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Football fans are notoriously fickle. It is commonplace to observe supporters lustily cheering their club and within a week, a day or an hour many of these same fans are booing and slagging the very team they claim to support. Players who are reviled suddenly become heroes and vice versa….

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Contributed by: Omair Javed aka @omijaved Three games into the season and I have already seen Arsenal struggle to create anything against Newcastle, scoring and then basically putting their lives on the lines to salvage a win against Burnley and now parking the bus and trying to hoof long balls…

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2 games, 2 wins, for the first time in 10 years. Burnley were tough, physical opposition, and Mike Dean was Mike Dean. But two great goals from our dynamic duo up front were enough to give us the win. There were some encouraging signs in how we played out from…

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  Dani Ceballos on loan from Real Madrid (Via Wikimedia) Nobody does hype better than the English press. Hands down they are the winner. After all they invented the tabloid newspaper in 1903 when some dude called Harmsworth started the The Daily Mirror. Appealing to the mass market, it presented…

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In this the August 18th edition of the uncensored podcast (Episode #3) in discussing the defeat of Burnley yours truly, Shotta, and Blackburn George conclude the Arsenal team is a chameleon reflecting the manager. We discuss why this Arsenal  team performs worse than the individual players. Kudos to Aubameyang, Ceballos…

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