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Arsenal FC – Mesut Ozil Really Helpful When He Doesn’t Play

Posted on 17 Mar, 2014, by in Soccer

More than anything, Arsenal needed toughness and bravery in the North London derby. Arsene Wenger changed his tactics to fit a team out to bite on counter attacks and then sit back and defend. The plan worked well with Tomas Rosicky providing the goal and eventual winner, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Santi Cazorla did a great job in the middle of the pitch and Mesut Ozil played his part by not being available, which actually helped his team. More

Arsenal FC – Jack Wilshere Should Keep Playing in a Wider Position

Posted on 27 Nov, 2013, by in Soccer

Maybe Jack Wilshere prefers playing as a central midfielder, a playmaker in the classic sense. But considering the squad Arsenal have and the system Arsene Wenger deploys, time and time again it’s been proven that the English international is a lot more useful when he plays in a wide position, almost as a winger. More

Arsenal FC – Mesut Ozil & Aaron Ramsey Thriving Side by Side

Posted on 2 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

Even without playing a single midfielder with tendencies to play on the wing, Arsenal had a look about them during the first half of having an extra player to their opponent, as the switching between Mesut Ozil and Aaron Ramsey worked perfectly, leaving themselves and other players wide open on almost every other attack to ensure the victory before the end of the first half. More

Arsenal FC – Jack Wilshere Continues to Prove He’s Overrated

Posted on 18 Aug, 2013, by in Soccer

Everywhere you looked at on the Emirates pitch after a not-so-surprising home loss for Arsenal, you saw a tragic figure. Jack Wilshere, once again failing to deliver amid huge expectations. Laurent Koscielny, deleting all the praises with reckless challenges once again. And Arsene Wenger, who is running out of excuses to sell the media and the public. More

Arsenal FC – Arsene Wenger Can Only Attack Referees

Posted on 5 Dec, 2012, by in Soccer

When the losses keep piling up, all that’s left to do is find others to blame. Arsene Wenger has two modes: Ignoring the problems by saying everything is OK, or actually taking out his frustration on someone else. After another match without a win (fourth in a row in all competitions), it was the referee, according to the manager, that ruined Arsenal’s chances of winning three points. More

There’s Only One Team in North London (Arsenal vs Tottenham)

Posted on 26 Feb, 2012, by in Soccer

Arsenal and Arsene Wenger are navigating through a terrible season in their standards, but their 5-2 win over Tottenham in the North London Derby, in their best display of the season with Theo Walcott scoring twice to cap off a comeback from 0-2 down will undoubtedly raise the spirits back to normal among Gunners fans, at least for a week or so. More

World Cup Reminder – The Ten Best Goals From Germany 2006

Posted on 5 May, 2010, by in Soccer

Thirty seven days left before the greatest event in the world kicks off – The 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Just to get warmed up towards the best month a soccer fan has in his life once every four years, here is a nice reminder of the 10 best goals of the 2006 World Cup in Germany. More

Snow Dominates as Arsenal and Everton Finish in 2-2 Draw

Posted on 9 Jan, 2010, by in Soccer

Snow and wind dominated the fixture as Arsenal came back from behind twice, drawing 2-2 with Everton in London. More

Adebayor Gets Revenge, Man City Beat Arsenal 4-2

Posted on 12 Sep, 2009, by in Soccer

Emmanuel Adebayor scores against his old club as Manchester City beat Arsenal 4-2, remaining perfect after four league games. More