Posts By: Pedro

Arsenal big names need a BIG performance at Old Trafford

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It’s the BIG ONE. Arsenal vs Manchester United. Away from home. The reignition of a classic? Maybe. Both sides head into this game out of form in the league. United haven’t won at home for three games. We haven’t won away against a top 6 side in 359 years. We are both not where we… Read more »

Arteta looks to kickstart phase 2 of the process.

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I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that this weekend is a HUGE moment for the Arsenal project this season. Win, and we’ve taken down a strong United side in a low moment for Arsenal. Lose, and everyone will throw a shit fit on the internet and life will be sad for a while…. Read more »

It was Dundalk buuuuut…

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Ok, so, let’s set the tone here. It was Dundalk. Every time some praise triggers you in this post, remember the above line. Ok, here we go.

Reframing expectations.

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‘United will get run ragged by the German boys’ The coolest take of mine this week. Getting smashed by OGS 5-0 is embarrassing. But look, that’s the reality of United, they have a lot of good players that on their night, can be absolutely devastating. … poor Nagelsmann. That’s a real spanking. Another one of… Read more »

Can Arteta defy the typical Arsenal narrative?

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Well good morning to you all! Lots going on in the world of Arsenal, my overall take from a fan perspective is that everyone is just a little bit miserable. Look, I understand you, because I look at your Facebook data for a living. You are sad that you stopped reading, there’s no more power-yoga… Read more »

THINGS I’D LIKE TO SEE ARTETA ADDRESS

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Well here we are. The day after. I’ve been doing some thinking. Ignoring the ‘haters’ as American’s would say, and I have some thoughts. Some people say ‘the best thoughts.’ Enjoy. FRESH IDEAS FOR AN OLD PROBLEM I bought into a hipster vision of a manager that would play exciting football that was so expressive,… Read more »