Arsenal will beat Everton to fourth place

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Does this Spaniard hold the key to Arsenal’s fortunes?

Date: 16th April 2014 at 6:47pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

Arsenal’s 3-1 home win against West Ham on Tuesday night was a bit more like it from Arsene Wenger’s side. It wasn’t a revisiting of the swashbuckling days of Thierry Henry and Robert Pires. It was in fact a typically post-Highbury performance from Arsenal, taking a good half hour to forty-five minutes to emerge from the dressing room before kicking into gear. West Ham’s opener via Matt Jarvis would have further scrambled the minds of those who are yet to belief this Arsenal team have turned a corner following their FA Cup semi-final win on the weekend. Going a goal down was nothing new. The response, however, was a performance that personified what Wenger has ... Read More


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