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Freddie Ljunberg in the dark represents hope and fear. It was to be Unai Emery’s last game of his Arsenal career and it had everything you would associate with the Spaniard’s tenure at the Emirates. It was lowly anticipated on the field and highly off the field; never have Emirates…

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Via Wikimedia Commons Emery’s final game? That seems to be the general feeling around the Arsenal fans and media. There’s lots of drama involved in this fixture that has nothing to do with football. As far as that goes it’s not the greatest of stakes. No wonder then that attendance…

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Pet scan of deranged brain via Wikimedia In the middle of Arsenal experiencing a sure but certain drop into mid-table mediocrity under head coach Unai Emery and his immediate boss Raul Sanllehi, director of football, there are many Arsenal fans still operating under the delusion that the club was worse…

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Gooners: Start your engines! Arsenal is 7th in the table. The race for top-10 has truly begun. After our last game prior to the international break, when Arsenal was not merely defeated but outclassed by Leicester, yours truly (and Blackburn George) predicted that on current form Arsenal is likely to…

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Among the comments to yesterday’s blog, Don Raul Is Acting Dodgy, Finsbury suggested  the Board of Directors may be revolting against the policies of Raul and Josh. One very weird thing I have noticed from Raul’s “I really like Raul” PR team: The keep referring to him as a “football…

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Raul Sanllehi is the main reason why Unai Emery still remains head coach of Arsenal Football Cub despite his serial failures. The circumstantial evidence is overwhelming both from his history at Arsenal and a far much longer record at Barcelona. Sanllehi is known for being a ruthless, single-minded wheeler dealer….

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There is a smell and feel of decay and decline around Arsenal Football Club. don’t get me wrong. The club is not dead, it still competes in the Premier League and in Europe, many fans still turn up for home games, diehards still travel Away and shout themselves hoarse within…

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  Via Wikimedia Arsenal had many issues under Arsene Wenger but playing good football, creating chances and dominating midfield of teams like Leicester were not among them. This Saturday, as Leicester romped to a 2-0 victory at the King Power Stadium, it felt like watching an Arsenal that still had…

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