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Ljundberg looking for Miracles with Injuries to Bellerin and Tierney Ahead of Clash with Manchester City

Arsenal Vs Manchester City, Manchester City

The win at West Ham was a relief but it was completely overshadowed by the injuries to Hector Bellerin (hamstring) and Kieran Tierney (dislocated shoulder) which have presented the interim manager Freddie Ljungberg with a sizeable headache ahead of the clash at the Emirates to Manchester City. Ljungberg has little choice

West Ham Fall for an Arsenal sucker Punch of Three Sensational Goals to Finally Secure a win.

West Ham Vs Arsenal, West Ham

For those that believe in omens, the pre-match injury to Héctor Bellerin in the warm up (hamstring) and the injury to Kieran Tierney (28) with a dislocated shoulder during the West Ham Vs Arsenal fixture did little to lighten the mood of Arsenal supporters or suggest that Freddie Ljungberg would

Preferred Team Lineups and Prediction as Zaha Looks all set to Punish an Arsenal Defence Without Tierney and Bellerin

Arsenal Vs Crystal Palace

If Unai Emery is thinking of playing Callum Chambers and Sead Kolasinac, as right and left backs for the Arsenal Vs Crystal Palace game at the Emirates on Sunday, I’ve one word of advice for him: ‘Dont !’ Emery can’t afford another shoddy performance with a host of bit part players

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

Is there truly no end in sight to this sea of defensive frailties at Arsenal?

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For all of Arsenal’s potency going forward so far this season, with eight goals scored in their opening five games and summer signing Nicolas Pépé striking up an early partnership with last season’s deadly duo: Alexandre Lacazette (before his injury against bitter rivals Tottenham Hotspur) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, defence has

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