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The Future

Europa League – An Opportunity for Chambers and Holding to forge Partnership and Fringe Payers to Shine

The high of Arsenal’s brilliant performance at Stoke City on Saturday soon made way, at least in some quarters, on Sunday, when Liverpool eased to victory over a poor West Ham United side. Three points for the Reds effectively ended the Gunners hopes of playing Champions League football yet again next season, with only an extremely […]

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Arsenal’s last throw of the Dice and a Drink in the last chance Stamford Bridge Saloon, without many of our regulars –

Well, it looks like the last throw of the dice, doesn’t it? Drinking in the last chance saloon for Arsenal. To say I’m hugely disappointed in where this season seems to be heading would be stating the bleeding obvious. I’m also angry. At myself, first of all. Yet another season I’ve allowed myself to buy […]

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Giroud's impact off of the bench highlighted the squad's depth

Gunners New Squad Strength in Depth and the Spreading of Goals give cause for Belief

Back in August, I wrote a pretty scathing review of how Arsenal had conducted its transfer business this summer. Things had started well, with Granit Xhaka’s acquisition from Borussia Monchengladbach in May an encouraging start, but the weeks of inactivity that followed seemed to indicate at best a gross incompetence with regards to transfer dealings, and at worst a […]

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