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From Seaman to Mavropanos (and most of those in between) to the tune of ‘We didn’t Start the Fire’ – Billy Joel

From Seaman to Mavropanos (and most of those in between)   Between 12th October 1996 and 13th May 2018, 222 players played under Wenger’s tutorage and I thought I would write (with inspiration from Billy Joel’s ‘We didn’t start the fire’, a ditty to commemorate some of those who have passed his way.   Seaman, […]

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Fresh Challenge for our Theo

Selling Theo Walcott – Right for player but being right for Arsenal depends on replacement

Despite being a strong opponent of the January/Winter transfer window, Arsene Wenger during that period in the year 2006 pulled off a piece of business which was hailed and slammed in equal measure by anyone concerned, not different from anything Arsenal in the last few years. He had signed from the Southampton football club academy, […]

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The reasons I fell in love with Arsenal

You can fall in love with Arsenal because of Wenger – Then fall our of love with Wenger and still love Arsenal

I was born a year before our current manager joined the club, and began supporting Arsenal in the year 2001, after watching the intoxicating FA Cup final between the tough, physical but aesthetically pleasing Arsenal team and those guys from Merseyside led by that terrible analyst, Michael Owen. I was enthralled by the fast pace […]

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