Arsenal boss wrong with Liverpool transfer taunt?

As if the Premier League clash between Arsenal and Liverpool at the Emirates tonight was not already going to be hard fought enough, Arsene Wenger has ensured that Brendan Rodgers will be desperate for his players to get one over on us.

The Arsenal boss has chosen to have his say on the Raheem Sterling transfer saga and he has made it crystal clear, as reported by the Daily Mail, that he is on the side of the young England international.

Arsenal boss taunts Liverpool with Suarez – Sanchez comparison

Arsene Wenger may as well have just said, `look at what you could have won` as he compared the Arsenal and Chile international star Alexis Sanchez to the former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez ahead of the clash of the two clubs in the Premier League at Anfield tomorrow.

Suarez did not score against the Gunners on that fateful day last season when we come home to London with our tails between our legs after a painful 5-1 thrashing, but he was a vital part of their team and it has only become more and more obvious this season, as the scousers lurch from one bad day to another disaster, that Brendan Rodgers has failed miserably in his attempt to replace the Barcelona bound Uruguayan striker.

Balotelli OUT of Arsenal clash and Liverpool have injury problems too!

Arsene Wenger will surely feel confident that Arsenal can come away from Anfield with all three points on Sunday. The manager was probably already rubbing his hands together at the prospect of adding to Liverpool and Brendan Rodgers misery this season, but will be relishing the trip to Anfield even more now.

Sky Sports have reported the good news, for Arsenal, that Rodgers will have to do without his summer signing Mario Balotelli for the clash with the Gunners. The Italy international has received a one match nan from the FA after his dozy post on social media managed to offend Jewish and black people alike.

Are Arsenal really up against Alexis mark II on Sunday?

We know that the Arsenal and Chile international star Alexis Sanchez was wanted by Brendan Rodgers to fill the hole in the Liverpool attack left by the transfer of Luis Suarez to Barcelona in the summer. And we also know that the player he did sign, Mario Balotelli, has failed spectacularly to do the job.

But Rodgers has now claimed that he does have a player like our new Arsenal forward after all, in the tiny shape of Raheem Sterling. Perhaps the Anfield boss is trying to get the Gunners worried about what we will face on Sunday, but he has compared Sterling in his new role to Alexis, as reported by the Daily Express.

Arsenal transfer news another BIG blow for EPL rivals

I am sure that Arsenal fans everywhere will enjoy this latest piece of Arsenal transfer news and make sure that fans of our Premier League rivals Liverpool are well aware of it. After all, the red side of Liverpool had a field day taunting the Gunners over that infamous bid of £40 million and a pound for Luis Suarez.

Even their owner and manager got in on the act last summer, but I do not think they will be saying too much about the news from Spain, reported by The Mirror, about the details of the transfer of Alexis Sanchez from Barcelona to Arsenal this summer.

Liverpool not good enough for Suarez says Arsenal target’s friend

If reports from the media are to be believed, Arsenal have received a further boost in their pursuit of Liverpool’s Luis Suarez as the striker has reportedly told his Uruguay team mate Edinson Cavani that he is not very impressed by Liverpool’s new signings and that the Merseyside club still cannot compete for Champions League football.

Just last week, another Uruguay team-mate of the Liverpool ace decided to speak his mind about the on-going saga surrounding his compatriot. Former Manchester United striker Diego Forlan claimed that Luis Suarez could fire Arsenal to the title and seemed to be urging the Gunners into making another move for him. With Forlan having done his job, it seems as though it is now Cavani’s turn. Speaking to the media, the PSG striker said:

Should Arsenal be more concerned about the dark side of Suarez?

It’s occurred to me that the majority of Arsenal fans are very keen on signing Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, after reports over the last few weeks have suggested that Arsenal have bid twice for the Uruguayan striker. Both bids have been made public by the Liverpool management team of Rodgers, Ayre and Henry, all choosing to voice their opinion on the matter but something has crept up to my attention.

Arsenal Face Competition For Top Midfield Target

Arsenal are due to face competition in their attempts to sign Montpellier’s attacking midfielder Younes Belhanda, as the new Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has put the Morocco international on top of his wish-list.

Arsene Wenger has been looking high and wide for a top attacking midfielder he can bring to the club, but he hasn’t had much luck until now. Ever since Fabregas and Nasri left the club the French manager has been looking to find top quality replacements for them, and found an amazing player in Mikel Arteta after bringing him from Everton, but Wilshere’s season-long injury didn’t help his cause at all.

Rodgers – Swansea beat Arsenal at their own game

The Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers has tried very hard to get his team playing the passing game made famous by Arsenal, and he is over the moon that his team of unknowns beat Arsenal’s stars at their own game.

In the first half, Swansea were so successful that they had over 65% of the possession, a figure very rarely seen against Arsenal and Rodgers couldn’t help but praise his players.

“It’s something we all inherently believe in and we’ve had success with it,” he said. “The players show great courage to pass the ball, sometimes we make mistakes but I’ve got a great belief they can play and pass, even against the best teams.