Here's how Mikel Arteta can move struggling Arsenal side forward
International breaks have never been fun. They're overlong, often pointless, and devoid of the sort of regular hum of activity that surrounds your club. As breaks go, however, this one has been a festering, wretched disaster. Moods are never improved heading into a break after a drubbing and the Aston Villa match was the sort … Continue reading Leeds vs Arsenal: Only a win will turn the tide after woeful break
How has Mikel Arteta fared in the first eight matches of this season compared to his predecessor?
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There's never a bad time to get a win but notching up three points before heading into the international break certainly has an advantage over the rest. If nought else, a defeat leaves a bad taste that lingers on for weeks while the facade of international football plays out. A victory makes those same weeks … Continue reading VIDEO: A good time to go all-in for Arsenal as international break looms
Has Joe Willock done enough to force his way into Mikel Arteta's first team plans?
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The little-noticed features of Arsenal's surprise 1-0 win at Old Trafford
While Manchester City have been by far the sternest test Arsenal have faced since the Premier League season re-started, it’s Saturday’s trip to Wolves that will likely define the remainder of the campaign. I think it’s relatively easy in the grand scheme of things to shrug off a loss to Pep Guardiola’s City, abject as … Continue reading Why Wolves clash could yet define Arsenal’s season
Progress was always going to be slow for Arsenal on the long road to recovery and Thursday's 2-0 win at Southampton was proof of just how far there is to go. Victory was a welcome tonic after two pretty abject defeats at Manchester City and Brighton since the Premier League season restarted but it wasn't … Continue reading Discipline is the name of the game for Gunners in hard-fought win