Tag Archives | Alexandre Song

Arsenal rule out midfielder return

Alex Song might have thought that Arsene Wenger would be with him in regards to turning the clock back and bringing him back to the Emirates, however The Metro are reporting that the Arsenal boss will not be facilitating any reunion between the player and club meaning he had best get searching for a pair of magic red shoes if he […]

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Where are they now – Arsenal’s own golden generation

Part of Arsenal’s recent demise has been down to Arsene Wenger’s persistant faith in a group of under achieving youngsters. In September 2008, Wenger named 13 teenagers in his 18 man squad to face Sheffield United in a League Cup match at the Emirates, with the oldest member of the squad being just 23 years of […]

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We need to go forward, not Bac

Bacary Sagna has publicly criticised Arsenal’s transfer policy in light of Alex Song’s recent departure from the Emirates, and not many will disagree with the Frenchman’s concerns. Having already lost Robin Van Persie to rivals Manchester United earlier this summer, the sale of Song to Barcelona has left Sagna and Arsenal fans bewildered. Gunners supporters […]

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Sagna is just saying what we have all been thinking

One thing I was not expecting to come across when browsing the net yesterday was a scathing attack on Arsenal. No it wasn’t Samir Nasri, Ashley Cole or Emmanuel Adebayor. Hell it wasn’t even Patrice Evra or a Barcelona player for once. The man in question is the Gunners ‘quiet’ right-back Bacary Sagna.

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Where would Theo go?

While most people associated with Arsenal are currently obsessing over the Robin van Persie fiasco, other members of the squad have a proverbial clock ticking away over their head. One of those is Alex Song, but the one I’m going to focus on is Theo Walcott. 

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The Song Enigma

Firstly this article is not a criticism of Alex Song who for me was one of our most consistent performers last season. The actual point I am going to make is how imperative it is the Arsenal sign a genuine holding defensive-minded midfielder. Song has had his critics which I feel is very unfair, as […]

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A summer that could define Monsieur Wenger

The summer of 2012; a defining summer for both the direction of the football club, and the destiny of Arsene Wenger. The club, while learning from last summer, has once again put itself in an unfortunate position of letting yet another star player run his contract down to just one more year.

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