A week or so ago I mentioned that Ozil was scoring goals when it really mattered, 3-0 up at home to an average Bulgarian side.   Well, Mesut, I apologise.     200 cheers for Ozil You scored when it really, really mattered last night.  Arsenal fell for the “we will be more cautious” line 

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The career of Jack Wilshere has been a curious one. From scaling imperious heights with his display in an English victory at the Maracana, to a famous night against Barcelona in North London, to the cyclical lows and emotions of deflation with each mounting injury. England’s saviour, Arsenal’s greatest hope in the chasm left by 

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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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