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What really happened when Man United and Arsenal aces clashed?

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Anyone else still trying to work out how Arsenal didn’t make all their possession and dominance pay during yesterday’s clash with Manchester United? A real smash-and-grab from Louis van Ga... [Read More]
 

Can Arsenal do its part to restore the lustre to this rivalry?

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Going into the start of the season, this fixture stood out as a finish line of sorts, a marker against which we could measure our progress after roughly one-third of the season gone. The latter half o... [Read More]
 

Injuries abating, history fears not

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So, Le Boss hath spoken, decreeing that we have no new injury concerns ahead of this weekend’s massive game against United. In fact, the injury situation doesn’t seem as terrifying as it h... [Read More]
 

Feeling overly sensitive, worrying about Saturday

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Yesterday I had a wee bit of a Twitter monologue as I commented on the Walcott ‘I’m a fan’ story that appeared on the official site yesterday. It wasn’t so much a rant as it wa... [Read More]
 

Ox in the box and Jack the quarterback

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If you go down to the Ems today, You’re sure for a big surprise, ‘Cos Arsène’s worried and running out of his footballer guys, They’re injured, battered, bruised and sick, They... [Read More]
 

Arteta’s importance; attack more important than defence

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I know there is a round of pointless friendlies today and tomorrow, but short of wanting our players just to come back in one piece, I’m back to caring little about what happens. Especially this... [Read More]
 

Injury title gone?

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Not a lot going on today, unless you count the incessant English rain causing everything to drench, as breaking news. I don’t. I hate it. I’m wearing some tan shoes that change to dark bro... [Read More]
 

Pummice stone the international break away

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I must admit I watched last night’s En-ger-land game and had mixed reactions comes the final whistle yesterday. The positives were undoubtedly a brace of goals from Welbeck – one scuffed a... [Read More]
 

Internationals helping the fringe players; the reality of online opinions

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I know it was ‘only’ Gibraltar, but I thought it was really interesting that Poldi played – and well by the sounds of it – for Germany last night. He’s only started one l... [Read More]
 

More Micro-blogs: What’s wrong with The Arsenal (continued)?

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The theme from yesterday continues, my valued Arsenal compatriot, with another batch of friends, colleagues, co-workers, or generally anybody that will talk to me about anything to do with football. W... [Read More]
 
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