Arteta and his men travel to Stamford Bridge for the Chelsea vs Arsenal fixture tonight. The Blues will be looking to complete the Premier League double over their visitors, having won 2-1 in the reverse fixture at the Emirates last month. The last time these two sides met at the Emirates,
The international break has done nothing to dampen the enthusiastic and obsessive press with anything to do with Arsenal. Speculation on the January transfer window amounting to a zero spend. Arsenal’s contingency plans should they dispense with Unai Emery and likely appointment of Freddie Ljungberg as a permanent or interim
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over from what was in the minds of many fans around the world, one of the worst seasons of professional football played in the theater of dreams. https://twitter.com/ManUtd/status/1160235107325640704?s=19 There was animosity between the coach and the staff, the coach and the players, and the coach and the fans.
It feels like the storm surrounding Arsenal has been going on forever. A lack of signings, a lack of investment, a seemingly disinterested owner and a prickly fan base, have been a constant feature whenever Arsenal are mentioned. The final straw was the defeat to Chelsea in the Europa league final in