The difference between Arsenal and Spurs…

I only got into football when I was 10 years old, so I have been spoilt as an Arsenal fan with the North London derbies. Since Wenger took charge, Arsenal have only lost in the league twice to Tottenham, and that was only in recent seasons. “St Totteringham’s Day”, the day where Spurs can officially […]

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What has happened to my Arsenal?

After watching the highlights of yet another embarrassing defeat (the Blackburn game), I sit and wonder what has happened to my beloved team. In the last two away games we have conceded a staggering 12 goals in what has been the worst start to a season that I can remember. Regardless of the fact that […]

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Arsenal’s missing youth in the youth policy

Ever since we started investing seriously in our youth academy, there has always been an excitement about our young graduates becoming the ‘next big thing’ in Arsenal’s first-team. While the likes of Wilshere, Ramsey, Szczsney and Frimpong have become valuable members of the squad, the one who is conspicuously missing from that list is Henri […]

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Five things Wenger got right this summer

This summer was arguably Arsene Wenger’s most challenging at the helm of Arsenal football club. Key players left, and the doubts continued to grow over whether the Frenchman can produce a winning formula in his ongoing experiment. But despite all the events of the past few months, he continues to be regarded as one of […]

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