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Is Odsonne Eduoard Arteta’s Giroud with Pace?

I read two excellent articles after Saturday’s disappointing loss at Villa Park, both looking at Arsenal’s striker issues in slightly different ways. One described it as ‘our penalty box problem’. Both Lacazette and Aubameyang are top strikers with differing attributes, indeed the Arsenal captain, is arguably world class. However, the question raised is whether either, […]

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Leno is Our No.1 – Time to back our man and forget the 13 Game Wonder

Bernd Leno will never win, will he? Ever since Emiliano Martínez was sold to Aston Villa, the German has been the primary target of attention for all Gooners who think the Argentine should have stayed.Now, it’s perfectly fine to think that we should have kept Emiliano Martínez over Bernd Leno but the decision was made […]

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Arsenal’s Pace on the Break and Through Balls Key – A Tactical Look at the FA Cup Final

So it’s here – a potential record 14th FA Cup is in the waiting. Certain clubs haven’t won an FA Cup in nearly thirty years. We know better! Let’s show them what clubs of true standing exist for – winning.     We’ve won two previous FA Cup finals vs. Chelsea – 2002 and 2017. […]

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A Battle of Brilliant Young Coaches – FA Cup Final Tactics, Formations, Dangers and Predicted Team

This Saturday’s final seems to have similarities to last year’s horror show in Baku. Chelsea came into the final last year under no pressure since champions league qualification was already secured. The impetus was on us as only a win in Baku would be enough to secure a place in Europe’s most elite competition. We […]

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The Key Men and the Key Battles for the Europa Final and will Emery sacrifice Mesut Ozil in the midfield?

Arsenal vs. Chelsea – Europa League Final Preview   So the final is upon us. We’re in Azerbaijan, and the talk of Mkhitaryan not going, fans’ travel costs, and why Azerbaijan was even chosen, now comes all to a head. THE Arsenal is facing off with Chelsea, for the Europa League. Our first European final […]

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Thumbs up so far?

Approaching the Business End in the Season in Good Shape – So far and in the main so good for you?

Dear Fellow Gunners   So How Is It For You? Is your Glass Half Full or Half Empty Are we making progress or are we Same Old Same Old? Are we going forward or just treading water?    Into the final quarter of the season and we are in contention for a Top Four Place […]

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Does Emery’s New Arsenal need a winger or can we continue to score a plenty without one?

Do we need a wide-man?   It’s often said these days that we need a winger, or a general wide man. I can see why this is said. Last year, we often played sideways football in front of the opposing defence, looking for the telling opening. However, I don’t think a winger would solve this. […]

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Past best

‘They wanted it more’ – Words Gooners hate to hear #SCFC3AFC1

Swansea 3-1 Arsenal Being a Gooner has some terribly wild ups and downs. There was the low of us messing up, potentially, the PEA deal. Then we’ve got him. And now we lose to Swansea. Granted, Liverpool lost to them, but they won tonight and we needed this win to get top four. But what’s […]

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Buy Abameyang swiftly or move on a buy a third creator to give Lacazette a true chance at Arsenal

It is understandable, that as an Arsenal fan base, we are excited by and wrapped up in the Aubameyang story. The Gabon international has been one of the most potent strikers in the last few years in one of Europe’s top leagues and it would undoubtedly be exciting to see if he could repeat his […]

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The key lies with Oli

Olivier Giroud may hold the key to unlock the Aubameyang Door – 5 Reasons for Oli to say Au Revoir

So the Arsenal squad were preparing for the visit of Chelsea with a new happy smiling chap in their ranks. By all accounts Heinrich Myketerian is buzzing to be at Arsenal, yes his ‘boyhood club’ after and unhappy spell working under Jose Mourinho. A tough lesson learnt there Miki but all’s well that ends well. […]

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