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3 Southampton Players To Watch vs Arsenal

Despite selling their best players, Southampton have done terrifically well to replace the players and all the credit goes to Ronald Koeman and his knowledge of the Dutch league. Southampton are a team on form after beating Swansea away on Saturday and with them coming to the Emirates Arsenal face a very tough test. Arsene is likely to rotate his ...

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Arsenal Season Preview: Can The Gunners Go All The Way In Title Race?

#453439862 / gettyimages.com After a relatively calm pre-season, where Arsenal have spent in excess of £60 million, expectations are rather high in North London and many are dreaming of a special season ahead. For once we’ve done our business early, improving and reinforcing the squad across key areas of the pitch. Although in certain positions we still may be slightly ...

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Arsenal Season Review 13/14 – Part 1

With yet another season drawing to a close, following a campaign full of ups and downs, I decided to take an in depth-look at Arsenal’s season. Unusually for the Gunners, they will have a trophy to play for at the end of a season for the first time since the ill-fated Champions League Final in 2006, so with Champions League ...

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The real test is about to begin for Arsenal

After the game against Palace on Saturday Arsenal once again came out on top and maintained their position at the top of the table. Arguably Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal have yet to be challenged. The start they have made must not be underestimated with free flowing football being synonymous with their performances. Ozil and Flamini seem to be inspired signings, especially ...

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Player Ratings: West Brom 1-1 (3-4 pens) Arsenal

Arsenal came through as winners after penalties away from home on Wednesday night, after Arsene named a very young squad and left out several key players. The Gunners perked up in the second half and took the lead through Thomas Eisfeld after Niklas Bendtner set him up, however they conceded from a free header and the game went the distance. ...

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Is this Bellerin’s chance to shine?

With the Capital One Cup game against West Bromwich Albion fast approaching, many are wondering whether Wenger will give 18 year-old Hector Bellerin his first-team debut, after giving Chuba Akpom and Serge Gnabry the opportunity in recent Premier League games. The young Spaniard has shown immense promise since signing alongside Jon Toral from FC Barcelona in 2011, and could be ...

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