For the umpteenth time this season, Manchester United have failed to capitalise on Chelsea's shortcomings. Michael Obafemi's 96th minute equaliser consigned Pogba, Fernandes and team to yet another disappointment, despite their fantastic run of form post-lockdown. Had United held on for a couple more minutes, a victory would have seen them
If you are infirmed, injured, due for retirement, or well past your best, North London appears to be the place to extend the career you never thought you had left. News that Arsenal’s new favourite liability, former Chelsea midfielder David Luiz has been given another year on his contract reported to be
Want-away Brazilian and Chelsea star Willian is said to be extremely close to agreeing to terms with another Premier League club but the 31-year-old is just waiting to see if there is any other interest. Chelsea wanted to extend his contract but would only offer a 2-year deal. PSG, Spurs, and Arsenal
It’s one thing to sell Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to Barcelona, but it’s entirely another to sell him to one of three English clubs that comprise half of the top six places in the Premier League. Manchester City and Manchester United are now joined by Chelsea, all interested in the striker's services for
Arsenal’s recent Premier League fixture against Manchester City was cancelled as a "precautionary measure" after their recent Europa League opponents Olympiakos announced that their owner Evangelos Marinakis had contracted Covid-19. Daniele Rugani, an Arsenal and Chelsea target in the summer, tested positive for Covid-19. This led Inter Milan to suspend all footballing activity and the
Arsene Wenger once saw the FA Cup as a competition to blood youngsters, mainly because his priorities were elsewhere. Back then, Arsenal were regular top-four challengers in the premier league and had qualified for Champions league for 19 successive seasons, so a devalued cup of moderate importance wasn’t the be-all and
Stranger things have happened at Arsenal this season but in a surreal moment the Emirates fans began to show their appreciation for....Mesut Ozil. Yes, how much weirder could things get ? There were bound to be cards in this testosterone filled London Derby and yellow seemed to be the refs favourite
One win in 12 matches across all competitions says it all. Arsenal are mired in a sticky mud of incompetence, ineptitude and crippling insecurity. The Gunners lack any kind of identity in their performances at the moment, and the ‘new manager bounce’ has not materialised under interim boss Freddie Ljungberg.