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Why Partey is pivotal to how Arsenal function

A midfield general is what Arsenal have lacked since the days of the invisible wall, Gilberto Silva. Someone with athleticism, mobility and a relentless engine. But finally, after years of neglecting this fundamental profile, the Gunners captured Thomas Partey towards the dying embers of the summer 2020 window. The deadline day signing lifted the spirits […]

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Why it’s important that Wolves or Manchester United don’t win the Europa League. An Arsenal perspective.

  Arsenal’s season may have ended but for two of their fellow Premier League clubs, Wolves and Manchester United, their campaigns are still ongoing in European competition. With both clubs in the late stages of the Europa League, I will be explaining why it is important from an Arsenal perspective that neither club lifts the […]

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Kos the (former) Boss?

Player power hits Arsenal     The Gunners has been immune, to some degree, from the major player power incidents of other top English clubs. United has the Paul Pogba matter, and Chelsea has had numerous incidents in recent seasons. So it seems – with captain Laurent Koscielny’s refusal to participate in the USA tour […]

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Back 3, Front 2, Ozil? So many decisions for Emery for visit of Man United

This fixture inevitably brings up comparisons of yesteryear, when Wenger was in his peak, and Sir Alex Ferguson was in his pomp. This was arguably the greatest title rivalry in Premier League history – bigger than United/Blackburn, United/Newcastle, or United/Chelsea, or United/City. Both us and United have similar values, attitudes, and history of success (albeit […]

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