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In an international break I suppose it is only right to talk about the internationals themselves. Unfortunately the first of the home nations to play was the motherland, and with apologies to the many fine Caledonian visitors to this site I will completely wash over their defeat by the land of Borat. Luckily I didn’t […]

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Still Smiling

Despite our absence the weekend action gave us encouragement and much to enjoy. It could have been us of course, and not Manchester United, suffering defeat at Molineux had Wolves not reached the FA Cup quarter-final. The much improved Midland outfit reprised our 2-0 defeat of chauffeur Ole’s misfiring vehicle. There was some Premier League […]

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I think back just over a month to Sunday, 3rd February. At the Emptihad we are humbled by Manchester City, 3-1. This is not in itself surprising, nor unexpected. We have gone into the game, as we have so many of late, without our two most creative forces. Aaron Ramsey gets on with 24 minutes […]

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A Tuesday morning in January with no midweek fixture to write about. The bloggers curse. And yet wait. All of a sudden it becomes a big Arsenal news day. Petr Cech caught a few out with his announcement that he would be retiring at the end of the season. Including, possibly, the club? “This is […]

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The official website of the club published the excellent news that six of our nine injured players were back in full training today and available for selection for the trip to Stratford on Saturday. Thankfully five of the six are defenders so now only Rob Holding is unavailable. Hector Bellerin, Skhodran Mustafi, Laurent Koscielny, Dinos […]

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The reaction to the Premier League clubs agreeing to make payments totalling ¬£5 million to departing chairman, Richard Scudamore, is a hardly surprising level of criticism on social media. The Football Supporters Federation published the following post on Facebook, and immediately drew messages of support from other supporters groups including the AST. “Premier League clubs […]

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The international break has arrived a match short of a quarter of the way through the season. We actually go into it as the form team in the Premier League with six wins on the bounce and having displaced the Middlesex Nomads for fourth place. Two points behind the top of the League is quite […]

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There is no getting away from the fact that the events of today (Tuesday) have been at odds with the feel good factor generated over the course of the pre-season. The announcements that confirmed the sale of Red & White Holdings Arsenal shares to KSE provoked quite the reaction, understandably. This day has been on […]

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In less than 24 hours we get our first look at Unai Emery’s Arsenal against a quality opponent. Atletico Madrid were too good for us in last year’s Europa League semi-final and we have a chance to respond in whatever the International Champions Cup is in Singapore. I for one, and I know many of […]

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Russia 2018 Finalists Decided

And then there were two. The final pairings for the last weekend of the 2018 World Cup are known, and if you are French or a Croat you will still be buzzing. Those of a Belgian or English persuasion are probably anticipating the third/fourth place play-off with¬†little relish. The only vague Arsenal interest in the […]

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