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I have to say I am indebted to our very own North Bank Ned for tonight’s guest post. Ned looks back to Arsenal’s first golden era and our first ever meeting with Brighton and Hove Albion. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did. I know ‘holicdad would have approved too. He […]

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Last week saw a Football League club close to signing a convicted rapist, out on licence so not having completed his time contrary to popular misrepresentation of the facts. A good friend of a friend, Malin, some of you will have met her before and after matches, asked to produce a guest post on the subject. That […]

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A change of guest, focus, and style for this piece. Following BtM’s look to the future Neal Milsom looks back, having swapped life in London for the land down under. Thanks Neal, for writing from the heart. Well, my first blog, and from as far away as you can get from home. Home is a funny word […]

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For a second week running Bergkamp the Man is back with a post that will doubtless stimulate as much debate as last week’s piece. He looks at the future and grapples with a question common to many I know. What part will we play in the future and where will we be watching our Arsenal […]

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Once again our very own Bergkamp the Man commits to print the first of a two-parter that will provoke much debate, I am sure. I thank him for his contribution. I’m sure we will discuss it over a pint or two in the new year. If you want to win a copy of Tom Oldfield’s […]

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A treasured friend to many of us, Bergkamp the Man in the drinks, relates a tale that will strike a chord with many. I know from years of experience that the stewards face a range of issues on matchday, and having performed that role for the Travel Club many moons ago I am fully aware […]

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I imagine most who visit here or read my rants on Twitter will know I have a pretty low opinion of the current crop of Premier League referees and assistants. To be fair they do come under the microscope far more than ever before so I have some sympathy for all but the most obviously […]

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Once again I am indebted to our very own resident sports physiotherapist, Trev, for his professional view on a topical subject. We have players out for a variety of reasons, and it would take a series of articles to cover them all. Trev looks at one area this week as an example. Do you think […]

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Huge thanks to our own, inimitable, Bergkamp the Man for a unique account and pics of his Saturday out at Boreham Wood. I’m sure you will enjoy it as much as I. Thank you maestro. With no other sporting event of any real significance on offer in this very fine, ‘Better Together’, United Kingdom, what […]

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Big thanks to our very own Clive, the sweeper, for his initial thoughts on the excellent signing of Alexis Sanchez. Thanks for stepping into the breach, my friend. When I retired early last night, worn out by five grandchildren who had not only appropriated my laptop all afternoon, but had also emptied my fridge and […]

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