Seriously, where do they get these people from? And when they have got them who decides to give their ramblings the oxygen of publicity?
Maybe I am being harsh but I don’t think so to be honest. It is not even as if the Gunners are playing Stoke City this weekend, so I am struggling to understand why the chairman of the Potters, Peter Coates, decided that his interview this week, reported by the Daily Mail, needed to include a dig at the Arsenal boss. ...........Read more
Of course it is absolutely vital for Arsenal to get a home win over the visitors Stoke City today. We have a great chance to go above our north London rivals Tottenham in the Premier League table and level on points with fourth placed Southampton.
And with our next EPL game being away to the current champions Manchester City, it is even more important for the Gunners to make the most of today’s very winnable game at the Emirates. But I do not want us to be just falling over the line at the final whistle. ...........Read more
Arsenal have had their problems with certain referees before, with fans feeling that some like Mike Dean definitely do not treat the Gunners in the same way as other teams. And now the name of Anthony Taylor might be added to the list.
Arsene Wenger stopped short of blaming the referee for yesterday’s defeat away to Stoke City, as he accepted that we were at fault for allowing them to race into a 3-0 lead by the break. But the Frenchman could not help but blast Taylor for his decision to send our young defender Calum Chambers for a pretty soft second yellow card, as a report in The Mirror shows. ...........Read more
I know, I know, it is too early in the season to really judge Arsenal and their chances of ending the long trophy drought. But as each match comes and goes, and the Gunners come out on top, it is getting harder and harder to ignore their credentials. And I am finding it hard to keep my optimism from bubbling over. ...........Read more
Although the Premier League season is always a very long one, with Arsenal flying high around the top of the league, we will be hoping that it can all be brought to an end sooner than later. However in reality we know that being only five Premier League wins in, there’s still a lot of work to do to keep the club up amongst the big boys this season. ...........Read more
Jack Wilshere is passionate for Arsenal football club in almost every aspect possible. Whether it is showing moral support, putting in the performance of his life on the pitch or even putting the opposition in their place in times of desperation, Jack Wilshere has it all to give to the Gunners and there isn’t anything that’s going to stop him now. ...........Read more
The current football season has been excruciating at times for Arsenal fans and it is showing no signs of getting easier. Despite the excellent run of form recently, with six wins from the last eight Premier League games, the Gunners still have the threat of finishing outside the top four looming large.
With ten man Chelsea coming from behind to win yesterday at Aston Villa, it is now down to Tottenham and Arsenal to fight it out over the remaining Champions League place. There is plenty to worry about for Arsenal fans, as a Spurs win at Stoke City today will leave us needing to beat Wigan at the Emirates on Tuesday and they will be flying high after their shock victory over Manchester City yesterday. ...........Read more
Poor Arsene Wenger. Three games to go in the Barclays Premier League, and down two of his top players.
Both Theo Walcott and Mikel Arteta are out of the remaining fixtures due to injuries.
Walcott suffered a hamstring injury in the recent match against Chelsea, meaning he will be out of action for about three weeks.
Arteta suffered an ankle injury in during the encounter against Wigan, putting him out for the remainder of the season also.
So its decision time, who should go on the pitch against Stoke in their place. ...........Read more