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.
The biggest challenge of Freddie Ljungberg’s career as interim Arsenal manager awaits and although Manchester City have been surprisingly out of salts this season, it’s obvious to everyone that Guardiola’s gladiators are far superior from the front to the back. Even the most loyal supporter must be dreading what mag befall
Trouble and Arsenal seem inseparable and they have had a strange relationship for sometime now. There’s no other club that generates such dramatic and chaotic headlines in the premier league and one recurring feature is Arsenal’s inadequate defence, which has been an ongoing problem for over a decade. Each year around
Sometimes it’s the fans that tend to see the most obvious things from afar and current defensive conundrum of Arsenal appears to be fairly straight forward from a supporters perspective. Having tried the various permutations of Luiz, Mustafi and Sokratis, it’s time to drop all three and look elsewhere. Ljungberg may
It was an evening that Arsenal supporters needed to believe in the hope of some reward. Having suffered eight games without a win and with Freddie Ljungberg in charge, fans wanted to see the commitment and desire which had been completely absent under Unai Emery. Brighton who had pushed Liverpool so
If any lessons have been learned by Arsenal after the failed transition of Wenger to Emery, it’s that they shouldn’t have gone shopping for bargains and should have spent their cash more wisely and appropriately in the right areas...defense ! Elsewhere Manchester City splashed £52m on Benjamin Mendy, Liverpool grabbed hold
If Arsenal continue on their current trajectory and maintain their dismal form, the board will actually be negligent if they allow the situation to get worse under Unai Emery. One imagines that the words of Arsenal head of football Raul Sanllehi and managing director Vinai Venkatesham are still ringing in his
It’s been suggested that Arsenal are readying themselves to make a bid in the January transfer window to tighten up their defense, which is freely leaking goals. Over the last few seasons supporters have been reminded that Arsenal don’t participate in the less productive transfer period but their current plight has