In the last 12 months Arsène Wenger has used three different systems with his sides. Initially, he used the 4-2-3-1 with Alexis as the false nine, and for the Chilean, he was able to rack up a great number of goals and assists, but there were deeper issues aside from that. The 4-3-3 made a […]Read more "Which system suits Arsenal best?"
Last Sunday Liverpool hosted Arsenal in the second top six clash of the season. Having washed away European newcomers Hoffenheim in midweek to secure qualification into the Champions League proper, spirits were high around Anfield and The Reds could have been little better motivated to push on and knock aside Arsenal, whom they had not […]Read more "Liverpool 4-0 Arsenal – Match Analysis:"
On Monday 16th April, Arsène Wenger made the move to switch from his 4-2-3-1 system to a 3-4-2-1. A three-at-the-back system he’d only ever deployed at the very beginning of his tenure at Arsenal. This off the back of losses to Liverpool, Chelsea, Watford, Crystal Palace, West Brom and back-to-back 5-1 thrashings from Bayern Munich in […]Read more "Wenger’s 3-4-2-1 – what’s good, what’s bad and what’s to come…"
Intro Yesterday Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool hosted Arsène Wenger’s Arsenal in one of the major top six clashes of the season. The last time the two sides met was on the opening day of the season when Liverpool took the Emirates by storm, finding themselves 4-1 up before eventually being pegged back to a final score of 4-3, and […]Read more "Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal – My Tactical Analysis."
Yesterday Arsenal travelled to Stamford Bridge to take on league leaders Chelsea, who sat nine points ahead of the pack. With Arsenal receiving a surprise defeat at home to Watford and Chelsea claiming a hard-earned point at Anfield in midweek, it was vital Arsenal were able to react in an attempt to bounce back quickly in their toughest test […]Read more "Chelsea 3-1 Arsenal – The break-down"
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