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How Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will improve England at Euro 2012

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was a surprise inclusion when Roy Hodgson announced his England Euro 2012 squad. The Arsenal youngster could prove to be highly useful from the bench in Poland and Ukraine for this Euro 2012 tournament though, as he will improve England in some key areas.

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Are Arsenal over-reliant on Alex Song in attack?

Much of the talk this season has centred on Arsenal being over-reliant on Robin van Persie to score the goals in their quest to finish in the Premier League’s top four. However, with 10 assists from a defensive midfield position, are the Gunners also over-dependant on Alex Song to help their attack, when he should be allowed to focus more on defence?

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Is Robin van Persie showing signs of fatigue?

Robin van Persie is in the midst of his best Premier League season for Arsenal with 27 goals to his name. However, with only one strike in his last six matches, I’ve been reading articles that believe the Dutchman is showing the signs of fatigue. Robin van Persie has played in his highest number of matches in a Premier League season this campaign, so is there some truth to these views?

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Theo Walcott – the secret to his recent success for Arsenal

Theo Walcott had a slow start to the season. The Arsenal man supplied only a single assist through his first nine Premier League matches, raising the doubts once again about his ability to supply a final ball. In his last his last four games though, Theo Walcott has supplied three assists and a goal for the Gunners. So just what is the secret to his recent success?

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