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Will Mesut Ozil now have to fight for his place at Arsenal?

The Arsenal fanbase have been divided over the German midfielder Mesut Ozil for many years, despite his record-breaking assist record, and it would appear that Emery became frustrated with the German’s play on Saturday evening against Chelsea. A report on FoxSports said that when he was replaced by Ramsey it could be a wake up call for Ozil…..

Should Arsenal sell Ramsey abroad now – or wait for Chelsea or Man Utd in January?

The Aaron Ramsey saga just seems to rumble on with all signs pointing to Arsenal resigning themselves to letting the Welshman run down his contract for the next 11 months, after reports say that there is still no progress on a new deal.

The Express reports today…..

Wilshere wants to prove a point to Arsenal – but West Ham will end up pointless

Despite Arsene Wenger supporting Jack Wilshere as Mr Arsenal for many many years, Unai Emery made it clear that the midfielder would not be a starter for the Gunners this season so he left to join his boyhood club West Ham United, who are going through as much as a transition right now as the Gunners are.

Starting against West Ham, Arsenal need points, not more ‘positives’

Arsenal could not have had a harder start to the Unai Emery era, but both players and fans saw a much improved attitude and tactical awareness although they still have a lot to learn before they are playing pure Emeryball football.

Ramsey is not being greedy – He just wants to play further forward for Arsenal?

There are just ten days left in the European transfer window and Arsenal seem to be even further away from tying down Aaron Ramsey to a contract extension. Many pundits think that it is the Welshman’s over-high wages demands that are the biggest obstacle to a new deal, but it has now been suggested that Ramsey simply wants to play in his favoured position.

Arsenal players are still learning Unai’s “press” – Let’s support them….

It’s now time to really see the true work of Unai and the players. By Tom

In truth the lack of confidence in the start of Arsenal’s game against City and Chelsea that has been the concern, but now we can see the real practise being given the chance to breathe.

Arsenal can bully smaller sides but our awful record against Top Team continues…

Are Arsenal Flat Track Bullies? Paul Merson thinks so… by Akinnubi

A second day defeat at Stanford Bridge makes it two defeats from our two opening matches, a feat last achieved in the 1992/1993 season with the Gunners finishing the season in 10th position.