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Wenger knows best. Fielding an orchsesta of spellbinding, fit-as-fiddle maestroes, whose every move is sheer poetry in motion. I, however, agree with veteran Adams, sometimes the best of geniuses still needs the seasoned hands and limbs of a seasoned orchestra to come out with masterpices and enact command performances, time after time. At the moment Arsenal arent doing too badly, but they still need the strength of a solid spine to thrive better. Who knows the second coming of Sol Campbell, who alongside of Patrick Viera formed the spine of the rocksteady middle of the Invincibles might be the appropriate response of Wizard Arsene Wenger to the charges of bypassing talents in their 30s for his unbelievably talented side. Pity, we'll be missing Thiery Henry in this squad though he has not been the genius that he used to be when he called the shots in the incomparable Arsenal of that golden age. The future for Arsenal is brighter than anyone can ever imagine. Their sexy football simply turns the world on.

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