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05 January 2016

A mid-season review from Arsenal Canada

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By @jakesurrey I meant to write this before the Newcastle game, when we would actually have been exactly halfway through the league season. However, I’m lazy, and significantly fatter after a foody and beery festive period, so I didn’t. Having kicked off the season with what I perceived amongst Arsenal supporters as a pretty ubiquitous sense of positivity and optimism, we’ve entered 2016 on top of the league with 18 games to go and players...
17 December 2015

Mourinho out means more to Arsenal than you think

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By Steve Evenden @MrEvenden I would be willing to place a substantial wager that I’m not the only Arsenal fan who celebrated the departure of Jose Mourinho from Chelsea in a face-saving “Mutual decision”. Essentially, he was sacked but wanted to spare him the humiliation. Looks better on a resume, I guess. “The Special One” had one special talent that prevailed over all the others: He pissed off a lot of Arsenal fans. Whatever his...
09 December 2015

Reality check for Arsenal fans

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By @jakesurrey   Most people who know me as an Arsenal fan will likely attest to my stubborn positivity when it comes to the club. I’m always trying to “maintain perspective”, or at the very least counter-balance some of the swathes of negative sentiment that Arsenal fans often pour out after poor results. I was even cocksure enough to predict that we would win the league this season in a blog post a couple of...
26 November 2015

It’s crunch time for Arsenal

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By Steve Evenden – @mrevenden   Last night, for the first time in what seems like forever, I was able to lean back on my couch during an Arsenal match and actually enjoy what was happening. For a team that spent at least a few hours in first place this season, it seems unusual that this has been an infrequent occurrence this season. But I’ve been an Arsenal fan for long enough to know that...
20 November 2015

West Bromwich Albion vs Arsenal Preview

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By @jakesurrey I don’t think there are many Arsenal fans out there who would disagree that this interlull was much more welcome than most. By the final minute of the North London Derby, we were seeing a threadbare, ragged Arsenal team. We looked punch-drunk. We’ve gone through the first phase of the season doing a remarkable job of managing to both surpass expectations on the majority of occasions, punctuating some healthy, well deserved victories with...
19 November 2015

How can we start preventing injuries that seem unpreventable?

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By Eric S. Mathew   If you look at modern football, you don’t have to be an expert to notice that injuries affect the title race every year. In 2010/2011, many Arsenal fans believethat we would have been EPL champions if injuries hadn’t hit several top players at the end of the season.  Currently, Arsenal are missing Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere who are pillars of the team when healthy, but are often injured. In...
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