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Southgate needs Saka on the bench tonight

Well, as an Arsenal and England fan, Friday evening can only be described as frustrating in the extreme. To watch the Three Lions toil with no attacking flair and with a defensive minded double pivot, inclined to pass safely and sideways or backwards, was like, well like watching Arsenal. The evening was made even more […]

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Saka’s Flexibility must make Gareth Southgate take notice for the Euros

There has been a huge amount of revisionist hindsight amongst the Arsenal fanbase this week after Bukayo Saka’s stunning performance at left back against Newcastle. Suddenly, everybody had always wanted the young England International played there in Kieran Tierney’s injury absence and had Arteta played him there the previous Thursday, Arsenal might still be in […]

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Belief, Hardship and Bigger Ambitions – Or Smith Rowe, Saka and Martinelli will go the way of Fabregas, Nasri and van Perise

I recently watched “The Dawn Wall”, a superb documentary about one on the most epic sporting ventures of recent times. A truly inspiring watch.Although I’m not into free-climbing at all, I found it quite inspirational and started thinking about the two main psychological aspects of this adventure: belief and hardship.The goal that these two young […]

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