People tend to remember bad things for longer than good things since negative events continue to provoke a strong emotional response long after they’re finished. Today, the happiness you feel remembering the Invincible season will likely seem less strong than the sadness you feel about losing the Champion’s League final. Indeed, you may even find that remembering the Invincible season makes
Arshavin made his name at the Euro 2008 where he played behind Tottenham striker Roman Pavlyuchenko. He hasn't been able to play that role for Arsenal because it was occupied by then captain Cesc Fabregas. Now that the Spaniard has departed and the creative void has yet to be filled consistently in his absence. Arshavin has often been overlooked in that position
RVP has been in inspirational form, anything he touches right now turns to gold. He came on Sunday when the game was tied for the ineffective Chamakh and instantly made an impact running' into the near post to tap home Gervinho's low cross. The 2nd goal was almost similar, Good burst of pace from Gervinho on the left hand side to beat his marker then put in a lovely cut
The calls to change to 4-4-2 are definitely becoming more numerous but why is that? One reasons is that, in the Premier League at least, the 4-4-2/4-4-1-1 is in vogue. The Manchester clubs have raced out of the traps using this formation (albeit different variations of the same shape). The red half have done what Sir Alex Ferguson’s teams have so often done in the past and used their pacy wingers to
A win is a win is a win, as they say, but it’s a shame that, despite winning, our games seem so often to exist merely to provoke further discussion about our flaws. Don’t get me wrong, I am very happy about winning, I just think it would be nice to sit down after a win and spend our time enjoying the performance and not just infinitely analysing our seemingly incurable ailments
His 1st goal was exquisite. Gervinho got the ball on the far side on the left, drifted in field and made a simple pass to RVP who dropped his shoulder shifted the ball to the other side with his right foot, beat Turner and fired home from just outside the box with his right foot to give us the lead.
- Three Ways that Wenger Could Freshen Up Our Team
- The Arteta/Cesc Comparisons - Two very different players
- The ‘3 Ps’ – Part 2 (Penetration)
- The List of Lost Leads – a comparative analysis with our rivals
- Disastrous Start To The Season - Whose Fault ?
- Jack Wilshere Out, Midfield Dilemma + Healthy Competition
- The ‘3 Ps’ - Part 1 (Pressing)