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
As we turn the corner of the year and head towards January, there are a few, mainly on social media, considering the merits of landing Crystal Palace striker Wilfred Zaha.
Arsenal placed a bid for the Palace man of around £40m in the summer, but were told it would take double
With the days of Wright, Henry, Bergkamp and Van Persie long behind the club, it seems as though Arsenal FC has been crying out for a superstar for a while now. The club has now spent three consecutive seasons outside the top four, and after a less than encouraging start
As per reports, Crystal Palace winger Wilfred Zaha has sacked his agent, Will Salthouse, after growing irritated of the agent's disillusioned services and the failure of securing a move to the Emirates in the summer.
When a football player decides he’s had enough of his current club, he tends to completely
It was the least surprising news of the season. As I outlined recently in a previous blog, Arsenal were considering returning with a new bid for Palace Striker Wilfred Zaha in January.
The North London club are far from finished in coming transfer windows and Palace are going to have to
Be excited Josh Kroenke said. Just words I thought, because Arsenal have had so many underwhelming transfer windows, that average is almost expected. Weeks of overdosing on every social media site, Sky Sports update, latest podcast and sports page, just to keep up with who was being touted in the
If Wilfred Zaha is priced out of a move in this transfer window it will be because the majority of clubs interested in his services don’t believe the talent lives up to the price tag.
First Arsenal, then Everton made inquiries but it now seems both exit points are now closed
The way transfers used to be conducted is changing drastically at Arsenal. The days of cash up front transactions are long gone and clubs look to complete their business in an inflated market place without the necessary cash.
It’s true that deals have been structured for years, it’s not a new
Alex Iwobi has been the subject of taunts, abuse and criticism for the majority of last season but somehow and to his eternal credit, the youngster rose above it all to often deliver a series of assured performances, while much bigger stars plodded through a game without showing any effort
Laurent Koscielny caused a storm by refusing to travel to the US as part of Arsenal’s pre season tour and received a fan backlash on social media. As the news has been received by Arsenal fans with mixed feelings, majority of the faithful think both the parties are at fault.