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23rd May 2016: New kit 'unveiled' + Wenger on Rosicky

Welcome to a brand new week on TremendArse. Arsenal belatedly unveiled their new home kit this morning and my first impression was, well, not my first impression, obviously. 406 more words


Wenger's Big Summer

With the season over and the memories of so much hope and expectation dashed by catastrophic but all too common failure at the Emirates, Arsene Wenger has a big summer ahead of him. 1,166 more words


Arsenal - Season Review

This season began with a new found optimism, Petr Cech stood between the sticks, giving us our most solid defence since the invincibles.

Our first competitive encounter was against Chelsea, in the traditional curtain raiser at Wembley, one goal was enough to clinch us another piece of silverware, albeit a meaningless one, but it put a smile on the fans faces for the time being and put down a marker that we could beat our closest rivals. 546 more words


Is He the next Patrick Vieira?

Here are 5 similarities between Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira and Granit Xhaka.

1) Hot-Headed:

Patrick Vieira was a regular offender and managed to net eight reds and 77 yellows in an astonishing collection of cards. 936 more words


22nd May 2016: Same old England + Stade Arsene Wenger

Evening all. I tuned into the England v Turkey game earlier on hoping the Three Lions would produce a performance similar to their encouraging win over Germany at the end of March. 524 more words


XHAKA Laka BOOM! Who is this guy?

It’s been a while since Arsenal signed a major outfield player. Well, a really long time that is. Arsène Wenger has taken a lot of stick from the Arsenal faithful in recent times; be it for signing a player or throwing away a winnable game because of defensive woes. 571 more words


How complacency is crippling the club; debunking the myth of stability

Arsenal wound up second in the Premier League this season just a year after finishing third. On paper, the Gunners are making progress. However, it’s an illusion because Arsenal fell out of the title race by March while Tottenham stayed in contention until May. 2,027 more words