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Arsenal boss believes in Giroud – Get used to it!

Despite the fact that Arsenal fans have their own song for the big French striker and the fact that the football media is full of praise for him and think he is one of the key players that have helped the Gunners get to the top of the table and stay there this season, some people just have no time for him.

Giroud reveals what drives him on at Arsenal

When Olivier Giroud joined Arsenal from Montpellier last summer, it was just the latest in a series of steps up the striker had taken in his football career. In his early days, when he was coming through the youth ranks at Grenoble in France, nobody had much optimism about the big striker becoming a star in the world of football, and he remembers the early setbacks that he had to fight against, and that seems to have given the French international the determination and desire to keep proving people wrong.

Arsenal Debate – Is Giroud on his way to becoming world class?

I know it is probably too early in the season to judge him properly, but with four goals in five games so far, Olivier Giroud has got off to a flying start and has got everybody talking about him. After another sublime finish from the big Frenchman gave the Gunners a great victory over Tottenham in the north London derby, is Giroud showing signs of becoming a world class striker?

Giroud WILL replace van Persie for Arsenal this season

When Olivier Giroud signed for Arsenal last summer, his arrival was not greatly anticipated by the fans, mainly because we had lost our captain and top scorer Robin van Persie to Manchester United. Although we were told that Giroud was not really meant to fill the Dutchman’s boots, it was hard not to compare the two.

Why Giroud IS still important for Arsenal

With all the Arsenal transfer rumours about at the minute, most fans are thinking more about which players will be coming in to the club, but we should not forget about the importance of stability and continuity. Arsenal have suffered greatly in recent years as Arsene Wenger has had to constantly rebuild the team following the departures of key players like Fabregas, Nasri and van Persie.