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The sad demise of Arshavin is a transfer lesson for us all

Arsenal’s number 23 became 32 yesterday. After almost four and a half year at Arsenal, Andrey Arshavin is almost certainly leaving the club in a few days time. I cannot help but feel a bit melancholic about Andrey’s gradual demise: … Continue reading

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How many game-changers do Arsenal have: Wilshere, Cazorla, Arshavin?

So here we are, nearing the end of another season which has careened from the sublime to the ridiculous. A season where Arsenal has flattered to deceive, and deceive it has for most parts. Sadly, we are only in March, … Continue reading

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Little Mozart is back, Meade in Britain, but too many underperformed tonight.

Eleven conclusions from the game: Rosicky’s first half performance was a joy to behold. As was so often the case last season, when TR7 plays our whole team has shape and focus, and plays with real determination. The difference between … Continue reading

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Giroud on fire, statement of intent by Theo and the Russian is back!

Yesterday evening’s game against Coventry will have strengthened Arsene’s believe he does not need to buy another striker; well, at least not for the time being. With goals from Arshavin, Giroud, The Ox, and Walcott (x2) there was ample proof … Continue reading

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