Gunners’ town’s articles of the week

This week on WTTGT, one writer particularly excelled with a fantastic interview with Arsenal’s legendary captain, Frank McLintock. While things are not going so well on the pitch for the Gunners, it’s fair to say that there is some sanctuary on the WTTGT…

 

WTTGT Writer: Reiss Silva is a mighty fine football writer and he caught up with 1978 FA Cup winner, Frank McLintock. The captain of that double winning side discussed the current crop of footballer ‘superstars’ while reminiscing on the happier days gone by.

Preview: Frank McLintock was the captain of Arsenal Football Club during the 1978 double winning campaign. Reiss Silva caught up with the legend for a chat about those magical days, here on WTTGT… read more.

WTTGT Writer: Is it true? Simon Bourne, site editor of WTTGT, found a tonic of satirical writing which made perfect reading for those somberest of Arsenal fans. The article created much debate amongst the ranks as fans tried to work out whether or not there was any truth in the piece…

Preview: Reports on The Monday Supplement suggest that Claus Freittell, Borussia Dortmund’s head of stadium security, has raised debate over the touchline ban that has caused so much controversy already for Arsenal, and in particular, Arsène Wenger… read more.

WTTGT Writer: Unquestionably, Matt Mace will come up with the goods when asked to deliver a perfect top five. When asked to stick together a piece on the top five underrated Arsenal players of the last decade, he pulled out this very accurate and sturdy piece of journalism. 

Preview: There are many players who have graced the hallowed turf at both the Emirates and Highbury, who have never truly received the praise that they deserve. Industrious, tireless and with a never-say-die attitude; these players would rarely make the headlines but would always be one of the integral members of the squad. The likes of Kevin Richardson, Alex Song, Alan Smith, Edu and even Oleg Luzhny have produced high class performances on a consistent basis… read more.

 

The fans all need a boost at the moment, and often there is no better way than delving into the minds of others and their endless talents on a QWERTY keyboard – so check these babies out! AND don’t forget, if you want to write for WTTGT, you can, just contact us and we’ll get you hooked up with the ever expanding WTTGT writers’ team.

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