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Is Henry right to fear Arsenal going another decade with NO TITLE?

Could it really happen to Arsenal? After all we did go nine years without any trophy to celebrate and it will be 11 years this May since the Arsenal team lifted the Premier League trophy. They did do it in a unique way of course, not losing a single game and earning the title of Invincibles, but that was a long time ago.

Arsenal Analysis – Coquelin faultless but biggest tests to come

Is Francis Coquelin a long term solution to Arsenal’s need of a solid No.4? by SE

Francis Coquelin has been a revelation for Arsenal this season, coming in at a time when both Mikel Arteta and Aaron Ramsey sustained ankle and hamstring injuries, respectively, during that mid-December period and Arsene Wenger had no choice but to recall his prodigious midfielder, who was on loan at Charlton Athletic, to Arsenal duty.

Three things we learned from Arsenal’s performances in March

Arsenal were simply irrepressible during the month of March, winning all of their league fixtures and also progressing to the semifinals of this season’s FA Cup after seeing off Manchester United at Old Trafford. Going out of the UEFA Champions League on virtue of away goals would have hurt the Gunners, who put in a splendid effort against AS Monaco in the second leg of the tie. Arsene Wenger, too, would have been happy with how this month panned out, but what will he have taken away from his side’s displays?

Full Analysis of Arsenal’s games in April

Analysis of Arsenal’s fixtures in April by SE

Have Arsenal REALLY fixed the BIG game struggles?

First up for Arsenal after the international break is the Premier League clash at home to Liverpool. While this game is important in the course of our season, with a win vital if we are to keep up the momentum and stand any chance of challenging Chelsea for the title, it also gives the Gunners another great chance to put that unwanted tag of flat track bullies further behind us.

Arsenal’s Hard Work is Starting to Pay Dividends!

What a difference there is between the Arsenal from the beginning of the season compared to the current team. We only won one of our first six League games but now we have won six on the bounce going into the international break and are set to face Liverpool at home afterwards. A win against the Scousers will practically guarantee us a Top Four place and with Chelsea and Man City floundering you never know where we may end up. (Well one can dream, can’t one?)

Arsenal boss with master plan for SHOCK Sterling transfer?

I have been wondering for a while about why Theo Walcott was not playing much for Arsenal. After getting about 10 minutes as a sub against Burnley in November, the England star’s long injury lay-off was finally over, but now it is nearly April and Walcott has made just five starts, two of them in the FA cup, and has only featured eight times as a sub.

A goal too far for Arsenal but still MUCH to play for!

Suicidal third goal in first game kills us off, but there’s all to play for in England by KM

Well, we’ve seen this movie before. Arsenal chasing the impossible on the return leg after suicidal first leg defeat. There will be lots of reviews of the game so I’ll just go through what I thought was important in the two games we played vs Monaco.