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Features 2005

Feature articles by our contributors - 2005
Articles 1 to 16 (of 16) listed below

Analysis: How Arsenal will pull off a financing feat at Emirates
Who can build a major-league level stadium entirely with private money and make ...
The reasons Arsenal will finish fifth in the league this season...
... Just how useless are we? - A tribute to the moaners of this world.
Every new season brings new changes
It's been three seasons since I frequented the west lower. The need to get a degree has meant that I've spent the past ...
Members Day at Highbury
Thursday 04 August and time for something different: Members Day. This relaxed and informal two hour training session ...
Future matchday revenues - Some astonishing figures
Now that the club has revealed the cost of tickets at Emirates Stadium we can ...
Report: REDaction Summer meeting
Friday night I had the pleasure of attending the REDaction event in the Clockend Mezzanine Suite at Highbury. As always ...
Wenger opts for a heart transplant
I feel complete sorrow at the departure of Patrick Vieira. There are many words that I could use to describe him and ...
Moroninho
Personally I wouldn't have thought so, but maybe it is the norm for fixing of all descriptions to go on in Portuguese ...
Transfer Traumas
If you're an Arsenal supporter, the closed season is always and I mean always hard work.
Colegate A Modern Love Story
I've always tried to steer well clear of Arsenal metaphors; trying to rationalise my relationship with my beloved club ...
Stand up to the Champions
No one would argue that Chelski didn't deserve to win the League. They deserved it because they've played the most ...
Club Class Or No Class?
My dad was always having a pop at the fact that I've champagne tastes, with beer money. Yet when it comes to Highbury I ...
There's Something about Persie
There have always been those players who have divided a crowd. At Arsenal the likes of Martin Keown, Ray Parlour and, ...
The Return of the Invisible Man
I feel a little aggrieved. Usually after a night like Wednesdays, I feel angry or at least a little annoyed. This time ...
Arsenal's not so old boys
When the world's most overpaid union official opened his gob to criticise Arsenal over their lack of English players I ...
Something's rotten at Highbury But what is it?
Everything has already been said, written and commented on. The theories are ...
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