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It was the first time Le Boss was able to name the same back four for consecutive matches which meant the returning Verminator was left on the bench as an improving Koscielny played alongside the BFG with Johan Djourou and Andrew Saint in the full back positions. Well, on paper that was who were tasked with defending. As it transpired, the first half saw them doing very little of that as the lads spent much of the opening 45 running around in weird directions like they were

As is the case with most young players, it has taken him a bit of time to settle into the way of playing at Arsenal which is a massive jump from playing for Charlton. He has huge heart and never leaves anything behind on the pitch. Trying to push ahead of Bacary Sagna is the impossible task but as

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

  • 15 Sep 2015
    So let me stop reminiscing of days gone by and let me focus on our Welsh wonder. Let me start off by saying that I think it is quite obvious that Aaron Ramsey is better in central midfield. His partnership with Mesut Özil, his running from deep and his underrated ball winning ability makes him a ...Read more