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Adi Meiri

Groundhog Summer

As groundhog season is followed by a groundhog summer, Arsenal’s summers have become as predictable as the team’s performances on the pitch

The Feel-Good factor is back

With another FA Cup triumph, Arsene Wenger gets another chance to correct last season’s failings, from an even stronger position

Ramsey is The New Vieira

Ramsey can inspire Wenger to build a winning team

Stillness and Speed: Being Dutch

Book Review: It is just reasonable that a unique player such as Bergkamp will have a unique biography

How the League Cup Should Evolve

Here are some ideas that can help the League Cup and to adjust in today’s game

New Ambition, Old Problems

Arsenal would simply have to learn once again from its history and press to strengthen in other key areas – the sooner the better

Summer Déjà vu

Maybe it’s all just a sophisticated smokescreen and Wenger will surprise us with bold moves in the market

Arsenal Need Another Cazorla

Despite all the deficiencies at the back, Arsenal’s bigger problems lie upfront

Proud But Not Optimistic

2011/2 leaves me prouder than ever to be an Arsenal fan, but it does not fill me with optimism

A wonderfully dangerous nostalgic drug

Thierry Henry’s loan deal has much greater importance if you look at the grand picture of Arsenal Football Club – where it’s headed and its priorities

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