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Frequent visitors to the site may have seen that in November 2013 I decided to, albeit temporarily, retire this site. I simply couldn't put in the man hours required to keep it functioning, along with my university commitments. However, I missed doing it too much! I am back, but I'm going to trim the site down: 1) I won't be producing a post every other day 2) I am no longer going to produce a 'Match Preview' and 'Most Review' post for every game - those were getting stale! 3) Pages that require constant updates, such as squad stats, will probably be removed. So, this fan site is going to shrink to become a fan blog. I think that's a good thing. I won't have spend time I just don't have on the site, but I should be able to produce higher-quality posts, given that I'm not time-pressuring myself. Here's to yet another evolution of the site!

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I founded this site getting on for three years ago. This was simply because I love football, and I love Arsenal. Expressing my opinions on this platform has allowed me to have so many great debates with so many passionate people, taught me some great skills and almost - I say almost with as much contempt as possible - got

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Dortmund 0 – 1 Arsenal – Little Mozart leads the orchestra as Gunners pick up historic victory

Before Wednesday night's tie, Dortmund manager Jürgen Klopp vehemnently compared the precision Arsenal's performances this season to that of a well-oiled symphony orchestra. In their victory, Arsenal proved the German correct and while every player was on song, it was ex-Dortmund star Tomas Rosicky, the man they call 'Little Mozart', who was the crux of a hugely impressive midfield performance. Rosicky's

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  • Arsene Wenger will reignite his interest in Lyon midfielder Clement Grenier this month, having reportedly failed with a bid last summer.
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    Liam Prenderville, Mirror Football

  • Arsenal remain the favourite to sign German winger Julian Draxler. The Schalke star has a 45 million euro release clause.
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    Jan Aage Fjortoft

  • Arsène Wenger has hinted that Arsenal might be in the market for Bayern Munich's Mario Mandzukic, especially now that Theo Walcott is out injured for the rest of the season.
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    Jacob Steinberg, The Guardian

  • Arsenal are in late stage talks with Barcelona as Arsene Wenger seeks to secure a deal to sign Spanish international attacker Pedro for £24 million
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    Christian Bailey, Caught Offside

  • Arsenal are readying a move for Reading keeper Alex McCarthy. The 24 year old Royals custodian is seen by Arsene Wenger as a better back-up option to Wojciech Szczesny than Lukasz Fabianski.
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    The Newshound, Caught Offside