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Which players can make Arsenal’s ‘spine’?

A Discussion on Football Spines and Thugs by Chunner

Ever since Henry said that Arsenal need a new ‘spine’, it has been an over-used phrase in the football world, especially in matters to do with Arsenal.

How Arsenal could have beaten Swansea’s bus parking!

The answer is simple – you don’t play crap! by FFFanatic

Arsenal star demands another FAST and FURIOUS start

Ever since we bounced back from a shaky first half of the season, Arsenal have been doing most things pretty well. With the best Premier League form of 2015, the Gunners have also been creating and scoring goals for fun while being as mean as a miser at the other end.

Arsenal fans have EVEN MORE reason to cheer!

Arsenal have three home games in the Premier League left to play, as well as a second visit to Old Trafford to face Man United. The first of those, of course, was in the FA cup quarter final which helped us banish the big game blues and set us on course for the final game against Aston Villa at Wembley.

Is Parlour RIGHT on Alexis class and Arsenal lacking a leader?

The football media and the Arsenal fans, players and manager have been feeling more and more optimistic as the current Gunners side continues to look better and extends the great run of form that has seen Arsenal climb steadily up the table, enjoying a nice early St. Totteringham’s day in the process and having the best form of any team in the top European leagues since the start of 2015.

Arsenal v Chelsea – Let’s win it for Le Boss!

We can only sit back and admire the way that Arsene Wenger has turned things around this season to put Arsenal back into the title race after a horrendous start to the season. The Gunners have emphasised their improvement by beating both Manchester clubs on their home ground, but there is still one monkey on Wenger’s back – the fact that he has never beaten Jose Mourinho in twelve meetings.

Official teams and preview of Burnley v Arsenal

Well after all the talk about Arsenal tactical changes to face a Burnley side that is very strong at Turf Moor and questions about which of the Gunners returning from injury might make their way back into the Arsenal team today, Arsene Wenger has decided to stick with the same staring XI that did so well against Liverpool last week.

In-depth preview and prediction for Burnley v Arsenal

Arsenal passed a massive test of our current credentials last weekend in a brilliant way, keeping our slim title hopes alive and taking a big step towards securing another season in the Champions League and improving on last season’s fourth place.