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Arsenal's Fixtures Revealed

The first whiff of Premier League football is in the air after the fixtures for the 2012/13 season were released today.

Of course, as always, the tight fisted money grabbing egotistical arse-biscuits at the PL forbid any non-official site from publishing the full fixture list, but I`m sure by now you`ve had a goosey at what our season has in store for us. If not you can view the official site by clicking here.

Games of note:

As part of a tricky opening few games we take a trip to the Premier League champions on Saturday 22nd of September. The game will likely be moved to Sunday for TV coverage. At least that`s what I`m hoping otherwise it clashes with the wife`s birthday.

The first North London derby of the season takes place at Ashburton Grove on the 17th of November. Again, subject to change.

And finally. Our glorious, title winning season ends with the Champions gaining victory at St James` Park following what can only be described as a pleasant run in.

Can`t wait for it to get started.







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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 18 2012

Time: 9:34AM

Your Comments

October and December are the less tougher ones on paper. September and January the exact opposite.
Eboue=GOD
I can't believe they're making us play everyone twice. ********s!
Little Dutch
Arse-biscuits? THat is a new one on me! LOL
The Fear
******** tough start again this year.. No excuses this time not to sort out contracts and have a settled squad. Get your act right IG, SK and Wenger.
Sajit
Hmmm tough start and a very tough January by the looks of things. Hopefully we will have had the title wrapped up before the season ender at St James...oh im sorry, the Sports Direct Arena :-)
Ned Stark
.....You just had to that, Ned, didn't you :-)
Naijagunner
sly sports saying Giroud is a done deal.
nikolaijns
*do that*.
Naijagunner
If they get it right, then it's interesting news.
Naijagunner
 

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