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We showed the world that United are a team of desperation, not determination.

Manchester United To win away at Old Trafford is always special for any Arsenal fan. To humiliate them is extra special, and make no mistake, we humiliated United. Their fans must have been crying with embarrassment all the way back to London. The score was a little flattering for United, and but for their goalkeeper […]

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Bacary Sagna bids farewell to Arsenal as Olivier Giroud makes the difference – Could Thomas Vermaelen be on his way out too?

Arsenal 1 West Brom 0 – Giroud The Difference As Sagna Says Farewell As Manchester City beat Everton on Saturday evening, confirming our top four status for another year, there was little at stake for Arsenal to play for yesterday but we still managed to beat visiting West Brom by a goal to nil, thanks […]

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Arsenal get ready for Bacary Sagna farewell as rampant win seals St Totteringham’s Day celebrations and fourth place

Arsenal 3 Newcastle United 0 – Arsenal Cruise Towards Inevasible Fourth After a weekend in which results threw open the title and survival races in the Premier League, Arsenal all but secured fourth spot and Champions League football for yet another season after an assured and dominant 3-0 victory against Newcastle United on Monday night […]

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Fabianski The Hero As Arsenal Book Wembley Part II – Wigan Athletic 1 Arsenal 1 (AET – Arsenal win 4-2 on Penalties)

Arsenal rarely tend to do things the easy way but yesterday we just about had enough to beat defending Champions Wigan Athletic and reach the FA Cup Final, our first since we last won the competition in 2005. Lukas Fabianski was the hero as he saved the first two Wigan penalties in the shoot out […]

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Aaron Ramsey replacement emerges as Arsenal restore pride to keep Premier League title hopes alive

Arsenal 1 Manchester City 1 – Pride Restored After Horror Week Football enjoys plenty of clichés, none more prominent than describing a game as one of “two halves”. But it’s one that is perfectly applicable when reflecting on yesterday’s late kick off at the Emirates Stadium, as Arsenal rallied after the break to grab a […]

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Arsenal; World Class wages for World Class humiliations, what’s left for Arsene Wenger?

Chelsea 6 Arsenal 0 – Arsenal Humiliated On Wenger’s Special Day When the sun finally sets on Arsene Wenger’s illustrious career, it’s safe to say that he won’t look back too fondly on his 1,000th game in charge of Arsenal. In the 18-year long tenure to date we’ve endured some humiliating displays especially in recent […]

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