In the final end-of-season review post, it’s time to assess how the forwards did for Arsenal in 2014-2015. As with the rest of these posts, each player will get a review, a one-word summary and a rating. 9. Lukas Podolski The German’s thunderous left foot wasn’t seen much in 2014-2015 as he was shipped off … More SMR end-of-season review 2014-2015: The Forwards
In the penultimate post reviewing the 2014-2015 season, I’m going to assess the performance of Arsenal’s midfielders. As with the previous ones, there’ll be a short review of each player’s season and a one-word summary. 7. Tomas Rosicky It was a frustrating season for Tomas Rosicky as he didn’t get as much game time as … More SMR end-of-season review 2014-2015: The Midfielders
Continuing the review of the Arsenal squad’s performances in the 2014-2015, it’s the defenders. Each player will receive a rating and a one-word summary of the season. 2. Mathieu Debuchy The Frenchman has been incredibly unlucky in his first season at the club as a couple of nasty injuries limited his involvement. The signs were … More SMR end-of-season review 2014-2015: The Defenders
In the first of the end-of-season review posts, I’m going to assess Arsenal’s goalkeepers. Each player will get a rating and a one-word summary for the season (I’m giving myself license to use a hyphen if necessary!). 1. Wojciech Szczesny Having started the season as the number one, and the Premier League’s golden glove holder, … More SMR end-of-season review 2014-2015: The Goalkeepers
Listen to ‘End-of-season awards extravaganza’ on audioBoom Sam Limbert is joined by James Bale to hand out the prestigious SMR Awards for the 2014-2015 season! Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes!
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Often, in hindsight, winning a major football match after two hours of crippling tension can provide the most incredible moments, despite the vast majority of game being torturous to watch. In last year’s FA Cup final, Arsenal fans went through every emotion with a horrific start to the match against Hull, followed by the comeback … More Big players. Big game. Big performance.