Has Arsene Wenger Prepared Arsenal for Life Without Cesc Fabregas?

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Has Arsene Wenger Prepared Arsenal for Life Without Cesc Fabregas?
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What is his masterplan?

My previous article outlined Arsenal's abundance of centre midfielders. The natural progression of that article is, "Has Arsene Wenger prepared Arsenal for life without Cesc Fabregas?" Before I begin, I want to thank the people that read my previous article, which has led me on a quest to outline the problems and issues we will come to face supporting our club. I've decided to go with a slideshow format to make for easier reading over the torrent of information I used last time, some people like pictures but it's harder to find a caption to go with it—you know who you are.

As I previously touched on, we have many centre midfielders and many more prospects in the wings. The fact that Nasri is seemingly moulded into the heart of our play means that we have nine players in our first team capable of playing in one of the three midfield slots. At least five more players in the reserves and six more out on loan. Though, not all the players are ready for the step up and arguably a few should be on the transfer list, but our current midfield has been built to last. Therein lies a massive problem.

I apologise to whoever read the first copy of this article, I have a bad habit of getting drawn in and forgetting the basic rules of grammar, so many commas. 

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