Just a few short years ago, the excitable media were praising an emerging Spurs side under Mauricio Pochettino. They had started to mount a challenge for the title in successive seasons and although they fell short, many thought that Spurs were just one more season from a significant trophy. The
When the good times roll in football, it’s fairly usual to think that they will last forever. When the club in question is Man United, success is almost an entitlement and even significant changes to the operational structure is simply seen as a mild inconvenience.
When Alex Ferguson was drafted in
After his scintillating performances against Tottenham and Manchester City previously, Manchester United's Brazilian midfielder Fred is finally starting to look like a £52million player.
When Manchester United beat Manchester City to the signature of the former Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder, many thought that the club may have finally signed a Brazillian worthy
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a man whose current position at one of the biggest clubs in the world has constantly split opinions. The Norwegian was appointed as Manchester United's interim manager following Jose Mourinho's sacking last December, but few expected what was to come next.
Solskjaer got United bouncing again. The
In all honesty, the international break was welcome this time around because it gave Arsenal and Unai Emery a chance to fathom out what is fundamentally wrong at the Emirates and allowed the Spaniard sufficient time to put it right.
The visit of Southampton is not what Arsenal need right now.
It just goes to show how harsh the world of football can be after Mauricio Pochettino was sacked by Tottenham. It also made Unai Emery even more likely to face the gallows should Arsenal’s horrendous form continue.
There is very little difference between the path of the two sides at this
I made no secret that I felt Arsenal missed a trick by not employing Rafa Benitez as their coach, after they removed Arsene Wenger in the coup of 2018.
Instead, they unexpectedly chose Unai Emery and at the time, Benitez wasn’t even on the short list. Big mistake, huge ! Benitez
I tuned in eagerly to Unai Emery’s press conference post Xhaka gate, in the hope of seeing leadership and control but having watched the majority of it, there was a feeling in the pit of my stomach that the agreeable, well mannered Spaniard is out of his depth here.
Sometimes there is a turning point in a season that will be viewed after it’s ended as the factor that defined it. That can be in a positive or negative way of course but recent events at the Emirates are threatening to derail any aspirations of a top four finish
A recent blog on another site accused fans of suffering from ‘one bad result syndrome’ in their perception of Unai Emery, which paved the way for further analysis of the current situation at Arsenal.
Are Arsenal supporters being unfair ? has the Emirates become the home of the irrational knee jerk