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Arsenal v Spuds – Kash’s Review and Player Ratings

Arsenal 1 – 0 Tottenham. The shadow still looms over Tottenham by Kash

What a game today. After all the criticism from both fans and pundits, it was a Giroud goal that will be keeping Arsenal fans sweet (for at least a day!).

Neil’s Arsenal Player Ratings for the whole season! – Do you agree?

As the season comes to a close, I feel it may be time to give your Arsenal player ratings for the season (I don’t want to think about tomorrow’s game to be honest!) It’s been a funny old season, with some players starting poorly and improving, some just not performing and some playing very well. Others have been wildly inconsistent.

QPR v Arsenal – Neil’s Player Ratings

Lacktustre Arsenal get the victory – Player ratings by NS.

With Gareth Bale FC winning just before kick off, Arsenal knew a victory was essential.

My first can of beer had hardly finished fizzing on opening as Theo Walcott scored. We were relaxed. What a nice feeling a goal in 20 seconds gives you!

Arsenal v Aston Villa Player Ratings (including Wenger and Kroenke!)

Hello Arsenal diehards! Here is my after-match player ratings after the Villa game…by AM

Szczesny – 6/10 – he did save us on certain balls in first half but has weak concentration sometimes…

Jenkinson – 8/10 – great fighting spirit, matched Agbonlahor for speed…

Arsenal v Blackburn Player Ratings – Where was Giroud?

Wenger did the right thing by resting key players for this game. Indeed most of us praised the lineup when it was announced – we were simply unlucky. However, Podolski, Walcott, Cazorla and Wilshere are our most potent players and at least one of them should have started. It is a very disheartening result going into the week where we face Bayern Munich. Player ratings follow:

Who shone for Arsenal against Reading?

Reading 2-5 Arsenal Match Ratings by AH

Szczesny – 7.5 – Couldn’t do much with either goal as both were scored as a result of lapses in defence. Unlucky not to get hold of the ball for the first goal we conceded but Adam Le Fondre rounded Szczesny well to finish.