10) Takehiro Tomiyasu (Arsenal/Japan) Takehiro Tomiyasu has risen to world wide fame since his move to Arsenal from Bologna over the summer. The Japanese centerback has proven to be one of the most difficult full backs to beat in the English Premier league and also has a great attacking instinct to go with his defensive solidarity.
Arsenal football club will return to premier league action on Monday when they host Crystal Palace at the Emirates stadium, they will be hoping to return to winning ways after they failed to win their last match. But there are some players who are no longer performing at optimum level for the Gunners and this could affect the team if they start the match.
Arsenal have been widely connected with re-signing Liverpool midfielder Oxlade Chamberlain and Club Brugge midfielder Noa Lang next summer in an attempt to bolster their squad. Chamberlain was transferred by Arsenal to Liverpool for £33 million in 2018 after scoring 20 goals in 198 appearances for the club. Chamberlain has been unable to break into Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool starting XI and is therefore desperate to leave the club in order to gain regular playing time.
There is a popular saying in the football world that "You never win anything with youth" but at the same time another saying goes thus "Youth is the future of football". While both sayings contradict each other, one thing is certain, youth is a fundamental aspect of football.
Arsenal is currently in the middle of a total squad rebuild and considering all circumstances, Mikel Arteta has done a fantastic job of rebuilding the team. Arsenal started the season slowly and the first three consecutive games against Brentford FC, Chelsea and Manchester City ended in huge defeats.
4) Pablo Mari Unlike most players on this list, Pablo Mari departure from Arsenal would not bring about any cause for concern from many Gunners faithful. The Spanish Centreback has failed to live up to expectations since he joined the Gunners in 2020 and was one of the reasons for the North Londoners abymsal form earlier this season.
During a highly anticipated Premier League match on October 18, 2021, Arsenal will play host to London rivals Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium. Arsenal defeated Crystal Palace 3-1 in their most recent meeting, which took place in May 2021. This was Arsenal's only victory in their previous six meetings, which included four draws and one defeat.
After being voted the club's Player of the Month for September, Arsenal defender Takehiro Tomiyasu has vowed to keep working hard. The Japanese international only arrived from Cagliari on deadline day at the Emirates Stadium, but he has already made an impression. Tomiyasu's appearances at right-back have been outstanding, and he has been crowned the Gunners' Player of the Month for September as a result of his efforts.
North London Derby : Takehiro Tomiyasu Emulated Bacary Sagna With Dominant Style Against Son Heung-Min
The North London Derby is one of the most important games for Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur. It is one of the most intense rivalries in the world. The match is more than just a game to both sets of fans. It is more of a game of pride, bragging rights and prestige which makes it a hotly contested encounter between both teams.
As regards the 2021-2022 Premier League fixtures, Arsenal will be facing Crystal Palace at the Emirates on Monday, so as to be back in action after the international break. Of course, the Gunners are expected to keep dazzling amazingly, having seen their all-around performances in the month of September.
Arsenal's season just got off to a good start after game-week three due to the consecutive defeats at the hands of Brentford FC, Chelsea and Manchester City. Last weekend, the Gunners had one of their best games under the management of Spanish manager Mikel Arteta against Tottenham Hotspur.
Mikel Arteta finds Arsenal formula when the Gunners claimed all 3 points against Tottenham on matchday 6. Three weeks ago, after starting the season with three consecutive defeats, 9 goals conceded, none scored and 24 players used, Mikel Arteta needed to save this season by finding consistency in his team selection.
Arsenal signed six new players with a total cost of about 150 million pounds during the recently concluded summer transfer window. The new signings include Nuno Tavares, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Ben White, Martin Odegaard, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Aaron Ramsdale. Among these signings, the most controversial was the signing of former Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale whom the Gunners signed for 24 million pounds.
Arsenal earned a point against Brighton with a 0-0 draw on a rain-soaked evening of sport. The Gunners started well, but were fortunate to overcome an onslaught of Brighton raids. Here are my three observations from the match. 1. Marc Cucurella Performed Admirably: Takehiro Tomiyasu has made a fantastic start to his Arsenal career, proving to be a defensively sound player who has helped the Gunners go on a winning streak.
Arsenal will be looking to return back to winning ways after two successive Premier League draws with Brighton and Crystal Palace as they welcome Aston Villa to the Emirates Stadium tonight. Arsenal are unbeaten their last five Premier League matches, winning three and drawing the last two. The Mikel Arteta side are currently place 12th on the League table.
The month of September was a good month for the gunners, as they were able to put behind the disappointing opening three fixtures behind them to get three consecutive wins in the Premier League. As a culture at the club, one player is always nominated for the player of the month award, and for the month of September, Arsenal's new signing, Takehiro Tomiyasu has been declared the winner.
Takehiro Tomiyasu is a Japanese professional footballer who plays as a center-back or right-back for Premier League club Arsenal and the Japan national team. Beginning his career at Avispa Fukuoka, Tomiyasu had a spell with Belgian club Sint-Truiden and Italian club, Bologna, before joining Arsenal in 2021
Arsenal extends their unbeaten Premier League to 6 matches with 3-1 comfortable win over Aston Villa
Mikel Arteta led Arsenal team were in action on Friday night in their 9th game of the English Premier League season against Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium. The North London club continues their incredible run in the league as they got the maximum three points of the night with three goals to one convincing win which placed them on a six-game unbeaten streak.
With the arrival of Takehiro Tomiyasu and Arsenal’s refusal to allow Ainsley Maitland-Niles to leave for Everton, it appears that we can expect either Calum Chambers or Cedric Soares to leave in the next big transfer window, perhaps even both. As a right-back, Chambers isn’t the real deal, although he can fire in the occasional decent cross.
Takehiro Tomiyasu has explained why he couldn't say no to a £16 million ($22 million) move to Arsenal, describing the Gunners as "one of the biggest clubs in the world." The Gunners have slid from their lofty Premier League and European tournament ranks, but they remain a significant draw and are undergoing a long-term rebuilding process under Mikel Arteta's leadership.