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Don’t let the Win over Cologne Disguise another Poor Display and Odd Selections ahead of a the Real Test

The result of the match should not disguise that this was another poor performance. The first half was a copy of the game between Spurs and Borussia Dortmund except that we were the dominant force and we should have punished Cologne as Dortmund who had 63% possession should have punished Spurs. The similarity of approach […]

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Could Wilshere be the alternative Xhaka partner to Ramsey (Getty Image AFC Sturat Macfarlane)

Wilshere ‘No.10’ rather than Ramsey ‘Wannabe 10’ could be a better link to Ozil ‘At 10’

Brilliantly inspired by Dave’s blog about Jack Wilshere (by the way: it’s not Wiltshere, it’s not Wilshire, it’s Wilshere. The number of times his name is misspelled is appalling), I started thinking about how our former academy gem could actually re-build his career at the Arsenal. Our man has quite some way to go after […]

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Could Wenger try a 352 System in ‘Big Games’ with Coquelin added to Central Midfield in 2017/18?

Arsenal Expectations for 17/18 We are all awaiting new signings (Lemar?), and the Leicester game in the coming weeks. The Charity Shield* may be interesting, but then it is just a friendly, and an actual trophy win vs. Chelsea in May was better than any prospective glorified friendly “win”. Mourinho called it “half a trophy”, […]

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