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The Croydon De Bruyne delivers yet again. An analysis into Arsenal’s win against Newcastle.

Formations/tactics (4-2-3-1/4-1-2-3) Mikel Arteta retained the 4-2-3-1 that has proved to be successful for the Gunners in their last three games, although an evident trend was Willock pushing forward regularly, with Elneny operating in a single pivot. Pressing & Defensive shape Arsenal utilised a 4-4-2 press when Newcastle were deep in their own half, with […]

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It is Edu’s Inexperience at the root of he problems at Arsenal – Arteta is not blameless but needs better tools

It is depressing writing and talking about the current state of things at Arsenal, a manifestation of years of neglect and lack of leadership, if you like, direction on and off the pitch. It has not a palatable admittance that Arsenal’s recent performances has been part of different factors that throws a spanner into the […]

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Arteta – 5 Point Plan to turn Gunners season around

(more…) Dave Seager Passionate fifty-something Arsenal supporter who has been making the journey to N5 regularly since the early 1980s – although his first game was in 1976. Always passionate when talking about The Arsenal, Dave decided to send a guest blog to Gunnersphere in the summer of 2011 and has not stopped writing about […]

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An Analysis of which combination gives the best balance to Arsenal’s midfield?

The engine room of the team. Regardless of whether Arteta decides to alter the system or not, it’s fundamental that the Spanish tactician finds the correct balance in midfield. With eight games completed in the Premier League, the Gunners have already tested five different midfield combinations, suggesting that no one has cemented their place in […]

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