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
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
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
If Arsenal continue on their current trajectory and maintain their dismal form, the board will actually be negligent if they allow the situation to get worse under Unai Emery.
One imagines that the words of Arsenal head of football Raul Sanllehi and managing director Vinai Venkatesham are still ringing in his
The Unai Emery Situation at Arsenal is rather reminiscent of Stephen King’s ‘Green Mile’ as the inmate announces, ‘Walking the mile, walking the mile. Dead man walking, walking the Green mile.’
For those that haven’t seen the classic film, it refers to the walk which follows a green line from the
I’m going to say it first and then work backwards. Unai Emery needs to leave Arsenal ! There, it’s out, however, I am incredibly wary about the next move, even though it’s clear that Emery is a poor fit.
Social media is awash with a list of candidates to replace the
It’s easy to use ‘what if’ as the narrative for any Arsenal story but the club’s current issues could have been averted by just securing another decent central defender.
As soon as the Arsenal recruitment team knew that the deal for William Saliba included a loan to Saint-Étienne, Arsenal should have
Arsenal have been the centre of quite a lot of media controversies lately due to their poor form that has led to a massive unrest among the fans but also due to Granit Xhaka.
Last Sunday, Unai Emery's men lost a 2 goal advantage against local rivals Crystal Palace after conceding
Arsene Wenger’s reign at Arsenal reached the point where it imploded due to a run of poor performances and results. The man who did so much to build the club and achieved so much success was dispensed with because he was in an untenable position.
His legacy was tarnished, his achievements
Sometimes there is a turning point in a season that will be viewed after it’s ended as the factor that defined it. That can be in a positive or negative way of course but recent events at the Emirates are threatening to derail any aspirations of a top four finish