Whatever happened to excitement and Arsenal fans watching England play football? by Terry B
The Arsenal Puzzle; Connecting The Dots (Part Two) by Mategyero. P.S. If you missed part one, catch it here.
Why players leave.
On social networks, especially Facebook, Arsenal fans have turned their anger to players who have left the club calling them Judases and all sorts of names like ‘traitor’. The general perception is that these players lack team spirit. It could be so, it could be otherwise.
In a footballer’s perspective, they would want at the evening of their footballing career to look at hugely successful career especially if they are playing top-flight football for a club with the stature and history of Arsenal. A few medals, titles, and other accolades testify to this. Unfortunately, a player, let us say, who joined Arsenal in 2005 at 21 would have to wait until he is 31 in 2014 – which is an injustice on the part of the this player.
The Arsenal Puzzle; Connecting The Dots (Part One). by Mategyero
The best description of the state at Arsenal is ‘lack of ambition’. Nothing more. Seven years and counting but the team seems not to want any titles yet. I have been pondering on this issue for a while now – looking for someone to blame for the mess at the club, and am glad I got him (them) – the club directors who constitute the governing board of the club.
Reading 2-5 Arsenal Match Review by Ashley
Arsenal made it two league victories in a row, either side of a diabolical Capital One Cup game that saw us crash out to Bradford City.
Honestly I didn’t really know what to expect from Arsenal when they turned up to the majeski stadium. I thought the most likely sight would be a team that lacked confidence, teamwork ability and mental strength, however they proved me and I’m sure a lot of other people wrong.
IT HURTS !!! by Vinay
The subject line shouldnt be dismissed as an over the top reaction after the last few results we have had, this is an heart felt pain dwelling upon from some time.
Time to try a 4-4-2 formation by Ben
I have never written an article or used the world of blogs or Twitter to share my view on the club I love. However while a 2-1 loss at Old Traford is no disgrace the way Arsenal have been over the last month is. We may all have watched the comeback with Reading with amazement but this cannot paper over something that is very wrong at Arsenal.
West Ham United vs Arsenal — Back on track! by Joseph82
After the loss against Chelsea last week we had to bounce back this week, or see any hopes of being title contenders slip through our fingers before we’ve even started.
I was happy to see Giroud back up front, though felt it was a risk with Gervinho in such good form in the central striking role.
Arsenal started the match bright and were taking the game to West Ham, and this is what Arsenal is doing really well this season.
Just wanted to write about the two teams which go into battle this week and as the wait is getting longer and I am tired thinking of tactics, haha, I thought I can write a few thoughts about the contrast of the two teams.
No i didn’t mean Liverpool and United, frankly speaking I don’t care much what happens in that game though it will make me smile knowing United lost if they do so. For me the game that matters is City vs Arsenal. The game between the champions and probable contenders.
Sagna’s situation by Ashley
Bacary Sagna came out and slated Arsenal’s transfer activity when the window closed and now it’s being reported that the French fullback is majorly unhappy at Arsenal. The defender’s contract is up at the end of next season, so unless we can get him to change his mind and commit to a new deal this 2012 /2013 campaign, then he could be the major name leaving Arsenal in the 2013 summer transfer window.
by Manjunathan S