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Plucky Cherries Plucked off by The Gunners

Last weekend wasn’t the best of weekends for me but from a footballing perspective it was good. Spurs lost their unbeaten run, Manchester United were held at home, Jose Mourinho was sent off again. Beautiful. It all had to do with the Arsenal persp...
by Soccergunz on Nov 29, 2016

Giroud Grabs A Point From Old Trafford

Arsenal’s away record in early Saturday kick-offs have been awful but they nicked a point from Old Trafford on Saturday. It was a game that had so many records against the Gunners – most of which stood on. But, the Gunners were lucky to s...
by Soccergunz on Nov 21, 2016

One Week, More Trouble

It has been a disappointing footballing week especially if you are a Nigerian and you have an affiliation with North London. First the Premier League began it’s 2016/17 season but the 7 goal thriller at the Emirates was not to Arsenal’s f...
by Soccergunz on Aug 19, 2016

Vardy Triggered By The Gunners

The Guardian have reported that Arsenal have triggered Jamie Vardy’s release clause at Leicester City. The 29 year old striker, valued at £20 million, helped Leicester last season to the Premier League title. 30 – Jamie Vardy was involve...
by Soccergunz on Jun 4, 2016

One Last Arsenal Wish For The Season

Today, Arsenal travel to the Etihad to face Manchester City in a bid to finish at least 3rd on the table. It is the first of the last two games of the season. Can we have one last wish for the season? 0 – No more injuries. It is unfair to miss...
by Soccergunz on May 8, 2016

Sanchez Lifts Arsenal Above Westbrom to Third

Alexis Sanchez grabbed a brace as Arsenal returned to winning ways with a 2-0 victory over Westbrom at the scanty Emirates stadium. The gunners had thrown away leads in two previous games in the Premier League and needed all three points last night t...
by Soccergunz on Apr 22, 2016

Last Night in Sousse, Another Night in London

Some nights live forever, others fade away with disappointments and “what ifs”. Some nights will talked about for days, others will be omitted from current discussions because of the bitterness it is associated with. Last night in Sousse,...
by Soccergunz on Apr 21, 2016

Weekend Round Up: Arsenal’s Iwobi, the NPFL and Clubs on the Continent

Another weekend went by and Arsenal finally got a victory in the Premier League with Alex Iwobi the center of attraction. The 19 year old Nigerian international was voted man of the match as the Gunners grabbed all three points at Godison Park with t...
by Soccergunz on Mar 21, 2016

Cech Out The North London Derby

In the dying minutes of the shameful 2-1 defeat to Swansea at the Emirates, he ran upfront aiming add pressure to back-line and maybe grab a goal. For reasons best known to the gods, Cech picked up a hamstring injury in the process is reported to be...
by Soccergunz on Mar 4, 2016

Arsenal 1-2 Swansea – Another Degree of Shame

Arsenal did everything possible not to cut the gap between them and leaders Leicester City from 6 points to 3 points. Westbrom had opened the gate for the Gunners to come in but they chickened out in shame, pooing in their pants as Swansea grabbed al...
by Soccergunz on Mar 3, 2016

Arsenal vs Swansea – Time To Turn Right Tonight

Dear Arsenal, Tonight, you have another chance to show your fans and supporters that you still want to win the 2015/16 Premier League. Too often, you had let them down with embarrassing displays with the Old Trafford Rashford drama still fresh in the...
by Soccergunz on Mar 2, 2016

Fraudsters in Gold Rashed off at Old Trafford

Teenager Marcus Rashford made his Premier League debut by grabbing a brace against some fraudsters in dirty gold clothing. Two quick goals in the first half set the tone for Arsenal to lose 3-2 to a weakened Manchester United side. The Red Devils loo...
by Soccergunz on Feb 29, 2016

Welbeck, Walcott and Wenger’s Weekend

10 Months off, 7 minutes back, 3 touches, 1 goal. That is the summary of the man – Dat Guy – who broke the foxes and grabbed all three points at the Emirates. It was like a fairy tale. It was full of ecstasy. A moment every returning play...
by Soccergunz on Feb 15, 2016

88 Seconds of Vitality

After over 5 hours of Premier League football without a goal, the Gunners had double within 88 seconds. Mesut Ozil opened the scoring with a volley in the 24th minute. 88 seconds later, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored his first away premier League goa...
by Soccergunz on Feb 8, 2016

5 Points Behind, Familiar 4th Place Again

If Arsenal was a movie, what will you call it? Since finishing 2015 as leaders of the Premier League, the gunners have slowly ridden back to a familiar city – Fourth Upon Tyne. With just one league win in 5 games, Arsene Wenger’s lieutena...
by Soccergunz on Feb 3, 2016

Blue Rants and a very Red Disappointment

Moving on is harder than I expected, especially after losing a game to a Mourinho-less form-less Chelsea at home, thus losing the opportunity to return to the top of the table. This is a Chelsea that are 14th on the log, shared points with Everton, M...
by Soccergunz on Jan 26, 2016

Finally, Mohamed El Neny Joins Arsenal

After so many days, hours and minutes, the wait for a January signing is over. Arsenal have signed Mohamed Elneny from FC Basel. The 23-year-old midfielder spent three years with the Swiss club, making over 90 league appearances and winning three con...
by Soccergunz on Jan 14, 2016

Three Points Taken, Two Points Ahead, One Scrappy Win

It was a scrappy win but the three points were and are truly appreciated. It was a game where everything was average such that the smallest spark will burn out three points for one team. Lauret Koscielny scored a close range winner from a corner to g...
by Soccergunz on Jan 4, 2016

New Year, New Player, Newcastle

It is the beginning of another year -2016. By this time last year, we were sulking over the defeat at Saint Mary’s. We wish you a prosperous New Year with the believe that the Premier League title is coming back to Ashburton Grove. Mohamed El N...
by Soccergunz on Jan 2, 2016

Barcelona Again, Chelsea Again

Arsenal has been drawn to face Barcelona in the 2nd round of the UEFA Champions League. This is almost not surprising after the Gunners left it late to secure qualification to the knockout phase and thus finished 2nd. There were options to face Wolfs...
by Soccergunz on Dec 15, 2015


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