Arsenal’s recent Premier League fixture against Manchester City was cancelled as a "precautionary measure" after their recent Europa League opponents Olympiakos announced that their owner Evangelos Marinakis had contracted Covid-19. Daniele Rugani, an Arsenal and Chelsea target in the summer, tested positive for Covid-19. This led Inter Milan to suspend all footballing activity and the
Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic was considered a dead man walking just a few months ago. The Serbian had fallen down the pecking order, with Fred and Scott McTominay establishing themselves in Solskjaer's midfield and was deemed surplus to requirements. How quickly things change in football, with the former Chelsea man
This game against former mentor Pep Guardiola must have been on Mikel Arteta’s mind for a while, despite anything he may say to the contrary. The aim to establish an underperforming and underachieving Arsenal is underway but a decent result against his former mentor Pep Guardiola will give confidence during a
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
One win in 12 matches across all competitions says it all. Arsenal are mired in a sticky mud of incompetence, ineptitude and crippling insecurity. The Gunners lack any kind of identity in their performances at the moment, and the ‘new manager bounce’ has not materialised under interim boss Freddie Ljungberg.
The biggest challenge of Freddie Ljungberg’s career as interim Arsenal manager awaits and although Manchester City have been surprisingly out of salts this season, it’s obvious to everyone that Guardiola’s gladiators are far superior from the front to the back. Even the most loyal supporter must be dreading what mag befall