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Gilberto Silva Speaks on Joining Arsenal and Josh Kroenke Continues With his Slow and Calculation Integration as the new Figure Head at Arsenal

Josh Kroenke, Kroenke, Arsenal

You have to sometimes read between the lines of the statements that come from Arsenal or at least add a hefty pinch of salt or you may end up deriving some sort of meaning other than the one that was intended. Josh Kroenke continued his slow but calculated integration as the

Defensive Crisis in Full Swing | Arsenal Need to Stop Making do at the back by Simply Buying Defenders on the Cheap

Arsenal, Arsenal defense

If any lessons have been learned by Arsenal after the failed transition of Wenger to Emery, it’s that they shouldn’t have gone shopping for bargains and should have spent their cash more wisely and appropriately in the right areas...defense ! Elsewhere Manchester City splashed £52m on Benjamin Mendy, Liverpool grabbed hold

Ljungberg’s First Game in Charge Shows how Much Work There is to be Done With This Team

Arsenal, Norwich, Arsenal vs Norwich

Defence ! Defence ! Defence ! Defence ! Yes, I’m repeating myself and will be at this rate until the end of the season, because the Arsenal defence still resembles a kite in the middle of typhoon. On the plus side Arsenal looked instantly better in all the right ways with

Arsenal a Club in Chaos- Part Two:- Arsenal were Conned into Buying a Substandard Defender and worse Still into Hiring a Coach That Can’t Manage his Players


Having dealt exclusively with the Gunners' boardroom structure in the first part, it’s time to look at how Arsenal killed off their season before a ball was kicked. It started with a flawed strategy in terms of their defence, with Bellerin and Holding already sidelined, they drafted in the injured but

So what’s Ljundberg Offering That Emery Couldn’t

Freddie Ljungberg, Ljungberg, Arsenal manager

It’s early days but one has to take a bobble hat off to Freddie Ljungberg thus far, because if he is under pressure in the hot seat at the Emirates, he isn’t really showing it. Emery’s press conferences were something of an ordeal especially at the end, but Ljungberg has replaced

These are the Five Quality Midfield Options OGS can Consider Consider for January Without Shelling the big Bucks

United January Transfer targets, Ole, Solskajer

The thrilling 3-3 draw against Sheffield United was a game of many lessons for Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, especially from their incredible fightback in the last 15 minutes. But there are more pressing issues right now and one that Solskjaer needs to find a solution quickly is his

Arsenal a Club in Chaos- Part one:- Someone needs to be Held Accountable for This Mess


The gloves are off, it’s finally got to me and I’m done with trying to be reasonable and objective. Arsenal have completely written off this season after just 13 games, not even halfway through the campaign. Emery of course is the man in the firing line but his appointment was a

How Ljungberg Plans to Bring the Fighting Spirit and Attacking Style Back for the Encounter Against Norwich City

Norwich City Vs Arsenal, Norwich City

Arsenal are suddenly a different proposition under Freddie Ljungberg than they were under Unai Emery and Norwich City must be kicking themselves that they didn’t get to play them a week ago, which probably would have guaranteed three vital points. At that time, confidence had disappeared and disunity was rife. Emery’s

Freddie and BFG set to Ring in the Changes as Arsenal Prepare to Turn Over a new Leaf with a win Against Norwich

Freddie Ljungberg, Ljungberg, Ljungberg assistant coach, Freddie

There’s an air of anticipation now that Unai Emery has gone. His interim replacement, Freddie Ljungberg, has it all to do in every aspect imaginable but that’s part of the excitement of this appointment. Freddie is an Arsenal man and a firm fan favourite, who is looking to restore morale, unity

Why Emery Failed: Too Much Change for it to Ever Work and not Enough Control for the Coach

Emery, Unai Emery, Emery sacked

The brave new world under Raul Sanllehi didn’t exactly go to plan and he must now assume his fair share of responsibility for the failure and dismissal of Unai Emery. Let’s try to make sense of what happened and why it was necessary before moving forward to the future. Emery arrived