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Written by OneOfUs Monday, 27 June 2011 12:34

Truth is they all have a part to play. It should be obvious, but you can’t fill your squad with expensive, highly paid, stars, unless you’re Chelsea and Man City (although FFP looks set to challenge that big-spending policy). A hierarchy is vital; it’s a simple truth that some players will have to get acquainted with those car seats in the dugout, and if you want a happy dressing

Written by Mean Lean Wednesday, 15 June 2011 10:26

Former England and Arsenal full back and BBC football pundit, Lee Dixon is a script and storyline contributor for I AM PLAYR,  the first-ever point-of-view football online game. I AM PLAYR puts you in the boots of a professional player at River Park FC, allowing you to experience the life of a footballer,

Written by Wenger Boy Monday, 13 June 2011 13:03

What that tells us is that however honest and impeccably straight Mr Usmanov might have been during the interview the fact remains that it is remarkably easy to make promises while acting on them remains beyond your present capabilities. And there is a vast history of just these types of promises being shattered into a million tiny lies as soon as the power to act on them is granted to the person

Written by Wenger Boy Thursday, 09 June 2011 12:21

The first thing that this adventure has taught is that our DNA as Arsenal fans must dictate that we attack each other incessantly, Twitterly disputing each and every individual, minute, tiny little atomic piece of information, news, gossip and/or complete and utter tripe. Every time a story is released –  accurate or not - it is effectively thrown to the lions as literally thousands of Arsenal followers rip every aspect of its content to shreds before leaving the decaying carcass of a valid argument to turn on each

Written by Wenger Boy Monday, 06 June 2011 12:51

But rather than let all of that weigh heavy on your mind like a jagged granite hat I’ve decided to provide a list of 101 things that I consider to be more fun, useful or, indeed, imaginative than needlessly stressing about what has already been an annoying and sigh inducing transfer period. I’m sure from the content of the list you will be fully able to work out a) how excited I am about the

Written by Mean Lean Thursday, 02 June 2011 00:26

Perhaps I take the quality of Cesc Fabregas for granted and when Cesc is not quite at his best, he is still often one of the better performers on the pitch. I also think that when Cesc has been good this season, he has contributed to many of our goals and that has boosted up his ratings. His highest rating

Written by Squid Boy Friday, 27 May 2011 13:21

I have decided that the most disappointing player for me all season was our captain Cesc Fabregas. I love him so much but his lack of contribution this year has been a significant factor in our downfall. While his football has clearly been mixed it is his attitude which has disappointed me most - his limp and selfish performance at the Nou Camp and his absence the last day of the season are not things I would