As Arsenal fans cry out for new signings at both ends of the field, I posit that a tactical change from Wenger could be just as important as bolstering the squad with additional players.   The current situation At present, Wenger sets his Arsenal side up with a fairly standard 4-2-3-1. The full backs are 

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After watching some of the best collective performances this year with Bayern Munich’s emphatic result and Brazil’s total pressing whilst keeping a disciplinary structure against arguably some of the most memorable teams the world has ever seen – both Barcelona and Spain came unstuck against the perfectly set 4-2-3-1 formation that their opposition used. Arsenal 

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