Arsenal currently sit fourth in the Premier League table, just a single win off the top spot that houses local rivals Chelsea. However, had they changed their approach to convalescents, they could as well be the table toppers, never mind winning the title at least once in the past decade. Arsenal’s treatment room currently features 

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Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Arsenal travel to Manchester United in search of their first win at Old Trafford since September 2006; however, the Saturday’s early kickoff presents them an easy opportunity to overcome the United hoodoo given the form of either side heading into the game. On the back of a 16-game undefeated 

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Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Arsenal’s new centre-back partnership featuring Laurent Koscielny and Shkodran Mustafi has been somewhat impressive since their first game together in the Premier League, but they are still far from the finished product. Earning plaudits from right and left, the imaginatively named Kostafi have helped the Gunners remain undefeated across 

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Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Arsenal overcame the Swansea City voodoo when they handed the Swans a 3-2 defeat at Emirates Stadium in Bob Bradley’s first game in charge. Although the win barely ranks amongst Arsenal’s best defensive performances – statistically, at least – it highlighted the attributes Arsenal’s six consecutive Premier League wins 

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Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. With only a few hours left until the end of current international break, Arsenal supporters are hoping to see their personnel return in the pink of their health. Their fear is definitely justifiable, as many first teamers have often returned to London Colney carrying an injury sustained during the 

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Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Having notched up five goals and two assists in eight starts playing as a centre-forward, Alexis Sanchez has justified Arsene Wenger’s decision to deploy his best winger as the number nine. However, whether he can be Arsenal’s go-to for goals against all sorts of opposition remains a question. It 

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Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Theo Walcott has been earning plaudits for his improved attitude, and the player himself recently admitted to have tweaked his attitude in an attempt to reinvigorate his career that had lacked direction. However, most of the appreciation he has been garnering seems rather premature. After a brilliant start to 

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Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. It has been a rather strange season for Arsenal so far. With the club initially expected to prioritize the signing of a world-class striker in the summer, injuries to Per Mertesacker and Gabriel Paulista ensured Arsene Wenger and co. were forced to bring in a central defender before negotiating 

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Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Whilst the Emirates Stadium faithful were still trying to get their head around Arsenal’s best winger Alexis Sanchez being played as a centre-forward, Arsene Wenger pulled off another baffling move: converting a destroyer in Francis Coquelin into an attacking threat. With Aaron Ramsey nursing a hamstring injury and £35million 

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Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Two appearances into his loan switch to Bournemouth, Jack Wilshere has hardly displayed any signs of improvement. In either appearance, he never faced any competition for the Worst Player on the Pitch accolade, thereby making what was expected to pan out as a successful loan spell a disaster thus 

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Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Summer of 2016 was seen as one of the most significant summers in Arsenal’s history as that could serve as their longest-serving manager Arsene Wenger’s last summer at the club. The manager brought down Mohamed Elneny last winter in light of the club’s dire need of central midfield additions 

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Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Arsenal succumbed to a humiliating 4-3 home defeat to Liverpool in their Premier League opener. Although their season is far from over — at least for now — heading into the second league game in the wake of a victory would have catastrophically boosted their confidence. Having said that, 

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Below is the debut installment of a brand new column about everything Arsenal titled “The Arsenal Annals” by our very own Praveen Paramasivam. Enjoy! An unmarked Theo Walcott grabbed a goal via a composed finish in the 8-0 rout of Viking Fotballklubb on Friday night, but the £140 k-a-week striker looked devoid of confidence throughout 

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