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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

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.

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

4-2-1-3 | Laca, Auba & Pepe To Start Together As Four Players Ruled Out | Here Is How Arsenal Will Lineup Against Burnely

Burnley, Arsenal Vs Burnley

Burnley are not often given enough credit for their time in the Premier League. They are seen as one of those annoying clubs that obstruct the big fish, rob the odd point and are intent on spoiling the party. They are all of those things but they also can play football,

Xavier Amaechi’s Departure To Hamburg Sounds Alarm Bells For Emerging Talents At The Club

Amaechi, Arsenal. Arsedevils

Yes, we have every right to be excited by the prospect of Nicolas Pepe arriving at the Emirates for many reasons. He’s a genuine talent, blessed with pace, great technique, poise and attacking instincts and his arrival would indicate that the Kroenke’s are actually investing in Arsenal and showing genuine

Nelson To Get His Opportunity as Transfer Policy Changes at Arsenal Signals A Bright Future For Our Hottest Prospect

Nelson, Arsedevils, Reiss Nelson

I’m going out on a limb here, forget all the talk about Wilfred Zaha. Whilst fans have been waiting for news of a complete u-turn in transfer policy to facilitate a big money move or they have been consumed by the distraction of offloading the deadwood in the squad, Reiss

Can Freddie Ljungberg Be The Guardian Of Arsenal’s Golden Generation ?

Ljungberg, Unai Emery, Arsenal manager

The promotion of Ljungberg to the position of Arsenal’s assistant manager, was welcomed by the majority of fans and after a successful season with the under 23’s, the former player is firmly in the spotlight at a difficult time for the club. https://twitter.com/afcstuff/status/1140599669397041152?s=19 Yet there’s more at stake than the immediate success

Krystian Bielik And Rob Holding Could Be The Answer To Arsenal’s Central Defensive Problem, But Emery Needs To Prioritise

Krystian Bielik

  Arsenal are in trouble financially this transfer window, unable to sell and struggling to buy. The majority of targets are way beyond their price range and it’s beginning to be yet another uncomfortable transfer window that promises little even though a drastic overhaul is required A left back, a central defender,

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