Mar 13 • 56M

Is time up for Tierney?

Is it time for Arsenal to sell Kieran Tierney? Plus analysis of Fulham vs Arsenal, looking ahead to Sporting, the question of depth, and a title race check in

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Thoughts and analysis on Arsenal and the football (soccer) world at large.
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Fulham, is this the performance of the season?

Breaking down Arsenal’s win.

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Fulham 0 (0.8)-(2.3) 3 Arsenal: The Debrief
11 matches to go. 5-point lead. It’s getting serious now. Thankfully Arsenal are looking to get back healthy and are perhaps peaking at the right time to be able to see this special season to the end.Cannon Stats is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber…
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Looking at the Granit Xhaka, William Saliba, and the man of the match Leandro Trossard.

Should we read anything into Emile Smith Rowe not getting time in this match?

Looking ahead to the Europa League

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What you need to know about Sporting CP
Arsenal kick off the Europa League knockouts Thursday with a visit to Lisbon, where Portugal’s Sporting Club await. With Portugal’s Primeira Liga sixth in the world, many fans will be relatively unfamiliar with the club that gave us Cristiano Ronaldo…
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How many changes should Arsenal have for this match and will it be enough to see them into the Quarter Finals?

Kieran Tierney and Champions League Depth

What to do with Arsenal’s fullback who has been replaced by a better player? What is the right price? Should we strengthen a rival?

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Kieran Tierney: Is this summer time to sell?
I still count going out on a limb on Kieran Tierney last season as arguably my most controversial Twitter take…
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Should Arsenal be ruthless to build depth? How much depth does Arsenal need?

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Where do Arsenal go from here?
When Mikel Arteta, Edu and the Kroenke family decided to pull the plug on their failed win-now attempt in late 2020, the path they set in front of them was one that’s been rare in football, or really in any league without firm spending controls for teams: An honest-to-goodness, slash-and-burn rebuild…
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Title Race Check In

Odds currently have Arsenal somewhere in the 50-60% range to win the title and it feels right. The performances have improved and Arsenal are picking up points at a healthy pace again.

Neither team looks to have a Premier League Schedule Advantage over the last 11 matches.

Arsenal have the 7th hardest remaining schedule - with 5 matches against the top-rated teams (City A (1), Liverpool A (3), Newcastle A (8), Brighton H (4), Chelsea H (7))

Manchester City have the 8th hardest remaining schedule - 3 matches against the top-rated teams (Brighton A (4), Liverpool H (3), Arsenal H (2), Chelsea H (7))

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