Arsenal’s first signing of the summer is, fittingly, a free transfer although that claim is open to debate given that AS Roma announced in 2017 that he joined the clubContinue readingArsenal So Hungry For Success They Get The Monchis
The Europa League returned with the Round of 32 completed this week with few surprises. On Friday morning at UEFA headquarters, the Round of Sixteen draw kept the big gunsContinue readingEuropa League: Can Arsenal Win It?
Arsenal 3 – 0 BATE Borisov If Mesut Ozil wants to know what life is like post-Arsenal, he could do worse than look at Alex Hleb. Selling the Belorussian toContinue readingBATE Review: Job Done & Rennes Await
When Unai Emery was chosen to replace Arsene Wenger, many fans were hopeful that the Spanish manager can lead Arsenal to glory. Not this season, of course – Emery outlinedContinue readingWho Must Arsenal Sign To Be Contenders?
Unai Emery met the press yesterday ahead of a must-win match tonight. It’s been a while since we’ve had one of these, eh? The Spaniard is rapidly coming to gripsContinue readingBATE Preview: Do You Want That Battered?
Well, that’s a bit awkward. Most of the time now we think when we sign a player for five years we have a good player for five years. But thatContinue readingAwkward & Title Run-in: Fourth By Merit or Chance?
…or one of them, at least. Thanks, Mesut. I was thinking of taking the weekend off… In case you are one of the three people who didn’t see last night’sContinue readingÖzil: Not The Cause But Certainly The Solution To Arsenal’s Problems
Life does like to hand out lessons when you get too full of yourselves. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer found out the hard way that brash claims about being good enough toContinue readingUnited Out, Kitted Out, Aaron’s Out: One Out, All Out
To the mirth of just about everyone, Aaron Ramsey sent a heartfelt message of thanks to the fans and then left the PR apprentice to finish off the message. “KindContinue readingFare Thee Well, Aaron As You Go With Our Kind Regards
So, we’re back to fifth thanks to Chelsea collapse at Manchester City. The flags and bunting are out, street party booked in celebration of winning the fifth-placed trophy. It’s eitherContinue readingChelsea: The Banter Years and Big Club, Little Club
Huddersfield Town 1 – 2 Arsenal It’s something which vexes me: when did it become fashionable to drop ‘Town’ when speaking of Huddersfield? This is the important issue coming outContinue readingHuddersfield Town Review: Stand Up and Be Countered
Unai Emery dubbed us “outsiders” for the Champions League places. That’s looking a bit far ahead; we’re outsiders for three points today against Huddersfield. Rooted to the bottom of theContinue readingHuddersfield Town Preview: Hit The Road, Jack And If You Don’t Win, Don’t Come Back
It’s not often the Arsenal web team judge the mood correctly but they did in the latest batch of training ground photos. Hard at work was the message, with theContinue readingEmery Wrestles With Defensive Issues
The running of the club is under question now the transfer window is over. Sven Mislintat left yesterday so there’s a natural concern about future recruitment. Ivan’s departure left aContinue readingPower Vacuums and Error-Prone Defenders
The morning after the morning after the night before feels little better than yesterday in many respects. Defeat is never easy to stomach and the manner of losing to ManchesterContinue readingManaging Expectations
Manchester City 3 – 1 Arsenal After conceding the opening goal inside the first thirty seconds, feeling frustrated at the manner of defeat is something new. Yet, as much asContinue readingTorpid Second Half Compounds Familiar Failings In City Defeat
I doubt Enos even cares that we’ve got a game this afternoon. His beloved Rams are in action later on and that can give him some glory. Sean McVay knowsContinue readingManchester City Preview: Squeaky Bum Time
The madness is over and we can now focus on the remaining months of this season. Just two competitions to focus on, two targets to achieve. Did the January transferContinue readingOn Suarez, January and Transfer Porky Pies