Match preview: Home match FA Cup against Watford

March 13, 2016 by  - Filed under Arsenal FC, FA Cup

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This weekend, Arsenal plays a home match against Watford. At Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon the Gunners will continue the defense of their title by seeking a return to Wembley for the third successive season! Midweek they played their fifth round replay against Hull City and they thrashed the Championship outfit with a 4-0 score! Last weekend, Arsenal came from 2-1 behind to snatch a draw in the North London derby against Tottenham at White Hart Lane in the Premier League. Watford also haven’t... 

Singing The Praises Of Song

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We all know Alex Song the tenacious, tough tackling defensive midfielder. Yesterday, however, he showed us a side to him that we had only glimpsed before. Song, 24, showed us that he’s not just a tough-tackling, knuckle-headed dm. In fact, he showed such incredible craft and vision so precise that he is on level terms with David Silva for most successful through balls. Defensive midfielder? Let’s see. We shall start at the beginning, where did he come from? Well, he was born Alexandre Dimitri... 

Class is PERMANENT – The King is back!

January 10, 2012 by  - Filed under Arsenal FC, FA Cup

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What a comeback! This one is going to be short and sweet we have witnessed something magical tonight no questions asked. I know we weren’t spectacular tonight and we lacked that killer pass in the end but who out of all players could really lift the team the fans and everyone who loves football. Of course the one who has a statue outside The Emirates stadium, do you know who he is? Well of course it’s Thierry Henry!  Thierry Henry!  Thierry Henry!  Thierry Henry!  Thierry Henry….! When... 

Captain Fabregas looks to guide Gunners to trophy

January 31, 2011 by  - Filed under Arsenal FC, FA Cup

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If there is one man who has symbolised Arsenal over the past five years, it is Cesc Fabregas. The Spaniard has enjoyed his fair share of highs as well as lows and will now look forward to ending the Gunner’s trophy-less run that extends back to 2005’s FA Cup win. Prior to the Carling Cup semi-final first leg against Ipswich the Spaniard warned against complacency and said that Ipswich would be a sterner test that most imagined. How right he was proved, not only in the first leg where a Tamas... 

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