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Analysing Arsenal’s Brazilian wonder kid, Martinelli and why he should start against Chelsea

  Summer 2019, it was announced that the Gunners would acquire the services of the Brazilian wonder kid, Gabriel Martinelli, who impressed multiple scouts with his performances in South America. The assumption initially was that the talented teenager would be integrated into the U23’s and play his football predominantly there. But following a sequence of […]

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Arteta comes up with the plan for the players to execute – If the plan isn’t working CHANGE IT!

There are times as a writer, be it professional or hobbyist, where you begin to question the futility of penning thoughts that you consider to be becoming repetitive. That’s the stage I had reached on Monday morning, following yet another league defeat the night before. In truth, I was sulking but as with anything that […]

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Is Tonight Arsenal’s time for the first Top 6 Away win in 5 Years? – Into the Champions’ cauldron

So, it’s back to Anfield for us then. This is a ground with some very mixed fortunes in our history. Anfield 89 stands out, of course. Some of our best league wins in the Wenger-winning period were at Anfield – Pires’s curlers were grand, as was Henry skinning his former Sky pundit buddy Carragher in […]

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Our Boy from São Paulo- What kind of impact will Gabriel Martinelli have this coming season?

When Gabriel Martinelli arrived in the summer of 2019 from third tier Brazilian side Ituano FC, not many would have predicted the teenagers incredible impact in his first season in arguably the toughest league in the world, however the 19-year old has been nothing short of a revelation leading him to gain plaudits from some […]

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Arsenal Taking a Hybrid City and Liverpool look? Early indication of whats to come from Arteta

Arteta has certainly shown his adaptability in his use of different formations and systems since he took over. Pre COVID-19, Ozil was a regular feature in the side. 4-2-3-1 with Ozil in the whole was the way forward to get the best out of him. He’s the best player at the club who can drift […]

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Top six comparisons – Where do The Arsenal stack up right now?

  Of the PL’s big six, which is best placed to compete and succeed in the short-term? Things in football change quickly, though more specifically how does Arsenal compare to the other big six? Are we close to challenging? What advantages or disadvantages does each have in this regard? As the season could tentatively re-start […]

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Are Liverpool FC really the template for Arsenal in 2019? – A detailed comparative analysis.

  I must say I don’t mind Liverpool. The City of Liverpool itself is a hallmark, for its history and culture, and the club generally follows this lead. So this Gooner, unlike some others, doesn’t hate them. I cannot really bring myself to hate a club that allowed Sir Kenny Dalglish, John Barnes, or more […]

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Title race views – City retention or a new Scouse Red dawn?

Whilst our good friends are in third place, I think it’s unrealistic that they will win the league. This isn’t just rivalry talking but they’re not as good as Liverpool and City. Besides, Mr. Pochettino doesn’t like winning trophies, and they may not even open their ground this season. Liverpool hasn’t won the Premier League, […]

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How Unai Emery’s Start to Premier League Life at Arsenal Compares with his peers

  We’re only a handful of games into the Unai Emery era, but have you caught yourself wondering how his start to life in the Premier League compares? The Spaniard is just the latest in a string of top coaches from Europe that have come into English football after establishing their reputations elsewhere. What does […]

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Back to 3,4,3 to pack midfield and ‘Stop Supply to Salah’

Arsenal vs. Liverpool Premier League preview Christmas is near, but will we get an early present by beating the Scousers? We will see. However, Salah looks like the signing of the season, and Klopp is still a quality manager. He’s publicly said that we’re a dangerous team, and both hold numerous similarities. We’re both technical […]

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