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Archives: Arsenal

Tottenham 2-1 Arsenal: Chasm Widening Between Two North London Clubs

Posted on by Jim Flanagan

After the 90 minutes had been played, no one was surprised at the result. More than anything, that defines the new era in the North London derby. Tottenham’s 2-1 victory over Arsenal at White Hart Lane was not simply three … Continue reading

Tottenham Battles Arsenal: Who Will Be The Pride of North London?

Posted on by William Hold

As the footballing world gears up for the first north London derby of the season, the gap between Arsenal and Tottenham seems to be in-between ‘getting shorter’ to ‘non-existent’. Indeed, some fans would argue that Tottenham are now Arsenal’s equal … Continue reading

Manchester City Line Up Move for Robin van Persie to Replace Tevez

Posted on by Christopher Harris

How much of Arsenal’s fall from grace last season and so far this season can be blamed on rivals Manchester City? The shift of power from north London to east Manchester is quite tangible especially when you consider that in … Continue reading

Jack Wilshere Could Be Out Until February: Bad Day Gets Worse for Arsenal

Posted on by Christopher Harris

What is it about Arsenal? In just one 24-hour news cycle on Monday, we learned that Robin van Persie didn’t want to discuss signing a new contract at the club, setting off alarm bells around Emirates Stadium after the recent … Continue reading

Giving Respect to the History of All 20 Premier League Clubs

Posted on by Double Pivot

The focus for a long time was on the “big four” of Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United. Tottenham and Manchester City made enough inroads to turn that into the “Sky Six” temporarily. To be honest, most of the noise … Continue reading

Arsenal In Last Place: Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 5

Posted on by Karl Sears

Last week Arsenal was cautiously looking over its shoulder at the teams below them, a worry that has now been lifted from its shoulders – because there’s no one below them to look at. That’s right, the once mighty Gunners … Continue reading

Wenger’s Job Is Safe, Says Arsenal CEO: Plus Other Premier League News

Posted on by Alexander Fairchild

With the Premier League season well underway, the time has come for critics to speak out and managers to face challenges. In today’s “Daily Ticker” Arsene Wenger takes a bit of stick from George Graham, Harry Redknapp tries to keep … Continue reading

Arsenal Demonstrates All 40 New Goal Celebrations in FIFA 12

Posted on by Alex Muller

FIFA 12 features 40 new goal celebrations, all of which can be seen in the following video. Interestingly, Arsenal was picked as the club to demonstrate the goal celebrations. Based on their current form in the Premier League this season, … Continue reading

Arsenal: DDDWDDLWLLDDLLWL

Posted on by Christopher Harris

DDDWDDLWLLDDLLWL No, this isn’t the code to unlock the hidden levels on Angry Birds. It’s Arsenal record in the league after their Carling Cup Final collapse in February against Birmingham City. The wins for Arsenal came against Blackpool, Manchester United … Continue reading

Things Are Looking Up For Arsenal

Posted on by Jack Tomczuk

Arsenal are beginning to awake from their sleepy start. After the much-talked about 8-2 embarrassment at Old Trafford, the Gunners fought hard to gain two good results. Arsene Wenger has been forced to reconstruct the team. No club would be … Continue reading

Wenger: Panic Buys and Historical Truths in the Transfer Market

Posted on by Double Pivot

I went to the website Transfer League to look at Arsene Wenger’s recent transfers. I was looking for a pattern for this oft-cited project. But you can’t find significant patterns on just dates and prices. And overall, it’s not that … Continue reading

It’s Time For Swansea to Stop Pinning Their Hopes On Danny Graham

Posted on by Christopher Harris

This is starting to become a season of frustration as a Swansea supporter. Not because we’re scoreless after four games, but because we’ve held our own against Manchester City, Wigan, Sunderland and now Arsenal. In the game Saturday at Emirates … Continue reading

The Evolution of Wengerism

Posted on by Aaron Gordon

Engineers build things, economists study efficiency, and kids who live above pubs learn a lot about soccer. These three backgrounds are the source of Arsene Wenger’s managerial success at Arsenal. He builds clubs, finds players from every corner of the … Continue reading

Arsenal vs Manchester City, 1970-71 (Video Highlights)

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Since there are very few matches on this weekend of note, I thought I’d share with you some video highlights of a classic English football game from the 1970-71 season. This one features Arsenal against Manchester City played in front … Continue reading

Why Arsenal Will Be Back After The Dust Settles

Posted on by Tony Davies

It’s easy to kick a dog when it’s down.  And it’s even easier when everyone else joins you in doing so.  Arsenal Football Club is certainly going through a difficult period, but just how bad is the situation they find … Continue reading

When is Enough Enough For Arsenal Supporters?

Posted on by Alex Muller

Never before in the history of the Premier League has there been such a emphatic changing of the guard on one day. On Sunday, Manchester City completely thrashed Tottenham Hotspur 5-1 at White Hart Lane. The way City dominated the … Continue reading

Manchester City Signs Samir Nasri For a Transfer Fee Of Around £22million

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Manchester City has agreed a fee with Arsenal for the signing of Samir Nasri, the French midfielder. The transfer of Nasri from Arsenal to Manchester City will be completed after Nasri passes his medical. “Arsenal can confirm that they have … Continue reading

What Would Fergie Do If He Was In Wenger’s Shoes?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Sir Alex Ferguson has been through a lot in his 25 years as manager of Manchester United. Through a combination of man management, manipulating the press, psychology and outwitting opponents through his often surprising team selections, the Scot has continually … Continue reading