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Archives: Arsenal

Arsene Wenger and Arsenal: A Beautiful Relationship in Need of Change

Posted on by Scott Fulton

‘One nil to the Arsenal’ was the famous song that emanated from fortress Highbury during the lengthy and successful tenure of the pragmatic George Graham. They were the team that were the very antithesis of Kenny Dalglish’s latest incarnation of … Continue reading

What Should Arsenal’s Direction Be After Arsene Wenger Eventually Leaves?

Posted on by Richard Crossley

As another season with the familiar hollow ring of no silverware lags to a close at Arsenal, the question of what’s to be done after Arsene Wenger eventually retires needs to be asked; driven largely by unrealistic whispers of Arsenal’s … Continue reading

What I Learned About Your Premier League Club This Season

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the 20 years that I’ve followed the Premier League, this season has been the most unique for me. In previous years, I watched the league with an unbiased lens, able to dish out criticism and laud players and teams … Continue reading

Pay Attention Liverpool and Spurs, It’s All Down to How You Finish

Posted on by Jack Tomczuk

Arsenal and Manchester United emerged as the big victors from the weekend not because of their superior attacking play, but because their forwards were clinical in front of goal. While Liverpool and Tottenham can claim to be unlucky, they only … Continue reading

Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 27: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

  A big question will be answered today. Whether Arsenal can maintain the consistency and explosiveness that they showed last Sunday against Tottenham Hotspur, and whether Liverpool’s Carling Cup Final victory can be a catalyst for greater glories this season. … Continue reading

Random Thoughts From Premier League Gameweek 26

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

1. Arsenal fans can exhale and begin chanting, “All is well”. Yes, the Gunners played much better Sunday, but this is still the same club that was routed at the San Siro recently so it is difficult to get a firm … Continue reading

Mourinho and Guardiola Heading to England Would Take EPL to Next Level

Posted on by Roy Skillen

Two to three years, that’s the time that both Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger seem to have given themselves before they end their respective managerial careers. Although we have heard the “I am quitting” spiel from Sir Fergie a million … Continue reading

4 Managerial Candidates to Replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal

Posted on by Andrew Bishara

After a miserable week, Arsene Wenger’s future at the club has never looked more unsecure. The tide is turning for the once untouchable Wenger with the rallying of fans, critics and players going against Arsenal’s greatest manager. Fans have voiced … Continue reading

Arsenal’s Season Hangs In The Balance After Champions League Mauling

Posted on by Jack Tomczuk

Arsenal’s 4-0 loss at the San Siro on Wednesday could have implications far beyond just elimination from the Champions League. In fact, the heavy defeat and disappointing performance could be the force that reduces Arsenal’s season to ash. Before the … Continue reading

Arsenal Home Shirt For 2012-13 Season Revealed: New Leaked Photo

Posted on by Christopher Harris

A new photo of Arsenal’s home shirt for the 2012-13 season has been leaked on the Internet. The iconic red shirt of Arsenal will again feature white sleeves. But this time, the sleeve design features red, white and black hoops. … Continue reading

Arsenal Home Shirt for 2012-13 Season Revealed: Photo

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The design of Arsenal’s home shirt for the 2012-13 season has been revealed on the Internet. Arsenal’s home shirt for the 2012-13 season will feature the classic red shirt with white sleeves. However, the design also features what appears to … Continue reading

How to Solve the Issue of Too Many London Teams in the Premier League

Posted on by Noel S. Williams

I’ve spent too much of my 25 years in the States trying to convince Americans that there’s more to England than the great city of London. However, it’s quite likely there’ll be 6 London-based teams in the EPL next season. … Continue reading

Wenger’s Reluctant Transfer Business Might Prove Costly for Arsenal this Season

Posted on by Andrew Bishara

Arsene Wenger isn’t known for dabbling in the winter transfer window. In fact he deems that it should be “scrapped”. History though tells us another thing. Over the past couple of seasons, Arsenal has entered the winter transfer window needing … Continue reading

FA Cup Fourth Round Sunday, Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Two big FA Cup matches are on deck today. The 11am ET/4pm GMT kickoff between Arsenal and Aston Villa is the one that most will be interested in, but the 8.30am ET/1:30pm GMT match between Sunderland and Middlesbrough shouldn’t be … Continue reading

1.3 Million Viewers Watched Arsenal-Manchester United On FOX

Posted on by Alex Muller

The first ever live Premier League match shown on free-to-air network television in the United States delivered 1.3 million viewers for the Sunday, January 22 match between Arsenal and Manchester United on FOX. The broadcast delivered a 0.8 rating The … Continue reading

Could You Afford a Season Ticket If You Lived Near Your Favorite Premier League Club?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Imagine for a minute that you lived in England and that you finally had the chance to watch your favorite Premier League club in person. Like me, if you’re such a die-hard supporter of your team, you would definitely look … Continue reading

Arsene Wenger and Kenny Dalglish are Untouchable, For Better or for Worse

Posted on by Jim Flanagan

The managerial merry-go-round is one of the unpleasant facets of Premier League football. Too often, the board members of clubs are quick to sack a manager due to a string of poor results or because of outside pressure. The objective … Continue reading

Lower-Table Premier League Clubs Need to Believe In Themselves and Stop Fawning Opposition

Posted on by Jack Lyden

In this day and age it is somewhat accepted that the “big clubs” will dominate all across the board in English football. Somewhat stale air breathes on football as the stranglehold of money dictates all. Is it possible a manager … Continue reading