Category Archives: The Bergy Blog

Arsenal’s British Core: Time to Stick or Twist

At the moment, Arsenal is a football club at a crossroads. Everywhere you look there are signs of division and the possibility for events to go one of two ways. The contracts of Alexis Sánchez and Mesut Özil are perhaps … Continue reading

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Munich Awaits! Time to make it count

Something a little different this week as Regular Bloggers Luke (@LukeIsPremium) and OG (@Hollefreund) team up to give their thoughts on drawing Bayern Munich in the Champions League. In a completely surprising turn of events (ha!), we’ve drawn German giants Bayern … Continue reading

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The evolution of Alexis Sánchez

Alexis Sánchez week by week is growing into the centre forward we’ve been waiting years for. Many have long called for him to get an extended run centrally whilst others have passed him up as “not a striker” entirely, but now we’re … Continue reading

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Manchester United’s plight a cautionary tale for Arsenal

Arsenal fans have no doubt been watching events unfold at Old Trafford this season with a grin on their face. The arrival of Jose Mourinho has not brought the level of success that usually follows the Portuguese manager wherever he … Continue reading

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Why this isn’t the time for a square Ramsey peg in a round tactical hole

As much as I would like to rant and rave about how this isn’t the November I was hoping for, I’ll spare you all… for now. Though we can be happy with our result against Ludogorets and a spirited 1-1 draw (though … Continue reading

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Arsenal must reshuffle to beat wounded United

With Saturday fast approaching we come to a major juncture of Arsenal’s season. Since Fergie left we’ve been in a few positions where we’ve gone to Old Trafford in the League with big expectations and suffered more than prospered. In … Continue reading

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Why Jack Wilshere has a future with Arsenal and England

It was at the 2009 Emirates Cup that Jack Wilshere first came to mine and many people’s attention. As a baby-faced 17-year-old, he burst onto the scene at the pre-season tournament and by the end of it he was the … Continue reading

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Why November is Arsenal’s make or break period

What could have been a woeful start to a season which contained such promise after the summer has turned into one filled with countless possibilities. After our 4-3 home loss on opening day to Jürgen Klopp’s revamped and revitalized Liverpool, … Continue reading

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Alex Iwobi’s Amazing Rise To Potential European Golden Boy

Alex Iwobi has been at Arsenal since the age of 9 and it’s been revealed that he was nearly released on 2 separate occasions, so how has he gone from the brink of leaving to being an established first team … Continue reading

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38 Points of Light

Gazing upwards on a cold, clear night in early October, millions of visible stars stare back from the celestial darkness like pin pricks on some piece of carbon construction paper, held aloft to a desk lamp.  They shine back against the blackness, … Continue reading

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