Author Archives: Yankee Gunner

About Yankee Gunner

Loyal Arsenal Supporter, Obscure Television Personality

Arsenal Boot Jack Wilshere

Before I get started, I want to thank The Squid Boy for doing a fantastic job writing the blog for the last three days. Don’t forget to follow him on Twitter @thesquidboylike. Now I’m back to ruin all his good … Continue reading

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Managing fan expectations

Maximum effort is the minimum I ask for. (This post was written by The Squid Boy. Yankee Gunner returns tomorrow. I want to thank The Squid Boy for his help this weekend. Please follow him on Twitter @thesquidboylike.) “If you … Continue reading

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The Curious Case Of Theo Walcott

(Today’s fantastic blog was written by The Squid Boy. Follow him on Twitter at @thesquidboylike!) I spent yesterday evening watching England beat Bulgaria away. Okay that’s a half-truth. I spent the evening watching Theo Walcott. Ah yes, good old young … Continue reading

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The feel-good (feel-better?) factor restored

(this post was written by @thesquidboylike. He’s a fantastic follow on twitter and regular contributor to Arsenalvision.com!) Before I begin, I must admit to feeling like Carlos Tevez when he was owned by two parties. Why, you ask? Because this … Continue reading

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Summer Transfers: Did We Do Enough?

Well that was exciting. “How was your transfer deadline day Arsene?” “Oh, the usual. Woke up, signed five players, went to sleep. Nothing special.” The problem with evaluating Arsenal’s summer transfer business is that the process is inevitably clouded by … Continue reading

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Last Minute Push To Get Deeper

Early this summer, Arsene Wenger claimed that we would only add players of a certain caliber to the team. He said, “we want to add not quality, but super quality.” That was a nice idea at the time, but it … Continue reading

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The Best Thing That Ever Happened

On monday there were a lot of attempts to spin the 8-2 drubbing we took at Old Trafford in a positive light. I understand the effort. It’s easier to accept that we were beaten so comprehensively if there’s either an … Continue reading

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