Former Crystal Palace owner Simon Jordan approached the story of Ozil and Kolasinac security concerns like a gorilla waiting tables and implied that the two players needed to take greater responsibility for their own safety.
Jordan, was never one to keep an opinion to himself, he’d much rather hand them out
The majority of Arsenal fans were delighted and surprised by the club’s success in the transfer market but as time wore on, it appeared that the hierarchy only seemed to be interested in attacking players and less inclined to bolster the defence. Although fans were given a blimmer of hope
After the acrimonious transfer of former captain Laurent Koscielny, Arsenal fans were split on his transfer to Bordeaux. Some felt that the players actions were disrespectful by refusing to go on tour but wanted him to stay. Others like myself considered there was no alternative but to sell him.
Be excited Josh Kroenke said. Just words I thought, because Arsenal have had so many underwhelming transfer windows, that average is almost expected. Weeks of overdosing on every social media site, Sky Sports update, latest podcast and sports page, just to keep up with who was being touted in the
There’s no way anyone can say that Manchester United are ready for the season's business. The expected influx of new players simply didn’t materialise, and that has set off a few alarm bells regarding this global football phenomenon.
Their transfer dealings have shown just how far their stock has fallen in
Burnley are not often given enough credit for their time in the Premier League. They are seen as one of those annoying clubs that obstruct the big fish, rob the odd point and are intent on spoiling the party.
They are all of those things but they also can play football,
Arsenal are heading into their first home game of the season against Burnley this weekend off the back of a narrow away win against Newcastle United. Making in injury crisis worse, Granit Xhaka could also miss tomorrow's fixture.
As per the latest update from the club, the Arsenal skipper sustain a
Arsenal traveled to Newcastle with a casualty list that would test the nerves of many a manager. So many automatic first choices were crocked for one reason or another, that the treatment room could have made a second string.
Unai Emery also had to contemplate those that may not be in
If Calum Chambers was a cat, he’d be halfway through his allotted lives at Arsenal because as a player, he has never really caught fire. A nearly man, a squad player, a loaner but not first team material and that’s pretty much summed up his time in an Arsenal shirt.
Sometimes all it takes is one signing to change the perception of a club. Arsenal under Wenger were tired, one dimensional and easy to physically dominate.
The players realised that although they played in a team that could dazzle and entertain any audience, they would be lucky to win major trophies,