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We are delighted to offer a double post for Christmas. It begins with Trev’s excellent preview of our forthcoming match with the Canaries followed by some observations from the one and only Bob Wilson. This is followed by Bob’s discussion of Christmas at the Arsenal during his time at the club. We conclude by offering […]

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A Slow Train to London

Once again we are privileged to have another Guest Post from Ray Coggin. This piece evokes memories of mid-seventies railway travel to far flung away fixtures and its inherent vagaries and will ring many bells for those who have partaken in such delights. We would be delighted if you feel able to share your own […]

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This superb piece is courtesy of Ray Coggin, the brother of our very own Bodrum Gooneress. Thank you Ray, for sharing your personal memories of that epic season for the Arsenal, Helen, the Scouse lass and no doubt also for Mr D that will bring memories flooding back for Gooners of a certain vintage. Embed […]

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Arsenal’s Goalkeepers

When I set about writing this piece I imagined it was going to deal only with our current group of goalies and how blessed we are to have – transfer window and budgetary issues permitting – two top class goalkeepers, following an era when that has not always been the case. But for me, it […]

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Part 3 – The Basque Saviour? Mikel Arteta was a well-timed present from the Arsenal hierarchy to a disgruntled fan base. He was appointed just before Christmas and his first game in charge was at Bournemouth on Boxing Day. For us Holics it was a sombre time. After several months of increasingly poor health we […]

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