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Can Arsenal’s Greek colossus be the pillar of defense that thwarts Napoli’s attack? (Europa QF Preview – 2nd Leg)

Napoli vs. Arsenal Europa League preview QF 2nd Leg (0-2 Aggregate)   We’re heading to southern Italy, and the city of Naples – or Napoli in Italian. Napoli has been the biggest challenger to Juventus of late, beating either bigger clubs like Inter and AC Milan in this regard. They’re no slouches really – since they […]

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Arsenal 3-0 BATE Borisov (3-1) – Relief as centre-backs spare Gunner’s Europa blushes [Positive Needs & Hopes]

A Tale of Execution and Deception POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES I feel happy but still concerned. Ultimately happy. Did we need to produce a fluid performance?… not really. Did we need the 3-0 victory?…. absolutely. As forgettable as these two games have been they were pivotal to Emery and Arsenal. The longer we don’t make […]

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Why Winning the Europa League may not be good for Arsenal

I’m going to play Devil’s Advocate here. Firstly – let me acknowledge the benefits of winning the Europa League (otherwise known as Europe’s Tallest Dwarf Competition). Winning a trophy Winning a European Competition (albeit a bit of a joke competition) Returning to Champions League football Reaping rewards of CL football Being more attractive to new […]

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