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The players that Arsenal still need to ensure success 18

Posted on September 04, 2012 by admin

A Fine Line Between Arsenal and Success? by Abdul

After having a look at Arsenal’s squad last season and this season, it is evident there are a few minor changes Arsenal need in order to become the formidable force they once were. The defensive errors and costly mistakes at the back have been eradicated to some extent, with all the praise going to Steve Bould. It has been great seeing Arsenal play in a way where we can feel confident we dont have to score 4 goals in one game in order to get a feeling that Arsenal may come away with 3 points from a game. The good old 1-0 to the Arsenal phase seems to have returned and with Arsenal’s proven ability of scoring goals, there are some promising signs ahead for us Arsenal fans.

Akhil: Arsenal SHOULD be linked to everyone – but we won’t buy them all…. 14

Posted on June 07, 2012 by admin

Why Arsenal are linked with so many players by Akhil

5 changes that can make Arsenal champions again 30

Posted on February 24, 2012 by Nitesh

What do Arsenal need?

A lot of people will be questioning why big name players haven’t been brought into the club in order to strengthen the team at the moment. Why not draw on how we had past successes to build a team with the same basic shape. There are five things which I think Arsenal need to change in order to get some more stability in their team as well as being able to win more games.

Mategyero: The Ultimate Restructuring Guide for Arsenal FC (Part 1). 3

Posted on February 22, 2012 by Nitesh

Introduction.

The first article of mine to appear on this website early last year was about Arsenal’s squad depth. I argued that Arsenal clearly lacked depth. Even though Arsene brings in new players every season, my observation was (and still is) that these are just replacements and not real reinforcements to tackle the challenge of squad depth.

Even with these replacements, a lot of laxity has manifested itself. Many of Arsene’s signings are under-par and a Restructure is just the right word. We need a team that can compete not that one which will drop out of all competitions in a space of five days!

Weslee: Are Arsenal fans expecting too much from certain players? 35

Posted on January 25, 2012 by Nitesh

Arshavin would never have been able to cover Valencia.

Ok gooners, take a deep breath. Release. Here goes. I had recorded the game, so, i took a second look at the game with a view towards the Chamberlain substitution and the United second goal. I therefore looked at the whole game to see what the ebb and flow by both teams would show. First, United was man marking and being very tight on their marks. Second, Arsenal was constantly moving from the back to the United goal. This placed more pressure on the midfield and defence. Lastly, there were many occasions for Arsenal to score but failed to do so. Van Persie’s first attempt off the Rosicky feed being the most memorable. United also had several opportunities but Szczney kept them out. Van Persie missed badly.

Paul: When are the players to blame for bad results at Arsenal? 20

Posted on October 13, 2011 by Nitesh

I know that when things are bad, people are very quick to jump on the manager’s back and say he is not doing this or that. However, I was thinking— isn’t it about time the players shared the blame because as much as the manager may be telling them to do certain things before the game, they are the ones who go out there on the field and play.

Nitesh: Why are Premier League players talking about Arsenal bids? 18

Posted on October 09, 2011 by Nitesh

Joey Barton has apparently gone head on with the Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood, insisting that he was the subject of a bid from Arsenal in the close season. Now that’s pretty idiotic even if you look at it with your eyes closed, but look at it with a logical view and this is lunacy.

Even Pepe Reina has come out and said that Liverpool received a 25M bid for him from Arsenal. While this does show promising signs of Arsenal’s willingness to spend in the market, I do think that it’s an unwelcome hindrance at this point of the season, and could well be part of other teams psychological tactics over Arsenal.

Vinay: Wenger is a victim of his own success! (Stop paying lemons!) 12

Posted on October 05, 2011 by Nitesh

“Arsenal in crisis”; ‘Odds on for Wenger being sacked”; ” it is embarrassing to watch this team play” ” It will be miraculous if we finish even in the top half of the table” etc etc etc.

It hurts doesnt it when you read this as an Arsenal fan. The reasons can be aplenty but the doom and gloom brigade have set in at the football club and amongst the majority of their supporters as well it feels so.

Arsenal players learning their football together 10

Posted on September 30, 2011 by Nitesh

by Jason Godfrey

ARSENAL PROGRESS SHIFTING

I’ve been sitting back and observing the recent evolution of games that the Arsenal have completed, and my overall assessment could be described as “very pleased”. The Gunners are over the the hill and are now gliding down the other side with a run of victories. Displaying an increase in mobility and rhythm, the Gunners seem to be developing good passing and compatibility throughout the entire team. The new players appear to be integrating, acclimating and settling in quite well.

Kashmaster: A look here and there- Arsenal players on International duty ! 6

Posted on September 03, 2011 by Nitesh

Arsenal’s international results…….by Kashmaster

An international break couldn’t have come at a better time. It would be a good chance for the lads to put the last couple of weeks behind them and start afresh for the match against Swansea.

England’s U21 game against Azerbaijan looked very impressive. It was expected that the Arsenal players were the key players who orchestrated the 6-0 win. Lansbury looked sharp as he scored a brace and assisted if my memory serves me correctly. Oxlade looked very pacey indeed; he also looked a tad more nimble and definitely stronger than Walcott did at his age.

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