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So does spending equal automatic Premier League Success? Is it as simple as that?

Arsenal’s start to the season has done no favors to the notion that this squad can win the league.  Unsurprisingly, the clamoring for buying a new striker or backup defensive midfielder or any other ‘we need’ you may have heard, has only increased fervently. Apparently, we must spend.  Apparently, we must show our ambition by […]

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Giroud, Arteta, Gnabry, Ozil, Mertesacker vs Palace

Emmanuel Frimpong to start for Arsenal in the Capital One Cup, as Chelsea unable to call on Alan Hansen and Michael Owen

Having been in Budapest this time last week, I’m back and ready to throw at you some Gooner gibberish, after a rather life-expectancy shortening weekend. We shan’t go into details. Despite my antics, I still found enough time to dedicate to watching the Arsenal three times in just over the space of a week. While […]

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Stewart Robson – It’s all gone quiet over there, if Twitter picked our team, and Bould’s not for hugging

Anti Social-media Behaviour Trembling deliriously, then delirious tremors (that ran from Newcastle all the way to Shite Hart Lane), and of course followed today by delirium tremens!  But worth it? Hell yeah! All worth it to have watched this team develop together as the season went on, culminating with the final unbeaten run of eight wins and […]

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Wenger Rekindling Rivalries?

Gone are the days of Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson being worst enemies, nowadays the Premier League’s veterans are more used to sharing a friendly handshake and a bottle of wine than any hostile glares or angry exchanges. Arsenal and Manchester United dominated the top flight of English football during the late 1990s and early 200s before […]

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