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Archives: Arsenal

FA Cup Footballers From 1988-89 Featured In Match Magazine: Photo

Posted on by Christopher Harris

While cleaning out my garage over the weekend, I came across an old box of football/soccer collectibles. I haven’t peeked inside the box yet to see what’s in there, but I thought I’d reach in and pick out the first … Continue reading

Wenger, Hodgson and Mancini Star In The Monsters Of Rock (Video)

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Who knew that Arsene Wenger, Roy Hodgson and Roberto Mancini were not only rock stars, but rock musicians? Enjoy the following videos. httpv://youtu.be/E5DrdPrPpMU httpv://youtu.be/B2mqZHSPw4E H/T 101 Great Goals.

Thierry Henry Transfer, A Step in the Wrong Direction?

Posted on by Jack Rigelsford

The excitement over the return of Thierry Henry, Arsenal’s all-time top goalscorer, on a two-month loan is understandable, but the realistic impact Henry will have towards Arsenal’s push for Champions League qualification is questionable. He’ll be a great presence in … Continue reading

What Are The 20 Premier League Clubs Wishing For in 2012?

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

Here is what the Premier League clubs are wishing for in 2012: Arsenal: Gunner fans are wishing that scoring machine Robin van Persie continues his torrid streak. Aston Villa: That Alex McLeish has a method to his “managerial tactic” madness. … Continue reading

Arsenal 1-1 Wolves: Parking the Bus, Making a Point And Taking a Point

Posted on by Chris Machin

In a game that was set back 24 hours, Wolverhampton Wanderers made like the staff of the London Underground and went on strike. Not literally of course, but metaphorically. Just as the tube workers stood firm, refused to budge and … Continue reading

Premier League Midseason Analysis: London vs. Manchester

Posted on by Roderick Thomas

It isn’t exactly halfway through the season, but all of the clubs are 18 games into their 2011-12 campaign except for Everton and Tottenham (both are 17 games in) who have to make up their first round fixture due to … Continue reading

Whatever Happened to Francis Jeffers? (Who Are Ya?)

Posted on by Ally Poole

‘WHO ARE YA?’ is a new weekly feature on EPL Talk that profiles players who have been capped for England and fallen from grace and players who never really reached their full potential, with the help of some anecdotes .Feel … Continue reading

FIFA Predicts High-Scoring Man City vs Arsenal Game This Weekend

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The FIFA 12 Simulation Engine has calculated the strengths and weaknesses of Manchester City against Arsenal, and has computed what will happen on Sunday when the two giants clash at Etihad Stadium. Not surprisingly, EA Sports is predicting a lot … Continue reading

Premier League Sides Face Tough Opposition in Champions League and Europa League Draws

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The draws for the next round of the Champions League and Europa League have been made, and there are some very tasty matches that have been picked out of the hat. Both English clubs in the Champions League face Italian … Continue reading

Win an Autographed Robin van Persie Arsenal Shirt

Posted on by Christopher Harris

EPL Talk has teamed up with Icons.com to give away an authentic Robin van Persie signed Arsenal shirt, valued at $499.99. This Arsenal 2011-12 home jersey was personally signed by Robin in an exclusive signing session organised and carried out by … Continue reading

FOX to Show Arsenal Against Man United EPL Clash Live On January 22nd

Posted on by Christopher Harris

FOX Sports has decided to show the January 22 game between Arsenal against Manchester United live on the free-to-air FOX network instead of FOX Soccer. The decision was undoubtedly made due to the success of the TV ratings for the Premier League … Continue reading

Samir Nasri One, Arsenal Nil, But Round 2 Beckons

Posted on by Bob Ruediger

In this summer’s transfer window two teams dominated the headlines but for two very different reasons. Manchester City and their high spending was nothing new since the 2008 Abu Dhabi Group takeover, but the Arsenal saga was very new. The … Continue reading

Carling Cup Turning Into a Fascinating Encounter With Familiar Storylines

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s so easy to dismiss the Carling Cup as a competition that features just B teams, but anyone who watched Tuesday night’s games may have come away with a renewed sense of optimism. Yes, it’s a cup competition that offers … Continue reading

Will van Persie Win The Scoring Title?

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

“Fact Or Fiction” is a series that will be run every Friday. In this series, an assertion will be made regarding an impacting topic in the Premier League. EPL Talk writers Matt Hackenmiller and Earl Reed each offer their views on whether … Continue reading

Emmanuel Eboue and the Racism Debate Being Wrongly Used to Sell Papers

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Yesterday afternoon, before I set off for work, I saw Emmanuel Eboue trending on Twitter, so I just had to click. I’ve always had a soft spot for Eboue, whether it’s because of his bizarre warm ups or when he … Continue reading

Arsene Wenger Has Finally Learned His Lesson

Posted on by Andrew Bishara

It seemed for so long that Arsene Wenger just didn’t seem to know what was wrong with his Arsenal team. For the past six seasons, it was clearly obvious to fans and viewers that Arsenal had no Plan B to their attacking … Continue reading

Top 10 Best Premier League Transfer Signings So Far This Season

Posted on by Jordan Lovesey

We’re almost a third of the year through the 2011-12 Premier League season, and already several summer signings have stood out as comparatively bargain buys. Which clubs have done their best homework to find the bargains who are producing the … Continue reading

Brek Shea To Train With Arsenal: Is He Ready For a Move to The Gunners?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

After the international break concludes, FC Dallas and US international midfielder Brek Shea will fly to England to train with Arsenal for one month with a view to a possible move. “Affording Brek the opportunity to continue to work on … Continue reading