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Arteta’s attacking dilemma ahead of Arsenal’s most important game of the season (Benfica Match Preview)

Match Preview Arsenal resume their Europa League campaign on Thursday evening, when they travel to Rome for the first and away-leg of their round of 32 clash against Benfica. Both sides come into the tie having gone through the group stages unbeaten, as well as being amongst the highest-scorers in the competition. The Portuguese side […]

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Versatility in abundance, but has Arteta now found Saka his perfect position – Tactical Analysis of Victory at Hawthorns

Formations/tactics Mikel Arteta retained the 4-2-3-1 deployed in the last two Premier League encounters, with Martinelli given a much-needed rest following the number of minutes the Brazillian has played in the last three fixtures across all competitions. The Spaniard recognised that his side would come up against a stubborn deep block, and adjusted accordingly, bringing […]

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From Frustration, Anger and Hopelessness to Excited, Energized and Hopeful in a Week! – A World of New Feelings

A World of New Feelings POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES Do you remember frustration, anger, hopelessness and possibly a desire for a new coach? That was the 3rd week in December. Two weeks later and I don’t know how you feel but I feel relieved, excited, hopeful and energized. Two weeks. Just two weeks later. I […]

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The Exuberance of Arsenal’s Talented Youth is rubbing off on the Senior Pros – Long May it Continue

Below is my full submission to Sun Digital in which I spoke about the enthusiasm and exuberance of youth rubbing off on Arsenal’s more senior players in the Chelsea match. I was delighted therefore Arteta dis stick with the Young Guns last night…. It’s Tuesday 29th December and we Arsenal fans are genuinely excited about […]

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Aubameyang and Saka take the 2020 Plaudits but Arteta owes them a team to be proud of again – Project Youth Please!

2020 has been a year most will wish to see the back of, for obvious reasons, and at present Mikel Arteta, the Arsenal players, and fans, for more footballing ones. However, we must not forget that the elongated and disrupted 2019/20 season has offered us some highlights this calendar year. After all, the year saw […]

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