It’s completely clear to even the impartial observer that things need to change at Arsenal. The approach of Stan Kroenke of running the club from overseas, to allow him to keep tabs on his American sports interests, have led to this embarrassing situation and seeing as he has no intention
The situation at Arsenal is like reading the pages of an elaborate thriller.
Firstly, at Arsenal there is the dominant French manager who is reluctant to give up his control at the club. Secondly, there is a conniving American owner who wants to buy out a stubborn Russian shareholder. Thirdly, there
Raul Sanllehi is now the head of football of relations after the official departure of Ivan Gazidis who is heading to Italy. He will be handed the keys to the Emirates and his decade long experience at Camp Nou will be a huge factor in the important decisions that need
Arsenal have finally made an official announcement regarding the future of its chief executive Ivan Gazidis, and it is not what the fans of the London club would have hoped for. It has been made clear by the club that the 53-year-old Gazidis will leave his post at the Premier League club
There are rumours coming out of Arsenal that Arsene Wenger has attended a crisis meeting with members of the Arsenal board to explain the teams drastic dip in form and its recent insipid performances. Within a period of five matches the side have virtually disintegrated in front of the fans
Arsene Wenger has given over 20 years of service to Arsenal Football Club, and during that time, his ability to continue as head coach has only been called into question a handful of times. However, this time around, it’s serious, and now is the time for Wenger and the Arsenal
Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kroenke's son Josh Kroenke has apparently arrived in London on a 3 month review of the clubs activities on and off the field adding fresh impetus to the 'catalyst of change' that had been promised to the supporters after last seasons difficulties on the field.