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Crisis Strikes Arsenal With More Players Added to Injury List

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Despite Arsenal securing the top of the Premier League position to finish off 2013, the Gunners have been rocked by an injury crisis with a total of 7 players out while 5 key players are doubtful for tomorrow’s game against … Continue reading

Arsene Wenger Refuses to End Chase for Real Madrid Striker Alvaro Morata: Nightly Soccer Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris
Alvaro Morata

Despite Real Madrid insisting that there will be no mid-season departures either on loan or as permanent signings, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is not giving up on his chase to capture the signing of striker Alvaro Morata, according to The Daily … Continue reading

WATCH: Arsenal’s Highs Reached During An Impressive 2013 Year [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller

The length of time that this video will stay online on YouTube will probably equal the number of hours that Liverpool were top of the Premier League on Christmas Day before Arsenal dislodged them, so if you’re an Arsenal supporter … Continue reading

Arsenal Achieve Distinction Of Being the Best Premier League Team Of 2013; Find Out Who Finished 2nd-8th

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Arsenal have achieved the distinction of being the best Premier League side of 2013, amassing 79 points over the course of the 2013 calendar year. The Gunners finished 2013 with a +35 goal difference and are two points better than … Continue reading

Olivier Giroud Goal Ensures Arsenal Finish 2013 Top of the Premier League Table [GIF]

Posted on by Alex Muller

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud scored the only goal of the game today between the Gunners and Newcastle United at St James’ Park to ensure that Arsenal finishes the 2013 year as top of the Premier League table. In a closely … Continue reading

Arsenal Midfielder Mesut Ozil to Miss Up to Three Games: Daily Soccer Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil will miss up to three games after suffering a shoulder injury. In his pre-match interview, Wenger told Sky Sports: “I would have loved Mesut Ozil [to be] here, but he fell … Continue reading

Arsenal Go Top Of The Table After Second Half Surge Leads Gunners to Victory

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

Arsenal defeated West Ham 3-1 United at Upton Park today and won their first Premier League match in their last five appearances, moving back to the top of the Premier League table — at least for a couple of hours, … Continue reading

NBC Sports Scores A Winner With Its Unprecedented Coverage of Arsenal-Chelsea Game

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

NBC Sports Group gave American viewers on Monday afternoon a little taste into how comprehensive soccer coverage is in the UK. In the process, they perhaps permanently left ESPN and FOX Sports in their wake. With all of English football … Continue reading

Jack Wilshere Says He Gave Man City Fans the Finger Because They Were Abusing Him About His Kids: Daily Soccer Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Arsenal’s 21-year-old midfielder Jack Wilshere says that he gave Manchester City supporters the middle finger because they were abusing him about his children. Wilshere received a two match suspension from The FA for the incident, but the Gunner felt hard … Continue reading

Arsenal Still Need Depth In Attack to Compete For Trophies

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

Jose Mourinho’s streak of staying unbeaten against the man he once famously described as a voyeur continued Monday night as a 0-0 stalemate occurred at the Emirates Stadium. The contrast of how both teams play along with the rain affecting … Continue reading

Jose Mourinho Says That Arsenal Like To Cry, After Being Asked About John Obi Mikel Incident

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In a post-match interview after Chelsea drew 0-0 with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho claimed that Arsenal “like to cry.” The response was in question to John Obi Mikel’s collision with Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta in … Continue reading

Arsenal vs Chelsea, Premier League Gameweek 17: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

For viewers in the United States, the pre-match television coverage of Arsenal against Chelsea kicks off at 2pm ET on NBCSN featuring the first live studio broadcast of Gary Lineker. Plus he’ll be joined by Tim Howard. The match kicks … Continue reading

Arsene Wenger’s New Golden Generation: A Triumph For the Arsenal Manager Who Did It His Way

Posted on by Christopher Harris

“Arsène is Arsenal, and Arsenal is Arsène” Mockery of Arsène Wenger’s youth policy was in vogue the past several years in the British press and among opposing supporters. Arsenal’s seemingly limitless ability to lose big in the transfer market while … Continue reading

Watch the Interview With Arsenal Legend Thierry Henry: Sky Sports Full 25-Minute Special [VIDEO]

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On Sunday night, Sky Sports released an exclusive 25-minute interview with Arsenal legend Thierry Henry. Arsenal’s all-time leading goalscorer talks about an incredible career that has seen him go from North London to Barcelona to New York and more. Henry … Continue reading

FA Charges Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere With Making Insulting and Abusive Gesture

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The Football Association has charged Jack Wilshere retrospectively with making an offensive and/or insulting and/or abusive gesture in Arsenal’s match against Manchester City this past weekend. According to a statement from The FA, “The charge follows an alleged gesture made … Continue reading

Watch Manchester City 6-3 Arsenal Match Highlights [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller

Manchester City completely blew open the Premier League title race today with an emphatic 6-3 victory against Arsenal at Etihad Stadium. It was a match that had a little bit of everything. There were nine goals. Jack Wilshere made an … Continue reading

Why Flamini, Busquets, Vidal and Lahm Prove Why Defensive Midfielders Play Such A Key Role In the Modern Game

Posted on by Miguel Manning

In the past, defensive midfielders were widely considered to be the midfielders who did the “dirty work.” Defensive midfielders were and still are underrated and appreciated. They are generally viewed as aggressive, wild and cynical; which, of course, many are. … Continue reading

Evaluating Arsenal, Chelsea, Man United, Man City and Liverpool’s Premier League Title Chances

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Manchester United has been ripped by critics in the past week as being in a free-fall. But looking at the coming fixtures and anticipating the potential trouble ahead for the sides ahead of the Red Devils in the table, it … Continue reading