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Are you an Arsenal Fan or a glory-hunter?

WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A GOONER? by RS

I know all of you would be sad right now and furious on our team’s performance. But Gooners, I want to ask each one of you some very basic questions.

JustArsenal Fantasy Premier League teams 2013/14

Its a great idea to have a Justarsenal.com Fantasy Premier League, and I wish I had created it before two of our readers who beat me to it!

First off we have one created by the enigmatic “k” and the code is 580900-317858

Brighton boss Poyet wants to manage Arsenal

Arsenal travel to Brighton tomorrow for the fourth round of the FA cup, and Arsene Wenger knows that the game will not be easy. The current manager of the Seagulls, Gus Poyet, has done great things for the club since joining them just over three years ago. He got them promoted from League one in his first full season and was voted manager of the year.

Name the Arsenal score and win a tour of The Emirates

Arsenal are lined up to play Bradford on Tuesday for a place in the semi-finals of the Capital One Cup, and the Gunners are very hot favourites to book their place in the next round.

Giroud ready to repay Arsenal fans with Goals

After making sly little digs about Arsenal throughout the Champions league programme last night, the ITV presenter Adrian Chiles, who is a West Brom fan, said something like `I bet they go and stuff us on Saturday now`. Well if Olivier Giroud has anything to do with it Adrian, we will. The French striker has spoken about how much it meant to him earlier in the season to know that the Arsenal fans were fully behind him.

Arsenal fans need to stop Battering Ramsey

It seems that some Arsenal fans are determined to think the worst of Aaron Ramsey and would be perfectly happy if he never played for the Gunners again. I agree that he has not rediscovered the form that had people predicting a glittering career for the Welshman before his progress was halted by a horrific double fracture of his right leg, which kept him out for nearly a year. His return has been a slow process, with loans to Nottingham Forest and Cardiff City and a difficult season for Arsenal last year.

Arsenal will NOT lose Mannone to Italy

Arsenal have two of the top three keepers in the squad out of action due to injury, so reports last week that Vito Mannone was looking for a return to Italy were about as welcome as a fart in a spacesuit. The 24-year old Italian keeper has reassured Gooners that he has no intention of leaving the Emirates anytime in the foreseeable future.

Why is Wenger reluctant to spend Arsenal transfer kitty in January?

If you believe what the papers say then Arsenal are going to hand Arsene Wenger anything from £35 million up to over £50 million to spend on players in the January transfer window. Latest reports suggest that Le Prof is carefully considering whether to spend it or not.