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Do Arsenal need a new Vieira?

November 4, 2012

Talent is undoubtedly running through the veins of the current squad but there isn’t that character in the team who can pull them through tough games where they are not at their best. In fairness to Arsene Wenger he has recruited some good experienced players in the last two seasons, like the Arteta’s and Cazorla’s […] […]

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Jack Wilshere

July 19, 2012

The Young and talented English man has been out injured for a while now. Just like Aaron Ramsey had been not so long ago, and I have to wonder what his return will be like. Most gooners would agree that Jack Wilshere , When fit, Should be one of the first names on the team […] […]

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Fickle Fickle “Arsenal Fans”

April 20, 2012

Its saddens me when I hear about all the abuse Ramsey has been receiving. Fans are the first ones to complain when a player hints at a move, they criticize and call him all sorts of names e.g Na$ri. If you want loyal players “ARSENAL FANS” then should you also be loyal to them. Imagine […] […]

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Arsenal Must Hijack Spurs In Bid for Parker

August 31, 2011

The drubbing of Arsenal at Old Trafford this Sunday made for some uncomfortable viewing, even as a life-long Manchester United fan. When it comes to United v Arsenal we are used to seeing two of the best sides in the world taking to the field and at the end of the season both sides are […] […]

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Is Arsenal’s apparent crisis really Wenger’s fault?

August 24, 2011

It’s not been a great few weeks for Arsenal FC, that’s putting it mildly too, as if the loss of Cesc Fabregas and the imminent departure of Sami Nasri wasn’t bad enough, Arsenal have also failed to score a goal in their first two Premier League games and have the difficult task of qualifying for […] […]

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Is Eden Hazard the man to ignite Arsenal’s season?

August 23, 2011

Another rumor, another target? Could this transfer ignite Arsenal’s season if it happens? BBC Sport have reported that The Gunners are on the verge of bidding 26m for the 20-year old Belgium wonder kid. Hazard, a distant cousin of Thomas Vermaelen was named Ligue 1 player of the season, after Lille’s league and cup double. […] […]

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Kaka closing in on Arsenal switch*

August 23, 2011

Arsene Wenger is expected to make some big-name signings at long last with days remaining before the transfer window closes. It emerged that Kaka, Gary Cahill, Leighton Baines, Yann M’Vila & Lille forward Eden Hazard are all possible targets*. But here lies the problems, Arsenal fans, including myself are fed up with that word. Target, [& […]

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Arsenal’s new signing Jadson will be even better than Fabregas

August 12, 2011

It’s clear that Arsene Wenger needs someone new at Arsenal as months of ongoing transfer gossip involving the sales of Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas finally look to be coming to a close. Team spirit is Wenger’s number one priority, he constantly repeats it in his interviews, and I would strongly concur with him. How […] […]

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Wenger has a few days to rescue Arsenal’s season before it has even begun

August 11, 2011

  Arsene Wenger has had 41 days of the transfer window to bolster Arsenal’s squad, yet just three days until the start of the Premier League and six until their Champions League qualifier against Udinese, he has failed to address any of the important issues facing his team. With Arsenal’s monumental implosion at the business […] […]

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Expensive price for home grown talent

July 28, 2011

There has been a recent large outlay of money for home grown players between English Clubs. In many peoples view the money exchanged for certain players has been described as ‘excessive’. Names including James Milner, Andy Carroll, Stewart Downing and Jordan Henderson have all crossed the £20 million plus threshold. The reason for the recent [ […]

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The English Model vs. the Continental Model

June 16, 2011

The recent successes of the Spanish National team in the last two international tournaments, 2008 European Championships and the 2010 World Cup has highlighted a wind of change in world football. Couple Spain’s international glory with the emergence of Barcelona combining winning football with fantasy, flair and creativity and you have a recipe f […]

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Where will Cesc Fabregas end up? Vote now

June 15, 2011

It’s become almost as boring as a Steve McClaren interview, will Cesc Fabregas stay, or will he go? Or do we care any more? Like previous Arsenal captains before him, summer time is all about when, and where North London’s prized asset will end up. I have a new theory and a great way to […] […]

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