It is a strange time to be an Arsenal supporter and the emotion or feeling that sadly most adequately describes my state of mind is ‘resigned’. It seems highly likely that come the summer now we will find ourselves entering a new era with a new manager for the first full season in 21 years. […]
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The winter window is open you know Arsène? You know, the short period of time during which you are allowed to strengthen your squad, add new faces, and cover holes that went somehow unnoticed in the past three years. I reckon those very little issues were hard to identify, however now they came to light […]
Time for Wenger to finally be firm with his players – Drop Szczeny and play Opsina Surely it is time for Arsene Wenger became firm with his players? In today’s football world, with access to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram along with teenage players already having wages of thousands and thousands of pounds, it isn’t always […]
The last few days have seen more talk of players leaving Arsenal rather than joining the Gunners this summer.
Feels longer doesn’t it? In fact, you would be entirely forgiven for thinking it had been months since Arsenal were last in action, securing that precious third place against a resilient West Bromwich Albion.
Arsene Wenger is reportedly interested in bringing Alan Dzagoev to Arsenal.
Yesterday’s Euro 2012 action conjured up some perhaps resurected news when it came to Arsenal players. The born-again Tomas Rosicky is now injured once more, and the forgotten Andrey Arshavin was left disappointed by his display on the pitch.
After 19 years as a professional football player Sylvain Wiltord has decided to retire.
With several squad players set to feature against Leeds as Wenger rests his key stars, Devon Halls picks three players who will have a point to prove today.
Arshavin proved against QPR that he still has a lot to offer to the Gunners and his brilliant assist highlighted the Russian’s world class talent.