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Tag Archives: Arsenal

Tactical Analysis Of Liverpool’s Aggressive Tackling And Pressing Mentality

Posted on by Alex Fairchild
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We can chalk that up with something not associated with a squad that scored 101 goals last season, along with something else that’s stuck in the back of the mainstream football brain – defense. Before we get into how the … Continue reading

Clubs Silly To Continue Paying Over The Odds For British Players

Posted on by Ben Weich
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It’s often claimed Premier clubs pay a premium for British players – a homegrown tax, if you will. But what does it look like when we actually compare fees for British players with those for their foreign counterparts? At first … Continue reading

The Argument Against Arsenal Buying A Replacement For Olivier Giroud

Posted on by Robert Hay
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With Olivier Giroud’s surgery knocking him out of action until January, the buzz around Arsenal is that the team now needs to buy a new striker if they want to compete for a title. This has led to all kinds … Continue reading

Arsenal vs Besiktas Player Ratings

Posted on by Aundre Jacobs
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Arsene Wenger and his men were all smiles after they survived a scare against Turkish giants Besiktas in the second leg of their Champions League qualifying match. Marquee summer signing Alexis Sanchez netted his first goal goal for the club, … Continue reading

Giroud’s Injury Could Force Arsenal To Spend Big On A Striker

Posted on by Chris Moore
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With Arsenal’s star center forward, Olivier Giroud, rumored to be out for three to four months with a broken bone in his foot, manager Arsene Wenger will soon have to decide on whether or not to buy an additional striker … Continue reading

Lee Dixon’s Criticism Of Referee Kevin Friend Was Unwarranted

Posted on by Lawrence Dockery
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Lee Dixon was paired with Arlo White on NBC’s coverage of Everton versus Arsenal on Saturday.  So far, in their first year and two weeks of Premier League coverage, all of the commentators have done well.  But on Saturday, Dixon … Continue reading

Arsenal 2014/15 Season Preview: Gunners Hopes Remain Optimistic After Winning Silverware

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi
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Arsenal’s famed nine-year trophy drought ended in May when the Gunners defeated Hull City in the FA Cup and on Sunday, the north London club beat Manchester City 3-0 to win the FA Community Shield. Can Arsenal continue their trophy … Continue reading

Why Arsenal Would Pick French Defender Mathieu Debuchy Over Serge Aurier

Posted on by Chris Moore
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While Arsenal have been linked with plenty of right backs since the departure of defender Bacary Sagna to Manchester City, the Gunners may have finally found their man in Mathieu Debuchy.  The current France #1 right back (over Sagna), Debuchy … Continue reading

Arsene Wenger Will Regret Letting Cesc Fabregas Go To Chelsea

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi
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Emmanuel Adebayor, Gael Clichy, Ashley Cole, William Gallas, Samir Nasri, Kolo Toure, Robin Van Persie, Bacary Sagna and now Cesc Fabregas. All these men have something in common other than being former Arsenal players. Arsene Wenger has let all of … Continue reading

Bacary Sagna Could Be the Perfect Replacement For PSG-Bound Dani Alves at Barcelona

Posted on by Tom Gatehouse
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Barcelona’s long-serving right-back Dani Alves is reportedly on the verge of joining Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), with L’Equipe reporter Jerome Touboul claiming the Brazilian is ’99.9% certain’ to join the French champions in the summer. This move could well be the catalyst for … Continue reading

The Madness of Last Minute Rescheduling of Premier League Games

Posted on by Jameson Lam
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The Premier League claims that fans are the lifeblood of the game and it would be nothing without them. However, some of their actions make you wonder if they really mean that. Mega TV deals mean the Premier League has … Continue reading

Why the Next 2 Weeks Will Determine If Southampton Are Ready For a Top Four Challenge

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Southampton is currently third in the Premier League table and have already taken points from English giants Liverpool and Manchester United. Their early season success raises the question: “When are people going to accept Southampton as a serious Top Four … Continue reading

Manchester United vs Arsenal Preview: Clubs Put Their Undefeated Streaks On The Line

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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For the past few weeks, Sunday’s matchup between Manchester United and Arsenal has been the topic of conversation throughout the media and among Premier League fans. According to the press, this contest could “make or break” United’s title run and/or … Continue reading

The Early Season Roller Coaster Ride for Premier League Managers Continues

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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The Barclay’s Premier League season kicked off on Saturday August 17, 2013. Each club has now played six matches and one manager has been fired (Sunderland’s Paolo Di Canio). Even after just six matches, some Premier League managers have been riding … Continue reading

Tensions at Arsenal Are On Knife-Edge After No Major Signings and Injury Crisis Frustrate Supporters

Posted on by Jad
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As the news about Mikel Arteta’s injury filters through the Arsenal ranks, the hope and excitement that awaited the new season among Arsenal supporters is slowly turning into fear and anger before a ball has even been kicked.  Arsenal start … Continue reading

3 of the Most Disappointing Professional Footballing Careers in Recent Memory

Posted on by Tom Gatehouse
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It is a chain of events that happens all to often in soccer. A club agrees a transfer for an attacking player, and fans flock to the Internet to check out the artistic video compilations made specifically by the countless unnamed. The … Continue reading

The Dempsey Conundrum: Promotion or Status Quo?

Posted on by Robert Hay

On the eve of the much-anticipated American Civil War between Everton and Fulham, American soccer fans are relishing the chance to see three of their best players take the pitch at the same time at the highest level of competition. … Continue reading

Twelve U.S. Soccer Predictions for 2012

Posted on by Robert Hay

This past season in U.S. soccer was certainly an interesting one.  In MLS, two new teams were promoted and the soccer world fell in love with them and their passionate fans.  Coaches were hired and fired, players finally fulfilled their … Continue reading