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

Arsenal vs Standard Leige Arsedevils

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

Martinelli, Holding, Willock, Nelson and Bellerin all Contribute in Helping Supporters Envision the Future for Arsenal by Running Riot Against Nottingham Forest

Arsenal Vs Nottingham Forest, Nottingham Forest

Oh what an evening it turned out to be for Arsenal fans who saw a young Gunners side dispatch Nottingham Forest 5-0 at the Emirates. There were so many highs that one didn’t know which to put at the top of the list. It could have been the return of Rob

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

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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

Are The Gunners Destined For Another Collapse Or Does Josh Kroenke’s Words Foresee Otherwise ?

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Arsenal continue their pre-season games in the United States of America and head to the FedEx Stadium to take on Real Madrid in the International Conference Cup competition. Despite having dispatched Bayern Munich in the first game and Fiorentina in the second, courtesy of Eddie Nketiah's goal and then Eddie Nketiah's

Arsenal And Unai Emery Can Save Millions In Transfer Fees If They Simply Give A Chance To These Five Wonderkids

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The Arsenal academy is considered as one of the best footballing academies in England, and rightly so. The Arsenal academy graduates have proven to be world class footballers, whether at the Emirates or somewhere else. Players like Jack Wilshere, Alex Iwobi, Hector Bellerin, Wojciech Szczesny, Serge Gnabry, and Ashley Cole –

SHOCKING | Two Highly Promising Arsenal Youth Players Released By Unai Emery : Are Arsenal Selling The Kids And The Club Short?

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When blogging on Arsenal, occasionally, a story of some importance goes undetected and it was only by chance that I came across it whilst researching something else. Much has been made of Arsenal’s emerging academy talents and there has been a strong suggestion both in development terms and because of

These Are The Five Brilliant Arsenal Players That Can Actually Save Unai Emery MILLIONS In The Transfer Market

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When Arsene Wenger left Arsenal last season, what Arsenal lost the most was a man who had a knack of spotting and bringing youngsters to the first team, accommodating and giving them game time, which helped them grow tremendously, making the team stronger in the process. Many of these players

CONFIRMED VIA [BBC] : Medical ongoing followed by Presentation and Signing | Lucas Torreira to complete his move today

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Confirmed reports right now reveal that Uruguayan midfielder Lucas Torreira is in the club as of this moment to undergo medical ahead of his widely anticipated move to Arsenal. Previously the gunners were said to have agreed to a £26.4million fee with Sampdoria for Torreira shortly before the start of the World

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