early in the window is disappointing. In reality, the only aspect […]

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“I’ve pressed Pause, Arsenal haven’t.” (How the Domino Effect explains our Summer dealings.)

‘I’ve pressed pause, Arsenal haven’t.’ by Mike McDonald I have 9 summer thoughts including an explanation for Arsenal’s transfer dealings. Let’s start with the latest twitter angst…. why have we not signed players yet? 1. Lack of signings explained Complaining about a lack of transfers in preseason is a little bit like complaining because you […]

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Arsenal 2-3 Crystal Palace – Emery schooled by Grandpa Roy as Gunners trip in Top 4 chase [Review + Player Ratings]

Arsenal 2-3 Crystal Palace Premier League Review     Our top four hopes have been dented, and in some ways shattered. Roy Hodgson has proven he’s no dead/joke manager since his game plan worked a treat. And despite Manchester United and Spurs losing, we couldn’t capitalise on their failures. We failed just as much. This […]

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Arsenal 2-3 Crystal Palace: The £100 Million Upgrade On Show at Emirates [Positive Needs & Hopes]

‘THE £100 MILLION UPGRADE’ Positives, Needs and Hopes I’ve decided to not cause myself any further pain. It would be super easy to go in two footed on that selection and performance but no doubt you’ve read that over and over already as it’s 35 minutes after the final whistle and that’s all I’ve read. […]

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Result Dozen Match Expectation: Palace holds Arsenal to scrappy and physical draw (Match Review)

Crystal Palace 2-2 Arsenal Premier League review   This was a real blood and guts game. Palace had a game plan, and this was to rough up, tackle, press, and hassle us. And it worked for them, largely. They were not high up in the table, however, they hadn’t scored a goal before today at […]

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Weather the early storm and we should make it 12 on the bounce – Palace Preview

Crystal Palace vs. Arsenal – Premier League preview   It’s north vs. south London on Sunday, and the media as usual term this a “London derby”. Yes, technically it’s accurate. We’re both in the same city, so we’re geographically close. However, derby to me denotes rivalry, hate, and animosity. This for us only applies to […]

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