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Can Emery do what Wenger struggled to do: outsmart Mourinho? Manchester United vs. Arsenal preview

Manchester United vs. Arsenal preview   After the glorious win vs. the Scum, we have another rival to play. This time, it’s Manchester United, and a certain Mr. Mourinho, with whom we have an interesting history. Jose hasn’t had the best of times this season. Much has been made of his “third season syndrome”. From […]

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Weather the early storm and we should make it 12 on the bounce – Palace Preview

Crystal Palace vs. Arsenal – Premier League preview   It’s north vs. south London on Sunday, and the media as usual term this a “London derby”. Yes, technically it’s accurate. We’re both in the same city, so we’re geographically close. However, derby to me denotes rivalry, hate, and animosity. This for us only applies to […]

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Play Iwobi and Drop Ramsey – The Good Habit of winning without once playing well for 90 minutes

The close friendship between happiness and frustration  Positives, Needs and Hopes. I am so happy that we are winning the games that we do not necessarily deserve to. I am frustrated that we are winning but not playing particularly well. Happy, frustrated. Frustrated or happy? I have decided…I am 63% happy and 37% frustrated 😆 […]

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Ozil set to return at Cardiff but will he be providing the ammunition for Aubameyang or Lacazette?

Hi everyone. We face Cardiff away this coming Sunday and the game will come as another test of our credentials. After an underwhelming, though somewhat expected, outcome of the first two games, the Gunners went on to win against West Ham. The performance was not ideal from what I have glimpsed, but at least we […]

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Kings of London “derby” – Defence, midfield, attack analysis – Chelsea vs. Arsenal – preview

Chelsea vs. Arsenal – Premier League preview Kings of London “derby” – Defence, midfield, attack analysis   Spurs are the enemy, but Chelsea and Arsenal are two global clubs. Tottenham, hence their new and comically overdue and over-budget ground, are a wannabe global player. But we and Chelsea certainly are. We both hold a global […]

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