Posts By: Pedro

Weekend finishes on a LOL

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Well, I felt pretty terrible about life waking up yesterday morning, but then the mighty Spurs brightened up my day when they gave up a 3-0 lead inside 18 minutes after the second coming of Gareth Bale. Beautiful stuff. That killed off ‘THEY’RE GONNA WIN THE LEAGUE’ talk pretty fast. Spurs will be up there… Read more »

Arsenal creativity found wanting again

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Arsenal took a defeat away at the Etihad in the first game back after the international break. There are no two ways about it, the result was disappointing, but probably not the disaster performance many are trying to paint. Our truth right now is very similar to what it was last season under Mikel Arteta…. Read more »

… and we’re back

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Here we are, back together, ready to indulge in some peak-Barclays viewing today. So what can we expect away at Manchester City? A tough game. Sorry to be very obvious here, but Manchester City are hurting at the moment and they really need to impose themselves back on the league.

Partey time?

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This is going to be a power-post because the week I’m having looks like Denilson in midfield against Stoke. Mikel Arteta wants Arsene back at the club. I would like to see him back around us. He was a massive figure for me and he’s someone that I can still learn a lot of things… Read more »

Thomas Partey: Solid airport attire + SPACs to debut in sport?

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Is that… you… light…? Yes, it is. Finally, the bore-fest of international football is coming to a close and we have REAL football coming back to our screens. What better way to introduce a better reality than a Thomas Partey Arsenal.com special? I like the travel look. Clearly, this isn’t a man who cares about… Read more »

Free transfer rumours begin to swirl

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So… after a whole week of debating the merits of loaning out William Saliba, David Ornstein reckons he’ll be staying this season. What a bloody farce. The only thing I care about is the player being ready for next season. Keeping him is all well and good, but not if he doesn’t land any game… Read more »

Scouting and feeder clubs

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It’ll be very casual writing over the next couple of weeks. I don’t have much interest in the international matches and there’s not an awful lot going off on the Arsenal front. Houssem Aouar wants you to know he’s ok. Honestly, he’s just fine. “It wasn’t really Arsenal or nothing else, although at the end… Read more »