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Stop The Denial: Arteta-Ball Is Bad For Arsenal

Latest Podcast: After the trashing of Arsenal by Aston Villa last Sunday, yours truly and Blackburn George, after weeks of discussion of the issue in our podcasts, are now convinced Mikel Arteta is unable to set up Arsenal to play attacking football. Despite our initial hopes and dreams that Arteta would return Arsenal to playing a more positive brand of football, it is now clear the Spaniard is more like his old coach, David Moyes, in his regimented, highly structured set-up whose primary objective is to stop the other team from playing. That is why performances since Project Restart have been generally poor despite some significant victories. It doesn’t matter who is selected, playing Arteta-ball, Arsenal will finish mid-table.

The evidence is glaring in front our eyes. It is time to stop the denial, Arteta-ball is bad for the club.

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60 comments on “Stop The Denial: Arteta-Ball Is Bad For Arsenal

  1. it seems Mo Salah has tested positive for Covid, while on International duty, but reports suggest he went to his brothers wedding before linking up with Egypt squad

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  2. A Premier League player has been arrested on suspicion of rape and false imprisonment.

    The Daily Mail initially reported on Thursday night that the player was arrested over an alleged incident that occurred last month at his house.

    The player, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was arrested at his home on Wednesday morning, before being released pending further police inquiries.

    He has denied any wrongdoing and all allegations made against him, and no charges have been made at this time.

    A police statement confirmed: “A man was arrested on suspicion of rape and false imprisonment”.

    The statement added: “He has since been released under investigation pending further enquiries.”

    The player was also issued with a fine along with a woman who was at the same address when police arrived to execute a warrant for breaching Covid-19 regulations.

    The police statement added: “Two people, a woman and a man, who were present at the address at the time of the warrant were also issued with fixed penalty notices for Covid-19 breaches.”

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  3. Thanks to @GeoffArsenal for this kind comment about our podcast. He is the most honest and sincere of all the Arsenal big accounts on Twitter.

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  4. What happened to integrity and class at Arsenal? Who cares? I discuss the case of Gunnersaurus in my brand, new blog:
    https://uncensoredarsenal.com/index.php/shocking-revelations-on-the-sacking-of-gunnersaurus-how-low-can-arsenal-go/

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  5. jjgsol- Kike Marin. Spanish journalist. Not sure why but seems to take big interest in Arsenal and always talks as though has good contacts at club/within game.

    Like said, not sure how accurate his info normally is, but that’s an issue you just don’t post about unless you are sure. Always chance the translation is off, but it said he’d lost both parents.

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  6. Whenever ARSENAL are in a dark place I’ve always found looking at the youth setups are always a source of comfort and we have some great youngsters coming through at the moment.

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  7. Good to see young footballers brought through the youth teams playing for their respective nations.

    Good game and good press for Saka after the England game.
    That won’t protect him from the Wilshere treatment on the pitch and the Rashford treatment off of it.

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  8. 18 year old Karl Hein seems to be Estonia’s first choice keeper now

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  9. Although they lost apparently he had a good game and made lots of good saves.

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