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Bacary Sagna Out for 3 Weeks as Arsenal Injury Problems Continue Ahead of West Brom Game: Daily Soccer Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Arsenal right back Bacary Sagna has been ruled out for three weeks due to a hamstring injury, and will miss the match this weekend against West Bromwich Albion. While Carl Jenkinson can slot in for Sagna, Wenger’s other injury problems … Continue reading

Why Mathieu Flamini Could Be The Most Important Signing of the Premier League Season

Posted on by Aundre Jacobs

How many Arsenal supporters scratched their heads when Arsene Wenger announced  the re-signing of former gunner Mathieu Flamini after his contract ran out at AC Milan? He wasn’t the big name signing Arsenal fans so desperately wanted. He wasn’t Lars … Continue reading

Arsenal’s Sensational Early Season Form Stems From A Summer Of Overdue Stability

Posted on by Matt Jones

It has been a remarkable start to the season for Arsene Wenger and his Arsenal side. Last night’s win against Napoli was just the latest in a campaign that seems to be churning victories out on a metronomic basis. Positivity … Continue reading

With Momentum On Their Side, It’s Time to Start Taking Arsenal More Seriously

Posted on by Alex Baker

It’s been relatively easy for many to discount Arsenal’s excellent start to their Premier League campaign. After all, they lost their first game, the table they currently sit atop is still somewhat topsy-turvy, and consider the relative quality of their … Continue reading

Arsenal Has the Perfect Mix of Youth, Experience and Creativity to Achieve Success

Posted on by Ross Schweitzer

With Arsenal off to their best start in the Premier League in five years coupled with strong performances thus far in the UEFA Champions League, there is definitely a different vibe around the Emirates so far this season. There is … Continue reading

The Differences Between Zonal Marking, Man Marking and Mixed Zonal Marking

Posted on by Tamojit Chakraborty

In England, it’s not uncommon to hear the saying that “Zonal marking is not defending.” But, what the fact that these pundits often ignore is that goals are scored even when defenders are man marking. It’s not that man marking … Continue reading

Rafa Benítez Hails Arsène Wenger as the Best Manager in England: Daily Soccer Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Napoli manager Rafa Benitez has hailed Arsene Wenger as the best manager in England. Both Napoli and Arsenal face each other later today in the UEFA Champions League, but while the praise for Wenger is worthy, you have to wonder … Continue reading

Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey Scores a Wonderful Team Goal Against Swansea [GIF]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Arsenal scored a wonderful team goal against Swansea City on Saturday, with Aaron Ramsey getting the ball into the back of the net after great build-up play by Ramsey to Wilshere to Giroud and back to Ramsey to score to … Continue reading

The Transformation of Aaron Ramsey Into Arsenal’s Not-So-Secret Weapon

Posted on by Ross Schweitzer

In recent seasons, Aaron Ramsey has been too aggressive, too arrogant, and too full of self-confidence. Lacking in pitch awareness, focus and control, he has helped win some games, but also either directly helped to lose or didn’t contribute enough … Continue reading

Top 5 Passing Teams in the Premier League for the 2013/14 Season So Far [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted on by Alex Muller

The Premier League have revealed the top five “pass masters” of the 2013/14 Premier League season thus far. Top of the table is Swansea City who have the highest passing accuracy as well as most total passes. The Swans got … Continue reading

Interview With Mystery Tromso Fan Who Pulled On Arsenal Shirt At White Hart Lane [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The mystery of the girl who pulled on an Arsenal shirt at White Hart Lane during last week’s Europa League match between Spurs and Tromso has been solved. The girl’s name is Lena Mari Edvardsen. She’s a Tromso supporter, and … Continue reading

Olivier Giroud’s Slow and Steady Rise From French Football to Arsenal’s Star Striker

Posted on by Ross Schweitzer

He has never been highly sought after. He has never been highly touted. At one point, he was just glad to have a professional contract. His manager once said that he “did not have the level to play among the … Continue reading

Arsenal’s Injured Theo Walcott Could Miss England World Cup Qualifiers That Will Decide Their Fate: Nightly Soccer Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines: Premier League Arsenal’s injured Theo Walcott could miss England World Cup qualifiers that will decide their fate — Mirror Roberto Di Matteo and Gus Poyet look set to spurn Sunderland — The Guardian … Continue reading

UK Retailer Says That Arsenal Mesut Ozil Shirts Are Outselling Gareth Bale Shirts 5 to 1

Posted on by Christopher Harris

A UK sports retailer recently reported that the Arsenal shirts with Mesut Ozil’s name on the back are outselling Gareth Bale Real Madrid shirts by five to one. A representative from the UK sports retailer said: “While it would be … Continue reading

Media and Supporters to Blame For ‘Premier League Club In Crisis’ Merry-Go-Round

Posted on by Matthew Walsh

Today’s world of rolling sports news, hourly club updates and saturated soccer coverage has given birth to a relatively modern but ever-present phenomenon – the club in crisis. Usually rearing its head sometime before Christmas, it’s a brooding cloud of … Continue reading

How New Signings Ozil, Eto’o, Barry, Eriksen, Sakho & Fellaini Fared In Their Debuts

Posted on by Matt Jones

Having had to wait two weeks, supporters of Premier League clubs finally got to see some of their last-minute signings in action this weekend just gone. The capture of a new star stirs excitement amongst a fan base, but ahead … Continue reading

Sunderland vs Arsenal Match Highlights [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Today’s match between Sunderland and Arsenal had a little bit of everything — a manager getting sent to the stands, a goal being unfairly disallowed, some sensational skill leading to goals, and much more. It also marked the Arsenal debut for … Continue reading

Renaming the 20 Premier League Clubs: If Hull City Owner Assem Allam Can Do It, We Can Do Better

Posted on by Morgan Green

While many of you were laughing at businessman and self proclaimed Leader Assem Allam for his views on rebranding clubs, I actually took the time to analyze his statements. All in all, Mr. Allam is correct. The world is a … Continue reading