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Curtis Goff

Curtis Goff

Writer for Fresh Arsenal since 2014. Recently graduated in BA Journalism and Msc Marketing at the University of Gloucestershire. Blog about everything Gunners related and always looking for projects to get stuck into. Currently working as a freelance journalist.

Website: http://fresharsenal.com/author/curt/
Total Posts: 860
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Latest Posts From This Author:

How Arsenal Should Line Up vs. Aston Villa

As the curtains are finally drawn on another Premier League campaign, Arsenal’s preparations are in full swing ahead of this weekends FA Cup final showdown with Aston Villa. Arsene Wenger announced on Wednesday morning that his squad suffered no fresh injuries from the 4-1 victory over West Brom, which has left manager Arsene Wenger suffering a selection headache for all the right reasons. ...

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3 Most Dangerous Aston Villa Players

Arsenal make the short trip down the road to Wembley Stadium this weekend as they look to make it a record 12th FA Cup triumph. But it will be Tim Sherwood’s Aston Villa side who will look to stop the Gunners popping the champagne too early, as they enter the final off the back of several impressive results in the competition. ...

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Form Focus: A Look At Aston Villa

The time has finally come for all Arsenal fans to stop what they’re doing and embrace the footballing magic that is the FA Cup final. For many of this Gunners squad, it will be a familiar journey down to Wembley Way after making it back-to-back FA Cup final appearances. Arsene Wenger’s men have a club record 11 consecutive wins in the ...

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Not Cech! 5 Goalkeepers Arsenal Could Sign

After the Premier League campaign finally came to an end, attention is already being turned to the Gunners squad for next season. Arsenal fans are concerned about who will take charge between the sticks next year, with Ospina failing to capture the title of a big money signing, and of course the dip in form from Wojech Szczesny. The Polish number ...

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Arsenal v Sunderland: Team News & Likely Line-Ups

Arsenal will return to Emirates action this Wednesday with no fresh injury concerns, although Arsene Wenger may be forced to make a few changes due to fatigue. Team News The Gunners played late on Sunday evening in the 1-1 draw at Old Trafford, and Wenger now has the depth to rotate some players ahead of the penultimate Premier League game. ...

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Arsenal vs. Chelsea: Team News And Likely Line-Ups

Arsenal welcome league leaders Chelsea to the Emirates this weekend, as they aim to build on an impressive home form. After a late revival in the Premier League, the Gunners currently boast a record nine consecutive victories at the Emirates, a form which can only be beaten by Jose Mourinho’s men. The Blues can snatch the title next weekend if ...

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Form Focus: An In-Depth Look At Chelsea

Arsenal welcome league leaders Chelsea to the Emirates this weekend, as the Gunners look to extend their impressive home form. Arsene Wenger’s men currently have victory in 9 consecutive games at the Emirates this season, which has revived their season to leave them just short of Chelsea in the Premier League. It may seem as if the title race is ...

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Arsenal vs. Chelsea: A Combined In-Form XI

Arsenal return to Premier League action this weekend as they prepare to welcome league leaders, Chelsea, to the Emirates in a top of the table clash. Although it seems the title race is all but over, both teams have a point to prove to one another in a tie that’s seen several bitter clashes over the years. The Gunners come ...

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5 Reasons Why Arsenal Will Retain The FA Cup

After a nail-biting late show from Arsenal on Saturday afternoon, the Gunners have booked themselves into a second successive FA Cup final. And the element of surprise that comes with this brilliant competition featured yet again this weekend, as Aston Villa dumped out Liverpool to book their place at Wembley on May 30th. However, when it comes down to the ...

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