Wenger – Why Arsenal couldn’t win the League!

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.

All Gunners fired up to prove Arsenal defeat was a just a BLIP

As Arsenal finally endured their first defeat in two months with a 2-1 loss against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions’ League group stages, the alarms suddenly went off in the media, who were quick to jump the gun and state that Arsenal’s high time could soon be coming to an end. However let it be assured that the game won’t be too troublesome for the Gunners and if anything it won’t be a downfall that lasts for the long term.

Arsenal v Crystal Palace team news and preview – Goals Galore

This weekend Arsenal return to Premier League football after enduring a disappointing midweek Champions’ League group match against Borussia Dortmund. The German opposition didn’t exactly run riot at the Emirates and ultimately we were unfortunate to lose the game, however it is now important that the team focuses on the next match, a fixture to newly promoted Premier League side Crystal Palace.

Don’t Panic! Arsenal will fly with Walcott, Podolski and Ox back!

Arsenal’s 2-1 defeat at the hands of Borussia Dortmund was certainly undeserved and I felt a draw would have been the fairest outcome however that isn’t the case and now the team must move on to focus on the game against Crystal Palace this weekend.

One thing that came to my attention was the fact that Arsenal certainly did put out a good team, one that perhaps doesn’t better a Dortmund team full of players like Gundogan, Hummels and Lewandowski, but certainly reaches a similar par to it. In previous years I wouldn’t have felt confident in saying that however now with the additions of the likes of Giroud, Podolski, Cazorla and Ozil over the past two years and of course alongside the players we already had, shows that we are beginning to piece a really good team together.

Pressure at Arsenal? Bring it on says Giroud

Olivier Giroud has certainly been one of Arsenal’s best players so far this campaign and its high flying form in front of goal that has not just won the Gunners all 3 points on a few occasions but also helped take the club to the top of the Barclay’s Premier League.

When Arsenal signed Giroud last year, he wasn’t exactly a well known star however his form had been highly recognised in France, becoming the top goal scorer for that season and leading Montpellier to the title. However despite the fact he was impressive in France there were still doubts to whether or not the 27 year old would be able to make it in England and perform to the same standard.

Arsenal stuck with “disappointed” Bendtner, but where is Park?

On what was consider to be a pretty exciting day with the news and rumours of Mesut Ozil’s imminent arrival at the club, many forgot that what was meant to be happening in terms of players leaving the club and in fact, Arsenal have been left with what many consider as a massive blow on transfer deadline day with the news that we failed to ship out Nicklas Bendtner.

Bendtner has been touted to leave the Emirates stadium all summer, and was listed as one of the many many players we had as deadwood at Arsenal, however every single one of them managed to find a new club aside from two players Park and Bendtner.

Campbell could finally get Arsenal chance after work permit granted

The Arsenal striker Joel Campbell has announced via his official Twitter account that he has been granted a work permit to play in England next term, suggesting that his future could remain in England after all. There had been some previous speculation that the Costa Rican international would be permanently leaving the Gunners, after still not securing a work permit to play in England two years after we signed him. However now Campbell looks likely to remain in England, although it looks like he could go on loan again. A reported target for Crystal Palace, Campbell will have to weigh up his options for a loan deal this summer, because there is littl chance that he will remain at Arsenal for the upcoming 2013/14 season.