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Which Arsenal stars SHOULD be in PFA Team of the Year?

The PFA have released their respective team of the seasons for the English divisions, and only one Arsenal star was selected for the final Premier League XI.

Hector Bellerin was our only inclusion in the line-up, but Nacho Monreal has been one of our stand-out stars this term, while Mesut Ozil has been incredible for much of the season.

Goals win games but is Arsenal defence more important?

If Arsenal are to finish the season strongly and keep the pressure on Leicester and Tottenham while keeping the teams below us at bay and ensuring a place in the Champions League next season, we will need the creative and attacking players in the side to keep up the sort of performances that have seen Arsenal score six goals in the last two Premier League games.

Will Iwobi emergence justify Wenger not buying this summer?

Alex Iwobi has only just broken into the Arsenal first team but after just a few games the Arsenal fans have already accepted that he is a player of the highest quality. Arsene Wenger’s policy of investing in youth has certainly paid off in the last couple of season’s with the emergence of Francis Coquelin, Hector Bellerin and now Iwobi, as well as Joel Campbell to some extent.

Arsenal braced for triple transfer swoop from Euro giants

We need to hope that the Arsenal and Spanish international star Hector Bellerin meant what he said recently when the Arsenal transfer rumours linking him with a possible return to his former club Barcelona started popping up in the football press once again.

Bellerin pledges future to Arsenal despite reported interest

Hector Bellerin has responded to all the speculation surrounding his future by pledging his future to Arsenal.

The full-back has emerged as one of the brightest young talents in the Premier League, and is rated as one of the best players in his position in England currently.

Why Arsenal star is BANG ON about international break

You might think that the Arsenal players would rather not break for the latest round of international games right now, a little bit like when you hear a commentator say that one team would like halftime while the other would rather carry on. Because after a tough run the performance and win from the Gunners at Everton has everyone at the club feeling good again and the team has found some form.