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Young Gunners Overwhelm Bournemouth in a Competent FA cup win but There’s More Misery in Defence

Arsenal Vs Bournemouth

There were lots of interesting plot lines in this FA cup encounter between the two sides, Arsenal and Bournemouth who have both been extremely poor for the bulk of the season. The performance of Bournemouth and Arsenal in this game would probably indicate the immediate future of each and go some

Has the Transfer Window Come at the Wrong Time for Arteta

Mikel Arteta, January transfer window, arsenal loan transactions, arsedevils, Burnley, Arteta

There’s two ways to look at the January transfer window. Firstly, from a fans perspective, there surely isn’t a single supporter who hasn’t identified the genuine need for two centre backs and possibly another creative midfielder. The defensive issue is and has been a burning concern for several seasons and although

With the January Transfer Window Approaching, Here is why Arsenal Need to Forget About Zaha and Concentrate on Securing the Future of the Team

Wilfred Zaha

As we turn the corner of the year and head towards January, there are a few, mainly on social media, considering the merits of landing Crystal Palace striker Wilfred Zaha. Arsenal placed a bid for the Palace man of around £40m in the summer, but were told it would take double

Arsenal Academy Might Be The Answer To Unai Emery’s Formation Problems.

Arsenal academy graduates

With Arsenal suffering from a case of mistaken identity in recent performances, there has followed an ocean of speculation regarding a solution. As I recently touched upon in another blog, the formation of the team seems to be hindering the performance. By including two superb strikers, Emery has altered the balance

Hale End Graduates Ruling the Turf Against Frankfurt Proves Why Its Important To Trust The Youth

Bukayo Saka, Frankfurt Vs Arsenal

Every Arsenal supporter is familiar with the names of Nelson, Willock, Maitland-Niles and Smith Rowe. All have managed to appear in the first team and all are highly regarded, but on a September evening at the Commerzbank-Arena, another emerging star took centre stage. 18-year-old Bukayo Saka came out from the

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