facup_selection
27 May 2015

Wenger’s cup final selection dilemmas

Arsene Wenger selected an unaltered starting line-up for six consecutive matches in April and May, an unprecedented occurrence during his reign. However, as Saturday’s Cup Final approaches, he has several selection dilemmas which will have him clawing at his scalp in consideration. Theo Walcott and Jack Wilshere certainly gave him

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IRELAND_2036
27 May 2015

A glimpse into the future

The year is 2036. Many changes have occurred in the world. British Prime Minister Jon Terry of UKIP, IKIP, WEALLKIP, has just been sworn in after his ‘If it ain’t white, it’s shite’ campaign caught fire. Literally, as all his opponents ended up a charred mess. “It’s a great day

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QAbranding
26 May 2015

FA Cup final 2015: Villa fan Q&A

Dubbed ‘Tactics Tim’ by the press, there is a fair amount of debate around the managerial talents of Tim Sherwood. It strikes me that his ‘give it a right good go’ tactical template is a very death or glory tenet. However, after some of the most turgid football in Premier

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owl_team
26 May 2015

Keeper and striker the big decisions + Wenger’s summer break woes

I had the oddest dream this morning that my office was in the house next door and I had to do some really early morning work. I woke up one of the girls who lives there and she said, quite grumpily, ‘Well, I suppose I’d better go and do the

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arsenal_villa_classic
25 May 2015

Arsenal v Aston Villa – classic encounters

Looking ahead to this weekend’s FA Cup Final against Aston Villa, Tim Stillman will be bringing you a series of articles building up to Saturday’s showpiece, starting today with some classic encounters between the the two sides. —- Arsenal and Villa have played one another 176 times in total, with

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
25 May 2015

Arsecast Extra Episode 69 – 25.05.2015

Here’s this week’s Arsecast Extra with myself and James from @Gunnerblog. On this week’s show we discuss the 4-1 win over West Brom on the final day, the performances of Theo Walcott, Jack Wilshere and David Ospina and what that might mean for the cup final team. We also answer

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wilshere_walcott
25 May 2015

Arsenal 4-1 West Brom: Walcott and Wilshere give Wenger something to think about

Match report – By the numbers – Player ratings – Video The final league game of the season brought us a comprehensive win, two amazingly good goals, an end to our goalscoring drought, and some individual performances that will really give Arsene Wenger something to consider this week ahead of

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arseblog_live_new
24 May 2015

Arsenal v West Brom – live blog

Join us this afternoon for live blogging of the final Premier League game of the season between Arsenal and West Brom, kick off at 15.00GMT. 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

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west_brom_preview
24 May 2015

West Brom preview: Changes, but how many, and where?

For the final time this season we preview a Premier League game. Today is an interesting one despite the fact it’s almost completely a dead rubber. Arsenal, while making some changes to the team in order to ensure the fitness and freshness of certain players – as well as sparking

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rosicky5
23 May 2015

Saturday round-up: Rosicky set for another year

Morning all, a very quick Saturday round-up for you because it’s Saturday, I’m pressed for time, and I feel like I should give you some kind of summation of the Arsenal news. First up is that Tomas Rosicky is set to stay for another year. The manager confirmed yesterday that

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Arsenal Gentleman's Weekly Review
22 May 2015

Arsenal Gentleman’s Weekly Review

I once ventured on a safari in Swaziland. Do you know of Swaziland? The land of the Swazis? From where the Swazis come? Surely you are familiar with its old National Anthem? O Swaziland, O Swaziland We are a piece of Enger-land In fact a British Protectorate Our government a

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Arsecast - the Arsenal podcast
22 May 2015

Giroud responds to Henry + Arsecast 353

Good morning to you, and happy Friday. We’re heading into the final Premier League game of the season and it all feels quite weird – like this season has absolutely flown by. Maybe that’s simply a by-product of me getting older, but whatever the reason our last game of the

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