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September 2019

For months the mainstream media, pundits, bloggers and others have tried convincing us that Unai Emery is improving Arsenal. Over and over they lectured us, telling us that Emery simply needed more time and his own players for the club to surpass the achievements of his predecessor. By the way,…

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Back to sexy football of the “man-who-must-not-be-named” One never knows what to expect from a League Cup game. From team selection to performance everything remains in the dark. The only certainty is the opposition and their ever certain chance of causing the upset. Nottingham Forest was no different. It was…

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Aston Villa is still on my mind. Has there ever been such an exhilarating, and at the same time, such an exasperating victory in Arsenal history? I can’t think of one. It’s 3 points won though, and that’s nothing to be sniffed at. Other benefits include Pepe’s debut goal –…

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An emphatic 3 goal win for Arsenal in Frankfurt and almost every fan, including yours truly, erupted with joy. Nobody could have been any happier than Unai Emery. Ever since the debacle at Watford last Sunday, he has come under enormous criticism from Arsenal fans everywhere in social media that…

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Photo ® Wikipedia So onto Germany and the Unai Emery League; the bedrock of his career, the shining light of his accomplishments, and the scene of his final failure last season. A 19 man travelling squad, composed of mostly senior players, was announced yesterday. Rob Holding is back. So are…

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The Lonely Man (Credit ® Wikimedia) When Unai Emery was appointed as successor to Arsene Wenger, many fans were left divided. Some pointed to his multiple Europa League successes at Sevilla while the others pointed out his failure to advance PSG in Champions League and the humiliation of losing the…

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