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June 26, 2011
Posted by Sam Limbert on 06/26/2011

In the final part of my recent series of posts, I’m going to finish assessing the season for each Arsenal player. Fans at the moment have a lot of opinions on who should leave the club given the acrimonious finish to the campaign, so I’m going to give my view on everyone’s season and say if they have a future at the club.

As with the other positions, I’m sure some will disagree with my thoughts and ratings so please comment and give your views at the bottom of the blog.

I’m going to finish at the front by focussing on the forwards.

June 15, 2011
Posted by Sam Limbert on 06/15/2011

Continuing my recent series of posts, I'm going to continue to assess the season for each Arsenal player. Fans at the moment have a lot of opinions on who should leave the club given the acrimonious finish to the campaign, so I'm going to give my view on everyone's season and say if they have a future at the club.

As always, I'm sure some will disagree with my thoughts and ratings so please comment and give your views at the bottom of the blog.

Moving up the pitch, I'm going to look at the midfield.

June 6, 2011
Posted by Sam Limbert on 06/06/2011

Following on from my post last week, I’m going to continue to assess the season for each Arsenal player. Fans at the moment have a lot of opinions on who should leave the club given the acrimonious finish to the campaign, so I’m going to give my view on everyone’s season and say if they have a future at the club.

As with last week, I’m sure some will disagree with my thoughts and ratings so please comment and give your views at the bottom of the blog.

Next up for my ratings; the defence.

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David Young Sam Limbert: My retirement as a football player came at the age of 14 due to being rubbish, it's fair to say I was more Kaba Diawara than Thierry Henry, so I turned my focus to writing about the game. I'm a lifelong Arsenal fan and have been lucky enough to watch the team across England and Europe. My favourite Gunner of all time is Dennis Bergkamp, and the 2004 Invincibles is the greatest side I've ever seen in English football. I try to be positive about the Arsenal as it's the hope that keeps us going! Follow me on twitter @SamsMatchReport.

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