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A Wilshere inspired Arsenal De Starred Crvena Zvezda

Crvena Zevzda 0-1 Arsenal Europa League Group Stage   Red De-Starred Belgrade…..   A comfortable win for Arsenal. Despite immense differences in resources, global scope, fanbase, and finances, Crvena Zvezda has won the European Cup, and Arsenal never has. So we should give them some due respect, despite their comparative “lowly” footing. However, Arsenal looked […]

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Man of the Match Nelson, Man of the Moment Giroud -As Gunners win in Belarus

BATE Borizov 2-4 Arsenal Europa League 28th September 2017   Arsenal haven’t played much in Belarus before. BATE Borizov are the long-running champions of Belarus, and narrowly missed out of Champions League qualification. They have however played and done well vs. Bayern Munich amongst others in previous seasons. So whilst it was not going to […]

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The Changing faces of Theo

Theo Walcott – “An enigma wrapped in a paradox and shrouded in a conundrum”

“An enigma wrapped in a paradox and shrouded in a conundrum” Gunners Town’s thoughts on Theo. During the past week, the Gunners Town Collective have been discussing the enigma that is Theo Walcott. Over the past 11 years, he has divided the fan base on his potential and position in the team.   Firstly @ArsenalNWales: […]

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