Tag Archive: Szczsney

Gervinho, Angha, Rosicky, Szczsney, Fabianski, and blahdey blah blah…

Morning folks. Today is one of those painfully slow Thursday’s. There’s no pre-match conference, no real team news ahead of the weekend’s fixture. I could talk to you about last night’s Champions League games, but, to be frank, I don’t…
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Wilshere, Walcott, Ramsey, Diaby, Szczsney, and other bits ‘n’ bobs.

Afternoon folks. It’s going to be a relatively short and sweet entry today. Most of my daily writing time has been taken up doing a guest post for Daniel Cowan over at North London Is Red – you can have…
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Starting XI for the game against Norwich City.

Morning folks. We’ll start with the good news, shall we. Jack Wilshere is in the Arsenal squad for today’s fixture. Will he start? I’d say that’s highly unlikely. Will he feature? I’d same that’s very likely . Given how cautious…
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Wilshere and Sagna play a full 90, and Arsenal could have keeper problems.

Morning folks. After all that hullabaloo with internationals, isn’t it mighty fine knowing that our beloved Arse are only a couple of days away? It’s quite glorious, in fact. You’ll have to forgive the shortness of today’s post. It’s one…
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M’Vila admits interest, Arsenal players pack their bags and other bits.

Afternoon, intrepid perusers from across this ‘ere planet. Sometimes when I begin my daily blog, I stare vacantly at the screen hoping to be hit with inspiration. During the season, this rarely is a problem. But when news is dedicated…
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Arsene speaks, Laurent baffles, Wojciech’s bad shoulder, Theo returns?, M’Vila fluff and bits.

Morning, folks. “Where was yesterday’s post?” I hear you sneer. Well, I was a busy fellow at work; feverishly scurrying about the premises preparing an array of treats for those inconsiderate enough to require feeding. It happens occasionally; my time…
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Starting XI against Wigan, team news and Szczesny says all the right things.

FA Premiership, April 16th: Arsenal Vs Wigan Morning, darlings. Wigan deserve enormous credit. In their recent games, whilst battling to avoid demotion, they’ve shown real fight and have come away with good results – they beat Liverpool, United and only…
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