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Arsenal Playing Staff Decisions MUST START NOW if it is Project ‘Sustainability’ and not ‘Project ‘Splash the Cash’

Somebody who once worked for Match of the Day infamously said that winning the league was impossible with kids. Of course, Alan Hansen was talking about Ferguson’s blend of talented kids and season pros after an early season hammering at the hands of Aston Willa. What is rarely commented on was the poor state of […]

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Don’t let the Win over Cologne Disguise another Poor Display and Odd Selections ahead of a the Real Test

The result of the match should not disguise that this was another poor performance. The first half was a copy of the game between Spurs and Borussia Dortmund except that we were the dominant force and we should have punished Cologne as Dortmund who had 63% possession should have punished Spurs. The similarity of approach […]

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Is it a Make or Break Season for Oxlade-Chamberlain and even for Ramsey in 2017/18

Australia here we come! A group of 25 players has been selected to take part to the usual increase-your-commercial-revenues summer tour – to Australia, this year. We started with three consecutive Far East tours from 2011 onwards, which saw the Arsenal playing games in Malaysia, China, South Korea, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Vietnam (remember the Running […]

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