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Great news as Arsenal tie up 3 key men with new contracts 1

Posted on January 15, 2014 by admin

Not much could make times better for Arsenal at the moment, despite some who will claim that a couple of transfers could help. But the main focus is that Arsenal currently sit top of the Premier League table for another successive week in the campaign, following on from the Gunners close 2-1 win over struggling Aston Villa at Villa Park.

Arsenal attained all three points in what was certainly a game of two halves. Arsenal pressed in the first, then Villa in the second, however the only thing that is being pressed after the game, is the pen against contract extensions for three Arsenal members. According to the Daily Express, the trio of manager Arsene Wenger, and defensive players Per Mertesacker and Bacary Sagna are all about to sign extensions with the club.

Sagna scares Arsenal fans with exit talk!! 0

Posted on December 17, 2013 by admin

Arsenal have seen many players from their successful squad from the previous decade move on from the club, with Robin Van Persie being the last man that was a winner in the Arsenal squad. Such players like Theo Walcott, Tomas Rosicky and Bacary Sagna have all been with the club for quite some time now, however none of them have been successful with Arsenal as of yet and it’s a great shame considering their dedication to the club, especially the latter two who are coming towards the end of their respective careers.

Team news and Preview of Arsenal clash with Man City 1

Posted on December 14, 2013 by admin

It hasn’t been the best of weeks for Arsenal during this early Christmas period, and after a draw with Everton and a defeat to Napoli that almost saw us fall out of the Champions League campaign, Arsenal will now try to fix the issue and raise the christmas spirit in our next game.

This Saturday, Arsenal will travel to Manchester once again, this time to face Manchester City, in what is sure to be the toughest test of the season so far. Arsenal may have played the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United and Dortmund already, however I don’t think any of these sides pose the same sort of threat Manchester City does, especially when they are at home.

In depth preview and team news for Arsenal v Everton 0

Posted on December 08, 2013 by admin

What an eventful Saturday it has been for Arsenal fans. Manchester United have lost at home to Newcastle, Chelsea have lost away to Stoke whilst Manchester City were holding on for the draw at Southampton. All these results mean a win against Everton would take us 7 points clear at the top. We can’t afford to pass up such an opportunity. The pressure put on City and Chelsea to win against us will be absolutely huge and that will mean they’ll be more open and susceptible to losing. It’s only December but circumstances could mean we are heavy favourites for the title come January.

Flamini helps Arsenal in transfer pursuit of Milan star Abate!! 0

Posted on November 16, 2013 by admin

With Bacary Sagna continuing to stall on contract talks, Arsenal have started to be linked with a number of full-backs across the continent. After reports of a move for AC Milan’s Mattia De Sciglio emerged, it seems as though another Rossoneri star might be on the radar of Arsene Wenger, this time it is the more established Ignazio Abate.

Abate, who has had a very successful 14 years at Milan, is said to be seeking an exit from the San Siro and is widely tipped to be sold in the upcoming January transfer window, with the Italian side already scouting possible replacements for the defender. Newcastle’s Davide Santon and Monaco’s Fabinho have both been heavily linked with a move to Milan.

Arsenal Review – Great chance missed at Utd but pretty good week 0

Posted on November 11, 2013 by admin

So after what was a very good week of football for the Gunners with two very important wins against fellow Premier League contenders Liverpool, and Champions’ League group rivals Borussia Dortmund respectively; it all turned down to Manchester United on Sunday at Old Trafford, but unfortunately we couldn’t produce the same sort of result and bowed out in a 1-0 defeat.

Could this be best Interlull EVER for Arsenal? 0

Posted on October 10, 2013 by admin

Arsenal still remain top of the Premier League despite failing to come away from the Hawthorns with all 3 points against West Brom, and this was largely down to the fact we struggled to get our game going. With Arsenal’s unbeaten record since the opening day of the Premier League still intact, we are certainly performing much higher than most expected, however now the Premier League is interrupted by the second international break of the campaign so far.

Arsenal must ATTACK to negate Marseille’s danger men!! 0

Posted on September 18, 2013 by admin

Lady luck certainly deserted Arsenal when the draw was made for the Champions League group stages. The fact that Borussia Dortmund and Napoli were even in the third and fourth pots to start with was bizarre, but for both of them to get picked for the same group was ridiculous. It could have been worse for the Gunners though, because PSG, Juventus, AC Milan and Atletico Madrid were all in the second pot.

Shock snub for Arsenal from Spanish Star!! 0

Posted on September 18, 2013 by admin

Arsenal were linked with an awful lot of players this summer and although it now seems to be a normality for Arsenal fans, we can no longer really define the rumours that can be classed as true and which ones are fake. It’s never easy being an Arsenal fan during the transfer window, however if the latest reports are deemed to be true then perhaps we were closer to signing another player than we may have thought.

Player ratings and review of Arsenal’s great Champions League win 2

Posted on August 22, 2013 by admin

Well that was a surprise. Arsenal dominated the first half against Fenerbahce but turned on the afterburners in the second and managed to net 3 thanks to Gibbs, Ramsey and Giroud. The game started very well for us and that uncharacteristically set the tone for the half. Generally, we tend to fade away after a good start letting the opposition back into the game but that didn’t happen. Our passing and pressing was more efficient and quicker than the Turkish side in the first half.

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