When will Arsenal start winning again?

When will all these losses stop?

I seriously feel so sad that Arsenal seem not to be moving in the right direction as far as football club growth is concerned.

Football is a good stress reliever to me and to a lot of people who are like me; whenever I am stressed and over-laboured by the daily hustle, I watch football to relax. And if Arsenal are among the teams playing, I put everything aside and focus on watching the match. However these days, football seems to increase stress.

Ljungberg throws in the towel and wants Arsenal to replace him quickly


Ljungberg was right in throwing the towel

Arsenal’s match against Man City has come and gone! No matter how much we talk about it or what we say about it, it has been played and lost badly. I still pinched myself this morning, thinking I may probably wake up from a nightmare. I was wishing somebody would just wake me up and say: “Sylvester wake up from your dream”. Unfortunately, nobody will, because it was not a dream; we lost woefully.

Just this morning, talksport.com ran a story where they reported Ljungberg asking the club to make a fast decision regarding who they want to hire as Arsenal’s new manager.

Are Stan & Co simply not strong enough to run Arsenal?

Is Arsenal too big to handle for the board of directors?

Hi Gooners. Have we ever asked ourselves why things are the way they are at Arsenal? Have we asked ourselves what direction we are actually going as a football club? What have we really gained as a football club since the Kroenkes bought Arsenal? I have a friend who believes Arsenal is too big a project for Stan Kroenke and his family to handle. Do you agree?

Why are Arsenal finding it so hard to appoint a new coach?

Hello gooners! How are you doing? Are you feeling good? What a joyous moment we find ourselves in at this moment at Arsenal.

I keep on scrolling sport news sites hoping to read if Arsenal has signed a new coach. But as days turn to nights, I keep getting disappointed. Why have we not got a new manager yet? Are we being avoided by high class managers or we are not just doing things the right way? I probably feel managers are not willing to manage Arsenal, or they have given the board some conditions and they are finding it hard to come to an agreement.

Would Arsenal fans accept the return of Alexis Sanchez?

Would Arsenal accept Sanchez back?

Alexis Sanchez, signed as an Arsenal player in July 2014, is one player who gave his all to Arsenal until probably his last few months. He spent four years at Arsenal, playing more than a hundred games; scoring more than 60 goals.

We all can agree that Sanchez was a multipurpose player for Arsenal. While at Arsenal, he played at both wings and centrally; and he did this with so much professionalism. Until he started trying to force himself out of Arsenal, he never gave Arsenal a below par performance. Do we all remember the FA cup final that he shone so well and helped us win? Do we remember how he always had this way of making the team play well, whenever he was on the pitch? Well, Sanchez gave his all for Arsenal and we can’t deny him that.

Were Arsenal right not to buy Unai Emery’s top targets?

If Emery actually wanted these players, why didn’t Arsenal get them for him?

The ex-Arsenal coach, Unai Emery, according to reports, had asked the board to get him three players, who he was sure, was going to help him get Arsenal playing and winning games, the Arsenal way. The apparently, didn’t get him these players.

The three players, according to tribalfootball, are England centre-back Harry Maguire as a solution to the club’s defensive problems, and Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha, and Atletico Madrid’s Thomas Partey. These players are actually good enough to play for Arsenal, but would they have made a difference, if they were bought? Who knows?

Let us all offer this prayer for Arsenal in this difficult time

Let us pray!

Let us pray, oh gooners for our dear club Arsenal. Let us pray that the spirit of confusion and negative tactics will be a thing of the past, sooner than later.

Let us pray that Unai Emery will fall asleep one night, encounter the angel of wisdom in his dream, and then wake up to inspire Arsenal to not just Champions league qualification, but also to winning one or two trophies.

Arsenal set for tough September schedule in the Premier League

September could be an informative month for Arsenal as they aim to prove they are genuine challengers for this season’s Premier League title.

The Gunners started the campaign with victories over Newcastle United and Burnley to spark talk that they can get themselves into the mix this term.

The latest football betting odds have Arsenal hovering around the 33/1 mark to claim the trophy, but a strong run of results in September would see that price come tumbling down.

Arsenal kick-off the month with a potential blockbuster as they go head-to-head with Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal’s Season 2018/19 Review & What We Can Hope For Upcoming Months

An away victory against Burnley on the last day of the Premier League 2018/2019 was not enough for the Gunners to secure the fourth position. They ended just one point short behind the city rivals Tottenham Hotspur, but there was still hope to win a ticket to UEFA Champions League by winning Europa League.

Arsenal FC have faced Chelsea in the big final in Azerbaijan, but once again, underperformed when it mattered the most. The match was lost, which means the squad from the Emirates will once again battle against tier two teams in the Europa League.