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Tag Archives: Arsene Wenger

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

Carlos Tevez Uncertainty and is Stewart Downing This Winter’s Berbatov?

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Well the rumblings of yesterday have come to fruition today, on two counts. The first happening in South America, the other happening at the Riverside. I can understand Carlos Tevez wanting his future sorted. But the situation with Manchester United … Continue reading

Liverpool and Arsenal Are Flat-Track Bullies; Only In Reverse

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s been the same story from Liverpool and Arsenal all season. To become Premier League champions, both teams lack the consistency needed not only in their results, but also in their performances on the pitch. Saturday was another perfect example … Continue reading

Age No Barrier For Fabregas

Posted on by Paul Bestall

So the dust has finally settled on William Gallas’ ill judged outburst with Arsene Wengers decision to strip him of the captaincy and replace him with Cesc Fabregas immediately. Wenger had to make a big decision in the circumstances and whilst … Continue reading

Manchester City 3-0 Arsenal: Pathetic Gunners Crash Again

Posted on by Christopher Harris

When was the last time Arsenal looked so pathetic? Today, they were defeated 3-0 away against Manchester City in a game where it could have easily been 4-0 or 5-0 to the blue half of Manchester. I’ve never seen so … Continue reading

Three Points From The Weekend

Posted on by Josh Pedley

• Arsenal’s 2-1 victory over Manchester United at the weekend was one of the games of the season so far and Arsene Wenger’s side proved a lot of people wrong. Not only did they show their outstanding technical ability but … Continue reading

Arsenal Desperate For The Transfer Window

Posted on by Josh Allen

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Almunia Proving His Worth

Posted on by Josh Pedley

Out of the first choice goalkeepers of the top four clubs in England, Manuel Almunia has always been cast as the ugly duckling. But that may be about to change. After seeing off his bitter rival Jens Lehmann last year, … Continue reading

Arsenal's Eduardo Close To Comeback, While Wenger Asks Fans For Support

Posted on by Josh Pedley

The news that Arsenal’s Croatian striker Eduardo Da Silva will be back playing within the next three weeks was one of the highlights that emerged from the clubs Annual General Meeting yesterday. The Brazilian-born forward was a vital part of … Continue reading

How Sports TV Networks Can Shake Up Their Football Coverage

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Thanks to Saturday Night Live‘s Tina Fey, there will be millions of people around the watch watching the vice-presidential debate tonight between Sarah Palin and Joseph Biden. Most people will secretly be looking forward to seeing Palin make another embarrassing … Continue reading

Arsenal Needs to Turn it ‘On’ Against Porto

Posted on by Mike

Who says football can’t teach you stuff? For instance, once today’s Arsenal-Porto match in Group G is done, we’ll know if the Gunners come equipped with an on-off switch. You know those devices: teams flick them to the “off” position … Continue reading

All Hail Hull City, Giant Killers Of The Premier League

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Who would have expected Hull City — tipped by many for relegation, myself included — to go to the Emirates Stadium and pull off one of the shocks of the season against the mighty Arsenal? Every player on the Hull … Continue reading

Would You Honestly Pay More to Watch UEFA's Europa League?

Posted on by Richard Whittall

Say what you will about Maradona — he never put on a suit.  Michel Platini on the other hand is on one hell of a roll at the moment. Earlier this week, he went off Arsene Wenger as if the … Continue reading

How Arsene Wenger Motivates His Arsenal Players

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In preparation for every game, Arsene Wenger gives his players a motivational handout that helps to focus his team on the task ahead. A copy of the handout was found in a Bolton hotel for this past weekend’s 3-1 win … Continue reading

Wenger Criticism Is Wide Of The Mark

Posted on by Paul Bestall

In the immediate aftermath of Arsenal’s 1-0 defeat at Craven Cottage on  the second Saturday evening of the Premiership, several pundits queued up to pass judgement on Arsenal, the players who performed and the lack of signings. Two games into … Continue reading