Why must we always miss a guilt edge chance when the games in balance? Why must we always concede only a few minutes after we miss a guilt edge chance? Why must we always give away goals for free to teams that don’t need any help from us? Why must we always have important players […]
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Mikel, we have a problem -3 Plan B Solutions for Arteta to consider
February 14, 2023 3
Firstly, what is the problem? The problem is that teams have found a perticilur tactic that seem to neutrulize ours. A tactic that involves having everyone behind the ball, having the midfield and attack central and most importantly doubling up on our wingers when they get the ball. All this while focusing primarily on direct […]
The one that doesn’t have them – how controlling the controllables sometimes isn’t enough(Positives Needs & Hopes)[ARS 1-1 BRE]
February 12, 2023 1
The one that doesn’t have them An Arsenal blog from a coach’s perspective Control and consistency. If you were to ask the elite football coaches for the two things that they strive for more than other it will be these two. Everybody’s trying to attain what Arsenal have achieved already. Nobody’s going to hand out […]
Keep the Faith: Can Eddie Help Maintain Arsenals Pre-World Cup Form?
December 19, 2022 2
It wouldn’t be an off-season or a break without some kind of Arsenal meltdown. However, this has been somewhat justifiable as our talisman, arguably the man who has epitomised our resurgence and our best start in PL history has just undergone surgery and will be out for most likely three months. I will not waste […]
Arteta will give Eddie Nketiah the opportunity to fill the big Jesus’ Boots
December 15, 2022 4
The World Cup has been enjoyable, with surprises galore and of course star performances from our boy Bukayo. However, as Arsenal fans are desperate for our domestic form to continue later this month, we will all have been watching with fingers crossed that none of our players picked up the dreaded injury. Hence, the news […]
3 months? Edu and Arteta start scrambling.
December 4, 2022 0
So, apparently, the worse case scenario has come to fruition. Jesus will not rise from his knee knock and is likely to be out for 3 months. This has sent London C into crisis mode and I have managed, through my second cousin’s dog walker’s step brother, to get a copy of Friday’s emergency exec […]
Pre-Season Flexibility between 433 and 352 -A Sign of Things To Come?
July 28, 2022 0
Arsenal signed off on their pre-season tour in the U.S with a thumping 4-0 win over Chelsea in sweltering Orlando on Saturday. This win gave us the chance to lift a relatively minor trophy in the Florida Cup before the big boy Emirates Cup rolls into town next week. But what does this all mean? […]
Jesus a Game Changer as Arsenal Second String demonstrate the Confidence Gap
July 21, 2022 3
The confidence gap POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES I think we all have a tendency to put labels on human characteristics. I used to do it until I became aware that it really is never closer than 80% true. In my job I teach children of all ages all day long. I have been doing it since […]
Jesus the final piece of Arteta’s Pressing Jigsaw?
July 20, 2022 0
With the media praising Arsenal’s early transfer business and with the obvious excitement over the addition of Gabriel Jesus, in particular, there will undoubtedly be pressure applied on Mikel Arteta. As an ardent supporter of our cool Spanish manager, when I consider this, I have no issue with it. Because Arteta has, over several transfer […]
Eddie Nketiah Gunner Stay – Arsenal and Ghana FA Announcements Imminent
May 27, 2022 1
Eddie Nketiah – Arsenal Star, Black Star? As per usual, the Arsenal faithful, are divided on the latest Gunner news, that Eddie Nketiah looks set to change his mind, after a recent successful run in the team, and accept a new deal at the club. Arteta has spoken very highly striker and done so publicly […]