Category Archives: Arsene Wenger

Is Revitalisation Around The Corner For Andrei Arshavin?

Aside from a brilliant run of form in the first 6 months of his Arsenal career, Andrei Arshavin’s Arsenal career has often been outshone by his play for his national side, where he has been able to have a greater … Continue reading

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Not Only Almunia was at fault

Obviously, the main talking point is Manuel Almunia’s inability to catch Kevin Phillips’ deflected shot effort, and how the title chances look over again. Yes, Almunia should’ve dealt with the effort, and it came from a stupidly conceded free kick. … Continue reading

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Arsenal Got to have Sol against Birmingham

With Thomas Vermaelen’s appeal being denied, and the injury to William Gallas, Arsenal have a centre back injury crisis. With 4 games in 10 days, it’s going to be an issue.Against Birmingham, Sol Campbell must start. He, unlike Mikael Silvestre, … Continue reading

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Arsene Wenger gets the tactics right as Arsenal hammer Porto

Arsenal went through to the quarter final with a 5-0 victory, which at times wasn’t as comfortable as the scoreline suggested. Samir Nasri and Emmanuel Eboue’s goals 90 seconds of football apart made the final 20 minutes routine. Arsene Wenger … Continue reading

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Sol Campbell v Philippe Senderos

Why did Arsene Wenger dump Philippe Senderos while preferring the 35 year old Sol Campbell whose signing surprised many, if not Sol himself.One reason may be the style of play the 2 have. They are similar in height, with Senderos … Continue reading

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