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A look into Arsenal’s summer plans

As usual a promising season crumbles at the business end of the season due to a combination of defeats in vital games & injuries yet again, and when you look at our threadbare squad I can tell you now nothing will change next season either. There is significantly less deadwood to clear this year than last summer, however there are ...

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Wenger Out?

I won’t be surprised if come this summer, Arsène Wenger hangs up his magic hat and decides that his time at Arsenal has come to an end. It has always been clear that Arsène would finish his tenure at the club on his own terms. He isn’t going to be sacked. His future quite literally rests in his own hands. ...

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Stay Positive fellow Gooners

We mustn’t fall into a negative spiral. Especially considering the exciting and brilliant first half of the season. Albeit, that excitement has rapidly diminished and has once again morphed into hatred. It’s like a cycle with Arsenal fans: love, hate, (buys a world-class striker) and then love again. Similar to the regular Arsenal season, the consistency in our support is ...

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The Media Agenda against Arsenal

People laugh when Arsenal fans claim there’s a constant attack on the club from the media, who jump at the most minuscule of chances to attack on all fronts. However, it’s real, and it’s clearer than ever. Various papers and ‘journalists’ have jumped at the chance to single Arsenal and certain players out like a school bully, and all this ...

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Can Podolski be the key to FA Cup success?

Against Bayern Munich we saw the Podolski of old, the Podolski we all wanted to see again after such a strong start to his Arsenal career. Podolski was fired up, tireless and dangerous, things that have been missing from his game recently and have seen him hardly kick a ball. Podolski also worked very hard and made sure Vermaelen had ...

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The ‘Blame Özil’ Game

Some admired, and still admire, Arsène Wenger’s transfer philosophy. Buy players cheap, relatively young and develop them. Others felt, although it was an admirable stance, that such a model wouldn’t continue to function in an era where one player can cost upward of £80million. Then, Arsène bought Mesut Özil. Yes, he is relatively young. He was 24 years of age ...

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The Podolski Predicament

Podolski is the kind of guy you want around, both on the pitch and off it. On the pitch, there’s nothing more relaxing than seeing a counter attack and watching the the ball fall to Podolski, because, you just know…he’s got this. And then there’s his incredible effect off the pitch, he seems to have a huge connection with the ...

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