The talent in our squad is huge even though we lost some key players in the summer. The likes of Ramsey and Song have stepped up a notch, RVP continued where he left off from last season. We have Theo who is a lot more confident in his abilities and who will add a couple of more goals to his
Park was in inspiring form for South Korea and notched up a goal in their win. Since his arrival at Arsenal, I've seen him notch up goals every time he has gone away to play for South Korea but he has struggled to stake a claim as a first team product, largely because of the world class form RVP is in. One thing we can all agree with is Park has moved ahead of
Ju Park and the already much loved Ryo Miyaichi are two Asian players who are currently on our books. Junichi Inamoto was another Asian who came to Arsenal on loan from Japan but never quite
He got his chance in the first two Carling cup games sandwiched by a Champions league tie against Olympiacos, all at the Emirates. In two of the three games he was fantastic, scoring two very good goals. In recent games, Chamberlain has been pulled back out of the spotlight and has often failed
I am loving all things Arsenal right now. From Mikel Arteta's quality to Carl Jenkinson's interviews. He is sounding very mature and confident these days. Listening to Jenkinson is like listening to a
Our talismanic captain Robin van Persie has been in fine form and is currently leading the goal scorers log with 11 goals. His hat-trick against Chelsea is still fresh in my mind and I really can't help thinking the level he would have been at, had he stayed injury free 2 years back. He is currently on 29 goals in 28 games in the league this calendar year(2011), a feat only bettered by Ronaldo of
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
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