It would be understandable if Wenger doesn’t land a big-name striker this month

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Would Arsenal fans have a right to be aggrieved?

Date: 10th January 2014 at 6:40pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

There is a pleasant understanding among Arsenal supporters this month. Well, sort of. The club are in their best position to win a major piece of silverware since 2007-08, and yet by wonderful design, history looks to be repeating itself. That season, Arsenal went into the New Year top of the table, having only lost one league game in December and possessing a squad that looked energised and inspired following the departure of Thierry Henry the summer prior. Yet Arsene Wenger lost Robin van Persie to injury midway through the season and Eduardo was put on the sidelines in horrible fashion during a season-defining game at Birmingham in February. The recent injury to Theo Walcott immediately sparked memories of the difficulties faced during the latter stages of ... Read More


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