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Liverpool man defends Arsenal from Man United attack 1

Posted on April 01, 2014 by admin

Arsenal fans have witnessed their team fall from the promising heights of the top of the Premier League to borderline Champions League qualification, and whilst many, like Man United and England man Paul Scholes are quick to blame the club, manager and individuals, former Liverpool and internationally recognised manager Gerard Houllier thinks otherwise.

Houllier has instead taken the approach that Arsenal’s biggest problem has once again come down to injuries and that our title bid has suffered dramatically as a result. Ever since the start of the season, as you know, Arsenal have suffered major injuries at crucial times, with those of Ozil, Walcott, Chamberlain, Wilshere, Ramsey and even Podolski being out in times of need.

Wenger worried injuries will wreck another Arsenal season 0

Posted on March 17, 2014 by admin

Hooray!! Not only did Arsenal beat Spurs for the 3rd time in a season, they didn’t pick up any more injuries for a change. Arsenal should be used to being on the end of bad news when it comes to injuries because for some many years now we have suffered injury crises for what seemed to be nothing apart from a lack of luck. Nobody can quite put their finger on it why Arsenal get the most injuries, and lengthy time periods of unsustainable injuries too for that matter. But of course there must be an underlying problem and one that Wenger seems keen on addressing soon.

Will Ramsey return offset other injuries for Arsenal? 0

Posted on January 17, 2014 by admin

Whilst many may believe that things aren’t quite going Arsenal’s way on the injury front at the moment, after the recent news regarding Theo Walcott and jokingly a certain Julian Draxler, there are some positives coming from the treatment table and it is that Aaron Ramsey could return for the Gunners this weekend.

As mentioned, it’s not too long ago since Arsenal and England winger Theo Walcott was ruled out for a sorry six months, in an injury that has caused a lot of concern and sympathy to be put towards the player. Injuries to Bendtner, Ramsey, Gibbs, Monreal and Arteta just to name a few have also forced the Gunners into massive starting line-up changes, however the good news is that many of those are near a return to match fitness.

Why the future is really bright for Arsenal starlet 0

Posted on January 15, 2014 by admin

Serge Gnabry seems to be the latest teenager sensation hot off the production line at Arsenal as he heads for the first team opportunities. Gnabry, despite only recently turning 18 years old has already featured lots for the Gunners, in what has been a special season so far and he looks to continue to rack up the appearances in the near future at least.

Mainly because of injuries to the majority of Arsenal’s main wide men, Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Lukas Podolski, this season has allowed the young teenage German to progress from the reserves to the first team in a matter of weeks. Gnabry played two consecutive games in a row against Spurs and then Villa and he impressed equally on both occasions, with the media pundits especially pleased with his performances.

Could Eduardo really be set to re-sign for Arsenal? 0

Posted on January 13, 2014 by admin

If you’ve been an Arsenal fan for some time, I’m sure that you’ll remember the fan favourite that was Eduardo. The Croatian, born Brazilian, striker left the Gunners for Ukraine a few years back following on from an injury that he never quite recovered from. However all of a sudden there are reports that suggest that he could come back for a short stint of time.

Arsenal could be set to lose young star Gnabry 1

Posted on January 10, 2014 by admin

As Arsenal are supposedly upping their game on the search for a striker this January following the news that Theo Walcott will be ruled out for the rest of the Premier League campaign, few would have expected to hear that a possible outgoing player rumour was doing the rounds.

Arsenal and Germany under 19 international, Serge Gnabry has made a breakthrough into the Gunners first team this season, showing his full potential through a string of impressive performances more than once this season. But now Arsenal could be in for a battle to keep the youngster with German superclub Borussia Dortmund supposedly eyeing up a summer move for the 18 year old.

Is Walcott’s place in Arsenal team really in danger? 0

Posted on January 03, 2014 by admin

Speaking in a latest report from Sky Sports, Theo Walcott has come across as either quite worried about his position amongst the club as one of the team’s best, and highly regarded players, or he is shedding some genuine light on the team’s possible transfer activity.

Wilshere was Arsenal’s shining star for Cardiff win 0

Posted on January 02, 2014 by admin

Arsenal 2 – 0 Cardiff City Player Ratings

Arsenal go down 6-3 thanks to poor defence and officials 1

Posted on December 14, 2013 by admin

Arsenal started the game very shakily, with City able to move the ball quickly and creating some chances. We got back into the game but we then proceeded to concede from a corner. It was played in and Koscielny unaware of Aguero’s movement let the Argentinian volley the ball into the net. 1 – 0.

We managed to get back into the game fairly quickly as Ramsey pressured Yaya Toure into a mistake and was able to quickly spread the play to Özil who passed the ball across the box to Theo who coolly finished the ball into the net. 1 – 1.

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.

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