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The Midfield Pairing to back is Cazorla and Xhak – That is the Short and Tall of it!

I don’t know about you guys, but I will be the first to admit that I came to support Arsenal quite by chance when I was 13. Back then I knew little of club football, except for this Ruud van Nistelrooy jersey that an aunt had bought me. I also had a Ronaldo jersey, the […]

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Wenger questioned post Lverpool

A Wave of change in the Premier League which all but Arsenal are riding the crest of?

“The past four days have been extremely trying for me, and all Arsenal fans I would assume, following our opening day defeat at home to Liverpool. Sunday’s 4-3 reverse meant that we have only won one of our last six games on the opening weekend of the Premier League, which was that last-gasp 2-1 home […]

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Do Arsenal actually have a deeper, better quality squad than Man City?

“My optimism, and I surprise myself in saying this, is down to a renewed faith in our squad players over that of our rivals and particularly those on the blue side of Manchester.”– Dave Seager. Granted, Dave said this a couple of days before our deflating 1-1 draw at Norwich so I’m not entirely sure […]

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Santi Corners

Arsenal are no good at Set Pieces – Fact or Fiction? Find Out here!

When Olivier Giroud scored the opening goal from a crossed Mesut Ozil free-kick in our game against West Brom, I’m pretty sure I wasn’t the only Gooner who felt that the team had been scoring a lot more frequently from set-pieces this season. I have commented on it myself on my blog, and I’ve read […]

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A Tale of 2 Amigos – The Rise of Hector and Nacho to be amongst the World’s elite

“It is difficult. Even if I had not played a lot last season, in my head I would return to start after my recovery. But, at the Community Shield against Chelsea, Wenger chose him, Bellerin. It was a surprise and a disappointment. Let’s say it [leaving] crossed my mind.”- Mathieu Debuchy. Football is indeed, as […]

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MOM in Community Shield

The Oxlade-Chamberlain Conundrum – Time to step up or step back!

“You become a complete player at 23. From 23 to 30 is certainly where you are at your best. He has the future in front and it’s a bright one.”-Arsene Wenger on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. After his match-winning performance in the Community Shield win over Chelsea in August, many tipped young Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to push on […]

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