Wenger – Arsenal are aiming to keep the FA Cup this season

Arsene Wenger was very relieved that Arsenal won their first trophy for ten years by beating Hull City in the FA Cup Final last May, and he is keen to retain the trophy this time around.

But this time we have to face the same opponent in the Third round so we certainly hope that we are not subjected to the pressure of being 2-0 down early on in the game as we were at Wembley.

The Ox says Arsenal are happy with point against Tottenham

Alex Oxlade Chamberlain happily managed to knock in Arsenal’s equalising goal against Tottenham on Saturday, and although everyone would have preferred to win the game, The Ox is content that we fought back to remain unbeaten and is trying to look at it positively.

“1-0 down is a tough ask, especially in a derby – it’s not a situation you want to find yourself in,” he said. “Nerves can creep up at that point because you know how much it means to everyone not to lose the game. So we did well to come back into the game and make it 1-1. At that point I felt we had the momentum to go and win it. Personally I’m a bit disappointed we didn’t managed to nick the last goal and take all three.

Wenger proves his genius again with his faith in Aaron Ramsey

Ramsey has been a player that has been divided by the fans probably the most over the last few years. Alongside Theo Walcott, Ramsey has been slated over the years as well. A wasted player on the pitch often offering very little however this season, again like Theo Walcott, Ramsey finally regained form and returned to the player we all remember him as before that horrible leg break that he experienced a few years back.

Wilshere’s And Sagna’s Injuries Ahead Of Schedule

Arsenal’s most precious injured players Backary Sagna and Jack Wilshere are due to return sooner than it was expected. The English International was out from the beginning of the season, while the Frenchman got injured in the London derby against Tottenham, but they’ll both make the comeback soon.

Wilshere is expected by Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger to be fit by the end of January and Sagna even sooner and the two are coming to aid a very in form Arsenal team.

Arsenal Flop Denilson Doesn’t Want to Return. Do We Want Him Back?

Arsenal’s Denilson is not very eager for a return to London and has stated that he’d rather stay in Brazil with Sao Paulo.

The defensive midfielder had a horror season with the Brazilians whom he joined in the summer after a less successful 5 years spent at Arsenal. The Brazilian managed to get himself sent off twice in a total of ten games played for Sao Paulo.

“Personally, I’m very sad that the season will finish this way. Of course there’s still a game remaining and there is hope for the Libertadores,” he said.