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Tag Archives: Arsene Wenger

Arsenal Bid Farewell To Bad News

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Some managers may be cursing Mark Hughes and Manchester City, with their bucketloads of cash and a needy addiction to trying to sign every troublesome and moody striker in the world. Yet, Arsene Wenger may be quiet relieved after this … Continue reading

What Next For Michael Owen?

Posted on by Michael Timbury

With Newcastle teetering over the relegation trap door, skipper Michael Owen will lead a mass exodus at the club, should they fall through it into the Championship on Sunday. With Owen out of contract it is likely that he will … Continue reading

Half Empty or Half Full: A Look At Arsenal’s 2008-09 Season

Posted on by tyduffy

Facing the sobering reality of a fourth season without a major trophy, Arsenal fans have been disappointed.  The disenchantment has created a culture of negativity around the club, which Arsene Wenger lashed out at on Friday. “When you look at … Continue reading

Arsene Wenger Faces His Most Important Preseason Yet

Posted on by Paul Bestall

When the final whistle went after Sunday’s match, Arsene Wenger could possibly view the previous 7 days as one of his worst weeks since he began his 13 year tenure in charge of Arsenal. In two massive matches, Wenger has … Continue reading

Arsenal Fail To Find A Way At Home

Posted on by Brian Louie

Gooners and Nike execs are already familiar with the Cesc Fabregas Show.  Tonight at the Emirates, it was the Cristiano Ronaldo Experience. Though Ji-sung Park started off the scoring for Manchester United on a Kieran Gibbs mistake, it was Ronaldo … Continue reading

Rummenigge Should Step Down After Comments About Arsenal’s Wenger

Posted on by Double Pivot

Some of my fellow Lillywhites at Tottenham have some very rude comments about Arsene Wenger. There is one song that ends in “Wenger is a [explicative] pedophile”. I hate it. It lacks class or common decency. But football supporters aren’t … Continue reading

The Grass Was Too Green And The Ball Was Too Round

Posted on by Christopher Walker

Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger’s post match reactions following last weeks FA cup semi finals predictably brought up the issue of the Wembley pitch. To be fair to the man with a KBE and his old rival, the surface at Wembley doesn’t seem fitting to a … Continue reading

Can Southgate Continue His Arsenal Hoodoo?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well its one of those strange things that football sometimes conjures up some little nugget that makes you check the facts fully before you really believe it could be true For example, Liverpool never lost when Ian Rush scored until … Continue reading

Is David Moyes Ready for a Big Four Management Position?

Posted on by Sebastian Shepard

David Moyes has spent over a decade managing clubs in English football, hitting his peak over the last couple of seasons after some strange yo-yo performances by the Merseyside club in prior years. He has earned a spot in the … Continue reading

Wenger’s Fear of Terrorism in Football While There is a New Twist to Possible Liverpool Sale

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

An interesting story coming out of this weekend comes from the lips of Arsene Wenger. In a story that started to circulate on Saturday, Arsene spoke about his concern that after the terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team … Continue reading

The West Brom Win Changes Little for Arsenal

Posted on by tyduffy

Arsenal broke their four match scoreless streak on Tuesday, beating West Brom 3-1.  Arsene Wenger commented afterward that he never lost faith in his squad. Wenger said: “You are quickly questioned, when you don’t score. “There was no open discussion … Continue reading

Rafa Benitez Fallout and Wenger’s Reaction to Fourth Nil Draw

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

The two big stories this weekend not related to Manchester United’s getting the first leg of the quadruple would have to be events that transpired at the Riverside and at the Emirates Stadium. We’ll start with Liverpool because after such … Continue reading

Is Mourinho Really The Special One?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Tomorrow night sees a meeting between two of  Europe’s best coaches in the Champions League when Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United travel to Milan to face Jose Mourinho’s Inter side. Mourinho’s magic touch is still continuing in his current spell in Italy, … Continue reading

Can Eduardo Get Past an Apology

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Now that Eduardo is back, I was expecting this one. Last year when the injury happened, we got headlines galore about no apology being made. Tonight, that same headline is back. Of course there is two sides to every story, … Continue reading

Eduardo Returns In Style For Arsenal

Posted on by Paul Bestall

358 days have passed since one of the worst injuries I’ve ever seen in a live game was sustained by Eduardo Da Silva against Birmingham City on February 23rd 2008. It make me cringe, I was shocked and stunned and … Continue reading

Could Andrei Arshavin Be Arsenal’s Defensive Midfielder?

Posted on by tyduffy

Arsenal’s weaknesses have been prevalent in a season more perilous than any under the Wenger regime.  Arsenal have neither an experienced nor a competent holding midfielder.  Their central defense has been inconsistent.  Incompetent moments at the back have cost them … Continue reading

Just What the Hell is Wrong with Arsenal?

Posted on by Richard Whittall

 Sorry Mum.  Uh, I mean, sorry Arsene. Okay, this is getting ridiculous, and I don’t even support Arsenal. Sure, publicly we talk about the Gunners’s depressingly sub-par performance this season as a victory for parity in the Premier League.  Privately … Continue reading

Arsenal Should Recall Armand Traore From His Portsmouth Loan

Posted on by tyduffy

Arsenal have a flawed squad, abundant injuries and a pint-sized transfer budget.  To compete for the top four they must supplement themselves, and apparently must do so cost-effectively.  A simple measure, and one which would cost nothing, would be to … Continue reading