Tag Archives | Lukasz Fabianski

Wojciech Szczesny

Wojciech Szczesny was set to become our Gianluigi Buffon – but it doesn’t look like he will anymore

Wojciech Szczesny has completed his move to AS Roma, the guy himself announced the deal via his Instagram account. Although all reports do not agree about the formula of the deal, John Cross of the Mirror believes that the initial loan move could be made permanent for as little as £ 5m. If confirmed, that means […]

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Ospina - A surprise choice?

Is Wojciech Szczesny in DEEP TROUBLE as Arsenal’s new arrival, David Ospina, threatens to steal his spot?

We are delighted to welcome another new columnist to GT. Andrea Rosati is an Italian Gunner residing in Switzerland and will add to the German and French European Arsenal perspective on Wednesdays. Hello there! I’m new in town, is there any room for my column? It’s a privilege to have the opportunity to interact with […]

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Ramsey Jenkinson Norwich

England stopper tempts Arsenal? Gunners talent can replace Sagna, while partnership hitting high notes

So that’s that. The Premier League season is over, and we now have just an FA Cup final to attend before a summer of unbearable transfer speculation, moaning supporters and #ITKs. Following yesterday’s news regarding Diego Costa and Josip Drmic, it’s appears to have already started. Oh the joy. We wrapped up the league campaign […]

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Wembley-Way

The 4th Place Trophy – Liverpool, Spurs and now United broke the bank and FAILED; Arsenal are RIGHT to be happy

After a shocking start to April, where it looked like our season was about to collapse, we now find ourselves guaranteed to be taking part in the Champions League for the 17th consecutive season under Arsene Wenger.  The question that will remain is whether that is the pinnacle for this Arsenal side or whether we […]

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Fabianski The Hero As Arsenal Book Wembley Part II – Wigan Athletic 1 Arsenal 1 (AET – Arsenal win 4-2 on Penalties)

Arsenal rarely tend to do things the easy way but yesterday we just about had enough to beat defending Champions Wigan Athletic and reach the FA Cup Final, our first since we last won the competition in 2005. Lukas Fabianski was the hero as he saved the first two Wigan penalties in the shoot out […]

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