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Decisions for Emery at Vitality – Mkhi or Iwobi, Sokratis or Mustafi BUT it must be Auba and Laca!!

AFC BOURNEMOUTH VS. ARSENAL PREVIEW   We’re heading to the South Coast, and take on Bournemouth. who under Eddie Howe have performed very well this season. They currently are in sixth place – one behind us incidentally – and have continued much of what Howe has been noted for. Quick passing, good technical skills, and […]

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Laca

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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Alex Iwobi

Play Iwobi and Drop Ramsey – The Good Habit of winning without once playing well for 90 minutes

The close friendship between happiness and frustration  Positives, Needs and Hopes. I am so happy that we are winning the games that we do not necessarily deserve to. I am frustrated that we are winning but not playing particularly well. Happy, frustrated. Frustrated or happy? I have decided…I am 63% happy and 37% frustrated 😆 […]

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Swagger

The Brentford Win showed Emery’s attacking plan – The Arsenal 10 Role is now a Decoy role. Read on for Last night’s Positives, hopes and needs

A little swagger adds clarity to Emery’s attacking plan… Positives, Needs and Hopes I think I am starting to figure it out. It has not been clear so far, what our attacking plan is. It has made some fans doubt that Emery is even capable. Here is what I saw against Brentford. The attacking midfield […]

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Arsenal 3-1 Brentford – League Cup review and player ratings- Bees stung by Danny..

Arsenal didn’t get stung by Brentford…. Overall, Arsenal was the better team, though Brentford put up a good fight in the second half. We started off strongly and got an early lead via Danny Welbeck. We then had many other chances following, through Iwobi, Mkhitaryan, and Smith-Rowe, who made a capable full debut on the […]

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