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Robert Lewandowski who have 26 and 22 goals respectively in the German Bundesliga, both strikers play for teams with a wealth of creative/ World class players e.g. Ribery, Robben, Shweinstiger, Kagawa, Gotze etc and both play for teams who were challenging for the title and both teams who met in the cup final, yet Lukas Podolski managed to grab 18 goals and assisted 7 in a team fighting against relegation and with no recognized world class talent

Once you've thought about it, its a shrewd move. RVP is 29 next month meaning he's approaching the twilight of his career. Come 30, his body will start to be tested physically and we know how solid he is physically! Theres also the FFP consideration, even the likes of City dont want to pay over the odds blecause they are currently looking to stay in line with their laws hence it would be difficult to gain a large transfer fee of him anyway. Finally, with RVP, arsenal have a deadly front 5. Assuming Theo Walcott signs on (which i think he will, but thats another story), Giroud, Podolski, RVP & Gervinho (who is expected to have the second


It was all up in the air, contrasting views on if it was M'Vila, if the sighting of Kaka wasn't just a UFO at Heathrow, if Michael Jackson had really returned outside Craven Cottage, to be fair, it was all a bit of a shambles. But bam, 6pm hit and stories of Mikel Arteta and Yossi Benayoun broke out. Duncan Castles and BBC's very own David Ornstein reported murmurs of a deal for either one, not both together. Vast majority of twitter was HIGHLY against the Benayoun signing, you'd honestly think he scored 30 own goals a season as such the demand for no deal for him was shouted. But then came Arteta, the guy often dubbed "The poor mans Cesc Fabregas", the Spanish Maestro of Merseyside. Very mixed views,

The only time I see this formation workin' defensively and offensively thereby relievin' us from the creativity burden Cesc leaves us with when he eventually joins Barcelona is if we defend from the front. RVP, Theo, Gervinho, Arshavin are going to be Key in our Defensive/Creative structure. Closing down the opposition in their own half will free up spaces where we can plug gaps easily without the

Down the road, however, the family which looked after me after school were going mad. A family of keen Arsenal fans (including one Myles Palmer), they were as happy as I was indifferent and there must have been something in the way they talked about Arsenal that flicked a small, red switch in my brain. It wasn’t long before I declared myself to be an Arsenal fan and a commemorative cup winning Arsenal shirt on my birthday in December made it official.

  • 15 Sep 2015
    So let me stop reminiscing of days gone by and let me focus on our Welsh wonder. Let me start off by saying that I think it is quite obvious that Aaron Ramsey is better in central midfield. His partnership with Mesut Özil, his running from deep and his underrated ball winning ability makes him a ...Read more