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Imminent Demise Of Arsenal Football Club

Hitherto the debate about whether the current duopoly – the board and Arsene Wenger, the manager – have the necessary commitment to put the club before and above the financial self-interest of the shareholders, especially Stan Kroenke, the majority shareholder and the recently addition of his son Josh Kroenke to the board, had not been adequately given an extensive and open airing. 2,282 more words

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Thierry Henry: Time For The King to Return to Arsenal...for Good

Walk around the Emirates Stadium on matchday and you’ll always notice a huddle of fans surrounding a bronze statue at the Clock End of the ground. 603 more words

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A Modern Spin

Following my previous post on V for Vendetta, I feel particularly inspired to continue analyzing films that depict relevant, modern forms of Orwellian societies. Since… 825 more words

An Analysis of Injuries at Arsenal

There are ways of maintaining the physical well being of players in the modern game- appropriate rest, intricate and targeted training programmes, effective fixture management. However, there’s no doubting that some players are simply more injury prone than others, and the cause of injuries can be a result of something completely uncontrollable. 758 more words

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Back From The Brink

Happy Sunday to you all, and on paper it’s been a successful week for North London’s finest. Two games played, two wins and even a clean sheet.   658 more words

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GunnersoreArse Exclusive: Jose Mourinho says "Arsene Wengers zipper ate my Ballon d'Ors!"

Welcome to the GunnersoreArse blog. Being blogged 918.74 kilometers (in a straight line) from the Emirates Stadium.

Serious allegations made against Wenger and his ball consuming zipper….. 1,947 more words

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Sunderland vs. Arsenal: Sanchez shows scoring flair in pedestrian 2-0 win

Sanchez led an under-performing Arsenal side to a 2-0 victory on Saturday by capitalizing on two mistakes from the Black Cats. It wasn’t a pretty performance, but the Gunners won two straight games in all competitions for the first time this season to pull within three points of Manchester City in the Premier League. 917 more words

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