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Arsenal boss on why he’ll start Walcott against Aston Villa 1

Posted on May 15, 2016 by admin

With Arsenal having produced one of our most lacklustre performances of the season, and there have been a few, in March against Watford to blow the chance of a third FA cup trophy in a row, Arsene Wenger and the Gunners have just one game left to salvage some pride from a pretty poor and definitely disappointing campaign.

So the Frenchman will want Arsenal to put on a show against the visitors Aston Villa today and that means goals. But with Olivier Giroud still struggling for form and with Danny Welbeck having been struck with another heavy injury blow, who will provide the attacking cut and thrust for us?

A plea to Arsenal fans to give Wenger some respect 4

Posted on May 11, 2016 by admin

We are now approaching Arsenal’s final game of this campaign and as we are playing the worst team around I am sure we will finish in a respectable third place. We may not have won a trophy but we have performed better than every other team except Leicester and Spurs, including all the other so-called Big Clubs.

Campbell still fighting for Arsenal place despite Wenger snubs 2

Posted on April 28, 2016 by Frank

Joel Campbell has always seeme harshly treated by Arsene Wenger despite showing promise on a regular basis. He wasn’t utilised by Le Boss this season until the weight of injuries forced Wenger to give him a chance. He actually played 11 League games this season, but despite some excellent play and 3 goals he was quickly dropped by Wenger in favour of more obviously out of form players. This is another reason why Arsenal fans have been disgruntled with Wenger this season.

Arsenal set for STUNNING transfer swoop on Chelsea 0

Posted on April 27, 2016 by admin

If this latest of the usual mountain of Arsenal transfer rumours actually comes true it would surely put a smile back on the faces of the unhappy Arsenal fans who are planning another big protest at the ground this weekend after seeing the Gunners blow a great chance of ending the 12 year wait for a title.

But the smiles would come more because it would be a slap in the face for our London rivals Chelsea than genuine excitement about the signing of their young forward Dominic Solanke, who The Sun reports is a serious transfer target for Arsenal in the summer.

Arsenal team for West Brom clash – Giroud to start 0

Posted on April 21, 2016 by admin

Arsenal fans were delighted to get our England international striker Danny Welbeck back from his long term injury lay-off recently, and the former Man United man came back with a bang and after the shocking form in front of goal we have seen from Olivier Giroud since the turn of the year it was no surprise to see Welbeck starting ahead of the Frenchman.

But that initial burst of form and confidence has faded somewhat and Welbeck has been as guilty as any Gunner of missing chances of late and has not scored since the win at Everton over a month ago. That, combined with the expected defensive set-up of West Brom at the Emirates tonight, leads me to believe that Arsene Wenger could bring Giroud back into the starting line up tonight.

Wenger – Why Arsenal couldn’t win the League! 2

Posted on April 21, 2016 by Frank

Arsene Wenger has finally decided to tell Arsenal fans why we couldn’t win the Premier League this season and it’s all down to our opponents who defended too well when they came to the Emirates!

Last season the Gunners averaged 2.16 goals per home game, but this campaign it dropped to a measly 1.5, but it’s not because our strikers are useless. “Our home form has not been exceptional,” Wenger said. “Our away form has been good.

“We did not score enough goals at home, especially against Crystal Palace with the amount of possession we had.

Should Arsenal keep Arsene Wenger as manager for next season? 2

Posted on April 20, 2016 by Frank

Arsene Wenger has been a fantastic servant to Arsenal Football Club but is the Frenchman’s time at the club about to come to an end? Wenger has failed to inspire confidence at Arsenal since winning the Premier League back in 2004 but back-to-back FA Cup triumphs in the last two years have helped to ease the pressure on his shoulders.

However, the Gunners are on the verge of a trophy-less season and fans are rightfully angry at the lack of action taken by both the club and its manager. Wenger just doesn’t seem to have what it takes to lead Arsenal to the Premier League title and supporters are the ones to suffer most of all. Wenger still gets paid at the end of the day.

Arsene Wenger will probably sign a new Arsenal contract 1

Posted on April 17, 2016 by Frank

Arsene Wenger has already been Arsenal manager for the last 20 years, and has the incredible record of never having finished outside of the Top Four. One of his early stars and now Arsenal legend Martin Keown is certain that Wenger still has the hunger for success and will probably sign one more contract before he retires.

Arsenal transfer latest – DONE DEAL for Dortmund star? 1

Posted on April 04, 2016 by admin

The pressure from the Arsenal fans on Arsene Wenger to start matching the transfer spending of Premier League rivals like Man United and Chelsea has been around for years but it has definitely intensified over the course of this season as the usual injury crisis hit and Wenger’s decision not to sign any players really cost us.

I am not really sure whether the Frenchman takes much notice of the pressure from Arsenal fans but he must surely have seen that he needs to strengthen the squad to have a real chance of the Premier League title next season. According to The Sun he is already on the ball and appears to have already sealed the deal for one big signing in the summer, the Borussia Dortmund star Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

Wenger blames strikers and fixture congestion for Arsenal downfall 3

Posted on April 03, 2016 by Frank

Arsenal may not have given up completely on winning the title yet and are strongly hoping that Leicester suddenly lose their impetus in the title race. Arsenal were extremely convincing in yesterday’s 4-0 destruction of Watford, but when compared to our woeful defeat to the same side a few weeks ago it just shows that Wenger’s side is unbelievably inconsistent.

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