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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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SHAMED

We were always going to lose at Old Trafford today. That’s the thing to keep in mind about this result. We were always going to lose. We didn’t have the players to expect anything else. And if anyone allowed themselves … Continue reading

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Reinforcements

Quick blog for today in advance of the big match on Sunday. I’m limbering up just in case Arsene calls on me to play in midfield. Is that the sound of you laughing at me? Well at least I’m willing … Continue reading

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Falling In Love All Over Again

Today’s blog also appeared on Ashburton Grove. As a married man I can tell you that marriage is not exactly what I expected. It’s not always a state of bliss. It’s not constant euphoria knowing that you’ve found your soulmate … Continue reading

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Udinese Preview: Only The Committed Remain

Tonight is all about the Champions League for Arsenal. But first, we must celebrate the beginning of another journey. Samir Nasri’s quest for the Ballon D’Or can finally begin. He has completed his move to Manchester City and should be … Continue reading

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