Arsenal recently released an article on their club website Arsenal.com, which stated the club’s financial situation for the previous season, ending in May 2013. And although the figures may not have been as impressive as previous years, the club still made a profit in excess of £6 million, and ultimately there’s more good news for the Gunners, with the announcement that Arsenal plan to continue spending the money!
It’s no longer a secret that ÖZIL is an Arsenal player, as he rightly said `I am a Gunner` yesterday, and one thing which must be noted in this interview of his is that he thinks Arsenal are gooner challenge for the title. For those who have not read the full transcript, here it is:
Ozil said, “I don’t want to say anything bad about Madrid because I had three wonderful years there. I have great friends there. We achieved a lot with the club and [won] trophies. That is why I don’t want to talk a lot about it.
Well this is the first article on Arsenal that I have written and there are a lot of things I wanted to write, but the major thing that I have been seeing is the fact that every one has concerns as to how the team will look come our next match and who will start and who will not.
The major factor that most of us are forgetting right now is the number of tournaments Arsenal are a part of. This is not always a major factor, but this season is, because of the fact that they would like to win one, and the growing pressure from fans to do so.
Wenger is a genius by The Nigerian Gooner
Hello happy gunners all over the world, with the deadline signing And the best signing of the window in the form of Mesut Ozil to Arsenal, Every Arsenal fan should be happy with the club and Wenger, for the value for money and class shown in one window, Yet!! Some fans are still complaining.
Its transfer deadline day!
Transfer deadline day has finally arrived and for Arsenal, it didn’t look too promising however a change of events overnights has brought excitement to our ears, with one player in particularly in advanced negotiations with Arsenal.
All summer, Arsene Wenger has sat back and tried, but clearly not hard enough to sign players and just when it looked like all hope was lost, a North London derby win has boosted the team up and it also seems Wenger has been up with the coffee all night long! Hopefully it’s going to be a fantastic day with several big names surrounding the club!
Arsene Wenger has reiterated that he will never work at Arsenal under a director of football. Is this good or bad for the club? by Stefan
I believe overall that the manager should have as much control over the club as possible. The manager is the person who gets results and who creates the team that gets the results. I dislike clubs who install directors of football that overrule the manager on every decision possible. An example of this is Joe Kinnear at Newcastle.
Yesterday, it was reported that Bendtner’s pure stubbornness had meant that he had rejected another chance to leave Arsenal, despite his desperation to never play for the Gunners again. Then there was a statement that suggested Crystal Palace may be interested in signing him, but now there’s even a chance that he could play for Arsenal again this season!
Lukas Podolski has been told he won’t be able to return from injury for up to 10 weeks. For those of you who don’t know, he picked up the injury in our last game which was a 2-0 win against Turkish side Fenerbache in the Champions League play off second leg.
This injury is a massive blow for the team. He and Aaron Ramsey have been the two stand-out players so far this season but we have lost the German for a very long time now. This situation is made even worse by the fact that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is also out injured for a long time which means we are going into uncharted territory on our left wing.
I think Arsenal fans should remember Marouane Chamakh more fondly. To do that though you need to just remember his first six months at the club. If you think back to when he joined on a free transfer, people were quite excited about his arrival in North London. We heard great things from France, sure he was never a deadly prolific striker but he was a great all round supporting striker.
Well after weeks of sitting on the sofa, holding hands, watching her favourite soaps and reruns of blind hate, it’s finally the start of the new season for Arsenal. Now I’m not gonna go on about lack of transfers, the poor start, the manager or the board.
The most important thing about all this is what it is doing to the heartbeat of OUR great club, the FANS. In articles, replies and voices, there is anger, despair and all things in between. This is truly the saddest part of what is happening at Arsenal football club, because without these amazing SUPPORTERS giving there HARD earned money and time, the future looks bleak.