Arsenal Gentleman's Weekly Review
17 Apr 2015

Arsenal Gentleman’s Weekly Review

‘Tis that time of year again. Blossom falls from the trees. Grass rises. Aston Villa fans check the run-in nervously. And of course Tottenham fans all pretend that It is not going to happen again. This year will be the 20th time in a row that It has happened. It

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
17 Apr 2015

Why Szczesny should stay and fight + Arsecast 348

Morning all, just a day away from an FA Cup semi-final and, perhaps because I’ve been away for most of the week, I’m still not quite feeling the excitement. I’m sure that’ll change by tomorrow evening though. The manager’s press conference took place yesterday with the only bits of team

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tim_new_2015
16 Apr 2015

Jack’s back – but in what role and for how long?

On Monday evening, Jack Wilshere managed another 88 minutes for the U-21s at Emirates Stadium. He seemed fit and sharp, despite a slightly concerning grimace and rueful glance at the ankle shortly before the end. It is likely that he has proved his fitness as much as is necessary now

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per_wall_
16 Apr 2015

Some quick Mert and Wellington stuff

Morning all, very quick one for you as I’m leaving Oslo today. Caught some of the Champions League action last night in a place where there were a lot of unhappy Bayern Munich fans. 3-1 to Porto. Oooof. That last goal when the defender missed the header, you don’t see

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walcott_bench
15 Apr 2015

More Walcott contract guff : Gnabry on his return

Greetings from Norway. Or, as they say in Norway, ‘Greetings’, because everyone here speaks English which makes it very handy indeed. There doesn’t appear to be a lot going on other than a story about Theo Walcott’s contract talks which will, according to various reports, begin in the next two

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ospina
14 Apr 2015

David Ospina’s win ratio makes him the second largest oil producer in the universe

Morning all. It’s a strange time we live in, where odd stats and facts become news stories. Like the one about David Ospina having the highest win ratio of any player ever in the Premier League. It was everywhere yesterday but what does it mean? Does it mean that David

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
13 Apr 2015

Arsecast Extra Episode 63 – 13.04.2015

Here’s this week’s Arsecast Extra with myself and James from @Gunnerblog. On this week’s show we look for video game help, as well as back on 1-0 win over Burnley in as much detail as possible when a game is that quiet. We also discuss wins for Chelsea and Man

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JOEl_campbell
13 Apr 2015

Weekend thoughts + loan departures contributed to new balance

So, the Manchester derby yesterday was disappointing in the sense that it wasn’t a draw and the win leaves United just a point behind us, but it was also amusing in that it highlighted what an utter shambles City are at the moment. That’s four defeats in their last six

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ramsey_burnley_goal_2015
12 Apr 2015

Burnley 0-1 Arsenal: We won

Match report – By the numbers – Player ratings – Video Normally after a match there’s plenty to write about in the blog the next day, but I don’t think today would be far from being summed up in bullet points: Arsenal were unchanged Aaron Ramsey scored in the 12th

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arseblog_live_new
11 Apr 2015

Burnley v Arsenal – live blog

Join us this afternoon for live blogging of the Premier League game between Burnley and Arsenal, kick off at 17.30GMT. Live blog is 100% free to follow on your computer or mobile device and gives you real time text commentary from the match. This season we’ve added a mobile specific

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burnley_preview
11 Apr 2015

Burnley preview: No room for complacency

Premier League action today as we travel to face Burnley at Turf Moor. The form of both team is fairly contrasting. The home side have won just 2 of the their last 17 games in all competitions; Arsenal have only failed to win 2 of their last 17, with 15

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Arsenal Gentleman's Weekly Review
10 Apr 2015

Arsenal Gentleman’s Weekly Review

When proud Empire Adventurer Sir Edmund Hillary, and his able assistant and rope carrier Mr. Norgay, reached the summit of Extended Britain’s highest mountain, Everest, the delight could not have been matched by the elation experienced by Arsenal’s fine players this weekend last when they vanquished not only England’s greatest

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