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Holding: Arsenal not at crisis point

Rob Holding insists Arsenal are not at "crisis point" and is confident they can turn their fortunes around as they head into the festive period. The Gunners have gone five games in all competitions without a win and were beaten 2-0 by top-four rivals Leicester before the international break. Schar holds key to Xhaka move Lacazette: Arsenal must stop slacking Regionals: 'Torreira unhappy in new role' That defeat followed back-to-back home draws to Wolves and Crystal Palace and a 1-0 loss to promoted side Sheffield United, but Holding insists it is not time to panic. Arsenal have gone four Premier League games without a win "We just need to string a couple of wins together and...
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