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What is Arsenal’s strongest injury-free XI?

Repost from the Gooner.com. Written by me on January 28, 2015

There are few clubs in the Europe with as much hidden depth as Arsenal. Injuries have dammed up Arsenal’s reservoir of quality this season but tides seem to be changing in favour of the Gunners for once. 1,144 more words

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Arsenal handed advantage over some of their Premier League competitors

Under Arsene Wenger, Arsenal has always been a melting pot of different nationalities and cultures. Inevitably due to this array, every couple years we have become accustomed to losing a player or two to the African Cup of Nations but not this year. 644 more words

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How Arsenal can challenge for the Premier League again

Repost from the Gooner.com. Written by me on January 13, 2015

Arsenal started the 2013-14 season ominously after the well documented 3-1 home loss to Aston Villa on the first day of the season. 888 more words

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Arsenal’s injuries examined and explored

Repost from the Gooner.com. Written by me on January 7, 2015

In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death, taxes and Arsenal injuries. 829 more words

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It’s Auf Wiedersehen to Arsenal’s World Cup Winner

Repost from the Gooner.com. Written by me on January 5, 2015.

After weeks of speculation, press conferences and ill-timed Instagram posts, Lukas Podolski has left the Arsenal to join Inter Milan. 559 more words

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An Example to the Rest of His Teammates

(Repost from the Gooner.com. Written by me on December 28, 2014)

When the signing of Alexis Sanchez was announced there was air of excitement that in recent memory can only be compared to that of Mesut Özil. 688 more words

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Frantz Paul: Coquelin & Koscielny: Arsenal's French Connection

The English Premier League is one of the top sports leagues on the planet. England is a world power so it’s only right they’d have one of the premier sporting leagues in all of football. 1,189 more words

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