Tag Archives | Sead Kolasinac


Layvin Kursawa to Arsenal – Please NO says this French Gooner

Layvin Kurzawa to the Arsenal : good shout or bad move ? The 28 year old French player is more and more depicted as a real target for the Gunners, with some media suggesting a 5 year deal has been virtually agreed.. With the club, looking to move on Sead Kolasinac during the summer, the […]

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Race for Top 4

Gunners take Pole Position in the Top 4 Race but poor refereeing leaves Chelsea still on the Grid

I am delighted to read the football pages this morning and to see that we are now third in the Premiership table and once more in St. Tottering ham territory. Who would have thought that not so long ago we were 10 points behind the old lady down the road? I see that she has […]

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NO and YES

Arsenal’s Activity in the Window likely to be for Fullbacks not Wingers – Here’s Why (Look ahead to Window Part 2)

To follow on from Part 1 I promised to look at where the limited budget might be spent, if I believe it will not go on the winger most fans feel we want. For me it is increasingly apparent, that for the moment at least, Emery sees the width in this team being provided by […]

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Best crosser ate the club

Kolasinac may not be the best defender at Arsenal but he is the Best Crosser – Arsenal Calm the Rumbling Storm #AFCB1AFC2

Arsenal calm the rumbling storm…. Positives, Needs and Hopes I was trying to figure out (yet again) why games against Bournemouth seem so frantic.   Is it the small, compact, noisy stadium? The tight camera angle? Almost seems like a game from the 90’s, end-to-end, vertical and nerve-wracking. Very little control especially in the first […]

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Arsenal may not be ready to win the league but they showed they are ready to compete for it – Positives, Needs and Hopes – AFC1-LFC1

Not ready to win it, but can Arsenal compete for the league? POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES As important as winning the big games is the belief gained. If I were Unai Emery, I would ask the players if they felt they were at the same level as Liverpool. Do not tell them. Some may just […]

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Superior team performance

Under Wenger, acting superior, under Emery, playing superior – Accountability, results and now attitude

POSITIVES, NEEDS and HOPES I am not a stat man and I rarely quote facts. Trying to give original thought. Most of what you read here and other places is opinion. The closest you may get to facts here is this… It is a fact that our results against weaker teams has improved greatly from […]

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Aubameyang serves notice to Kane and Salah, as Wenger’s team and club gave him, Per and Vic an Emirates farewell to remember

Arsenal 5-0 Burnley – A bientot Monsieur Wenger – Premier League review      It’s the final Wenger home game, which we finished in style. And how…. Burnley was very poor, considering they had the opportunity to beat us to get in the driving seat for sixth place. But their attacking play was limp, and […]

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Ramsey celebrates winner

Kolasinac, Ramsey and Xhaka save Cech’s blushes but again Monreal MOTM

Arsenal 2-1 Swansea City Review – Premier League We won, and I’m glad. But then in a way it was same old Arsenal. We deserved to win, but then we made hard work of it. And our individual errors cost us in parts. Our issues are, as always, mental and attitudinal. Seems the board were […]

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Working as a team

Is Monreal, Kolasinac Interchangeability a New Feature of Arsenal’s Play?

It has been a largely positive week for Arsenal with wins in three competitions but it is a feature of the Premier League victory over Everton that caught my attention. It has been a case of finding the time to do some research and write something here. Much has been said about Nacho Monreal, by […]

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Star Wingbacks

Top Gunners in Defence, Midfield and Attack v Brighton in “Pick of the Punch”

“PICK OF THE BUNCH.” From match-day to match-day there are certain individuals in the Arsenal team whose performance leaves them standing head and shoulders above the rest. The ones whose blood, sweat and tears are shed to ensure the team wins or at least makes a good attempt doing that. This weekly feature is going […]

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