Four things we learned from Arsenal 4-1 Sunderland

February 24, 2014

1. We bounced back again Might be stating the obvious, but it is all about comparing to last season. Our confidence in the last couple of seasons has been terrible. Coming off a loss like that to Bayern Munich, in previous seasons we’d have lost a game like this and then would hit a form […]

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Four things we learned from Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool

February 18, 2014

1. Attitude counts for plenty Sounds obvious, but what a difference a week makes. It wasn’t 5-1 the other way but we managed to win the game, but I praise our attitude in this game because if I’m honest I didn’t think we would win. There was the nightmare from the previous week coupled with […]

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Four things we learned from Liverpool 5-1 Arsenal

February 10, 2014

This was, without doubt our worst performance of the season. A proud record at Anfield, a place we hadn’t lost in the league since Peter Crouch scored a hat trick way back in 2007, was not just broken, it was smashed. I spoke of this fixture being the first of many difficult fixtures around this […]

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Arsenal’s upcoming fixtures horror: Will they fail or will they succeed?

January 30, 2014

In what can only be described as the football equivalent of reading a horror novel, Arsenal’s fixtures after the game against Palace this weekend are as follows: 8 Feb – Liverpool (A) 12 Feb – Manchester United (H) 14-17 Feb – Liverpool (H) 19 Feb – Bayern Munich (H) 22 Feb – Sunderland (H) 1 […]

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Four things we learned from Arsenal 4-0 Coventry

January 26, 2014

1. Our defence at home is stronger than ever Can I ask you when you think the last goal we conceded at the Emirates was? Two weeks ago, three weeks ago? It was way back in early December, when Delofeu scored an equaliser to give Everton a point. We haven’t conceded a goal at home […]

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Three things we learned from Arsenal 2-0 Fulham

January 20, 2014

1. Cazorla is back and this shows our midfield depth Its been a while since we’ve seen the best of Cazorla. Indeed there were good moments last season, however the likes of Ramsey, Wilshere and Ozil have taken the limelight this season, while Cazorla wasn’t doing great by his standards and fell under the radar. […]

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Four reasons why we beat Spurs so easily: Arsenal 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur

January 6, 2014

1. Sherwood got his tactics all wrong I don’t know about you, but playing against an Arsenal side who loves to pass in the midfield and dominate possession, you’d think you’d want some extra men in that midfield to counter that threat? Instead Sherwood picks only four in the middle, as well as two strikers, […]

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3 things we learned from Arsenal 2-0 Cardiff City

January 3, 2014

  1. Podolski is no Giroud It wasn’t a vintage performance from the German and his rustiness showed. Not only was he rusty, but it showed that Podolski and Giroud are like chalk and cheese. All the talk of when we signed the German international and why Wenger never really played him in the centre […]

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Arsenal need to find that bit extra against the big teams to be assured of title: Arsenal 0-0 Chelsea

December 25, 2013

After possibly one of the most boring games I’ve seen in a while, we have relinquished top spot to Liverpool, albeit only on goal difference. While it is good not to lose 6-3 like last time, the 0-0 still poses questions and concerns for our aspirations for the title.

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7 things we learned from Manchester City 6-3 Arsenal

December 15, 2013

1. City are a formidable force at home City deserved to win, they were better than us. Yes we made errors but by the same token they pressed us hard and put us under pressure and exploited the spaces. They’d already put 6 past the scum this season, 7 past Norwich and 4 past United, […]

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