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Tag Archives: Mikel Arteta

Arsenal’s Lack Of A True Midfield Enforcer Derailing Title Bid

Posted on by Miguel Manning
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Rewind to May 17th 2014. Arsenal have just ended their nine-year wait for a trophy and everyone around the club is elated. This coupled with a 17th consecutive top 4 finish signified a great season for Arsenal Football Club. This … Continue reading

Analyzing How Arsenal Will Suffer When Trying To Overcome Injury Worries

Posted on by Ayo Isaiah
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Arsenal face a serious crisis after losing two of their senior players in Aaron Ramsey and Mikel Arteta to various injuries against Tottenham Hotspur at the weekend. The duo join a casualty list that already features Nacho Monreal, Olivier Giroud, … Continue reading

Predicted Lineups – Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
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Derbies are brutal. This isn’t breaking news, but derbies are games that are woefully brutal on the supporters leading up to the match, and the games rarely live up to the pre-match hype. It’s not a stretch to say that … 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

Fantasy League Tips – Gameweek 23

Posted on by Stuart Webb

Gameweek 23 provides us with a really super Sunday. We have the Second City, Tyne-Wear and Merseyside derbies to look forward to and if that’s not enough there is Man Utd’s visit to Tottenham to cap it all off. A … Continue reading

England and the Mikel Arteta Debate: An Undecided Stumble into Euro 2012 Qualification

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Just as the Premier League begins to stretch it’s legs into a stride, the ill-timed, oft-hated and much maligned international break emerges like some disease spread upon the world footballing community. I don’t necessarily dislike the break as some do, … Continue reading

Premier League Footballer of the Week, Gameweek 29

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Champions find a comfortable spot while potential Champions book Wembley Goodbye Landon (maybe) There were four Premier League matches this weekend with one Monday night and another two set for Tuesday. Damn FA Cup always causing problems! I’ll apologize in advance … Continue reading

Arteta, Everton Suffer From Tim Duncan Syndrome

Posted on by Dave Warner

When Tim Duncan was a senior at Wake Forest University, his teammates often utilized a very basic strategy: 1.) get the ball to Duncan, and 2.) watch him play. A 7-footer can only do so much on a basketball court, … Continue reading

It’s All About the Champions League While The Injuries Start to Mount

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Well the next two days will be most interesting viewing. The time has come and gone for words, the threats and promises manager and player alike have made now have to turn into results. That doesn’t mean we can’t look … Continue reading

Benitez and Mowbray’s Words Fail to Show Up on the Pitch

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

You would think Rafa Benitez would have already learned his lesson. Instead Rafa is left to choke on more words, and a title dream lost. Before Liverpool’s 1-1 draw with Manchester City, Rafa reacted to Arsene Wenger’s comments that Manchester … Continue reading

Football Transfer Twaddle: Defoe, Arteta, Toure and Pennant

Posted on by tyduffy

After accepting a sordid envelope with £20m for “Lass” Diarra, Portsmouth rejected shrewd dealer Harry Redknapp’s £30m overture for Jermain Defoe, Glen Johnson and Peter Crouch.  Pompey then lessened Defoe’s value markedly, by announcing they would sell him for a … Continue reading

New Years Eve Odds and Sods

Posted on by tyduffy

Berbatov pads stats Against weaker opponents Bad news for Reading West Ham shocked Manchester United 2-1 at Upton Park.  It was West Ham’s third consecutive victory over United in the League.  The result was a bit unfair to Man U, … Continue reading