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Time for Gabriel to get his chance with Bosscielny? Or is it business as ‘Per’usual?

My memories of Per Mertesacker’s time at Arsenal are certainly a mixed bag. At times I have used the old cliché ‘a submarine could turn faster’ and crucified our lanky German for being slow, which in all fairness is not really his fault. There are also memories of masterclasses in defensive positioning and leadership combined […]

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Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, Dennis Bergkamp and co. help Gooners escape from the international break

Gunners Town Top 5 The international breaks seem to come at a strange time, and on this occasion, an annoying one. With Arsenal starting to go through the gears after four straight victories, including a derby day win over Tottenham Hotspur, it’s highly frustrating that we have to now watch our players represent their country […]

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Arsenal’s three-point plan

For what started off as such a promising season has now lost its wing and is spiraling down towards what we can all associate with, a typical Arsenal season. Oh how the mighty have fallen. Where do I even begin? Too many holes in this club that my two hands are severely inept at preventing this sinking […]

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The Wenger era: Centre-backs

Welcome to WTTGT’s new blog: The Wenger era. Over the course of these posts, we’ll take a look at the best players to have graced the red and white of Arsenal since the Professor arrived at Highbury back in September 1996. By the end of the blog, we’ll have formed the best Wenger XI as […]

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