You can dress up the 2-0 result of the Leicester Vs Arsenal game how you like, but a defeat is a defeat. Some will say that Arsenal were in with a shout and that had they taken their chances, things would have been different but the stats don’t lie.
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
Emery may not want him and Arsenal may want to get rid of his hefty pay packet but right now, if Ozil doesn’t play against an in form Leicester, it’s tantamount to negligence. Emery has to put his personal feelings aside and realise that with Arsenal misfiring and lacking creativity,
Jamie Vardy has an excellent record against Arsenal. Eight goals in eight starts including three braces, which indicates that Vardy enjoys dining at the Gunners table. Vardy’s appetite against Arsenal’s flimsy defence is endless and it’s highly likely he will be a thorn in Unai Emery’s side at the King
Emery’s constant ostracising of Mesut Ozil needs some immediate attention, particularly after Dani Ceballos was injured in the soggy affair against Vitoria on foreign soil. Soggy not in terms of just the weather but in terms of the performance, which saw the Gunners eventually concede after threatening to do so
Arsenal tend to pick up the odd bargain in the transfer window and it’s been a good couple of years for the gunners, who have added Bernd Leno, Lucas Torreira , Kieran Tierney and Matteo Guendouzi to the squad for relatively small fees. There is another that is now on
It’s bad enough when results are not going your way. The fans are restless and every decision is scrutinized from every angle but when the press and media sense trouble, it intensifies to almost unmanageable levels. Who’d be a football manager ? The same has happened with Arsenal and their
After the mid-week EFL Cup clashes, the Premier League is back with the Gunners hosting the Arsenal Vs Wolves fixture tonight at the Emirates Stadium. Both teams will look for a win after failing to win their respective Carabao Cup fixtures.
Arsenal have suffered three defeats in all competitions but you
Granit Xhaka came in for an unprecedented and undeserved amount of stick, when it was announced that he was to be substituted. With the game in the balance and time running out, he decided to leave the field like he was on a leisurely Sunday stroll.
The fans booed, yet his
Jose Mourinho was at the Emirates to watch the Europa league encounter between Arsenal and Vitoria and no doubt like the rest of us was wondering how Arsenal managed to wriggle out of certain defeat.
His appearance left many speculating that he was checking out his new place of employment but