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Worst in the Squad but Better Than the Best in the World, Mustafi’s Stats are Baffling yet Impressive

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You may want to find a comfortable seat to recover from what you are about to read but recent stats of Shkodran Mustafi imply that he is Arsenal’s best defender and also one of the best in the World. I know, it makes little sense after watching Mustafi last season, continuously

The Perceived Power shift that was Nothing but Smoke and Mirrors, is now the Biggest Joke of all Time

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There’s a delicious irony about the way Arsenal’s decline has been perceived in the media, with Spurs supposedly in the ascendency. The pundits have lavished praise on Spurs and heaped scorn on Arsenal. The game of one-upmanship even stretched to stadiums and then funds, because after Arsenal moved from Highbury to

Defender Overload At Arsenal Next Season As Emery Has To Decide Whom To Let Go.

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When every defender is finally fit, Unai Emery and Arsenal will have quite a problem to solve. Sokratis, Saliba, Holding, Chambers, Mustafi, Luiz, Mavropanos and possibly another addition to the Arsenal defense in the summer, means a surplus to requirements at the back. Not to mention those just under the radar

Arsenal are way too far From Being Perfect Despite Their Win Over Bournemouth

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There’s a slight confusion in my mind. I’d prepared myself for quite a close game between Arsenal and Bournemouth but the South Coast side clearly had other ideas by being so unbelievably poor in the first 45 minutes. After Arsenal put them to the sword around the 9th minute via a

Emery may find it Difficult to Keep the Shackles on Gabriel Martinelli as Arsenal Fans Sense the Arrival of a Future Superstar

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Criticism has followed Arsenal like the rain of late but in the Europa league, Arsenal look like a different side. It’s slightly odd but this is mainly because of cloudy judgement and team selections courtesy of Unai Emery, who left out both Bellerin and Tierney from Monday’s dull draw at

Key Lessons Learned as Arsenal Breeze Past Standard Liege with Another Martinelli Samba Masterclass

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Another soggy night in Arsenal’s season but this time we had a sunshine performance with Arsenal brushing aside Standard Liege in a 4-0 win in the Europa league. Gabriel Martinelli and Kieran Tierney were the standout performers for me and incidentally, it’s worth noting that Arsenal had a clean sheet with

Ozil the Arsenal Albatross Finally Admits Defeat in the Battle of Wills with Unai Emery

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It’s unofficial but it’s said that Mesut Ozil has reluctantly told his agent that he can’t remain in North London for the remainder of his contract. Lacking in serious amount of game time since the appointment of Emery, Ozil is reportedly thinking of leaving the Emirates. Emery has finally convinced the

Arsenal Would be Nowhere Without him yet, Could Arsenal be tempted to sell Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at the end of the season?

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I can already feel the animosity at the headline because Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has made quite an impact since his arrival in 2018. He is genuine class, has a natural nose for goal and is probably considered to be one of the best strikers in the world today. Aubameyang has 14 strikes

Why January transfer window Might Just be too Late for Arsenal to get the Right reinforcements

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You can’t deny it, Arsenal are currently playing like a wounded and confused animal at present. It’s limping from one result to the next and it’s not clear what the long term prognosis is. The biggest problem seems to be that they have an attacking instinct that has become tangled with

Cautious And Callous Emery Misses The Chance To End Arsenal’s Dismal Thirteen Years Wait

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You have to go back to September 17th 2006 to find the last Arsenal win over Manchester United at Old Trafford and on the evidence of Monday’s clash, not that it can be called a clash due to its insipid nature, it’s going to be a while before it happens