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Does Emery’s New Arsenal need a winger or can we continue to score a plenty without one?

Do we need a wide-man?   It’s often said these days that we need a winger, or a general wide man. I can see why this is said. Last year, we often played sideways football in front of the opposing defence, looking for the telling opening. However, I don’t think a winger would solve this. […]

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The reasons why Arsenal’s FA Cup win was the day The Gunners became Contenders again

Arsenal FA cup win can be catalyst for change It was a script many a Hollywood writer would reject, for it seeming a little too unrealistic and far-fetched but Arsenal have won the FA cup despite all the odds stacked against them. Arsenal are now the greatest team in FA cup history, winning it a […]

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Who can forget?

Welbeck back in for Giroud to taunt the Foxes once again – AFC v LCFC

Tonight’s clash with Leicester City marks our first game on home soil for three weeks, with that 3-0 win and performance against West Ham now a very distant memory. Since then we had the disaster that was Crystal Palace away, followed by Arsene Wenger’s unexpected tactical switch to a 5-3-1-1 with wing-backs at Middlesbrough. Then […]

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3 at back v United and Stoke

Wenger – Once a Trendsetter himself but now a Follower of Football Fashion

Arsene Wenger in the last week is finally following the football fashion where once he set it by becoming the 17th Premier League manager to play a 3 at the back system in 2016/17. This made me think of a series of 4 articles I write on my old site in the summer of 2015 […]

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Wenger is mistaken in his Criticism of Arsenal Fans – By attacking the Minority he insults the Majority

Having frequently criticised Arsene in the past, there will undoubtedly be some members of our fan base who will hold the view that supporters like me, who openly question our manager, take some form of enjoyment from seeing him come under increasing pressure from fans and the media. However, the reality is that the sadness […]

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Questioning the Arsenal does not have to be all about ‘Arsene’

Having collected the maximum six points from our last two fixtures, the mood has certainly improved among the clubs fan base in recent weeks. Despite this, the two goal victory at Bournemouth which got us back to winning ways two weeks ago, wasn’t enough to curtail the disagreements between Arsenal supporters on social media sites. […]

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