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signing Lionel Messi would be, but pretty darn great. I'm actually a season ticket holder at Everton so I have watched Fellaini play regularly now for almost 5 years and seen him in attacking midfield and defensive midfield a lot. Having seen this I can come to the conclusion that he is best, as he himself says, as a defensive midfielder. And this is why he's the ideal signing for Arsenal

Arsenal FC and Tottenham Hotspur FC, who have no love lost between them. So a couple of friends and I decided to head down there and see what it’s like. Let me tell you — it was a great experience and one which I will remember for a long time. The pub itself is very nice and spacious. The owners seemed to be big fans of Celtic FC

Rooney, Fellaini and Higuain being talked about. But yet again news is filtering in that Arsenal are losing the battle in signing Higuain and Fellaini due to the fact that they aren’t meeting the transfer fees of each player. One cannot stress the importance of signing these two players. Both are world class performers with stellar records, both are worth every penny, yet the club have gone back on the policy of saving as much as possible in signing these two players. This approach is fraught with stupidity. Recently Ivan Gazidis has gone on record to state that Arsenal can spend 25 million on players and can afford to pay 175k a week wages. While this may look like positive talk, that is all it will remain until further action is taken. Making tall claims is one matter, walking the talk is a whole other. Many critics have simply dismissed this as a mere PR stunt to get fans to buy more season tickets since the time of renewal usually falls in this period

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who would provide a great counter to such tactics as he is more than willing to have a shot from range. He may be the best we have in the squad for long distance efforts as more often than not he hits the target, but he also gets enough power into his shots to trouble the opposition’s keeper. In fact, we could introduce Podolski

That said, there is, in my opinion, still a need for Arsenal to balance its attacking diversity between using the side’s primary attacking approach and using alternate attacking approaches.   If balance in Arsenal’s attacking diversity is not considered by the team and the side diverts too often from its primary attacking approach, I foresee players failing to understand their role in the team's attacking build up play, which increases the likelihood of Arsenal’s build up play breaking down. However, if the team become too focused on one single attacking approach and does not vary that approach often enough, then the side is faced with the aforementioned one dimensional attacking conundrum. That said, I thought the team at the back end of the

  • 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