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Negativity flows, can Mikel cure Arsenal’s woes? He must start by picking Ramsdale today

At times it can be extremely difficult not to find yourself becoming completely engulfed in the waves of negativity that frequently flow amongst the Arsenal fan base. Particularly after our results against Brentford, Chelsea and Manchester City in our opening three league fixtures. Over the years I’ve learned to acknowledge that voices of discontent will […]

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A Blueprint for Arsenal’s 2021/22 Summer Rebuild – Part One

They say that you can never make the same mistake twice because the second time you make it, it’s not a mistake, it’s a choice. If that’s anything to go by, then it appears the Arsenal hierarchy made their choice a while ago to take a back seat, and allow the club to slowly regress. […]

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In a Topsy Turvey Premier League an Arsenal win on the NLD can turn the season

We are currently in the midst of the eye of storm in which the results have not been great in the Premier League. Of course as you’d expect the response hasn’t been favourable towards Mikel Arteta and his team. In hindsight there is no such thing as an acceptable defeat and therefore things will always […]

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Tactical Breakdown of win in Vienna as Bellerin and Aubameyang provide the Gunners with a positive impact

First Half With regards to the shape, Arteta continued with the hybrid 3-4-3 system. Generally, it was a 4-3-3 because the Gunners were predominantly in possession and a 2-3-5 formation was deployed as they approached the final third. The diagram below illustrates how Cedric would partner Pepe in the attacking phase, with Elneny covering the […]

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With Kolasinac leaving, what the left back options coming through? Bola or Lopez?

With recent talk of Kolasinac being sold we could find ourselves a Kieran Tierney injury away from an issue at left back. Yes, Cedric can cover left back and Saka, can cover left wingback but neither situation is necessarily a long-term solution for a club of our stature and aspirations. It therefore seemed timely to […]

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Is Kieran Tierney slowly becoming Arsenal’s most important player?

Kieran Tierney’s first season in English Football was undoubtedly a tough one, arriving in North London with a stubborn groin injury which kept him out of action for several weeks, highlighting the nature of his character to work hard and finally gain full fitness which certainly showed in his performances. However, another bad stroke of […]

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Arteta’s Management of Lacazette and Nketiah has brought the old Laca Back

But some fan’s are still only happy when moaning …. ‘Gunner be honest’ review  Two wins from two, what more do you want the team to do? Play entertaining football in every game of course! It is indeed three wins from three games if you wish to include the Community Shield victory and I’m also […]

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Two Defenders get 3/10 Ratings as below par Arsenal squeeze past Unlucky Hammers

West Ham did to us at home what they did in 18/19 and 19/20. For the third season in a row, they’ve given us a run for their money and were unlucky to get a win. David Moyes has been maligned in some parts, especially after his failure at Man United, but in this game, […]

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Only Martinez and Ceballos can hold their NLD Heads up High – Analysis and Player Ratings

  I hate losing to this lot. This lot has a way inferior mark in the world of football than us. And they beat us! Call this salty or sour grapes, but I feel sick here. Not because we lost, but more the manner of our defeat. Let them gloat and revel in their win […]

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The Work rate, effort and energy that epitomise Arteta’s Arsenal undone by Poor Finishing and Eddie’s Mad Moment

Arsenal out-Foxed for a draw Arsenal 1-1 Leicester City – PL review 7th July 2020      With the game vs. our “friends” at the weekend, it was vital that we got in a good performance or win here. And also to keep on our recent good form and performances. I must say – I […]

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