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Onwards and Upwards – What’s in store in Gunners’ Europa Draw

Europa League Teams Preview In the wrestling world – the WWF – there is a championship belt called the Intercontinental title, it’s been deemed the secondary title in the company. Throughout history although viewed as a secondary title, it was also known as “the workers title”, in other words for all the steroid infused more-style-than-substance […]

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Europa League – An Opportunity for Chambers and Holding to forge Partnership and Fringe Payers to Shine

The high of Arsenal’s brilliant performance at Stoke City on Saturday soon made way, at least in some quarters, on Sunday, when Liverpool eased to victory over a poor West Ham United side. Three points for the Reds effectively ended the Gunners hopes of playing Champions League football yet again next season, with only an extremely […]

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All out attack to win on Wednesday in Athens OR after that in WHICHEVER European competition we find ourselves!

There has been a lot of talk on my TL about Arsenal in Europe. There were plenty of fans wanting the humiliation of finishing bottom of our Champions League Group, rather than play in the Europa League. Some even going so far as wanting us to deliberately lose games. Strategically losing games is a dangerous […]

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