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Jenkinson may love the Arsenal crest, but a parting of the ways may still be best

Jenkinson’s Arsenal allegiance shouldn’t mask his underperformance Perhaps the defining moment of Carl Jenkinson’s Arsenal career came midway through the second half of last Wednesday’s EFL Cup quarter final defeat to Southampton. The right back made a good tackle and moved away from his nearest man. As he travelled the first five yards, he grew […]

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Big Shoes to fill

Old Trafford the First true Test of Arsenal’s New Squad Depth – Will they pass the Test?

Many words have been spent about the impressive depth of our team this season, so I guess that Arsène Wenger’s forgotten men won’t have a better chance to show their worth than Saturday’s match at Old Trafford. According to the latest team news, against Manchester United we’re very likely to miss all our major attacking […]

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Thumbs up from Jack and club to a loan

No sooner has Wenger got the fans relaxed he proceeds to stress them out once more

Destroy. Build. Repeat.   We can’t have a stress-free transfer  window, can we? The signings of Granit Xhaka, Skhodran Mustafi and Lucas Pérez seemed to finally complete a squad that was desperately calling for reinforcements, but the joy didn’t last much. We just overcame the terrifying idea of Arsène Wenger not replacing the injured pair […]

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