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IF Arsenal are to sell Lacazette it is crucial they match his profile in a replacement

Arteta has spoken in the past on how he requires his centre forward to provide more fundamental traits to the team, rather than just being a ‘fox in the box’ and converting chances. Our Gabonese superstar, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is an elite goalscorer, but struggles to link play together.  This is why we have seen Lacazette […]

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EDOUARD WOULD TRANSFORM OUR ATTACK: Analysis on the exciting rumoured Arsenal Target

To shine in the centre forward role, there are more attributes that managers look for in a player in today’s game. Goal scoring is certainly fundamental but hold up play, and the ability to link midfield and attack is just as important. Eventually, I believe Arteta wants to play a 4-3-3 system, with two attacking […]

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Is Alexis Sanchez a potential centre-forward in an adjusted Arsenal system?

As I was watching Liverpool tear apart Manchester City at the end of November, a simple thought was playing at the back of mind: Liverpool hugely benefitted that day from having a mobile centre-forward. Yes, Roberto Firmino may not be your centre-forward of choice, he is far from a finished article, he had a lot […]

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