Tag Archives: Lukas Podolski

Arsenal need Podolski and Walcott back

Despite being able to put out a decent first XI on Sunday against Manchester United, Arsenal’s chances of getting back into the game, having gone behind to Robin van Persie’s goal, were restricted because of lack of options from the bench. From an attacking point of view they had Serge Gnabry, stricken with the same […]

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Podolski can spearhead attack – Wenger

Arsène Wenger has praised Lukas Podolski’s attitude and believes he can be effective as a centre forward. The Germany international came off the bench to seal Saturday’s 3-1 victory over Norwich City at Emirates Stadium with his 14th goal of the season. Podolski has been used almost primarily on the left-hand side of Arsenal’s attack since […]

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Interview – Lukas Podolski

Lukas Podolski: We don’t speak of the title as we are 15 points behind … Prince ‘Poldi’ can barely move in Germany, particularly his native Cologne, without drawing attention and as he reflects on his new life in London, where he “can go outside” and do things like travel on the top deck of a […]

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Same old Arsenal?

After they slumped to a disappointing defeat at Old Trafford, the same old questions over the Gunners manager’s lack of imagination rear their ugly heads once more. Tom McKeown at Goal.com tells us that not much has changed at Arsenal over the past 7 years, since the club’s last major trophy. Although the Gunners started […]

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An Arsenal fan’s ramblings on sharing the goal scoring load

“We’re not a one man team! Did Robin save the penalty at Anfield? Is Robin assisting himself in all these goals? Did Robin make the last-ditch block at the Hawthorns? Shut up with your one-man team rubbish, we’re not a one-man team! One man team, why I outta… one man team… what are they like… […]

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Instant Impact

The 2012-13 Premier League season has picked up from the exciting and frenetic finish of last season and we at TKTG are not alone in thinking that the new signings of the transfer window seem to be at the heart of this blistering start. There is no doubt that fresh entrants, such as Eden Hazard, […]

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Wenger’s work makes progress

Quality, then, but not without a few caveats. Although Arsenal may be high in the table as well as high in the general excellence of their display, we still don’t truly know where they are as a team. The uncertainty is more to do with the opposition they have encountered rather than Arsenal themselves, who […]

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Premiership Predictions

  TOKNOWTHEGAME.COM tries to predict the top 4 teams this year in the English Premier League. We asked a Manchester United fan – Taimur Shah and an Arsenal fan – Omer Salahuddin for their views and opinions. 4th Place: Taimur Shah: Arsenal. Arsenal have to be the most consistent team ever when it comes to […]

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Should Wenger splash the cash?

The sale of Robin van Persie to bitter rivals Manchester United prefigured a dismal week for Arsenal. An exasperating 0-0 draw at home to Sunderland in their opening Premier League fixture sealed it. Though the Gunners controlled possession against a Black Cats side characterised solely by gutsy defending, their performance was all-too-similar to dominant performances […]

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