Arsenal after having an initial losses at the beginning games are now having a dream run by remaining unbeaten for 14 games straight. We were looking at a defense in shambles, midfield anarchy, clueless goalkeeping, hopeless forwards when we faced Manchester City and Chelsea in opening games but Unai Emery
Aaron Ramsey hasn't been in the playing 11 in a majority of matches this season and reports tell us that he is either going to leave for minimal money in January or for free in the summer transfer window. So, the question which pops up is his replacement and Watford's Abdoulaye
Lucas Torreira did not start in the first few matches for Arsenal, under Arsene Wenger's successor Unai Emery preferring to start any two of Granit Xhaka and Aaron Ramsey, and Matteo Guendouzi ahead of him. Although he was brought on as a substitute during the end, the Gooners wanted to see
What's common between 'Stranger Things' and Arsenal? ELEVEN, and that's what we Gooners are talking about. 11 wins out of 11 is simply outstanding and Emery-ball is a delight to watch. However, one place where we need to improve in recent games is that of the left-back. Both, Nacho Monreal
Granit Xhaka has always played as a midfielder for Arsenal. There were times, when he was pushed to both the left and right sides of the pitch during games. But, Unai had different plans. He gave an opportunity to Xhaka to play as a Left Back the previous game and
No Arsenal player has caused more division among the fans than Granit Xhaka. The perplexing thing about the division is that, both sides of the argument holds a valid view, courtesy of the player himself.
I have found myself drowned in this conversation lately. Some argue that Granit Xhaka has no business
Arsenal are on winning terms; their streak seems to be unbeatable. They have won against Watford 2-0, who were responsible for upsetting Spurs a few weeks back. With their current form unchallenged, Unai Emery cannot sit back leisurely when they go to Baku, Azerbaijan tomorrow to play against Qarabag FK
Arsenal registered their fourth win of the Premier League 2018-19 campaign with a deserved 2-0 victory over Everton at the Emirates on Sunday lunchtime. Gunners managed to keep their first clean sheet of the season on Sunday, and manager Unai Emery will be delighted to see Aubameyang and Lacazette both get on the scoresheet.
The Gunners came out on
Arsenal are on a roll. '3 wins in a row, including 2 consecutive away wins' is a statement that the Gunners have heard after a long time, all thanks to Unai Emery's tactical brilliance.
However, the Londoners haven't gone into half-time with a lead this season - a tie on 4
With the arrival of new midfielder from Sampdoria in summer of 2018, every Arsenal fan had high hopes on newcomer Lucas Torreira. Known for his defensive attributes, the Uruguayan international is the one who everyone wanted in the starting line up since day one of the of the Premier League.