Arsenal have been the centre of quite a lot of media controversies lately due to their poor form that has led to a massive unrest among the fans but also due to Granit Xhaka.
Last Sunday, Unai Emery's men lost a 2 goal advantage against local rivals Crystal Palace after conceding
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
Petr Cech has been a constant between the sticks for Arsenal since his transfer to the club from their fellow London rivals Chelsea, in 2015. Cech after winning every team trophy with Chelsea, decided to shift his base to the Emirates, and became an integral part of Arsene Wenger's team
With Spain’s change of fortunes under new manager Luis Enrique, it’s perfectly reasonable to ask if Enrique would have been the better option to transform a tired and disjointed Arsenal side, rather than Unai Emery.
Those that wanted Arsene Wenger out have had to deal with the reality of that decision.
Arsenal has been a victim of its players stalling contract talks with the club to finally land a bumper contract, since a long time, right from Arsene Wenger's start to the end of his tenure. Last season, Mesut Ozil had held the club hostage into signing a new contract, being
Arsene Wenger, arguably Arsenal's greatest ever manager, was not called 'Le Professor' for no reason. His way of life, both on and off the pitch, his way of coaching football, with a daily set of routine for the players and Wenger himself never missing a single training session, unlike many