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Ramsey wants Arsenal to finish the season in style!

More to expect from Aaron Ramsey by Ash

With the form Arsenal and Wales international midfielder, Aaron Ramsey, has shown this season, it’s difficult to understand what more we could imagine of the player once he makes his long anticipated return to the pitch.

Ramsey has shown everything from speed and skill to volleys and poachers goals, but despite all this Ramsey has told Arsenal.com that the fans of Arsenal should expect to see plenty more when he returns later this month.

Why Arsenal are now ready to forget past United defeats

Confidence could be difference this time by Ash

After back to back wins against both Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund in the Premier League and Champions League respectively, the memories of that sorry night against Chelsea in the Capital One Cup have long since faded. Arsenal have performed to the same impressive standard over the course of the tough three week period which we have had, enduring two defeats which both seem not to matter anymore.

Is Szczesny now the keeper Arsenal have been waiting for?

Arsenal fans have got a great reason to look at the Premier League table right now, as it surely is a sight for sore eyes after some painful recent seasons to see the Gunners top of the shop with daylight between us and the chasing pack.

One thing you might also notice is the goals conceded and goal difference, which is a testament to Arsenal’s strength at both ends of the pitch. Only Manchester City have a better goal difference than the Gunners, mainly because of their seven goals against Norwich at the weekend, but we have conceded less than them and a large part of the reason for that is Wojciech Szczesny.

Wilshere believes Arsenal will bounce straight back

You get the impression from Jack Wilshere that he would love for Arsenal to be playing Borussia Dortmund again instead of Crystal Palace this weekend. The 21-year old was clearly disappointed, as were we all, with the result on Tuesday, but it has not even dented his belief Arsenal and their ability to turn the result on it’s head in Germany.

Is Walcott right to be confident about Arsenal’s title hopes

Walcott’s full of confidence by Ash

Whilst on tour with the Arsenal first team in Asia, Arsenal and England international star striker Theo Walcott has been talking of Arsenal’s title hopes for next season. And the 24 year old is extremely positive and hopeful for the upcoming season, as we look to end what could be a 9 year trophy drought.

Cazorla – Arsenal now have a winning mentality

Arsenal have their Mojo back says Cazorla by Bob

The Spanish international Santi Cazorla doesn’t seem to have any problems with his own self-confidence, as was clear as soon as he began his Arsenal career last season. Santi slotted right into the Arsenal team as if he had been playing with them for years and was soon orchestrating things from the middle of the pitch.

Arsenal’s winning run gives me confidence for next season

The last two months may point the way to Arsenal success by FD

Although eventually winning the league title at a canter, Man U hardly set the football world alight in the first half of the season. By common consent, they managed to accumulate a healthy number of early points largely because of the generally sub-standard form shown by most of the other Premiership teams. But gradually, by gaining those points, their belief grew and their overall play improved.

It’s often said you have to learn how to “win ugly” if you want to stay at the top.

Time for Arsenal to address Wenger’s Blind Spot – Our goalkeeper!

Arsene’s Blind Spot by FD

In the early years of Arsene Wenger’s reign at Arsenal, the press liked to make fun of the things on the pitch he “didn’t see”. Although it became something of a standing joke, I doubt many Arsenal fans really minded that much.

Over the years, however, I suspect those following the Gunners may have become more than a little concerned about Arsene’s real blind spot. The goalkeeping position.

The Ox – Beating Man Utd would be massive for Arsenal

The Arsenal winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is well aware of the importance of this weekends game against Manchester United, not only because it will put the Gunners in the driving seat for the Champions League places, but also because it will give Arsene Wenger’s squad a great boost of confidence to launch a challenge for the Premiership title next season.

The Ox likens this game to the Champions League match against Bayern Munich in Germany, and the incredible 2-0 win at the Allianz Arena set the Gunners on a run of six games unbeaten, and he believes a win this weekend would have the same effect. He said: “The win over Bayern Munich last month wasn’t enough to get us to qualify for the Champions League quarter-finals, but it was still a massive boost for us as a side,”

Arsenal MUST score first – says Wenger

This weekends game against Norwich is Arsenal’s big chance to finally leapfrog Tottenham and Chelsea into Third Place in the Premier League, and Arsene Wenger will be using all his psychology to galvanise the players to give it their best shot.

Wenger knows that Arsenal have not lost one of the 18 games they have scored in first this season, winning 16 of them, and another quick staert against Norwich will give them the impetus to go on and take the points.

Is Gervinho ready to fire Arsenal into the Top Four?

This season has hardly been a success for Arsenal’s Ivorian winger Gervinho, who went rapidly downhill after scoring a few goals early in the season, but now Arsene Wenger believes that this weekend’s goal against Swansea could be the start of a great run of form for the Great Foreheaded One.

Wenger thinks that he has now regained the confidence to take on opposing defenders and actually keeping the ball! Wenger said on Arsenal.com: “I know that Gervinho was under a lot of negative pressure because he missed chances and as well because I know how big that win was for us,”

Wenger concerned about Arsenal morale

Arsene Wenger has expressed his concern about how recent results may have affected his Arsenal players, and is using this lengthy break to try to get some confidence and positivity flowing again. Confidence and form are fragile and elusive, but they are absolutely vital for the last quarter of the season. The Frenchman is obviously having to prepare the team for the away leg against Bayern Munich next Wednesday, but suggests that game is not his main concern at the moment.

“I am not worried about us potentially coming back against Bayern. I am more worried about consequences that could manifest in the heads of our players.