I'm starting to think that Arsenal’s faithful are a bunch of rear view mirror supporters, more comfortable with the past than the present because there’s been so much emphasis on Liverpool beating Arsenal’s 49 match unbeaten run during the Invincibles season on social media.
Let’s be honest, surely fans would swap
Arteta needs to rebuild Arsenal and the type of overhaul Arsenal were and are in need of is massive because of three factors. Firstly, the club has stagnated in terms of personnel that don’t fit together and that’s been quite evident this season when they played like strangers. Secondly, the
When Sven Mislintat bought Matteo Guendouzi to Arsenal for £7m+ from Lorient in 2018, the media and fans were impressed. The young Frenchman was seen as a spunky acquisition who had plenty of drive and ambition at a time when the Gunners were lacking in both.
What he lacked in experience,
It was a love affair that sadly ended abruptly, leaving both parties, the fans and the player, with a great deal of unresolved business. Cazorla was embraced by Arsenal fans, from his first appearance in red and white. The magical little playmaker was adored because his natural game is the
Some of you quickly flicking through this list will probably instantly ask where the Invincibles' season is in my most memorable moments. It’s absence is purely because although the 2003/04 season was an historic achievement, it was over the course of the entire campaign. I’m not ignoring it’s importance but
Rumours that Arsenal are prepared to sell Kieran Tierney to Leicester City left most Arsenal supporters dumbfounded and confused. Why would the North London club spend £25m on a highly rated left back only to sell him on for the same amount ?
Mikel Arteta hasn’t even had a chance to
European football at The Emirates next season may have just become a more realistic proposition. The news that Manchester City have been banned from Europe for the next two seasons means that the European places all drop down a position. We could be in a position where teams in 7th
It’s like hitting the rewind button and traveling back to a time when Arsenal players were the subject of unwanted attention and potential transfer moves away from the North London club. This time it’s not the big name established stars but a whole host of Arsenal’s brightest emerging talent, with
When you have the mentality to negate an attacking threat by any means possible and offer nothing but obstruction, you can bet your bottom dollar that at some point, the game will go against you and that was pretty much how it was for Newcastle United.
Steve Bruce’s side lacked a
If Liam Brady was playing today, his value would probably be well over £100m because naturally gifted, creative players are simply few and far between. It’s staggering to think that in 1980 he was sold to Juventus for just 540k, that’s nearly a weeks wages these days but few could