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Bellerin, Bellerout, shake it all about - Good morning to you. My routine for the last 10 years, at least, has always been the same. Wake up, make coffee, ‘do’ Arseblog. Over the years that has changed slightly, but not much. Part of that morning routine now involves checking in over at Arseblog News to see what comments are waiting moderation overnight. I deal with those in line with our comments policy. For example, if you use text speak, saying ‘u’ instead of ‘you’, ... http://ow.ly/2X8eVZ

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Mertesacker hails impact of young stars - The frustration felt by many at the disappointing first part of the season led criticism of the team, manager and individual players. There were reasons, of course. The lack of pre-season for some players off the back of a World Cup summer, a dreadful imbalance in the squad which saw it top heavy with attacking players that were hardly used while we were crying out for defenders, and even simple things like players struggling fo... http://ow.ly/2X5yW5

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Wilshere: I’m ready for first team action - Jack Wilshere says he’s ready to make his return to first team action after completing 90 minutes for the U21s in a 4-1 win over Stoke at the Emirates last night. The England midfielder has been out of action since November when a bad challenge damaged ankle ligaments, but he’s now made two appearances in the last week and is on his way back to full fitness. Speaking to the official site after the game, he said, “You can train... http://ow.ly/2X5kwf

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Wilshere facing a big challenge on return to fitness - Morning all. There was some U21 action of interest last night as we beat Stoke 4-1 at the Emirates. Jack Wilshere and Serge Gnabry played the full game, Mikel Arteta for an hour, and there was 70+ minutes from Abou Diaby. A hat-trick from young striker Alex Iwobi helped Steve Gatting’s side come out on top, but from our point of view we’re looking at what the senior men did and what it means for the first team. Wher... http://ow.ly/2X4Zyr

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Trio to get another U21 run-out - Having turned out for the U21s last week, Mikel Arteta, Jack Wilshere and Abou Diaby will again feature for Steve Gatting’s side when they face Stoke City at the Emirates tonight. It’s the latest step on the comeback trail for the midfield trio with Arteta and Wilshere out since November, while Diaby has missed most of the last two seasons through thigh and knee injuries. The club also confirm that Serge Gnabry, who has missed a lot of ... http://ow.ly/2X2bEL

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We won’t catch Chelsea but there’s much to be positive about http://ow.ly/2X1xxT

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Video: Szczesny vs Ospina – Who’s better? (2014/15) - Here is a video featuring Szczesny and Ospina, enjoy. Who do you prefer? Subscribe to Arsenal Editor’s YouTube channel. Follow me on Twitter – @Arsenal_Editor http://ow.ly/2X03ll

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Arsecast Extra Episode 62 – 06.04.2015 - Here’s this week’s Arsecast Extra with myself and James from @Gunnerblog. On this week’s show we look back on the thumping 4-1 win over Liverpool, discuss the goals, the overall performance and what it means for the rest of the season. We also answer questions sent to us by listeners about Hector Bellerin, Francis Coquelin, the goalkeeping situation for the rest of this season and what we might do about it for next, and free kick... http://ow.ly/2WYxTU

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Olivier Giroud is quite good - Bank holiday greetings! And that concludes today’s blog. Thanks for stopping by. Until next time. Now I feel bad. I should write some more. Maybe one of those innovative, irascible ‘5 things we learned from smashing the Mugsmashers’ articles. Ok then. 1 – You cannot throw porcupines very far. 2 – A pineapple is, because of its prickly hide, quite a dangerous weapon. 3 – If a man is on a train travelling at 60mph heading south and another m... http://ow.ly/2WYbW8

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Boss and BFG big up Arsenal’s Belle boy - Arsene Wenger says Hector Bellerin’s goal against Liverpool is further proof the young right-back has a promising future at the Emirates. The Spaniard, who last week made his debut for his country’s under-21 side, capped a milestone week by kick-starting the Gunners’ 4-1 victory with his second goal of the season and by shackling the attacking intent of Raheem Sterling. While the boss acknowledges that Bellerin has room for impr... http://ow.ly/2WWjQp
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