Alexis Sanchez Hate Article

There is a general vein of hatred towards Alexis Sanchez, some of it stemming from the allegations of him not being committed enough on the pitch and rest attributed to his lack of form, especially his inaccurate and wasteful passing. Arsene Wenger said at the end of last season, that Alexis’ (alleged) reasoning to leave... Continue Reading →


Why the bizarre Arsenal v Man United game is a statistical outlier

If post-match emotions were a random variable that one wants to investigate, then conducting the random experiment on an Arsenal fan would produce the most unbiased sample. An Arsenal fan is exposed to brilliant 5-0 performances, steady 2-0 performances, drubbing 0-0 games and also humiliating 0-3 defeats.  Such an exhaustive spectrum of post-match emotions cannot... Continue Reading →

Are Arsenal really lightweight in midfield?

The Arsenal midfield pivot has often been criticised for being lightweight and not providing an adequate shield for the defence. However, a comparison between the title winning Chelsea midfield duo of the 2016/17 season and our own midfield pivot does not really validate that argument. As seen from the table below, the Arsenal midfield of... Continue Reading →

The typical Arsenal article

WE ARE GOING TO WIN THE TREBLE!! Ah, no we won’t. This article will follow a similar timeline to an Arsenal season (recent years) – Excitement and anticipation to begin with, only to follow up with disappointment and chasing the table toppers, a severe meltdown and then an inspired comeback to clinch the top4 (or... Continue Reading →

New found fluidity in Arsenal’s 3-4-3

This is my second article on the 3-4-3 system and I made a conscious choice of words in my title. Its "Arsenal's 3-4-3" and not "Wenger's 3-4-3". Simply because we are the 17th team in the league to have experimented with this system, so its definitely not Wenger's. Wenger's is his 4-2-3-1, always. To be honest... Continue Reading →

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