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Obviously a few of the lesser known lights have left the club this year - Samantha Nasri, Frank Fabregas and Gary Cliche in particular – and we should really give them a tiny mention and wish them at least average luck at their new clubs. Their departures really weren’t planned but in the end we just had to burn some of the dead wood and those three were the last against the school fence when AOC and Ryo were picking teams. Sorry guys! Also, because this is Arsenal, there was just time at the end of the summer for the club to spring one more surprise on us. As mentioned above Jackie Lad had won the annual tombola but in light of recent success the club decided to hold a second prize draw on the eve of the new season. Tommy V was the lucky winner this time around and will be joining Jack at the

We have a very strong back 5 even before the arrival of Per Mertesacker. Our problem still remains our midfield 3 and attacking 3. They have to cultivate the habit of closing down the opposition when without the ball. Often we see them staring like passengers, which at this stage isn't good enough. Song should learn how to keep his position, sit and leave the ball players to do their job. Arteta has a

The signing of Arteta perpetuates the usage of a 4-3-3. But Theo should remember that his best form for the Club came in the middle of last season during the wonderful purple patch that shall forever be known as Theo Van Nasregas. (a single tear rolls

I have heard and read a lot of ex footballers, pundits, journalists criticise Wenger for not stumping the cash for Cahill rather than going for a cheap alternative in Per Mertesacker. I see no reason why anyone would fault Wenger's judgement on this one. Mertesacker has a wealth of experience which Cahill can only dream of. He has won the Uefa Cup with Werder Bremen, competed in the Champions League and represented his country at the highest level. He has 75 caps for his country, Played 147 Bundesliga

Out of the blue Arsenal snapped up the experienced Brazilian International from Turkish side Fenerbahçe in which is played 52 times scoring 10 goals. A strike rate that Emile Heskey would be proud of. At just over £6m he looks like a bargain. Santos looks like a powerful, yet very skilful wide player who will probably enjoy bombing forward down the Emirates turf. When Gael Clichy was at Arsenal, we usually had Sagna pushing forward to provide the width and crossing while Clichy stayed

Considering the fact they were thrust in at the deep end, the kids didn’t do too badly. An undeniable ray of light was Emanuel ‘DEEEEEEEENCH’ Frimpong whose performance before his red card has been rightly lauded from all quarters. After all the tippy-tappy, it’s refreshing to see a more combative element to the Arsenal midfield. There’s no way the team will ever be considered a ‘soft touch’ with this lad charging about like a rabid rhinoceros on speed. For all the talk of Arsene Wenger’s youth policy

The positives from the game was our back 4 and Frimpong. Vermaelen was gold on the day, Caroll didn't get a sniff. Vermaelen won everything on ground and in the air, its a real shame we didn't get to keep a clean sheet on that kind of performance.  Miquel was very impressive and he was very unlucky that his clearance hit Ramsey and went in to give Liverpool the lead. Jenkinson was impressive too