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Arsenal’s biggest transfer activity wasn’t buying Partey – it was forcefully ejecting their longest-serving player: Ruth

Probably the most important move of Arsenal’s recent transfer window was the ejection of Ruth – Arsenal’s longest-serving player, signed during the timid Autumn of the Gazidis-Wenger reign. Ruth was on a fat, comfortable salary, somehow always first on the team-sheet sub-list, despite not living up to expectations. Ruth was happy to swap shirts with […]

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It’s time to scrap the Offside Rule.

It’s time to scrap the offside rule. In the Premier League season 2019/20, VAR was supposed to take care of the incorrect offside decisions that plagued previous seasons. Officials were told to delay marginal offside decisions where there was a clear and obvious goal-scoring opportunity. Play was allowed to continue until the current phase of […]

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Losing Kobe: a Gunner laments

“What,” you may ask, “…is a South African Gunner doing writing about the Black Mamba?” No – the answer isn’t a connection as tenuous as the fact that Kobe’s namesnake terrorizes my local sub-Saharan compatriots. It lies in the 16 years that I spent living in Los Angeles from 1996-2012, plying my trade as a […]

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Clickbait (Life as a Modern Football Fan): an exclusive interview with author Darren Berry

Following is the transcript of a short interview with Gunners Town alumnus Darren Berry – whose “Season Diary” was a huge hit for us when we first launched. Darren has expanded the blog format into a full-length book “Clickbait – Life As A Modern Football Fan” (Legends Publishing) hits the shelves on Monday. Order your […]

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Clickbait – Life as a Modern Football Fan [Exclusive Interview with author Darren Berry!]

Following is the transcript of a short interview with Gunners Town alumnus Darren Berry – whose “Season Diary” was a huge hit for us when we first launched. Darren has expanded the blog format into a full-length book “Clickbait – Life As A Modern Football Fan” (Legends Publishing) hits the shelves on Monday. Order your […]

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Celebrating dodging the Brexit Bullet

Post-Brexit Arsenal may find themselves in a relegation battle…

30th February, 2021 In an effort to curtail the steady flow of undesirables into a decidedly fragile English society – the post-no-deal-Brexit Immigration Police painted themselves into an unfortunate corner. Their Zero-Tolerance immigration policy meant that the Premier League could only use English players. Foreign players didn’t satisfy the Nigel Farage Only-Seventh-Generation-Brits-Are-Actual-Brits Law, which President […]

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