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Analysis of Arsenal’s official squad for 2014/15

Assessing the Arsenal Official Squad for the 2014-2015 season by Alexthegooner

What can we as Arsenal fans take from the Official Squad List published yesterday?

Could this English star solve Arsenal’s width and depth problems?

Adam Lallana anyone? by ThirdMan JW

Whatever happens come the end of the season, Arsenal simply have to strengthen the squad. I think most of us would agree that the positions up for discussion are:

Right-back
Defensive midfielder
Left-wing
Striker

Yet another player adds to Arsenal’s crazy injury crisis!

It looks like Lukas Podolski is finally set to get a good run of games for Arsenal and a chance to stake his claim for more regular starts in the side. Arsene Wenger pretty much has to play the German striker because there is no one else left to fill the role.

Is it time for Ryo to leave Arsenal to revive career?

Miyaichi needs to go out on loan! by Ash

While Arsenal are overwhelmed with midfield talents in good form, one man that is often forgotten and left behind is the Japanese youngster Ryo Miayichi, who despite his lack of game time is a very exciting prospect. Miyaichi joined the club as a January addition a few years back and made an instant impact in European football. Not with Arsenal, though, but instead Dutch side Feyenoord.

Arsenal need to SHOW mental strength NOT talk about it!!

Mental Strength and Belief is just talk by Chunners

It seems like a lot of people are criticizing Arsenal after the defeats to Chelsea and Borussia Dortmund at home in the space of a week – and I can completely understand it. Naive as we have become over the past few years, we actually started believing all the hype – and trust me, it was all just hype – and not because we aren’t good enough – because as a team, we clearly are, even without the summer additions.

Arsenal vs. Chelsea Confirmed Teams and Preview

Arsene Wenger and his Arsenal players could probably have done without tonight’s Capital One Cup tie, although it is always a good opportunity for some of the up and coming young players, as well as those on the fringe, to get some game time under their belt and experience a proper crowd.

Can working with Wenger and Ozil at Arsenal help Ryo get to Rio?

Arsenal’s Miyaichi wants to develop with the help of Ozil! by Ash

Ryo Miyaichi and Mesut Ozil may be on totally different ends of the footballing spectrum, with one being a world class superstar and the other being an upcoming talent, they actually aren’t too far apart because now that they share an Arsenal dressing room, Miyaichi is hoping to learn a lot from his German companion and maybe even be on a similar scale to Ozil one day!

3 reasons why Jenkinson should replace Walcott for Arsenal today

It’s Carl Jenkinson, isn’t it obvious? by Twig