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Firstly, let me just state that as a young man, I had almost instant gratification when I began supporting Arsenal back in 98. I was not subjected to long years without trophies or title challenges until recently. I didn't really recognize the significance of the Bergkamp signing because of how young I was and my interest in football was in its fledgling years. Now that I am a bit more informed I realize how big a statement it was for a club of our stature to sign a player of his quality; with that in mind I feel the Ozil signing has the potential to change the reputation and perception of Arsenal football club. In my eyes it is the biggest transfer of the summer, I believe him to be a better player and one with more potential than any of the other high profile transfers that have taken place this summer. Wenger has many detractors but I think this transfer has as much to do with him as it does with the mega bucks we’re spending on him. He obviously sold Arsenal to Ozil, he demonstrated the unwavering faith he has in his players and

With Arteta currently injured, I am curious to see whether Wenger gives Flamini a starting berth or plumps for Wilshere or Rosicky. In the Villa game, Wilshere and Ramsey struggled to connect in midfield and their lack of understanding led to Villa’s third goal. And whilst I find it hard to believe that two professional footballers with their remarkable talent cannot play together, I do think a more senior head is required alongside one of the duo. In years gone by we have made the mistake of surrounding young players with other young players and seen them collapse under pressure; this season we have three experienced international midfielders in Arteta, Rosicky and Flamini who can accompany them. With Arteta currently sidelined, Flamini and Rosicky have a chance to break into the team. For me Rosicky, whilst a fantastic player, is suited to playing higher up the pitch and may not be able to resist joining the attack with Ramsey, leaving us exposed to the counter. Flamini, on the other hand, offers a doggedness and hard hitting style of play we haven’t seen since…well since Flamini of 2008. He is tenacious in the tackle, marshals the team well and breaks down attacks. We have not had a player of his controlled aggression for a long time, and I say controlled because I have seen Wilshere dive in

But lets get back on track, now that Wenger has money to spend, he is spending and I believe he will sign more big names. From what I have heard the phone call Ozil and Wenger had was about Wenger explaining what he had planed and that is that he is going to make Arsenal into a Premier League title winning side and Champions League winning side and he plans to do that by buying big names like Ozil. This on top of how Arsenal's newly found confidence is making us play sounds like an unbelievable future but I well

Other things are falling into place as well now. Despite a loss to the United under 21 team, the kids have started the season fairly well and the promotion of Gedion Zelalem and Serge Gnabry to the first team squad as well as the first team bow of big Chuba Akpom yesterday implies that we still have faith in our academy. Crucially, the team has also kicked on from the disappointment of four weeks ago to record 5 wins on the bounce, a couple in really trying circumstances. Additionally, to say our two form players of pre-season, Olivier Giroud and Aaron Ramsey, have hit the ground running would be to do an injustice to the both of them. They have exploded out of the blocks this season and I also find great satisfaction noticing how superbly Giroud’s English has improved with his play over the last year.

Arsenal to succeed this season, the secret is simple: get Aaron Ramsey off the treatment table. Currently, he's indispensable to the Arsenal team and he must be wrapped in cotton wool. Analysts and pundits alike seem to have finally taken notice of Ramsey's performances for Arsenal this season. His performances has been very efficient this season. No dazzling dribbles, no 'wow' flicks, no flair, but plenty of goals, a couple of assists, frightening amount of interceptions, mind-boggling number of tackles etc.

  • 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