This Pic should have Arsenal fully Fired Up

Arsenal have three Premier League games before the next international break comes around in November, with a Capital One cup match and the visit to Bayern Munich in the Champions League thrown into the mix, and it really is vital that we take all nine points available to us.

Everton at home tomorrow is followed by the trip to Wales to face our bogey team Swansea City and then the Gunners are due to welcome, warmly of course, our north London rivals the spuds. You feel that Arsenal must take maximum points from these games and hopefully our main rivals Man City will drop a few over the same period because after that they will have their two main attacking dangers back.

WOW! Walcott´s finishing as good as Arsenal legend Henry!!

I am not making this up Arsenal fans and this is not some stat that has been cherry picked from a short space of time either, but over four years as an Arsenal player and it shows that the under fire England forward Theo Walcott is just as deadly in front of goal as the club´s all time record goalscorer Thierry Henry.

A Metro report shows the figures for Walcott´s last four seasons as a Gunner show his chance conversion rate in the Premier League (20 percent) is exactly the same as Henry´s were in his last four seasons at the club. The stats show that Giroud´s is 17 percent and Serio Aguero´s is 21 percent.

Is Arsenal’s Sanchez really better than Aguero?

Pellegrini: “Alexis Sánchez is Premier League’s best player…” by RC

This Sunday sees Manchester City welcome Arsenal to the Etihad in what promises to be a spicy encounter after last season’s 6-3 epic.

Back in September the two teams met at the Emirates in a hard fought 2-2 draw. A game which entertained the fans throughout and saw the debuts of both Frank Lampard and Danny Welbeck. Goals from Jack Wilshere, Martín Demichelis and one each by Alexis Sánchez and Sergio Agüero saw the two sides match each other blow for blow.

Forget about Fabregas – says Arsenal legend

Ray Parlour spent 14 years at Arsenal, winning three League titles and four FA Cups (and one European Cup-Winners Cup and a League Cup!), so he is entitled to have an opinion about the club in my eyes.

And his opinion is that we should NOT be looking to bring our old captain Cesc Fabregas back to the club if we are really looking to challenge for the title next season. He thinks we should be concentrating on the forward positions.

‘The problem with Fabregas is where do you put him in the team?” Parlour said.