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Since I'm not an Englishman, and I'm not living in London, so my love for Arsenal isn't because of my place of origin or my root, it's simple because I love the way Arsenal's play, I love the way monsieur Wenger built this time from a bunch of youngsters who became a world class players. Arsenal are known as a team that play a very beautiful football, honestly I think, only Arsenal that can beat Barcelona :), but this beautiful football isn't accompanied with the luck, I lost count how many times we lost or held to a drawn by a very late goal last season, the CC final, a match versus Sunderland, etc. And this thing make people talk that Arsenal is a very good football team without maturity, that make Arsenal could be lost in a very last minute, but I think that, last season we

Ramsey was one young player who many Arsenal fans would have expected to step up this season with the key players departing and Wilshere injured. However his form has been indifferent which is understandable considering he is still only 21.Some Arsenal fans have already written off  Ramsey on the basis of  his recent performances which i think is really harsh. He had a pretty decent start to the season but struggled to maintain that form. The biggest criticism of his game was his  inability to finish off chances. Also he would often try to overplay by trying some back heels and fancy flicks when

Prior to that infamous hiding, AW wasn't particularly known for signing players below 25 years of age, save for the likes of err... ahem, Mikael Silvester (lol) and free transfers like Chamack (I swear that boy just needs a run of games, but is good). After the drubbing, AW quickly pulled out his cheque book & gave us among others, Mikel Arteta & Youssi Benayoun, two players who i must say have been of much needed help. It also seems like a policy that is set to continue into the new season. Lukas Podolski is just awaiting a shirt number i suppose, while am sure Sunderland wouldn't mind mailing Sessegnon over if we racked up a figure close to what they want (but 8mil should do the job). Both are exciting transfers, & if u add the rumor that Rennes' much fancied Yann M'vila is

Arsenal team”, the same people also called for Wenger’s head and called for a new manager at Arsenal, it’s worth pointing out that even before our recent form, we had a run from Oct 21 till the end of December where we only lost 1 game in the league and that was a narrow loss to Man city away. It bothers me that paid journalists failed to spot the correlation between our injuries and our form that was so glaringly obvious for all to see, yet still, most journalists and pundits alike don’t point this out and still call this Arsenal side  “The worst ever” While reading the match reports this morning, little

I find it quite bewildering that just two years later so many seem to endlessly criticise him, and some go as far to say as they want him out of the club. No-one is saying that he doesn’t have problems; he has often formed quite a frustrating figure whenever he has been on the pitch. He sometimes lingers on the ball for that one second too long, he doesn’t always make the right choice in the final third and he hasn’t shown exceptional finishing ability. What he does provide however, is an outstanding work-rate. He is never invisible on the pitch; he always does his bit defensively, and is usually always involved some way in our attacks, for good or bad. People may remember

  • 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