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  • Blog
    Bournemouth
    Bournemouth at the Emirates; Breaking the Run of Draws

    Bournemouth came out with pace against another surprising lineup. I mentioned that it looks like Wenger is trying to prove to his squad that he has a squad! All joking aside, rotation was very necessary and it was the highlight of the outing. Xhaka, Elneny, Oxlade-Chamberlain, and Debuchy got the start today and answered the […]

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    north
    North London Derby to the Bland Period

    It’s been quite the week in this world, with the US presidential election dominating the media.  It’s amazing how far of a reach this controversial reality tv show reaches.  There aren’t really the highs or lows of winning or losing.  Most are just reserved and disinterested, but curious to see how it plays out.  Much […]

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    Brace
    A Brace of Braces; Sunderland Away

    A brace for Alexi and a brace for Giroud off the bench is the forward performance that the fans have been dreaming of for years.  The Sunderland match over the weekend magnified the squad depth that we are still getting used to utilizing.  The rotation that Arsene has allowed us to have this season is […]

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    swansea
    Swansea at Home; Arsenal’s New Look

    With two tight victories in a row, there is a lot to be happy about. Win at all costs, with fluidity as a unit.  The Arsenal are undefeated since the opening match of the season and are looking forward to a favorable group of home fixtures in succession. A casual start to the Swansea match […]

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    narrow
    A Narrow Victory and Positives At the Top

    It was not a historic performance that saw us recover ground on the league leaders.  The match against Burnley was not a failure for Ozil and it wasn’t even a failure for Wenger.  The insisted approach to the match was to maintain the formation and system that the squad had been playing up until this […]

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    focus
    Focus on the Details; Arsenal 3-0 Chelsea

    Watch the highlights from the Arsenal  3-0 Chelsea match on the GoonerInCali Media page! By now, you’ve already read a minimum of three blogs on last weekend’s match and have been watching the highlights on a continuous loop. The win over Chelsea was jaw-dropping, inspiring, confidence-boosting, brilliant, and downright deserved. This is the way that we […]

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    legends
    International Break and Arsenal Legends

    Finally, it’s over!  The break comes at such an awkward time, with the transfer window closing and teams just starting to gel.  I didn’t pay close attention to the World Cup 2018 qualifiers, but our boys have been getting in the spotlight for their international performances.  Some for the right reasons, others for media trolling […]

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    Opening
    Opening Day Disappointment, Round 7

    Familiar. The shocking stats that are floating around include 1 Arsenal win in the last 7 starts to the season.  As a stat man, one would expect Wenger to over-analyze and repair an obvious and completely objective fault.  Negatives on the day will consist of a missed penalty, soft fouls given away, and possible injuries […]

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    preseason
    Preseason; Arsenal vs. Chivas Live in Los Angeles!

    I was lucky enough to see the Arsenal play Chivas de Guadalajara in Los Angeles during the last match of their preseason Tour of the USA!  It was amazing to see the Arsenal squad from a different view without the unbearable commentary.  I couldn’t help but to form insightful new opinions on certain players and […]

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    Summer 2016
    Summer 2016; Transfers and Youth

    Yet again, we have been left foolishly hopeful that Wenger would’ve approached this summer transfer window with Drake’s advice to “play it dirty, not clean”.  As I prepare to head to Los Angeles for the last preseason match of the Arsenal US tour, I realise that we as fans are in the familiar stasis of […]

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