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Santi Cazorla in line for Arsenal and PFA Player-of-the-Year

It is impossible to say just yet, as there are still 11 games for Arsenal to play in the Premier League, but so far it looks like our Spanish midfield maestro Santi Cazorla is in with a chance of getting the PFA PLayer of the Year award this season.

Is William Carvalho Arsenal’s main target in January?

Arsenal’s defensive shortages have yet again been highlighted by Calum Chambers sending off at Galatasary this week leaving them even shorter on numbers for the Newcastle game this weekend.

Wellington Silva looks forward to being Arsenal idol

The young Brazilian Wellington Silva has been an Arsenal player for nearly five years but has only played (and scored) in one reserve match – against Man United back in 2010 – but has subsequently been out on loan in Spain ever since. But now he is 21 years old and playing for Almeria in La Liga, and with his EU passport on its way he is hoping to get a chance with his parent club in the near future.

Stats show Ozil 1st year was OK and he WILL sparkle for Arsenal

Right then Arsenal fans, is your glass half full of half empty? Do you think the Gunners blew a brilliant chance to win the Premier League, or are you happy that we picked up the FA cup to end the trophy drought? Whichever is the overriding feeling for each Gooner, we probably agree on one thing, that we want more success next season, preferably the title or Champions League.

Bayer’s Bender set to be first Arsenal additon of the summer?

There are reports coming out of Germany that Arsene Wenger could be poised to make the Bayer Leverkusen and Germany international player, Lars Bender, his first Arsenal signing of the summer. If the rumours are true, then it could mean that the Gunners boss is finally taking that problem position of defensive midfield seriously.

Cazorla can be key and can rescue Arsenal’s season

Arsenal fans love Santiago Cazorla, with good reason, but not many would disagree that the tricky Spaniard has not had nearly as good a second season as he did last year. An early injury did not help and the arrival of Mesut Ozil meant that he has not played in the same central role as he occupied to such great effect last season.

Arsenal v Man City review – Gunners draw but deserve more!

People have questioned whether Arsenal are lacking in character, leadership and mental strength. You can’t really blame them, I suppose, after Chelsea inflicted a third heavy Premier League defeat on the Gunners. But Paul Scholes’ ill-informed attack was shown to be as bad as his punditry skills by the fight that Arsenal showed today.

Spurs’ Eriksen better than Arsenal’s Ozil? Don’t make me laugh!

With Arsenal still sitting pretty on top of the Premier League table, despite every football `expert` on television having told us for months that we were about to go into a tailspin, the next item on the agenda seems to be to attack Mesut Ozil and claim that the German playmaker was a waste of money and cannot cut it in the Premier League. I have even seen suggestions that Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen would have made a better signing for the Gunners.