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Arsenal: Wet day, but no sticky Sunday

@LaboGoon opens up the wrap this morning After a slow start to the season Arsenal recovered well to now have four victories on the bounce in all competitions; and it’s off the back of that form that we host Everton at the Emirates this afternoon to cap off another great weekend of Premier League action […]

Arsenal: A stroll on Thursday evening

  Good morning All Positives, An evening we all expected to be an easy run out developed as planned. The Ukranian side had some ability and were fit and organised but never threatened an upset or even, unfortunately, to give our fringe players who stepped up for the evening a hard work-out. The half empty […]

Arsenal Taking Goals To Newcastle

A nostalgic look back, no wait – back to our away-winning ways with Unai Emery by @ArsenalAndrew Once upon a time, any action that could be likened to “taking coal to Newcastle” was the sign of a needlessly pointless activity. That Arsenal scored two goals and, for the first time in a year, earned maximum […]

Arsenal: Going To Newcastle With Lock Pickers

Today’s lock-picking contributor is @labogoon Newcastle have endured a grim start to this season, and sit in the bottom three with just one point to show for their efforts; hopefully Arsenal will add to their misery as we visit Tyneside this afternoon. Good day one and all … With a better start to the Premier […]

Arsenal: All Change No Change

@GoonerReverend and the Arsenal early Autumn vibe   When Arsene Wenger said farewell at the end of last season the vocal element of the Arsenal fan base credited it as being the seminal day in Arsenal’s history and that everything would instantly get better now. With the appointment of Unai Emery the same section of the […]

Gf60 + The Arsenal : “My most exciting game (outside of Championship deciders and Cup finals)”.

Ian posted this in the Summer of 2017, the football match he remembered so well from almost 60 years before.  Isn’t it strange that when you cast your mind back over literally hundreds of games that really got you going, drenched with sweat, hoarse, really exhausted as though you’d covered every blade of grass on […]

Gf60 – Ian Snelling Arsenal Supporter 1943 to 2018 RIP

Ian put up this picture taken by one of his sons celebrating the 2-0 win over the enemy on the 18th November 2017. Mills writes;  Ian Snelling, or as we knew him on various Arsenal blogs, gf60 has died. He died in the first week of June 2018, his last post on PA as far […]