Veteran goalkeeper Petr Cech has called time on his career and although, he wasn’t nearly as impressive in an Arsenal shirt as he was in a Chelsea one, he has remained a dedicated professional during his time at the Emirates.
He simply realised that Father Time was on his shoulder and
After a disappointing conclusion to Unai Emery's first season in charge, Arsenal finished 5th on the table leaving fans once again divided.
However, as a silver lining, the Gunners qualified for the Europa League final after convincingly defeating the likes of Napoli and Valencia. The North Londoners will be facing local
Arsenal give the fans an away treat with a win over Burnley and Aubameyang steals the show. Arsenal’s last match pretty much summed up the key events of the season.
Another injury, this time it was Mavropanos, who had only just come back. It was a pity because he had actually
Right, let’s deal with reality and then move on. The chances of the gunners rolling Burnley over by 8 goals is remote and for anyone harbouring thoughts of a 4th place finish on the last game of Arsenal’s season, probably believes in fairies and stays up all night waiting for
It’s not exactly rare, for a retired professional footballer to launch an assault on a fellow player. If anything, these days, it’s a daily occurrence. Former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong, is one in a long line of former professionals, probably with one eye on career in the media, who has
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is an undeniable talent with an eagle's eye for goal, but in recent months he hasn’t exactly been at the races. His form in the latter part of the season has been in complete contrast to his blistering performances at the start the campaign.
This may have been the
After Arsenal’s recent draw against Brighton, which ended any realistic hope of champions league qualification place, there was a shot of the Arsenal bench and the disconsolate faces of Lacazette and Aubameyang.
To all intents and purposes, it appeared that they had lost a final or that they’d been heavily thrashed
It’s not exactly rocket science at this stage of the Europa league semi final, second leg vs Valencia.
Arsenal are 3-1 up against Valencia and go to the Mestalla Stadium, knowing that they have to either shut the gates and keep Valencia from scoring or score an early goal to establish
1 point from 12 matches says it all. 10 goals conceded and only 3 goals scored in their last four Premier League matches also narrate a story. Arsenal have flattered to deceive at times but against Brighton in their final match at the Emirates, they were exposed as a collection
Brighton travel to the Emirates knowing that Cardiff have already been relegated and that they are safe in the premiership for at least one more season.
There’s nothing to play for apart from pride and pride is a dangerous thing where Arsenal are concerned with the 4th spot in the premiership