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Has the Transfer Window Come at the Wrong Time for Arteta

Mikel Arteta, January transfer window

There’s two ways to look at the January transfer window. Firstly, from a fans perspective, there surely isn’t a single supporter who hasn’t identified the genuine need for two centre backs and possibly another creative midfielder. The defensive issue is and has been a burning concern for several seasons and although

Arsenal a Club in Chaos- Part Two:- Arsenal were Conned into Buying a Substandard Defender and worse Still into Hiring a Coach That Can’t Manage his Players


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

Petit Accuses Arsenal’s Hierarchy of Lies but it’s not Entirely Unfamiliar to any Football Supporter

Emmanuel Petit

Former Gunner, Emmanuel Petit, has been busy on all things Arsenal. Saturating the press with his various views on life at the Emirates and on topics such as potential management candidates. Normally the Frenchman’s comments are considered and not dreadfully controversial but perhaps, he was just waiting for the right opportunity. After

Suggested Arsene Wenger Return to Arsenal Is All Bit Baffling To Take

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Arsene Wenger announces that Arsenal has made an approach for his return to the club where he served as Manager and head honcho for a staggering 22 years. His amazing and successful reign ended when the board were left with no other option than to sack him. It wasn’t announced, it

Why Arsenal’s Top Brass Should Communicate With Each Other Before Talking To The Press

Arsenal, Kroenke, Arsedevils

I’m getting sick to death of the utterances of Arsenal chief Vinai Venkatesham and Head of Football Raúl Sanllehi, who insist on talking about the club’s strategy and the ‘hugely ambitious’ Kroenke. It’s alright talking the talk, but there’s very little evidence of walking the walk in the eyes of Arsenal’s