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Stan Kroenke

The buck may stop with Emery, but the buck begins with Kroenke: it’s in HIS hands

I shared the feelings of optimism tempered by pessimistic thoughts described in Mike McDonald`s excellent article and unfortunately, the pessimism has come to the fore. We need to beat Chelsea now (provided we beat Valencia ) to get into the Championship League and in present form Chelsea must be favourites because while Arsenal have stagnated, […]

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Emery

Unai Emery has put his Gunners in a Strong Position to gain a Top Four Finish and a Return to Europe’s Top Table.

Arsenal strengthen chances of a top four finish There is little doubt that the main aim for Emery at the start of the season was to ensure the club is playing Champions league football next season. The Gunners can still qualify through the Europa league and recently secured their progression to the next round following […]

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Gunner fans

We go again – The 2017/18 AFC Roller-Coaster of Anticipation, Optimism, Disappointment and Dashed Hope!

We Go Again Life can be straightforward for a football fan, when he/she lives it in seasons rather than calendar years, like regular people do. What does a season comprise of, for your average football fan? It starts with hope which transcends to excitement, nervousness, short lived euphoria, disappointment, renewed hope, despair and finally ending […]

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