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Analysis – March is make-or-break time for Arsenal

March is crunch time for Arsenal by JG

It is strange, but always the case, that there are certain parts of the season that are crucial, not only for the teams at the bottom trying to stay in the premier League, but also for teams trying to win the league.

Santos was pants but Arsenal are still in title hunt

Manchester United vs Arsenal: Analysis by SV

Right, straight to the point. We lost against United and deserved to. Robin van Pershit scored against us and the scoreline could very realistically have been worse than it was. Not a good day for Arsenal Football Club; put it that way.

Montpellier v Arsenal Analysis – A little lucky but winning teams NEED luck

Montpellier Analysis and Aftermath: by SV

So, that’s three points on the board for the Arsenal then. Not the cleanest of wins by any means but a win is a win nonetheless. There were ample positives and negatives to be taken from the game, but I’ll start with the former.

Analysis of the new Arsenal squad (The second XI is not bad either!)

Arsenal Squad Analysis by AH

After the disappointment of yesterday, we now know our final squad. In my opinion we are slightly better than last year providing that Giroud and Podolski can find their shooting boots. Arsenal made three very good signings – all who are proven in their respective leagues, however we also let two of our best players from last season leave and so in some ways we are back to square one.

Full Analysis of Arsenal’s fixtures Feb 2013 – May 2013 – The crucial run-in

Analysing Arsenal’s fixture list for the 2012-2013 season (pt 3) by KJ


2 Stoke (H)

9 Sunderland (A)

23 Aston Villa (H)

A relatively easy month with no big clubs to play. Sunderland away will be difficult but I expect us to get a hard fought win.

In-Depth Analysis – How many World Class Players do Arsenal actually need?

How much world class talent are we missing? y Richard B.

I have always found it funny how stories are regurgitated in the press. Give a journalist a quote one day and for the next week or month you’ll be seeing slimmed down versions of that quote resurface to confirm or deny whatever rumour happens to be making the rounds. Once you factor in any potential translation problems and cultural differences with foreign players it really is anyone’s guess as to what the truth is.