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“If Something Doesn’t Work, Just Keep Going”- Attacker Reveals Emery’s role behind great form

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It has been 18 months since Alex Iwobi made his breakthrough with Arsenal's first team under Arsene Wenger. However, the Nigerian international has struggled since to cement his place in the squad. This season is either make or break for Iwobi, and new boss Unai Emery seems to have instilled new confidence

Unai Emery Is Brilliantly Doing What Arsene Wenger Could Not And This Is Exactly How

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Arsenal have recorded a consecutive seventh win in all competitions under Unai Emery after the losses to Manchester City and Chelsea in the Premier League. The Gunners beat Watford 2-0 at the Emirates in a match where the Hornets gave them a run for their money by being physical and pressing

The Journey So Far: Is It Too Stupid And Too Early To Hope For Glory?

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Do you feel it too? Arsenal have now gone 7 games unbeaten in all competitions this season. 5 of those games were in the Premier League, but why am I hesitant to get carried away in excitement, let alone get hopeful of what can be expected, come May? https://twitter.com/BetweenThePosts/status/1046472038414782464 The Gunners currently

Ambitious Elneny reveals reason behind signing contract extention with Arsenal

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Egpytian midfield Mo Elneny has signed a long term contract with Arsenal according to official announcement from the club.  25 year old midfielder Elneny, joined Arsenal from Swiss side Basel in a £5 million move during the Winter transfer window of 2015-2016 and has made 65 appearances for the north London club.  The length

Watch Xhaka Literally Picking his nose as Cleverly scores the winner in front of him

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A lot has happened on the pitch which may have contributed to Arsenals tragic and excruciating loss to Watford but one thing seems to stand out in particular as Watford sealed a 92nd min winner against Arsenal. Apart from questionable refereeing decisions, blatant missed opportunities, controvertial and 'scandalous' penalty decisions there

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