Most pleasing of all was the way a series of peripheral players came into the side and carried on with the same intensity and intent as their first-team colleagues.
I have to confess to a tinge of regret amid the overwhelming sense of satisfaction at the win over Leeds on Sunday. Not regret at the goals we conceded or regret that we couldn't add the fifth and perhaps sixth goals our performance warranted, it was more a sense of regret I felt when looking … Continue reading Leeds victory is a story of ‘what if’ for Arsenal fans
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International breaks have never been fun. They're overlong, often pointless, and devoid of the sort of regular hum of activity that surrounds your club. As breaks go, however, this one has been a festering, wretched disaster. Moods are never improved heading into a break after a drubbing and the Aston Villa match was the sort … Continue reading Leeds vs Arsenal: Only a win will turn the tide after woeful break