Analysed: How Joel Campbell can still play a big part in Arsenal's title challenge

Up until recent seasons, Arsenal have been the most readily associated with a singular, definitive approach to the game. Their short passing, possession-heavy style employed with a view to creating a high number of chances inside their opponent's penalty box, has historically been the envy of rival clubs and fans throughout the league. Indeed, the Frenchman's arrival in England opened the eyes of many to what a 'passing game' might actually be capable of achieving.

There's an argument to be made that states that Wenger has failed to innovate since those magical years in which Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, Robert Pires et al achieved so much under his tutelage.

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