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Arsenal’s FA Cup Clash With Leeds is Another Chance for Arteta to See his Side Play with Style and Intensity But is Something of a Hinderance

Arsenal Vs Leeds

Arsenal Vs Leeds is a mouthwatering FA Cup tie between two old rivals that once put on fierce contests which required policing by a fearless referee. Back as far as I can remember, Don Revie’s Leeds used to roll over teams with their sheer physicality and by way of intense

Arsenal’s London Derby With Chelsea Is All About The Performance Rather Than The Result

Chelsea, Arsedevils, Arsenal Vs Chelsea

Mikel Arteta’s brief reign has given him very little breathing space, with the games coming thick and fast in the FA Cup and the domestic and Europa League. A total of 4 games in 13 days against the likes of Manchester United, Leeds United, Crystal Palace and first up, the

Another Day, Another Draw But There Are Signs Of Rejuvenation In Some Of Arsenal’s Beleaguered Stars

Bournemouth Vs Arsenal, Bournemouth

Mikel Arteta breezed into the Emirates in almost Nanny McPhee style, looking to encourage unruly, misguided, slovenly and mischievous players to reconnect with their potential and talent. Although time has been in short supply, it would appear that he has managed to accelerate that process to some degree in his

Confusion Over Granit Xhaka’s Future As The New coach Offers Praise Whilst His Agent Agrees A Transfer Deal

Granit, Granit Xhaka, Xhaka transfer speculation

Mikel Arteta is the latest manager to become seduced by the mystic powers of Swiss misfit Granit Xhaka. Wenger, Emery and now Arteta have become almost bewitched by the latent talent of the massively overrated midfielder and although I’m not a coach, I can’t see where the 27-year-old's gifts are

Arsenal Need to Arrest Their Slide or Risk Embracing the Dark Abyss of the Premier League’s Middle Reaches

Champions League, Arsenal

One win in 12 matches across all competitions says it all. Arsenal are mired in a sticky mud of incompetence, ineptitude and crippling insecurity. The Gunners lack any kind of identity in their performances at the moment, and the ‘new manager bounce’ has not materialised under interim boss Freddie Ljungberg.

Arsenal’s Clash Against West Ham Is So Much More Than Just Another London Derby, It’s A Must Win Match For Both

West Ham Vs Arsenal, West Ham United

A London Derby against West Ham United is normally a fixture that excites and there have been a number of games in recent years that have favoured their North London rivals, Arsenal. However that was when the Gunners were less fragile and weren’t there for the taking. This incarnation of Arsenal

What Can Arsenal and Manchester United Learn from Recent Setbacks?

Manchester United, Arsenal, FA Cup

There was a time when Manchester United and Arsenal were the dominant forces in the Premier League. Under the tenures of Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger, the two clubs enjoyed one of the fiercest rivalries in the history of the game. However, both teams have since fallen into a decline

How Ljungberg Plans to Bring the Fighting Spirit and Attacking Style Back for the Encounter Against Norwich City

Norwich City Vs Arsenal, Norwich City

Arsenal are suddenly a different proposition under Freddie Ljungberg than they were under Unai Emery and Norwich City must be kicking themselves that they didn’t get to play them a week ago, which probably would have guaranteed three vital points. At that time, confidence had disappeared and disunity was rife. Emery’s