You are here
Home > Editorial Pick

The Honeymoon is over, Unai Emery’s Arsenal Needs to Truly Show-up now As Sanllehi Clearly Lists What Emery Needs to do to Keep his job

Arsenal, Arsenal PL, Arsenal fans, Arsenal supporter

There’s been a respectful period of adjustment at the Emirates that hasn’t exactly been enthusiastically observed by every Arsenal supporter. Supporters have finally come to terms with how far the team is behind Manchester City and Liverpool and that it may take a few seasons before they can make a legitimate

Worst in the Squad but Better Than the Best in the World, Mustafi’s Stats are Baffling yet Impressive

Mustafi Brighton Arsenal Arsedevils

You may want to find a comfortable seat to recover from what you are about to read but recent stats of Shkodran Mustafi imply that he is Arsenal’s best defender and also one of the best in the World. I know, it makes little sense after watching Mustafi last season, continuously

The Perceived Power shift that was Nothing but Smoke and Mirrors, is now the Biggest Joke of all Time

Spurs, Arsenal, transfer market

There’s a delicious irony about the way Arsenal’s decline has been perceived in the media, with Spurs supposedly in the ascendency. The pundits have lavished praise on Spurs and heaped scorn on Arsenal. The game of one-upmanship even stretched to stadiums and then funds, because after Arsenal moved from Highbury to

Manchester United are a Divided Club and fan Base at Present and the Signs are it’s Going to get Worse

Solskjaer, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Ole Gunnar

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer couldn’t have imagined that the role of manager at Manchester United, a once in a lifetime opportunity, would be such a poisoned chalice. He breezed into Old Trafford with optimism, enthusiasm and a smile as wide as the pitch at the Theatre of Dreams. Since then, much has

Cautious And Callous Emery Misses The Chance To End Arsenal’s Dismal Thirteen Years Wait

Arsenal, Unai Emery, Kroenke

You have to go back to September 17th 2006 to find the last Arsenal win over Manchester United at Old Trafford and on the evidence of Monday’s clash, not that it can be called a clash due to its insipid nature, it’s going to be a while before it happens

Dreadful Draw Between United and Arsenal Paints a Timid and Dejected Picture About Their top Four Credentials

Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester United vs Arsenal, Arsene Wenger farewell, Pogba

The rain lashed down at Old Trafford as Manchester United showed there was still life in the old dog against old rivals Arsenal. They hadn’t forgotten how to kick players up in the air or harass a referee in the hope of persuading him to alter a decision. Strangely enough

Unai Emery Cannot Afford any Mistakes Against United but Playing Xhaka in the Staring XI Might Just be his Biggest yet

Arsenal captaincy, Xhaka

The belligerence shown by Unai Emery regarding Granit Xhaka as Arsenal Captain is staggering. I actually like the work Emery is doing with Arsenal but he is completely wrong about Xhaka as a player and captain. I fail to see his general value or contribution to the Arsenal side. His inclusion

Chambers Makes his Case for Selection as the Shining Silver Light in this Shambolic Arsenal Defense but is Emery Listening

Unai Emery, Calum Chambers

Unai Emery is the sort of coach that can discombobulate your normal pattern of thinking. He can often make you feel on the verge of hysteria or madness and seems to facilitate complete euphoria or feelings of impending doom. Say what you like, but he is anything but predictable. Emery’s Arsenal

How Unai Emery’s Arsenal Captaincy Decision Should Have Gone Down Rather Than the Shambles That Actually Happened

Arsenal captaincy, Xhaka

The question of the Arsenal captaincy has been rumbling on for a while and it’s gathering momentum again on social media. Now it appears that Unai Emery has let the players choose who they want in the position. There will be five in total, five ? That’s half the team give or

Wenger Expresses Interest in Managing Manchester United | Here is how it was Blatantly Misconstrued by Typical English Press

Arsene Wenger

Various news reports claiming that Arsene Wenger, the former Arsenal boss, is interested in taking up the United job and would like to succeed Solskjaer on the Old Trafford hot seat. These rumours has arised from comments the Frenchman made in a recent interview. But, before jumping to any conclusions regarding

Top