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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3 things we learned from Arsenal 1-1 Everton

December 10, 2013

1. Our defence deserves praise Hands down the best side we’ve played this season. There is daylight between the Everton of David Moyes and this Everton of Roberto Martinez. Everton of yesteryear were so reactive, but this was the most proactive team I’d seen in a long time. For the first 40 mins or so […]

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3 things we learned from Cardiff City 0-3 Arsenal

December 3, 2013

1. Our blistering away form continues The mark of a quality side is the ability to perform away from home. It can be argued that titles are won away from home rather than at home, we should know, we’ve won it at Anfield, at White Hart Lane and Old Trafford! I daresay if we keep […]

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4 things we learned from Arsenal 2-0 Marseille

November 29, 2013

1. Jack is back Not that he was ever gone, but ever since the start of the season the hype in our midfield has been all Ozil and Ramsey, and for good reason. Wilshere was probably thinking, “don’t forget me”. ¬†Funny I say that, given Ramsey missed from right in front and Ozil missed a […]

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3 things we learned from Arsenal 2-0 Southampton

November 26, 2013

1. Giroud is a hard worker Many will say that his first goal was lucky, and yes it was a good bit of fortune as Boruc kept trying to do multiple Cryuff turns and was found hopelessly out of his depth. The persistence of Giroud to get there and make sure of it is something […]

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4 things we learned about Manchester United 1-0 Arsenal

November 12, 2013

1. We failed to overcome the Old Trafford demons I mentioned in my preview that it would be our mental response that would determine how we would perform. While it is harsh to question Wenger’s famous “mental strength” given our great wins against Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund, at Old Trafford we were a nervous wreck. […]

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