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Arsenal Season Preview: Can The Gunners Go All The Way In Title Race?

#453439862 / gettyimages.com After a relatively calm pre-season, where Arsenal have spent in excess of £60 million, expectations are rather high in North London and many are dreaming of a special season ahead. For once we’ve done our business early, improving and reinforcing the squad across key areas of the pitch. Although in certain positions we still may be slightly ...

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How Arsenal Can Kick On From Winning The FA Cup

Finally, the long awaited moment for success has arrived and it couldn’t taste any sweeter. Little did we know, that when Vieira scored the winning penalty against Man.United in 2005, that we’d have to wait another 8 seasons to lift silverware again. Hopefully though, this’ll be just the start and will act as a ‘breakthrough’ trophy, so that the team can ...

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The Fans Player Ratings: Arsenal 3-2 Hull

Arsenal made . Thanks to our new ‘Player Rater’ feature, you can submit your own player ratings by clicking here. Here’s what the average submitted score for each player was, at the time of writing. [Note: Ratings are the average fan rating from ‘Player Rater’] Lukas Fabianski – 6.3  Didn’t have too much to do, but almost lost it all when he ...

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Top 10 Arsenal FA Cup Heroes

This piece is very topical and we hope it will put Gooners in a positive mood ahead of the game tomorrow and hopefully bring back some happy memories. On the eve of Arsenal’s biggest game in years, Fresh Arsenal writer Alex Campbell takes a look back at his top 10 FA Cup Arsenal heroes. Let’s hope we get another entry ...

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4th Place and a FA Cup Final: Progress?

After losing 3-1 on the opening day to Aston Villa it felt like Arsenal’s season had imploded barely before it had even begun. The signings fans had called for hadn’t transpired and it looked as though the Gunners were set for a season of struggle once more, with Wenger under increasing pressure and more and more fans turning against him. ...

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Bayern defeat – a blessing in disguise for Arsenal?

It was inevitable. Arsenal staring over the precipice, Bayern looking in ominous form to retain their champions league title and once again February being the month Arsenal crumble. However for the first thirty minutes of the Bayern Munich game Arsenal displayed the sort of form that has propelled them to second in the premier league and facing a quarter final ...

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