Author: Imbuedman

Iwobi post-Ozil era audition continues promisingly. Monreal now a prime asset

Follow me The spectacular build-up to Alex Iwobi’s goal and his finish was the main highlight of a routine 2-0 win over Brighton. Iwobi has shown lots of potentials since making his Arsenal debut in 2016. For a youngster, he’s always had remarkable composure on the ball, he can pass, dribble, and play sharp one-twos around the opponent’s box. Perhaps his main weakness has been his relative lack of end-product, particularly goal scoring. It’s for this reason that his goal today was a very welcome boost for him and the future of this emerging Arsenal   team. It’s now...

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Why Monreal is most underrated EPL player. Hardworking Lacazette now undroppable?

Follow me There were many positives in tonight’s 2-0 victory over Westbrom but one of the most pleasing was Nacho Monreal’s performance – he’s gotta be probably the most underrated EPL player. We saw again tonight how decent a defender Gibbs is; in spite of that, Wenger and his scouts saw Monreal as someone who could improve our team further and he was swiftly brought in from Malaga back in 2013. The manager, speaking before the game, said Gibb’s injury record was the main reason he lost his place in the team but, the truth is, he was mostly...

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Sanchez Man Utd move? Has Wenger already found his replacement?

Follow me The Sun is reporting this morning that an Alexis Sanchez Man Utd move is on the cards. I hope this isn’t true as I, and I’m pretty sure most Gunners, would rather see a Sanchez City move than a Sanchez Man Utd move, if those are the only two options. There is no doubt that Sanchez would be an attractive proposition for any ambitious top team, especially those in the EPL who can afford him and his signing-up fee, rumoured also by The Sun to be 25million. Therefore, it’s no big surprise that Man Utd might also...

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Kolasinac alone means Arsenal Transfer Window was a success – Agree?

Follow me Last night’s win against Cologne wasn’t perfect but it was encouraging in many ways, especially in helping see the much criticized Arsenal transfer window in a more positive light. And by this, I’m referring to the excellent performance of our very own Incredible Hulk, Sead Kolasinac, and the very exciting academy graduate, Reiss Nelson. First of all, let’s look at the impact of Kolasinac since making his debut for Arsenal, then also examine other talking points like the return of Jack Wilshere, Wenger’s tactical master-stroke, and Sanchez’ return to form. Could Kolasinac be the EPL signing of...

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Should Welbeck keep starting place? Arsenal squad deep enough for Europa rotation

Follow me Yesterday’s 3-0 win over Bournemouth was a much improved performance from the Arsenal squad. You might want to argue that Bournemouth at the Emirates should be routine but, in the the Premiership, nothing is routine or guaranteed, especially coming after two consecutive defeats and all the disruption and negativity caused by our transfer deadline day dealings and the international break. On this note, I’ll to discuss a few talking points from the game and its implications, starting with the issue of Danny Welbeck, who is now one of the most frustrating Arsenal topics at the moment. Should...

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