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Martinelli’s display has created serious headache for Arteta! An analysis of Arsenal’s win against Newcastle

Despite the fact that this was a poor Newcastle side, it was integral that Arsenal would go into their season-defining game against Villareal with a positive mindset and the performance provided on Tyneside was definitely required. In this piece, an analysis of Arsenal’s win against the Magpies is discussed. In possession In the absence of […]

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Have you noticed? – This Squad CARE and Arteta has transformed Arsenal to be the best DEFENCE in the Premier League

Have you noticed? POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES I think it’s pretty normal for football fans to notice the following; great performances, poor performances, glaring opportunities, eye catching individualism, big effort, lack of effort and man of the match candidates. There are more but that’s enough. What I’m starting to notice with the current Arsenal team […]

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Brazil – bright past and bright future

The 1958 World Cup was organized in Sweden. Despite not being a huge football nation today, except for the ever-amazing Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the Swedish national team was one of the best in the world in the fifties. This was proven by an amazing second-place finish in the 1958 World Cup. The team that beat them […]

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From disheartening to depressing to enlightening: a Gooner’s journey to Arsenal Optimism

Disheartening, Depressing, Enlightening To be brutally honest, this is the first time in about six or seven years, with the new season about to start, that I actually have some real optimism. Wenger’s decline was disheartening. Unai’s one and a half years were depressing. Arteta’s 6 months have been enlightening. It helps that Saturday’s kick […]

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