With so many injuries and incompatible components in the Arsenal defence, it’s almost certain that the North London club are going to secure at least one central defender to prevent the gunners from shipping goals.
Arsenal fans are licking their lips at the possible arrival of a long term partner for
You may be left in a state of shock if Mikel Arteta gets his way over the next two Arsenal seasons because the side will be almost unrecognizable to the one you see today. Much will depend on Arsenal’s ability to sell before buying but a certain amount of cash
The Arsenal Vs United fixture was never going to be a classic, not like those contests of the 90’s, when Arsenal and Manchester United slugged and scrapped it out for every point and trophy.
Back then, those two teams had everything. It was a time when the word ‘battle’ was completely
Mikel Arteta has received heaps of praise in recent weeks for managing to turn around the situation at the Emirates. While everyone recognises there's more work to do, it’s the work that the Spaniard is doing with individual players that is even more impressive, specially Granit Xhaka.
I’m not a Xhaka
Mikel Arteta breezed into the Emirates in almost Nanny McPhee style, looking to encourage unruly, misguided, slovenly and mischievous players to reconnect with their potential and talent. Although time has been in short supply, it would appear that he has managed to accelerate that process to some degree in his
Mikel Arteta is the latest manager to become seduced by the mystic powers of Swiss misfit Granit Xhaka. Wenger, Emery and now Arteta have become almost bewitched by the latent talent of the massively overrated midfielder and although I’m not a coach, I can’t see where the 27-year-old's gifts are
Having seen the big names drop out one by one from the race to become Arsenal’s next head coach, Raul Sanllehi and Josh Kroenke need to go all out and secure Mikel Arteta before the Everton job draws his attention.
No, it’s not a panic move because it’s said that Arteta
We’ve had it all this season at Arsenal, a massive spend, a complete club meltdown, a sacking and a football failure on a mammoth scale. Then there’s been the removal of the captaincy, a variety of strops, a host of social media debacles and the casting aside of various high
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
Lee Dixon wears a pained expression when talking about Arsenal these days and he stops just short of declaring that Unai Emery has reached the end of his Emirates career.
However, Dixon was adamant that Arsenal shouldn’t be tempted to buy their way out of trouble in January by drafting in