Arsenal: Premier League Club Ready to Win League Title
Arsenal is a team that has been in blistering form as they only have one loss and one draw after the opening seven league games of the season. They have their coach and old and new players alike to thank for this remarkable start.
Two players that have been injured for awhile now are Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott. In their place, the starters and subs alike have been sensational in filling in their shoes. One player that did not even get to play with those two on the field simultaneously is the most expensive signing ever, Mesut Ozil.
The German international has come in and scored no goals in Premier League play, but more importantly has notched three assists for his teammates. His ability to run, dribble and hold the ball while waiting for teammates to creep into open spaces is uncanny. His vision and flair in the midfield is nearly perfect as these qualities make him an asset to his club, and a nightmare for opponents all around the world.
Coach Arsene Wenger has managed to completely turn around the rather dismal season (for their standards) from last year into a brilliant one just a campaign later. He has put together a talented team and allows them to play one-touch soccer, which makes them a true danger. Each midfield player, as well as winger, possesses skills that many professionals around the world can only dream about having.
Therefore, when they are put together with the mission of winning, there are not too many problems.
This could be Arsenal’s year, as they could win the Premier League title for the first time since their undefeated season back in 2003-04.
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