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Belief, Hardship and Bigger Ambitions – Or Smith Rowe, Saka and Martinelli will go the way of Fabregas, Nasri and van Perise

I recently watched “The Dawn Wall”, a superb documentary about one on the most epic sporting ventures of recent times. A truly inspiring watch.Although I’m not into free-climbing at all, I found it quite inspirational and started thinking about the two main psychological aspects of this adventure: belief and hardship.The goal that these two young […]

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Go on Mikel – Gamble on Gabi Tonight!

Let’s face it, the past few days has not been up there with our best as Arsenal fans. We wait for 2 weeks to see our team, allow the anticipation and confidence to grow, as we await the visit of a faltering Liverpool, shorn of any proper centre backs and we are rewarded with an […]

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Tierney virtually a Striker as Arsenal Transition to 235 in Attack – Tactical Breakdown of win at Amex

The Seagulls have been a tough opponent for the Gunners since their promotion back in 2017. But yesterday, it was Arteta’s men who prevailed. In this article, I analyse the game in detail. Formations/tactics Mikel Arteta retained his tried and tested 4-2-3-1 system, but with Aubameyang coming in for Lacazette to lead the line. Elneny […]

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