The last few years have been tough for Arsenal, which has always prided itself on playing beautiful football. The last trophy for the Gunners came in 2017 when they won the FA Cup. This was at a time the club’s fans were slowly expressing their displeasure at Arsene Wenger’s managerial
Mikel Arteta’s workload has been phenomenal to date. The former Arsenal captain took charge of a fractured club with no direction, which was full of disinterested players who had forgotten how to play and how to win. Not many coaches would have taken the job knowing that money would be
There was so much comprising the back drop to Arsenal’s game against Everton that there was an embarrassment of riches. Mikel Arteta was a former Arsenal and Everton player, whom it’s rumoured was wanted by the Toffees to replace Marco Silva.
Carlo Ancelotti was said to be a consideration for Arsenal’s
Ljungberg and Ferguson’s appearance differed greatly, one dressed for a training session, the other in a sharp looking suit. Strangely enough the teams were, in many ways, exactly the same, both with interim managers, both with an array of problems in a difficult season and from the evidence of the
Deadline day is crazy as ever as clubs are frantically trying to find a breakthrough to get their man. And it seems like Everton have managed that by securing the signing of Alex Iwobi from Arsenal.
The Nigerian had been linked with a move to Goodison Park just yesterday but their
Armando Izzo could be on the way to Arsenal on a £22 million deal from Torino, according to Di Marzio.
Izzo's career began at Napoli where he fought up the ranks but eventually failed to make it. The Italian was eventually let go to Serie D-G side US Avellino back in
Ian Herbert of the Daily Mail recently did an article on the Gunners entitled ‘Invincible’s have become the Invisibles’.
It examined ‘how far the club has fallen from the one which once represented swagger, cussedness, creativity and fight’.
Hardly a revelation to anyone that follows football or Arsenal football club.
What the article
When you drop a point away, the overall outcome in the chase for Champions league qualification is salvageable, but drop all three and it could devastating. Arsenal’s away form is a complete contrast from life at the Emirates and Everton proved to be too intense for the Gunners.
It’s been a
Unai Emery has faced a number of challenges this season but perhaps the one he hasn’t quite mastered is Arsenal’s away form, which has offered mixed results. Arsenal visit Goodison Park for their Premier League clash against Everton tonight.
The Emirates has become something of a fortress and the Gunners seem
Arsenal’s push for a Champions League spot takes them on an away trip to Goodison Park on Sunday. The Gunners are currently fourth in the Premier League table, one point behind third-placed Tottenham. However, Arsenal have an extra game on hand, and they would want to capitalise on that advantage