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Mategyero – How long before Arsenal can compete again? 2

Posted on December 22, 2012 by admin

The Arsenal Puzzle; Connecting The Dots (Part Two) by Mategyero. P.S. If you missed part one, catch it here.

Why players leave.
On social networks, especially Facebook, Arsenal fans have turned their anger to players who have left the club calling them Judases and all sorts of names like ‘traitor’. The general perception is that these players lack team spirit. It could be so, it could be otherwise.
In a footballer’s perspective, they would want at the evening of their footballing career to look at hugely successful career especially if they are playing top-flight football for a club with the stature and history of Arsenal. A few medals, titles, and other accolades testify to this. Unfortunately, a player, let us say, who joined Arsenal in 2005 at 21 would have to wait until he is 31 in 2014 – which is an injustice on the part of the this player.

Is Pep Guardiola the answer to Arsenal’s problems? 21

Posted on February 22, 2012 by admin

Pros and Cons of Having Pep Guardiola as Arsenal Manager by Sooraj

In recent times, Arsenal fans have had very little to cheer about. However, they might be jumping for joy if a particular rumour becomes true. Rumours are rife that Pep Guardiola might replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager, while Wenger will move upstairs. Despite the rumor having no credibility or confirmation, it would be interesting to see what happens if this happens. The potential pros and cons of such a move are listed below.

Biswajeet: When will Arsene Wenger finally leave Arsenal? 18

Posted on January 17, 2012 by Nitesh

The enigma called “Arsenal”

As I lay in bed that night after witnessing the meek surrender at the Liberty Stadium, I felt a sense of betrayal. I am sure millions of gooners the world over felt the same! You cannot take away anything from Swansea’s performance, as it seemed that Swansea were a premier league force and that Arsenal were the newly promoted ones. The lack of desire and intent on our part was a tough one to swallow. Wenger recently was quoted saying “it would be stupid for us to drop points for not having a natural fullback”. Halfway through the January transfer window, we are as close to a fullback as we are to any silverware. And then Wenger goes on to say that the January transfer window should be scrapped.

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