This analysis comes courtesy of our new technical partner Footballytics The highly anticipated London Derby between Arsenal and Chelsea turned
Liam Andrews is the Director/Head coach at Futbol Development 1st. He currently holds an FA Level 2 Coaching Badge and
This analysis comes courtesy of our new technical partner Footballytics It is never good to lose two in a row
Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger faces a fascinating set of decisions as he prepares for the 2016-17 season. Although much attention
In the aftermath of Leicester’s historic Premier League title and Atletico Madrid working its way systematically through both Barcelona and
Preface: What is Liverpool’s 3-4-3 Following a string of poor results, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers opted to switch to a
As Arsenal continue to struggle with finding momentum this season, all sorts of supporters and pundits are looking all over the place for those at fault. It’s Wenger’s inability to get a DM or defensive cover, or it’s Mesut Özil “knicking a living at Arsenal.” Take your pick, there’s a reason for everyone. In most cases it’s an impassioned look at why this club that was so high after last season and before this season kicked off has failed yet to pay any dividends.
Set pieces they are not our specialty. We’ve improved at a minimum defending them but when it comes to actually creating clear chances, they remain sadly, few and far between. After watching Per Mertesacker’s wonderfully scored header last night, I got to wondering why it is we aren’t doing better at these. It’s a sore spot of mine and I know its a sore spot of many Arsenal supporters. So let’s take a look at it.
I’ve seen fervent debate recently of Flamini vs Arteta and although some of it has been way over the top to both sides, some of it is interesting debate and I wanted to throw in my two-pence.