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Why Arsenal Were Wrong to axe Santi Cazorla but Were Absolutely Right to Chop Jack Wilshere

Jack Wilshere, Cazorla

It’s painful to admit because I personally loved Jack Wilshere at Arsenal, but Arsenal were one hundred percent right to let the player move on. Unlike the decision to release Santi Cazorla after a long term injury, the Wilshere situation was relatively simple and entirely justified. Jack could never last an

Arsenal Look to Flog off Xhaka and Secure the Services of his International Team-mate

Xhaka, Xhaka replacement, Denis Zakaria

Yes, there was a play on words in the headline. Sometimes you just have to indulge yourself and ‘flog off Xhaka’ gave me a degree of limited pleasure after his undistinguished Arsenal career virtually came to an end after Xhaka petulantly removed the Arsenal shirt and threw the captains armband at

Here’s why Arsenal’s Supporters Need to be Wary of These Recent Transfer Speculation Regarding Ceballos and Upamecano

Upamecano, Ceballos, Arsenal transfer

The press has put its inventive hat on this week to rekindle two stories involving Arsenal’s long term transfer strategy but excited supporters need to take stock. One story involves RB Leipzig centre-back Dayot Upamecano and the other being run on current loanee Dani Ceballos. Raul Sanllehi is well documented for

Here is how Arsenal are Haplessly Failing in Their Loan Transfer Market Dealings as Another one Bites the Dust

loan deal, Arsenal loan deals

The loan deal involving Eddie Nketiah to Leeds United is a good illustration that loan deals are not always the perfect answer for emerging talent to develop and hone their skills elsewhere. The player and the club entered into the deal thinking that a full season in the championship would give

Arsenal are Ready to Offload Ozil and These are the Ready Made Worthy Replacements Available

Arsenal, Ozil, Ozil replacements Arsedevils Arsenal Mesut Ozil

As Mesut Ozil’s departure to Fenerbahce or the MLS appears to be fast approaching, Arsenal look to be considering their options for a replacement. As you can imagine, that started a virtual frenzy with names cascading from the sports pages without any legitimate connection. It’s said that midfield misfit Mesut Ozil has

With the January Transfer Window Approaching, Here is why Arsenal Need to Forget About Zaha and Concentrate on Securing the Future of the Team

Wilfred Zaha

As we turn the corner of the year and head towards January, there are a few, mainly on social media, considering the merits of landing Crystal Palace striker Wilfred Zaha. Arsenal placed a bid for the Palace man of around £40m in the summer, but were told it would take double

Not Agent But Arsenal Actually The Reason Why Zaha’s Dream Move Never Materialised

Zaha, Wilfred Zaha, Zaha linked to United

As per reports, Crystal Palace winger Wilfred Zaha has sacked his agent, Will Salthouse, after growing irritated of the agent's disillusioned services and the failure of securing a move to the Emirates in the summer. When a football player decides he’s had enough of his current club, he tends to completely

Analysing How United’s New Signings Have Fared So Far and What The Future Holds For Them and The Club

Manchester United

In the most recently concluded transfer window, we witnessed Ed Woodward's Manchester United purchasing three top-tier players. This came as a surprise, considering former manager Louis Van Gaal's verbal battering of the ownership structure at United and Woodward's financial-based approach. The three new recruits for the Red Devils are : Daniel

How Raul Sanllehi Relieved Arsenal’s Financial Crisis Almost Singlehandedly After Years of Mismanagement

Raul Sanllehi

Towards the winter of last year, Arsenal found themselves in an embarrassing position due to interconnected actions leading up to that point. And without Raul Sanllehi, the club would've been in a much, much worse state. As evident by now, Ivan Gazidis was one of the biggest culprit involved in holding