So the inquest begins into Arsenal’s early Europa league exit at the hands of Olympiacos FC, a mediocre Greek team who can’t possibly win the competition. This failure isn’t Arteta’s, it’s the club’s, for their continuous low ambition, cheap skate manoeuvring over the past ten years and their inability to
When you have the mentality to negate an attacking threat by any means possible and offer nothing but obstruction, you can bet your bottom dollar that at some point, the game will go against you and that was pretty much how it was for Newcastle United.
Steve Bruce’s side lacked a
Alexandre Lacazette is a player known for the occasional strop during matches and when being substituted. During the 1-1 draw against Sheffield United, he threw yet another act of frustration after being hauled off for academy product Eddie Nketiah 15 minutes from the end. It was an act which ran
A great many Arsenal supporters must have placed their heads in their hands at the news of three match suspension for Pierre Emerick Aubameyang. There was a general fear that it was another blow to an already battered and beleaguered side that is struggling to hit the heights.
The offending tackle
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
2020 is almost upon us and January is now a crucial period for Arsenal who desperately need two centre backs due to the existing dearth of available options.
The Gunners may have to be extremely clever in the window by securing a long term partner for William Saliba and then by
For those that believe in omens, the pre-match injury to Héctor Bellerin in the warm up (hamstring) and the injury to Kieran Tierney (28) with a dislocated shoulder during the West Ham Vs Arsenal fixture did little to lighten the mood of Arsenal supporters or suggest that Freddie Ljungberg would
Nicolas Pepe has struggled in the premier league, no doubt about that but fans need to remain patient as the adjustment process continues. However, his brace of stunning free kicks announced his class and talent in the cheeky 3-2 win over Vitoria at the Emirates.
Pepe, weighed heavy with expectation and
Jose Mourinho was at the Emirates to watch the Europa league encounter between Arsenal and Vitoria and no doubt like the rest of us was wondering how Arsenal managed to wriggle out of certain defeat.
His appearance left many speculating that he was checking out his new place of employment but
If Unai Emery is thinking of playing Callum Chambers and Sead Kolasinac, as right and left backs for the Arsenal Vs Crystal Palace game at the Emirates on Sunday, I’ve one word of advice for him: ‘Dont !’
Emery can’t afford another shoddy performance with a host of bit part players