Arsenal need ‘miracle’, Lacina Traore & Bendtner’s time to walk the walk – Best of AFC

AMICAL - CFR CLUJ - FC BIHORWith the great thaw starting and the Premier League returning to normality Arsene Wenger will undoubtedly be looking to maintain their title momentum at the Reebok stadium tomorrow afternoon. They say the best teams are the ones who don’t play well and grind out results and Tomas Rosicky nicked a last gasp equaliser to see Arsenal close the gap at the top. Bolton will be a tough prospect with new boss Owen Coyle at the helm, however you do feel that Arsenal have far too much quality in their armoury to ensure they pick up the three points.

This week at FFC has seen an array of Arsenal Blogs which has looked at the significance of Sol Campbell’s return; the importance of Samir Nasri to the Gunners title push, whilst a focus on Samuel Galindo and potential transfer target Lacina Traore.

We have also picked out some best of the Web snippets to provide you with some alternate reading this Saturday afternoon.

JT wakes up to what Arsenal fans have known all season

‘A Star in the Making’ – Arsenal’s Samuel Galindo

PL Footballing Genius: Andrei Arshavin

What does the signing of Sol actually mean in practice?

Arsenal need a ‘miracle’ to win a trophy…well apparently

Nasri’s return proving key to Arsenal’s challenge

Time has come for Nicklas Bendtner to walk the walk

‘The Boy Has Got Skills’ – Arsenal Target Lacina Traore

Is it really a three-horse PL title race?


Best of the Web this week

Arsenal busy mastering the next mysterious collapse – Guardian

The destruction of the Premiership and why you should be worried. – Le Grove

New York Times: Stan Kroenke – the quiet emperor of sport – New York Times

If Sol Campbell can, then why can’t Mathieu Flamini? – Wrighty 7

Arsène Wenger voices fear as top clubs face fixture pile-up – Guardian

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