Individual brilliance from Alexis but who else?

Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger should head to the Scottish Highlands in search of complementing Alexis Sanchez’s rough and wild side

Hi everyone! I’m just back from a wonderful road trip in Scotland and  I was glad I could find out that the country responsible for the birth, rise and success of Sir Alex Ferguson is also able to produce something wonderful, which is reassuring. I explored the Highlands from west to east and back, going […]

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Arsenal NEED a makeover – Wenger and Mertesacker WON’T take Gunners forward BUT Sanchez and Bellerin will

Different Season, Same Result  Well well well, here I am again. Despite looking forward to watching my team play after a boring International break I’m here wishing the break had gone on a little longer now after viewing that pathetic display.  I have the utmost respect for Arsene Wenger and all he’s done for the […]

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A Phantom Among Us

He was there, most definitely. I saw him at the start before it got crowded and a little too frenetic. You could tell it was him, although he did tend to drift in and out of the action. He was gliding around on the left hand side of the room, looking a little disinterested if […]

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Injuries Report: What lies behind Arsenal’s appalling fitness record?

It’s often said that the Arsenal team starting the season are different to the Arsenal team finishing the season. Throughout the Premier League there’s a belief that Arsenal cannot win the title because the team only play well for one half of the season. Many feel this inconsistency occurs because Arsenal are soft and are unable to remain composed when it matters most, unlike […]

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