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A lifelong Arsenal season-ticket holder’s journey to disillusionment

My Arsenal life – The Good, the Bad and the Vainglorious by Geoff Wood

The following is a potted history of my Arsenal supporting journey to date, and an honest summary of our current manager and what we are spoon fed.

Have Arsenal fans started protest – or just don’t care any more?

Have Arsenal fans given up? by DN

Arsenal’s hopes of even making the Top Three are now going down the plug-hole at an alarming rate. Two local derby draws have destroyed our chances of catching Leicester (or Tottenham by the looks of things) and we now have to fight Man City for the automatic Champions League spot.

Is Wenger right to call out moaning Arsenal fans?

It sounds to me as if Arsene Wenger is not just complaining about the way that Arsenal fans have been behaving of late, he is actually suggesting that the home crowd at the Emirates and the negative atmosphere they produced was a big factor in the Gunners being knocked out of the FA cup by Watford.

Will Arsenal home form kill Premier League title challenge?

Arsenal need to get a lot of things right if we are to have any hope of lifting the Premier League trophy in May, as well as needing the teams facing the two clubs above us in the table doing us a favour by taking points off Leicester and Tottenham. One former Gunner who knows what it takes to win is Ray Parlour and he has identified one particular area where the Gunners must improve.

Expect lots of goals when Arsenal face Burnley

We all know the Gunners are on a bad run of form in the Premier League, having gone three games without a win, but do not be fooled by this run as they have actually played very well against traditionally difficult opponents, and they will now be all set to get back to winning ways tomorrow when they face Burnley at the Emirates.

Yes Wenger can be annoying but he has done great things for Arsenal

Let’s Stop Kicking Arsene Wenger by CS

I’m not an AKB or AOB Cheerleader, and I believe all genuine Arsenal fans want the best for the Club. Everyone is entitled to their opinions, and everyone’s right to hold an opinion should be respected by everyone else, even if you disagree with it.

Should Arsenal fans join Bayern ticket price protest?

Arsenal fans and Supporters Groups are always complaining about paying the highest prices in Europe to go and watch our team, but it very rare to actually see many organised protests against the club’s policies. Now it seems that the Bayern Munich supporters, who have had to pay £64, which will rise to €100 Euros (£74) with fees and postage, and that is for the cheapest ticket.