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Talk about a lepeord never changing its spots. That 90 minutes last night was Arsenal all over. It is important to remember that it is still only pre season, yes it is the final stages of pre season and we need to sharpen up but Cesc Fabregas and Kolo Toure played their first matches of the pre season.

We started off playing good possesion football, not overly penetrating and quick but we were the better side. Walcott played Adebayor clean through from just inside the Ajax half and he should really score those sort of chances but he doesn't seem to have the selection in finishing. Adebayor tries to pass the ball past the keeper and often gets that finish wrong. We know that Thierry Henry would have scored, Fernando Torres probably would have also it is something we have to accept with Adebayor as our front man. He brings so much else to the team and overall had a very effective game. His work rate was extremely high.

His second miss from Eboue's shot looked worse than it was. He lacked composure and could have slotted it low past the keeper but I think many strikers would have hit the defender as well.

On 34 minutes Ajax sent a straight ball forward, the Arsenal back four were in a good line and should have had plenty of time to pick up their players.

Kolo Toure headed the ball into the air and William Gallas should have followed Suarez but he let go and Suarez fired in a fantastic left foot volley past Almunia.

Two minutes later, William Gallas showed even worse defending that the first goal.

Kolo Toure was standing in the correct position but Gallas was standing practicaly next to Clichy. Ajax saw this and played a long pass forward.

Toure had to deal with two attackers as Gallas was nowhere to be seen, the ball was knocked back to Huntelaar who was unmarked and hit a fantastic shot into the bottom corner of Almunia's net.

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  • 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