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Consistent Midfield Is Paying Dividends

Alex Song believes that Arsenal are reaping the rewards of a midfield that is now familiar with itself.

Speaking to arsenal.com the Cameroonian believes the midfield unit has really started to click recently, and that familiarity is a key part of why Arsenal are back to our best.

'Our knowledge of each other is improving every day. You can see what a good player Mikel is. Aaron's doing well too, and we're all coming together and learning what works best. The more we communicate, the better we'll get.'

Song also added that he's been pleased with his form since returning from suspension.

'I'm very happy, although you always want to do more. Last season I scored five goals and this time I'd like to score ten.'

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Writer: Arsenal Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 9 2011

Time: 2:16PM

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What happens when Jack comes back?
Gunnerman
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09/11/2011 14:46:00

Simple. He proves himself all over. The competition for places can only be good for us; ultimately, though, I see Ramsey or Arteta rotating roles as soon as Jack is back to full fitness and ready to play for 90 minutes.
Naijagunner
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09/11/2011 22:31:00

What are the chances all the midfielders are all healthy at the same time? You never have too many players when you try to challenge on all front.
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10/11/2011 06:28:00

 

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