With Arsenal's midfield bereft of players with defensive skills and more important defensive output, I was somewhat surprised that Arsenal and Wenger sanctioned the sale of their one midfield option who actually possessed proven skills in that area, Francis Coquelin. Coquelin could best be described as a front footed aggressive tackling midfielder who was also … Continue reading A tribute to Francis Coquelin
While not my favourite player, Walcott was undoubtedly a victim of playing in a system of play that failed to accentuate his strengths (speed, off the ball runs, clinical finishing) and exposed his weaknesses (poor touch and limited passing skills). Walcott's skill set is suited to playing in a side that likes to either stretch … Continue reading A tribute to Theo Walcott
With Arsenal having sold Coquelin and Walcott in quick succession and being heavily linked to Manchester United's Mkhitaryan (in a swap deal involving Sanchez) and Borussia Dortmund's Aubameyang, it appears as though Arsenal are making some significant moves in the transfer market. That said, I can't help but feel that Arsenal will continue to underperform on the … Continue reading Arsenal making transfer moves but underperformance to continue while Wenger remains the manager
Player analysis from Arsenal's 2-1 loss to Bournemouth.
Player analysis from Arsenal's 0 - 0 draw with Chelsea.
Player analysis from the Arsenal's 4 - 2 loss to Nottingham Forest
Player analysis from Arsenal's 2-2 draw versus Chelsea