Time to let the Arsenal team do their job!

The season is far from over with Arsenal facing the crucial run-in where they can cement an automatic place in next seasons Champions League, or even (you never know!) actually end the season as Champions of England!

They deserve the support of the fans to do their very best right until the last minute of the last match, and for that to happen we need the fans to put aside their differences with Arsene Wenger, whatever they percieve his faults to be, and let the players get on with doing their job without protests and complaints.

Should Arsenal take Flamini or Barry?

First of all, I think that Arsenal should be trying to complete the transfer of a player in the class of Marouane Fellaini of Everton or Lars Bender of Bayer Leverkusen, but as the Rolling Stones once said, you can’t always get what you want.

Two players who have been mentioned recently in transfer rumours with the Gunners are Gareth Barry from Manchester city and now our former player Mathieu Flamini. The 29-year old Frenchman is seeking a return to the Premier League, as long as it is with a club that will challenge for the title.

Eden Hazard reveals ‘Premiership dream’ to team-mates

The Lille captain Ryo Mavuba wants to see the club’s star player Eden Hazard stay another season with the French despite being very tempted by several Premiership clubs.

According to Mavuba, Hazard spoke about his dream to join the Premiership to improve his game further, and Arsenal are only one of the Premiership sides interested in him.

“Eden is very talented and he is one of the most physically powerful players I have met in my career.

“He is always perfecting his shots in practice and he will be a big star.

Wenger Declares Premiership And Champions League Fight Is On

Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger praises the team which got the Gunners out of the bad spot in the first half of the season, Swansea. The first leg against Swansea from the beginning of the league was seen like a true turning point for Arsenal who managed to come back from a string of losses and very bad games and build on the win they got against Swansea.

Frenchman Wenger also declared that Arsenal will battle for all the titles available and that they will have to do their best to fight for the Premiership, Champions League and FA Cup.

Wenger Doesn’t Want A Transfer Window

Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger seems to think that having the January transfer window opening should be out of the question for the Premiership because it makes things very difficult.

According to the Frenchman it’s hard for both players and managers to keep a hold of their players and have them motivated throughout the first half of the season knowing that January will eventually come and get the players out of trouble if they’re not playing.

“I am for scrapping the January transfer window.

“Either you leave it ­completely open or you close it completely, but now it’s in-between where everybody becomes nervous in November until the end of January.

Ramsey – We must not relax against Fulham

Arsenal’s centre midfielder Aaron Ramsey is certain that Arsenal will have to treat the Fulham game as serious as possible in order to get the maximum number of points out of it.

“It’s important to take this game as seriously as we take any other game,” he told Arsenal.com

“This is going to be a tough test for us but I’m confident that we can get all three points. Hopefully we can do that.”

“Fulham have proven themselves to be a good team over the seasons and they won’t make it easy for us. But I think with the form that we’re in at the moment and the quality we have, we can get all three points.”