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It’s Just One Loss: 5 Reasons for Optimism

After our season opening loss to Aston Villa at home, many Gooners everywhere were very very down and pessimistic. As a result of this, our very own Total Arsenal asked me (one of a few optimistic Gooners) to write a … Continue reading

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Manchester City v Arsenal: Predicted Line-Up and Preview

 ManchesterCity v Arsenal Or 4th v 1st The Home View: They seem to be our mirror image in some respects. Check this out; Unsure of best GK, although it probably will not be Hart. Pantilimon has kept 3 clean sheets at … Continue reading

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Flamini for Arteta, Gnabry for Rosicky, Walcott on bench? Match Preview.

Arsenal vs Manchester United Pre-Match Intro: This week we take a trip to Old Trafford to face our bitter rivals. It’s a little unusual this time around though because instead of sir red nose it’s David Moyes at the helm. … Continue reading

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Mozart shows his metal – BFG-Koz solid – Rambo’s knock-out – great team performance

Dortmund – Arsenal analysis and afterthoughts After lacking a bit of luck a fortnight ago at the Home of Football, last night we definitely had it back on our side. As expected, both teams played chessball in the first half … Continue reading

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Who turned Arsenal into EPL title contenders?

Well, it is not just Ozil! Over the last month or so, ever since we made Mesut Ozil our record signing for the club, not a day goes by without some sort of news or article regarding how Ozil has … Continue reading

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Managing Expectations: Player Ratings against WBA with weighting allowance

Unaccustomed as I am to writing long wordy stuff on things Arsenal, I thought I would dip my toe in the water that is known as ‘blogsphere’. So the purpose of this blog is a slightly different take on rating … Continue reading

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Monreal & Gnabry instead of Gibbs & Jack? Ramsey to win it for Arsenal?

Arsenal vs the Orcs Pre-Match Report That’s right the Stoke City Orcs have landed at Ashburton Grove, and this time it’s without their goblin manager Tony Pulis leading the charge. Under Pulis, Stoke played some absolutely deplorable football, so much … Continue reading

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Is Arsenal’s Tight (small, tiny, down to bare bones…) Squad Actually an Advantage?

Wednesday evening’s CL opener, sandwiched between tough league matches (Sunderland away, Stoke City at home) asked the question: is this team ready to fight on multiple fronts? We got the needed result in our very difficult group, but a quick glance … Continue reading

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The one ingredient Arsenal have and our competitors are missing

After we lost to the vile Villains, who would have thought Arsenal fans would feel so upbeat just one month later? Don’t worry though; I am not getting carried away, YET. I know for sure that I am not the … Continue reading

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Özil fits Arsenal like a glove, Ramsey roars on, Flamini leads: Match Report

Match Review: This is what champions are made of. After two weeks of international football, the Premier League returned today. Fans of many Premier League teams were desperately awaiting the debuts of many of their new signings; especially Arsenal fans, … Continue reading

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