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Cazorla class

Santi Cazolra delivered a devastating lesson in how to effectively take advantage of a team with ten men. Adebayor’s red card was enough to completely change the dynamic of a game which was very much swinging in Tottenham’s favour early on.  It’s often said that playing against ten men can be more difficult and AVB’s men were […]

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Variety is the spice of life

Theo Walcott has been very vocal in his belief that he should play a central striker role in Arsene Wenger’s 4-3-3 system. The England international has even cited it as one of the reasons that he has been hesitant in signing a contract extension with Arsenal but that is simply a smokescreen as we all know that […]

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Yet another technical master from Spain

I am referring to the little magician that is Santi Cazorla. I found myself struggling to see why no other club had tried to sign him in the summer when I saw that Wenger had pulled off the deal, £16m seems so little for a player of such quality. The ambidextrous winger/attacking midfielder can play […]

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Cazorla and Arteta: the Hispanic Petit and Viera?

For all the criticism heaped on Arsene Wenger for his tendacy to be reluctant when it comes to spending big in the transfer market, it is forgotten that the Frenchman is as shrewd they come when identifying the finest European talent available. Case in point; this summer’s signing of Santi Cazorla for a mere (these […]

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We need to go forward, not Bac

Bacary Sagna has publicly criticised Arsenal’s transfer policy in light of Alex Song’s recent departure from the Emirates, and not many will disagree with the Frenchman’s concerns. Having already lost Robin Van Persie to rivals Manchester United earlier this summer, the sale of Song to Barcelona has left Sagna and Arsenal fans bewildered. Gunners supporters […]

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Cazorla Sparkles in Bore Draw

ARSENAL 0-0 SUNDERLAND In hindsight, this was probably a thoroughly predictable and obvious result to start off the new season for Arsenal, who failed to fire in their opening Premier League encounter. In searing heat, against a typically tough, deep and bus-parking Martin O’Neil Sunderland team, three days after an International friendly on the opening […]

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