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Mikel Arteta out at least two weeks with sprained ankle, will miss Besiktas clash

As soon as the tackle from Demba Ba came in things looked bleak. Writhing in pain, Mikel Arteta looked as if he might headline the next chapter in Arsenal’s injury horror novel. 388 more words

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A rusty beginning, but a win none the less.

So the season kicked off as last season ended. An Aaron Ramsey winner after a mostly sloppy game. It has more positives than negatives for me, as we were without first team regulars Per Mertesacker and Mesut Özil. 779 more words

Arsenal willing to let Lukas Podolski leave amid growing interest from Turkey and Germany

Arsenal are believed to be ready to sell Lukas Podolski before the end of the transfer window, according to reports.

The German World Cup winner has been linked with a move away from the Gunners in recent weeks, with clubs in Turkey and Germany keen on his signature. 134 more words


Arsenal hire German National Team fitness coach, Shad Forsythe

Seldom is news about a fitness coach worthy of a post but in the case of Shad Forsythe and Arsenal, we’ll make an exception.

Forsythe, who helped guide the German National Team to the World Cup, will join a fitness team that includes Marcus Svennson and Tony Colbert. 226 more words

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James Rodriguez and the #TrendySoccerPlayer Problem

By: Chris Dagonas

Back in the early 2000s, my friends and I spent an inordinate amount of time (and most of our grocery-store wages) on eBay. 2,169 more words



Mesut Ozil, Lukas Podolski and Per Mertesacker

The Germans won the World Cup alright. But now three players have joined Arsenal as regular members. And they are none other than Mesut Ozil, Lukas Podolski and Per Mertesacker. 455 more words


4 Reasons Why Community Shield Win Shows Arsenal Could Win PL

Arsenal’s dominating display in the Community Shield clash against Manchester City yesterday has got the Gunners faithful excited for the coming season, with many now believing that the north London club can now make a concerted tilt at the Premier League title, with the hope being that they can win it for the first time since 2004. 146 more words