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Chris Attwood

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Player Ratings: Dinamo Zagreb 2-1 Arsenal

David Ospina – 6/10 Wenger believes strongly in ‘Cup keepers’, but this theory could possibly be our downfall. Ospina made a few saves, including a scary run into outfield while chasing the ball. The game tonight reminded me of the West Ham defeat, with Ospina not coming out to collect crosses leading to goals. Although the first goal was not ...

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Report Card: Joel Campbell

Nationality: Costa Rica Position: Winger Age: 23 Height: 5ft 10″ Season Predictions: Due to Danny Welbeck’s sudden injury, sidelining him for 4 months, the Costa Rican international is likely to take a main role in the Arsenal squad. After joining the club in 2011, the Campbell went on loan multiple times to Spanish,French and German teams. After the 2014 World Cup, the ...

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Debate: Who Should Leave – Woijech Szczesny or David Ospina?

We’ve learnt in the past that the media usually cannot be trusted around the crazy transfer season. If we had every player we were supposedly giving a medical to, our team would consist of M’Vila, Higuain and Christopher Samba. However, the whispers of the imminent arrival of Chelsea veteran Petr Cech seem promising, with apparently personal terms already agreed upon. ...

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Arsenal: Season Player Ratings

And so the curtain closes on yet another PremierLeague season, with a top 3 place firmly held by the mighty Arsenal, with a possible FA Cup to end the season on. It’s been a very up and down season, where wins against the current champions Manchester City were unraveled by disappointing loses against Stoke City and Swansea City. We’ve had ...

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Twitter Reaction: Manchester United 1-1 Arsenal

After a disappointing game against Swansea on Monday, the Gunners looked set to get back into gear, against their 3rd place rivals Manchester United. The match finished as a draw, with Arsenal under performing, but it puts Arsenal in the driving seat to secure third place as they need just three points from their remaining two fixtures against Sunderland in ...

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