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 Posted by Andrew Mangan
59 minutes ago

Mesut Ozil: A sublime footballer stuck in an early season rut at Arsenal

Mesut Ozil has endured a difficult start to the Premier League season, with some sections of the Arsenal support worried over his lack of form.

First things first: it's obvious that Mesut Ozil isn't playing as well as he can for Arsenal. I don't think there's anybody who would argue against that.

- Palmer: Wenger backs Ozil
- Ames: Second best is Arsenal's downfall
- Jolly: Wilshere shines

A player bought to be creative hub of the team is struggling to do what he's best at -- make goals. From Opta comes this rather startling stat:

John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
about an hour ago

Deadline Day Debutants: How they fared last weekend

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Craig Burley share which teams they think did the best business in the summer transfer window.

Damn the international break. We had to wait nearly two weeks to see those players signed in the witching hour of the summer transfer window play for their new clubs.

ESPN FC runs down the Deadline Day debutants who made their bow over the Premier League weekend. Was it worth the wait?

- Macintosh: Heroes and Villains
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- Payne: United debutants deliver

Danny Welbeck (Arsenal vs Manchester City) 6/10

Perhaps the chance came too early in his Gunners career but Welbeck...


 Posted by Nick Ames
2 hours ago

Second best Arsenal's downfall in Champions League

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down Arsenal's thrilling 2-2 draw against Manchester City.

In an autumn of false dawns at Arsenal, perhaps Nov. 6 last year provided the most artificial light of all. Then, Aaron Ramsey timed his run perfectly -- like a latter-day John Wark or Paul Scholes -- to head them to victory at Borussia Dortmund's Signal Iduna Park, and it briefly felt as if something different was afoot.

The previous season's runners-up had been beaten at home, whether or not by a smash-and-grab, and the way in which their visitors had closed the game out in the final half-hour...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
10 hours ago

Arsenal and Chelsea set to go head to head over Valencia's Paco Alcacer

Valencia striker Paco Alcacer points in the direction that his wages will be heading.

The January transfer window may be more than three months away but that won't stop the gossip, speculation and rumours! Transfer Talk brings you the very latest. ...

Capital Gains? London duo chase Alcacer

Paco Alcacer is in red-hot form and, after getting on the scoresheet in Valencia's emphatic 3-1 victory over Espanyol, has now scored three goals in as many outings for club and country.

Scouts far and wide are starting to take notice of the 21-yead-old Spaniard, with Arsenal and Chelsea heading...

Richard Jolly profile picture Posted by Richard Jolly
1 day ago

Jack Wilshere finds his best position; Jesus Navas' width helps Man City

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini criticised referee Mark Clattenburg after their 2-2 draw with Arsenal.

Arsenal showed promise as they came from behind to lead 2-1 against Manchester City, but then the old problems surfaced as City struck a late leveller. Here are some of the tactical breakdowns from the game:

Wilshere is central for Arsenal

Jack Wilshere is starting to find his feet in midfield.
Jack Wilshere is starting to find his feet in midfield.

Jack Wilshere was used as a holding player in a midfield diamond by England against Switzerland. He spent parts of last season operating, often uneasily, on the wings for Arsenal. Now he is benefiting from a change in thinking from Arsene Wenger.

The Gunners manager...

 Posted by Kevin Palmer
1 day ago

Three Points: Arsenal vs. Man City

A trio of thoughts on the 2-2 draw between Arsenal and Manchester City in the Premier League.

1. Inferiority complex remains?

Arsenal's woeful record against their Premier League title rivals last season meant the pressure was on Arsene Wenger's side to confirm they can mix it up with the big guns ... and they so nearly answered the call with a win against the Premier League champions.

"This is a vital game," said Wenger prior to kickoff. "It could give us credibility and confidence, and we appreciate...