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Author: Sean Brown

Job Done – Arsenal Beat Milan 3-1 to Advance in Europa League

It is difficult to accurately assess the Arsenal performance in the second leg of their Round of 16 tie against A.C. Milan. The game ended in a 3-1 victory for the Gunners, which secured their advancement to the quarterfinals of the Europa League through a 5-1 aggregate against the Italian giants. However, it’s Arsenal, after all, so the road may have been a little bumpier than many fans might have liked. Ultimately, however, Arsenal got the job done by being the better side over the two legs. Arsenal Get the Job Done For about 50 minutes of the game...

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Arsène Wenger’s Cognitive Dissonance

Fundamental Attribution Error – a concept in the field of social psychology – is the tendency to explain the behaviour of others in terms of internal factors, such as personality traits, rather than on situational factors. This is an especially pernicious issue when the people explaining behaviour are working with imperfect information, as in trying to explain the behaviour of people and situations they do not really know. Sound familiar? What you are about to read is built upon a pair of assumptions which, if you disagree, will negatively affect your reaction to the argument. Those assumptions are as...

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