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Nketiah or Martinelli, Who is Likely to Replace Aubameyang or Lacazette Down the Line

Eddie Nketiah, Gabriel Martinelli, Aubameyang, Lacazette

As the summer transfer window moves closer, there is increasing unrest in the Arsenal camp about who will lead their attack next season, with their current strikers being the subject of transfer speculation. Will it be Eddie Nketiah or Gabriel Martinelli, or another ill-fated signing while ignoring the assets at

Can Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal Succeed Where Unai Emery and Arsene Wenger Could not?

Mikel Arteta, January transfer window, arsenal loan transactions, arsedevils, Burnley, Arteta

The last few years have been tough for Arsenal, which has always prided itself on playing beautiful football. The last trophy for the Gunners came in 2017 when they won the FA Cup. This was at a time the club’s fans were slowly expressing their displeasure at Arsene Wenger’s managerial

Arsenal suffer stage fright as Olympiakos send the gunners crashing out of the Europa league in extra time

Arsenal Vs Olympiacos, Olympiacos, Olympiacos FC

It appears that consistency is still a stranger to Arsenal, having put in a Herculean effort against Everton at the weekend, when they faced Olympiacos in the second leg of their Europa league tie with a slender 1-0 advantage. The early signs were good as Arsenal tried to exert pressure on

Arsenal need a spirited but measured performance against Olympiakos to keep their Europa league adventure alive

Arsenal Vs Olympiacos, Olympiacos, Olympiacos FC

Olympiakos were right to feel hard done by in their Europa league first leg against Arsenal. The weather was as poor as the actual game and the gunners were worse in their finishing. They were saved by some kitchen sink defending and it’s fair to say that a 1-0 away

Arteta’s Arsenal revolution is finally underway with a spirited performance that has fans excited

Arsenal Vs Everton, Everton, Mikel Arteta, Arteta

Mikel Arteta’s workload has been phenomenal to date. The former Arsenal captain took charge of a fractured club with no direction, which was full of disinterested players who had forgotten how to play and how to win. Not many coaches would have taken the job knowing that money would be

VAR Woes Reach a new low in the EPL During the Chelsea vs United Game

Chelsea Vs United, VAR

All season long, we've had complaints about the use of VAR in the English Premier League. Fans aren't happy. Players aren't happy. Managers aren't happy. Even the pundits in their TV studios aren't happy. It's like everyone involved in football has unified behind a single cause, and the cause is

Arsenal Really Need to Make Sure That Gabriel Martinelli’s in for the Long Haul Time Before Clubs Start Queuing Outside his House

Gabriel Martinelli, Martinelli

Arsenal haven’t always been sharp in their negotiations, in fact, if you needed a term for their recent contract discussions, then the word 'pitiful' is as good as any. That has had to improve but as yet, we have no real evidence that anything has changed but Gabriel Martinelli would