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Bruges Winger Star Noa Lang to Arsenal in January – Scouting Report

Today Arsenal have been linked with a move for Club Bruges, man of the moment, Noa Lang. The former Ajax winger, this week outshone Lionel Messi, winning Man of the Match, as the Belgian champions held PSG. The flying winger, right footed, but predominantly used of the left, shot to fame a few years ago, […]

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Can Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang return to his best this season?

With just ten Premier League goals, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was a long way off from his best form last season due to various factors, including injuries and off-field problems. The Gunners only finished eighth last season following a series of underwhelming performances and it’s surely no coincidence that Arsenal’s poor campaign was linked to the decline in the Gabon international’s […]

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Same Old Arsenal, New Signings, and the Managerial Dream Team that can unite Arsenal fans

DB’s Season Diary Week One So, here we are, on the opening day of a new season. Blimey, the last time I wrote those words were in the opening chapter of my new book – “Over Land and Sea (and Lockdown…. Arsenal – The Corona Diaries”. I’ve mentioned my book, yeah? I must have, because […]

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Arteta’s Closing Window of Opportunity – Key Signings needed urgently but time for AMN to embrace right back role

Well Saturday morning (AEST) was a depressing start to the season. Many others, more eloquent than I, will dissect and critique the players, manager and board on that one. Now I’ve chilled out a bit, I thought I’d look at the next two weeks and what we can hope for / need / realistically achieve […]

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A Strong well argued case made for Odegaard over Maddison

To be or not to be, that’s the question ….. Sorry this is not Shakespeare reincarnated. But it wouldn’t be too far off to allude to the question of which central attacking midfielder Arsenal should go for, to the dilemma of Hamlet in Shakespeare’s famous tragedy –Hamlet.  It is clear, at least going by rumors […]

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Evidence says both Maddison and Aouar are upgrades on Emile Smith Rowe – But which is the best option?

With the Euros done and dusted (love you Bukayo!), it is time for the focus to shift completely to The Arsenal – especially their squad building for the upcoming year. Nuno Tavares became the first signing of the summer last week and the pace of arrivals and departures is expected to pick up over the […]

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Outside the Emirates the Gooners excel, while the Gunners fail within

I have been at an Arsenal match as accredited media before, but not at The Emirates, so last night was a first for me. Consequently, I feel compelled to endeavour to write something of merit, beyond a basic match report. Of course, that will not be problematic as last night was about so much more […]

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The striker we want versus the striker we need. Keep faith in Aubameyang

On Twitter, I asked a simple question: would you sell Aubameyang to buy Ødegaard?The outcome of this quick poll was clear: yes, definitely.Basically, we’re ready to give up one of the most prolific goalscorers of the last decade in order to acquire the services of a playmaker, although sublime. I was a bit surprised, because […]

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Why Arsenal’s performance against West Ham epitomises where they stand under Arteta

The nature of Arsenal’s season was perfectly summed up by their showing at the London Stadium, as their combination of inconsistency and brilliance saw them come from three goals down to draw with West Ham. If ever there was a game that could highlight not only the progress Arsenal have made since the turn of […]

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Arsenal don’t but Arteta does

Arsenal don’t but Arteta does POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES Mikel Arteta won’t feel like he walked away with a win yesterday. He didn’t. Yet, did he personally get a win? As the coach of the team he may never know or feel this personal victory but I’d imagine when he pauses he will realize, if […]

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