1. Arsenal: The Season So Far

    You would have to be living on a different planet to not have seen some mention of Arsenal in the press this season...

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  2. Vermaelen: Just What the Doctor Ordered for Arsenal

    There is a new player at Arsenal who, in the four days since the season started, has almost certainly assured his place in the first team...

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  3. Arsenals Thrashing Of Everton; A Statement Of Intent.

    Goodison Park was seen by some pundits as a tricky place for Arsenal to play their opening match in this years Premier League. Firstly, Everton finished in fifth place last season, just behind Arsenal...

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  4. Arsenal's Season Off to a Flying Start, Rosicky and Vermaelen Showcased

    Well, it has started. The 2009/10 season officially kicked off today for Arsenal when they traveled the short distance to Barnet for the regular preseason friendly. Arsene Wenger named a 21-man squad, all of which played...

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  5. Why Arsenal Fans Should Be Happy

    Arsene Wenger is being widely criticized at the moment, in the press and @ e-arsenal. I can understand the mainstream press criticizing Arsenal; they do it all of the time...

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  6. Lassana Diarra's Comments No Cause For Concern For Arsenal's Manager

    Lassana Diarra this week openly criticised Arsene Wenger for his own lack of progress at Arsenal. The essence of what he said is that he hadn't learnt anything, was constantly in doubt, ...

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  7. Arsenal Fans Celebrate St. Totteringham's Day

    It took a bit longer than last year, but today, Apr. 11 is St. Totteringham's Day 2009. Last year it was the Mar. 9 , a Premier League record. So may I congratulate the Arsenal squad, manager and fans worldwide...

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  8. Arsenal's Stylish 4-1 Win at Wigan Prepares Gunners For The Week Ahead

    Arsenal's third consecutive away win in the Premier League at Wigan is sure to steady the ship and boost the players ahead of Wednesday's home tie against Villarreal. Mido scored the opener for Wigan at 15 minutes...

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  9. Arsenal Fired Up After Great Result at Villarreal

    After the great result at Villarreal, Arsenal are sure to be fired up for the challenge ahead. A second half recovery following a dismal first, saw Adebayor clinch the vital away goal for the gunners...

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  10. Arsenal Gunning for Trophies and Top Four Finish After Three Return to Team

    Being a football fan lately has been like waiting for a bus. You wait ages for a good match, and then two, three, or four come along at once.Waiting out the international week has been excruciating...

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  11. Cesc Fabregas Smeared Again, Arsenal Rues International Break

    Being international week, Arsenal news has been fairly nonexistent. However, a couple of items have caught my attention. Two members of the Arsenal Board, Daniel Fiszman and Stan Kroenke, have done a deal over some Arsenal shares...

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  12. Tomas Rosicky Back Soon for Arsenal

    Tomas Rosicky, Arsenal's 28 year old attacking midfielder may be back sooner than expected. Arsenal fans haven't seen him on the field since the 26th of January 2008, when he limped off nine minutes into an FA Cup tie against Newcastle at the Emirates...

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  13. Cesc Under Pressure! Hull Presents "Evidence" to FA on Monday

    The FA are receiving evidence on Monday from Hull City representatives regarding the allegations Phil Brown made after the FA Cup tie at The Emirates...

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  14. Arsene Wenger, Arsenal Appear To Be on the Right Track

    Arsenal seem to be going up through the gears at the moment. It has been a good couple of weeks. That they haven't lost in the league since late November, is one thing, that they have won all ...

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  15. Three for Arsenal at St. James Park, a Great Game of Football

    What a day. Having missed the Portsmouth–Everton match and the first half of the Fulham–United match, I settled in for an much needed fix of footie. Imagine my surprise when I discovered that United were a goal down...

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  16. Phil Brown, Hull City, Arsenal, Cesc Fabregas: The Truth Is Out There

    On Tuesday Phil Brown made some comments after a game of football and in doing so has stirred up a right old hornets nest. The press are having a field day. All of their Christmases have come at once...

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  17. Arsenal 2-1 Hull, Phil Brown Blows His Stack

    Arsenal beat Hull 2-1 in an edgy affair that saw seven yellow cards shown, two for Arsenal and five for Hull. Nicky Barmby opened the scoring on 12 minutes with a powerful strike that deflected off Djourou and looped over Fabianski into the goal...

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  18. Upbeat Arsene Wenger Looks Forward On Three Fronts

    Arsene Wenger's upbeat analysis of Arsenal's current fortunes comes as no surprise from the most loyal manager in the Premier League...

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  19. West Ham, The Tevez Experience, and Surprising Takeover News.

    Finally, the Carlos Tevez saga seems to be drawing to a close for West Ham. The Hammers bought Tevez illegally, and the powers that be in British Football decided that his influence ...

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  20. Arsenals' Gain, Liverpools' Pain.

    Today was a day of mixed fortunes in the Premier League. With Michael Essien firing on all cylinders, Chelsea took three points and second place, knocking Liverpool back to third...

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  21. Arshavin On Fire as Arsenal Win By Four

    Andrei Arshavins' second goal today coupled with Eduardos' flick-in against Burnley show that Arsenal can finish. Although after watching Bendtners' misses today, anyone could be forgiven for thinking that they can't...

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  22. Bendtner's Brace Lifts Gunners at The Hawthorns

    WBA 1 Arsenal 3 Nicklas Bendtner tonight showed us why Arsene Wenger has so much faith in him. His first goal on four minutes was decent enough, but his second on 40 mins was sublime...

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  23. UEFA, Platini, and Video Refs

    Michel Platini has been in the press lately for all the right and all the wrong reasons. First he announced that he is looking at proposals to restrict the levels of debt that football ...

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  24. Random Musings of an Arsenal Fan—22/02/2009

    Well, this weekend didn't exactly go to plan. Man-u won, Chelsea won and all we could muster was a very dry nil all. It seems to be a recurring theme, one which we cannot afford to maintain...

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