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Ozil and Arteta. Where has the love gone? I have been one of Mikel Arteta’s biggest supporters as manager of Arsenal Football Club. Following in the footsteps of my podcasting colleague Blackburn George, aka @arseblagger, I was among those who identified him as the most qualified successor to Arsene Wenger…

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#ARS in record 21st cup final vs CHE The last day of the English football season, and the famous Arsenal are still in with a chance of glory. With everything that has happened, there’s not much more you can ask for as a fan. There is of course a legacy…

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#CRYARS Of all the stories I’d thought there’d be of Arsenal’s season in mid January, facing a Crystal Palace side which is above us in the table is a surprise. What a crazy season it’s been. Crystal Palace initially found themselves parked near the relegation zone, but have now found…

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In Arteta’s first game in charge, Arsenal did something they could only achieve twice under Emery’s reign. That was to register 17 or more shots on goal in a league game. According to the stats from the Premier League website, Arsenal dominated in almost every category except the most critical,…

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A Guest Post by Mahdain Wednesday night. Another match, another disappointing result, and yet another game of questionable decisions from the manager. This just does the head in, doesn’t it? Rare and rarer are the glimpses of brilliance to support the theory that it will get better soon. On the…

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Majestic Ozil (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia) “Something tells me the players will be up for it and happy to be playing football as an escape from the other goings on around the club.“ Kudos are due to @shardgooner for being so prescient when he made the above forecast in his…

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