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Reactive and Proactive

Wenger Reactive and Conte Proactive =18 Point Gap – Are we Optimistic this is Changing?

After our performance in the FA Cup final defeat of Chelsea, optimism levels for next season, rose substantially, amongst many of our supporters. Justifiably, some would say. However, whilst I was delighted with the way we ended last season, I am not yet convinced that Arsene has miraculously rediscovered what it takes to lead us […]

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Where Arsenal v Chelsea will be won or lost – Three KEY BATTLES

With the arrival of Italian manager Antonio Conte in South-West London combined with the mainstay of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, the London derby will certainly take a turn for the better as the two established managers will look to earn bragging rights following their first encounter on Saturday. The two rivals have enjoyed near-identical introductions […]

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The Euro’s confirm Possession Football is dead – Can Wenger adapt or should he have to?

  For very long time, so-called small teams used to apply an ultra-defensive approach when facing technically superior opponents, sitting deep in their half and tightening spaces available for their rivals. As they couldn’t compete on technical level, they HAD TO find a different way to avoid a heavy defeat and hopefully bring a point […]

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