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Hoping Theo Walcott Isn’t the Last Player to Make Fun of Fans

Posted on 5 Jan, 2014, by in Soccer

There was nothing abusive or malicious about Theo Walcott having a bit of fun with Spurs fans, pointing out what the result was while being taken off the pitch. No ‘giving them the finger’, no verbal abuse (not from his direction). Just an Arsenal player enjoying a win over their biggest rival. Unlike Jack Wilshere, we hope to see more of this from players in the sport. More

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Arsenal FC – Theo Walcott Can Cover for Olivier Giroud

Posted on 2 Jan, 2014, by in Soccer

Even with so many injuries, Arsene Wenger had enough quality in his attack and midfield to start Theo Walcott, Mikel Arteta, Jack Wilshere and Santi Cazorla for Arsenal, while Nicklas Bendtner showed once again that he might not be the best in the world, but there’s certainly uses for him when a team is missing their starting striker. More

Mike Dean

Mike Dean Did His Best to Help Chelsea Against Arsenal

Posted on 24 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

The London derby between Arsenal and Chelsea was a huge disappointment. Not just the goalless draw, but poor officiating, possibly even bias, from Mike Dean, allowing Chelsea players like John Obi Mikel to tackle harshly all match long without penalizing anyone, and ignoring a clear penalty by Willian on Theo Walcott. More

Olivier Giroud

Arsenal FC – Olivier Giroud Needed to Stay on The Pitch

Posted on 15 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

With Arsenal down by two goals, Arsene Wenger decided he’ll take off his best striker, Olivier Giroud. Why? Hard to explain, although it was quite easy prediction that his team was just going to suffer for that decision. More

Mesut Ozil

Arsenal FC – Mesut Ozil Coming Back to Life

Posted on 5 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

If there was ever an opportunity to give Olivier Giroud some much needed rest, Arsene Wenger finally found it, while getting something out of Nicklas Bendtner to the surprise of everyone. But focusing on more important players for Arsenal down the road, the fantastic job Aaron Ramsey this season in every match resulted in Mesut Ozil getting on the scoresheet, and looking better than he has in over a month. More

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Arsenal FC – An Endless List of Injuries

Posted on 18 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

As Arsenal are about to embark on another Champions League season, their first match of the campaign will force them to put on a lineup we haven’t seen from the before, as Arsene Wenger has to deal with injuries to Santi Cazorla, Mikel Arteta, Lukas Podolski, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Tomas Rosicky, Yaya Sanogo, Abou Diaby and Nicklas Bendtner. More

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Arsenal FC – Olivier Giroud Changing Opinions Quickly

Posted on 17 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

Football fans have short memories, and anyone berating Arsene Wenger for not bringing in a striker isn’t too angry now as they see the new and improved version of Olivier Giroud, now coming with an upgraded midfield to provide him with chances, including Mesut Ozil who still needs time to settle down and a fantastic Aaron Ramsey. More

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Arsenal FC – Mesut Ozil Will Make Olivier Giroud Very Happy

Posted on 15 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

It took only 11 minutes for Mesut Ozil to show Olivier Giroud what he can do for him as his new dealer on an Arsenal team that both enjoyed an even greater midfield quality than usual and some sketchy refereeing at some point, although the whistle was actually a double edges sword on the day. More

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Arsenal FC – Mesut Ozil Might Be What Saves Arsene Wenger

Posted on 12 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

It’s quite impossible to tell just how much at risk Arsene Wenger is because of the differences in evaluating his work between Arsenal fans and the ownership, but there’s no doubt that the arrival of Mesut Ozil can end all those questions and calls calling for his removal. More

Olivier Giroud

Arsenal FC – Olivier Giroud Might Not be so Bad After All

Posted on 2 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

Even if Arsene Wenger does have a short squad which forces him to use full backs as attacking wingers, there’s enough quality to maintain dominance in the North London derby, with Santi Cazorla proving he’s the best player the team has, while Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud continue to improve their partnership in what should have been more than just one goal. More