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Half Term Report

With the busy Christmas period fast approaching and The Premier League bubblingup into possibly the most competitive I have seen in my lifetime, it’s time to assess the start made by each club and look ahead to the remaining five months of the season.

Despite their recent pummeling, Arsenal currently lead the way and deservedly so. Ironically, after losing their first game of the season the knives were out for Arsene Wenger. He wasn't the only one under fire. Mertesacker, Ramsey and Giroud were considered by many to simply not be good enough for a team whose eyes are always fixed on the title. Fast forward four months and who would believe that these three men in particular…

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Ibrahim Latifi
Sun, 22 Dec 2013 at 23:34

manchester united winwer in premiere league

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Brendan Krause
Sat, 21 Dec 2013 at 11:03

Get a top quality striker in january and Arsenal will finish 1st or 2nd, there's a certain determination to win games that this arsenal team has and all they need imo is a striker who can create something and provide some X factor when this arent going there way. The talent in the squad is there for all to see and i feel we have yet to see half of what Ozil can do, so just wait until you see Magic Mesut and full flight Mr Owen!

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Tim Hadfield
Sat, 21 Dec 2013 at 01:18

Arsenal 3rd/4th.

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Paul Melia
Thu, 19 Dec 2013 at 18:35

And why would Barkley sign for a manager that never played him?

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Reza Kharrazi
Thu, 19 Dec 2013 at 14:11

Mr. Owen, so, you have started your career as pundit and finishing your career as an inconsistent footballer. attagreat players it does not mean you

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Dangana Inebhari
Thu, 19 Dec 2013 at 12:52

Spot on Michael, spot on

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Matt King
Thu, 19 Dec 2013 at 11:49

Additionally, we've operated basically the whole season without Podolski, Walcott and Chamberlain so the idea that we cannot handle injuries also laughable. Will agree completely that another European quality striker is needed. That could be what stops AFC, but it won't be Ozil's "inconsistency" that's to blame if they aren;t champions

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Matt King
Thu, 19 Dec 2013 at 11:47

The criticism of Ozil is pure madness. Scored/assisted 11 goals in his first 13 EPL appearances. That is frighteningly quick adaption to a new league. It's because he is world class. Only Aaron Ramsey has scored/assisted more this season and nobody has a better goal/assist per game rate. The idea that he isn't consistently delivering is laughable. Luckily, if he doesn't play well AFC are able to rely on others. Imagine what he'll be like when he's full adapted to the league.

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Benjamin Asoro
Thu, 19 Dec 2013 at 07:58

It all boils down to the Arsenal v Chelsea game on Monday. If Arsenal wins, even Michael Owen will admit this- the threat of Arsenal is real.

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Benjamin Asoro
Thu, 19 Dec 2013 at 07:58

It all boils down to the Arsenal v Chelsea game on Monday. If Arsenal wins, even Michael Owen will admit this- the threat of Arsenal is real.

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