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From Seaman to Mavropanos (and most of those in between) to the tune of ‘We didn’t Start the Fire’ – Billy Joel

From Seaman to Mavropanos (and most of those in between)   Between 12th October 1996 and 13th May 2018, 222 players played under Wenger’s tutorage and I thought I would write (with inspiration from Billy Joel’s ‘We didn’t start the fire’, a ditty to commemorate some of those who have passed his way.   Seaman, […]

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Where were you when Wenger left?

Where were you when Wenger left?   For all Gooners, I guess it was a seismic moment when we heard that we left. It’s like when US President JFK died. For many years afterwards, people often used to recall where they were when they heard he was assassinated. My JFK moment involved aid from a […]

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A Fitting Farewell for Wenger in the Herbert Chapman Derby – Can he finally add a win in 2018 to some of his most famous victories on the road.

So it’s Wenger’s final game…..ever. It’s a sad occasion. I’ve wanted him out for a while, but then he is a giant in our club. He got a great send-off for his final league game at home. So we need to give him a win, and to stop our bad away form, at least. This […]

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