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How Mikel Arteta is Changing Arsenal Football Club – Part 1

HALF AN HOUR into the North London Derby, everyone knew something exciting was happening. Something was up and charging in the air. It was not just the roar of the fans or the score on the board. It was something more than that, something that could be felt, seen, spoken of, almost touched. It was […]

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Arteta loves it when a plan comes together – The NLD illustrated how his Arsenal, with his players, can play

1) Formation Since boxing day, Mikel Arteta has favoured a 4-2-3-1 and it’s a formation that the former Arsenal captain believes is tailored to the current side and allows key individuals to be utilised in areas in which they can showcase their best qualities. 2) In possession During the build-up phase, Arsenal set up in […]

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In Arteta I believe but Arsenal have underachieved!

It’s evident the Arteta in or out debate will continue to rage amongst our fan base after every Arsenal result. Win, lose or draw, it’s “I told you so” and it’s become as predictable as our lack of consistency on the pitch. Surprisingly, there was even negativity after winning the recent North London derby. Can […]

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Could Arsenal and Arteta learn something from Hassenhüttl’s Southampton revival? (Match Preview)

Match Preview Arsenal welcome high-flying Southampton to the Emirates on Wednesday evening, in an attempt to turn around their miserable home form, which has seen them lose four league games in a row for the first time since 1959. The Gunners will look to ease the pressure on under-fire manager Mikel Arteta by picking up […]

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Omar Rekik – Exclusive Scouting Report from Germany on Arsenal’s New Centre Back

When the story of Rekik to Arsenal emerged a founding member of the Gunners Town writing team to do some research in Germany of the young centre back. Welcome back, Chis Mader @Germangunners Omar Rekik-What to expect   Decisive crossroads in a footballer’s career are reached earlier than ever before and it’s no different with […]

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Is Mikel Arteta suddenly trying to be too clever? Time to keep it simple at Old Trafford

Arsenal head into the game against Manchester United on Sunday in something of a rut. Back to back league defeats against Manchester City and Leicester have taken the shine off of a promising preseason and transfer window. For the first time in his brief managerial career questions are being asked of Mikel Arteta. On the […]

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Coutinho or Buendia: Detailed breakdown of which creator should replace Ozil at Arsenal

Arsenal’s sported their new home kit for the first time this season in the 3-2 win over Watford on Sunday. The chevron-laden red and white strip had been launched earlier last week under slightly strange circumstances. Usually Adidas tend to accompany their kit releases with a customary marketing hastag of #DareToCreate, but this was nowhere […]

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It was Arsenal who played as a ‘Pack’ taming Wolves – How we should have played away for years!

We won way – again!! A complete performance. Wolves were tamed into dogs by the Arsenal.       This was one of the best away wins in some years. Everyone to a man was on their top form. There were no errors, and we were structured, disciplined, and professional throughout. It was an away […]

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High line, high intensity – how high can Arteta take a depleted Arsenal?

Arsenal Manager Mikel Arteta successfully maintained a tactical advantage over Man United using a high defensive line and defending as a team. This win is Arteta’s first three points since he has been in charge at Arsenal. It is important to mention how Arsenal defeated a United team who beat Tottenham and Man City in […]

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Mikel turning Arsenal around – Emery looked to deny opponents, Arteta looks to maximise our players!

You can’t go back, but you can turn around   Positives, Needs and Hopes  Part way through the game I had a moment of sadness. I’d just seen Torreira win yet another tackle, Xhaka play another fizzer between the lines and Ozil pick it up in oceans. I should’ve been excited, but I started wallowing in […]

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