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14 for Fourteen: Auba’s heroic performance and Arteta’s eagle eye add sparkle to Arsenal’s future

14 for Fourteen POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES  Perhaps there is no bigger compliment to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang than Arsenal winning the FA Cup off the back of two huge TEAM performances where all the players take huge credit yet one man STILL stands out! That’s some feat! Each player will get credit (below) as they should […]

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Caveat: we’re not very good – discussing Arsenal’s win over Watford and prospects against Chelsea (Episode 15)

Episode 15S “Preparing for the Cup Final • Maximizing Creativity” The lads take a look at the Watford game, digest a season that can ‘get in the bin’ and look ahead to the FA Cup Final against Chelsea. With a fair bit of worry. Another bite-sized chunk of Arsenalness delivered fresh to your cranium. Tune […]

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LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 27: Aaron Ramsey celebrates scoring Arsenal's 2nd goal during the match between Arsenal and Chelsea at Wembley Stadium on May 27, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Aaron Ramsey

More of the same, please: Arsenal looking for a repeat of 2017 as they face Chelsea in the FA Cup Final

Arsenal FA Cup Final Preview Arsenal progressed to the FA Cup final with an excellent 2-0 victory over previous holders Manchester City last weekend. The Gunners will take on fellow Londoners Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday August 1st and it will be Mikel Arteta’s first chance to secure silverware as Arsenal manager. Arteta previously lifted […]

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Preparing for the Cup Final • Maximizing Creativity [Talking Tactics – Episode 14]

Episode 14T “Preparing for the Cup Final • Maximizing Creativity” Our resident tactics experts (and Gav) discuss the upcoming Watford game – and whether it should be used as a test-run for the Cup Final against Chelsea. Mike and Woz also explore ways of getting more link-up between our midfield and attack in the current, […]

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