3 Things We Learnt From Arsenal’s 1-0 Loss To Chelsea: The Gunners Are Still The Chokers

2. Joel Campbell may still have a future at Arsenal

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This was almost unheard of a month ago and the Costa Rican was expected to leave the Emirates in the coming days. But the man who destroyed Manchester United during his loan spell at Olympiakos has proved that he isn’t the kind of a player who will go down without a fight. He started the game and played well, showing glimpses of what he’s capable of throughout his stay on the pitch. The 23-year-old is being deployed on the right flank by Arsene Wenger and although it isn’t his preferred position, but he still puts in impressive performances in almost every game he plays.

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Written by Kaustubh Pandey

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