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In this latest podcast, yours truly Shotta and Blackburn George, the Arseblagger, analyze Arsenal’s magnificent draw at Chelsea. The Gunners refuse to lose, repaying the faith manager Mikel Arteta placed in the team after they went down to 10-men, when he declined to make any immediate substitution. Remember to  Like…

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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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  Vitoria v Arsenal We move onto the 4th group game in the EL in a strong position. 9 points from 3 games, and some solid performances too. Vitoria themselves put up a stubborn fight but were undone by Pepe’s free kicks. Having been kept on the bench at the weekend,…

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So the fallout from the Palace game continues into this week. Strangely enough, the result and the quality of football has been almost out of the narrative, which just may be how the club hierarchy like it. Xhaka left holding the can might be inconvenient to them but is also…

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