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Arsenal News


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  • Episode 469 – Arsene calls it quits April 20, 2018
    Welcome to another episode of the Arsecast – the Arsenal podcast. Two podcasts in one day, but this is no ordinary day. Earlier, Arsene Wenger announced his intention to leave the club at the end of the season, and it’s been an emotional rollercoaster since. First, I talk to James from Gunnerblog about his reaction […]
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  • Arsenal Gentleman’s Weekly Review April 20, 2018
    And so it has come to pass. Our dear Alan Windsor, our rock, our ever-present, the only manager some of the faithful have ever known, is to depart the managerial bench, some fifteen years older than Herbert Chapman was when he died. Saddest of all will be the nation’s worst journalists and pundits, who will […]
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  • Wenger disappointing on the Arsenal attendance issue + club do right by fans April 20, 2018
    It was, generally speaking, a fairly uneventful press conference yesterday, as the manager spoke ahead of the West Ham game on Sunday. We can do some of the team news etc a little closer to the game, but the one stand-out piece of injury info is that Henrikh Mkhitaryan could be fit for next Thursday […]
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  • Episode 468 – Tickets, Europe, Stuff and Things April 20, 2018
    Welcome to another episode of the Arsecast – the Arsenal podcast. After a slow Arsenal news week, this episode begins with Daniel Storey of Football 365, and we look back on the Premier League season as a whole after Man City have been crowned champions. We chat about the quality in the league this season, […]
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  • Every (Away) Day Is Like Sunday April 19, 2018
    Arsenal’s away form has been a going concern for the entire season- the Gunners waited until October 22nd for their first win on the road. A quirk of the fixture list meant that Arsene Wenger’s side went 6 weeks without an away fixture recently and a little momentum was built with consecutive home wins against […]
    Tim Stillman