12 Sep 2016

Wenger on Koscielny and Perez as PSG looms

This is one of those weeks where there’s barely time to let one thing settle before we have to turn our focus onto something else. The Southampton win has barely been digested and we’re off again, preparing for our first Champions League game of the season against PSG tomorrow night.

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Arsenal 2-1 Southampton 2016
11 Sep 2016

Arsenal 2-1 Southampton: Three points welcome, but things to ponder

Match report – Player ratings – By the numbers – Video Some people will tell you there’s nothing like a late win. I have to admit, I’m very fond of it when it happens. Especially when in the build up to a contentious goal, a player who got away with

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Arsenal live blog
10 Sep 2016

Arsenal v Southampton – live blog

Join us this afternoon for live blog coverage of the Premier League clash between Arsenal and Southampton, kick off at 15.00. Live blog is 100% free to follow on your computer or mobile device and gives you real time text commentary from the match. You can switch between the main

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10 Sep 2016

Southampton preview: Let’s see how strong this squad really is

Football’s back after what seems like quite an age, and we face Southampton today at home. A nice traditional 3pm kick-of too, and hopefully we can pick up where we left off after our 3-1 win over Watford before the Interlull. It will be interesting to see what the manager

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Arsenal Gentleman's Weekly Review
09 Sep 2016

Arsenal Gentleman’s Weekly Review

As old age begins to settle its claws into your hypothalamus, indeed, into your Frontal, Parietal, Occipital and temporal lobes, distressing things begin to happen. Chiefly, the memory begins to become as flaky and unreliable as Marouane Chamakh. No. Worse. Your memory become like Nicklas Bendnter. And so it was

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
09 Sep 2016

Time to get going against Southampton tomorrow + Arsecast 396

Morning everyone, time to put that Interlull well and truly behind us now and get on with the real football. It’s gonna be busy over the next few weeks too, as not only do we have Premier League to contend with, the Champions League starts up next week, there’s the

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Tim Stillman column Arseblog
08 Sep 2016

Wilshere’s Bournemouth Ultimatum

This Saturday, Jack Wilshere will pull on an AFC Bournemouth shirt, as the Cherries take on West Bromwich Albion on the south coast. For Wilshere, this will represent a new and quite surprising chapter as he seeks to get his career back on track. For the most part, his talent

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08 Sep 2016

Recovering, new chaps get ready for the weekend, and other stuff

Good morning. I’m feeling slightly better today but that is because I spent most of yesterday lying down and taking antibiotics for a chest and throat infection. I’ve been alternating between absolutely freezing and so warm I’m sweating like a pig who is showing other pigs what it’s like when

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07 Sep 2016


Morning. I am ill. My head hurts and my back hurts and nothing makes sense. Here are some fresh arses to keep you going. More later (possibly) or more tomorrow (more likely).

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06 Sep 2016

Fitting the pieces of the puzzle together + contracts to consider

So now that the signings are done, what else do we have to worry and fret about? It’s way too early to start thinking about the January transfer window, so I suppose we could try and figure out how Arsene Wenger is going to build his team from the players

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
05 Sep 2016

Arsecast Extra Episode 138 – 05.09.2016

Welcome to another Arsecast Extra, the Arsenal podcast, with myself and James from @Gunnerblog. On this week’s Interlull show we look back on the final days of the transfer window and discuss the departures of Serge Gnabry and Jack Wilshere. Is it now sink or swim for the England man,

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dingle arseblog
05 Sep 2016

Interlull Interlull Interlull Interlull Interlull Interlull Interlull

Good morning. I am back in Dublin after a very pleasant weekend in Kerry. It is so lovely down there but they don’t have our dog poo on the streets, graffiti on the walls, and stark concrete everywhere. There are only so many spectacular mist-covered mountains looking over beautiful valleys

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