August 19, 2012 by
Given how the match against Sunderland turned out and the subsequent explosion of angry tweets and messages that followed, you would think Arsenal fans had suddenly lost all hope for gaining any trophies this season.
I wouldn’t go to those extremes just yet, but let me be completely brutal by suggesting that, as one of the worlds richest clubs, finishing in the top four or five is simply not acceptable, and given how the season started I can see why so many fans are upset. Yesterday’s match was seen as a repeat of last season. With star players gone, we needed a win to affirm some faith back in the club! Read more...
August 13, 2012 by
Who will win the premier league? by Vinay
Its the Premier League all over again, its staring at our face and it all starts this weekend. Two and half months of waiting, endless media speculation of who is coming and who is going, 3 great signings and one waiting to leave, whatever be the case, its that time of the year to clear your throats and shout- “Come on Arsenal”.
Lets look at potentially how the league will span out for the next 10 months and analyze in brief who has the best chance of winning the league. Read more...
July 27, 2012 by
I wish you all very well. Today is just a small blog from myself and I’m asking you guys what I have asked many times before. Can we now not see that our club is being wrecked buy a board that only has desire to make money? Wenger has taken so much abuse from some of the people on this site, but I’m telling I am 100 percent sure the board have said, (Right Wenger, we will give you this to spend and just keep us in the top 6). Even if you read Van Persie’s statement, he speaks highly of Wenger but chooses not to mention the men upstairs. Wenger has made it clear that he wants to keep Van Persie until his contract expires. So does this now not put all the rubbish to one side and tell us it’s not Wengers fault? Read more...
July 25, 2012 by
Who does Wenger think he is fooling when he says that he believes that Arsenal can win the league?
When there was a level playing field Arsenal could proudly boast to being a top team, capable of winning the league and every other competition; but with the arrival of the oligarch to West London and the sheikh to Manchester, everything changed.
Abramovich threw hundreds of millions at his pet project and if something didn’t work he threw it away and started again.
Sheikh Mansour has done exactly the same at Manchester City; the difference being that part of the building process has involved taking some of Arsenal’s best talent. Read more...
June 04, 2012 by
Arsene Wenger faces a big problem which he doesn’t really seem to care about. Backary Sagna’s second leg break in the same year, didn’t only mean that he is out of the summer’s European tournament, but also that Arsenal are now weaker on the right side of the defense.
Sagna will surely have a few moments of confusion before going into a tackle as hard as he used to after suffering two leg breaks, so even though Arsene Wenger might not want to face his problems, he may be forced to do so later in the coming season season (again). Read more...
May 29, 2012 by
Arsenal lose out on Eden Hazard by David F.
Twitter has been sent into a frenzy by the announcement by the long-term Arsenal target Eden Hazard that he has chosen his destination for the foreseeable future. Speculation is rife that it is Chelsea who he has picked, due to the fact that they offer him Champions League football and ‘a guaranteed starting place’.
Last week, his agent John Bico stated that he had agreed terms with all three clubs (Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea). It was left to the player himself to decide which of those clubs matched his ambition and desires. Lille’s manager also stated that there was a mystery fourth club who had entered the race, though there has been no follow up news on that. Read more...
May 28, 2012 by
Kalou: Would He Really be That Bad a Signing by JTArsenal
Just like many Arsenal fans, I was worried when I heard that Kalou was being linked to us. It seemed like signing another under-performing striker was exactly the opposite of what we needed to improve. The case is still the same, I will hastily add. Adding another to the ever increasing list of under-performing strikers at the Emirates currently would be a pointless move. However hopefully players like Bendtner, Chamakh and Park will be offloaded this summer leaving some space for a player like Kalou to slot in. And after taking a look at some of his stats, I feel he will be able to provide more depth to the squad than I initially thought. Read more...
May 23, 2012 by
I read an article on justarsenalfans.com yesterday asking a question on Why Arsenal cannot compete with the likes of City and Chelsea. Here are the reasons:
Inadequate Wage Structure: Read more...
April 27, 2012 by
If you have studied wars, you should by now know that chance is vitally a determinant factor. Even in the Napoleonic wars, it was luck which married Napoleon until he decided to attack Moscow. That’s when they divorced.
Chelsea’s progress to the UCL Final is not something to water down. Oh yeah, some say it was luck, others think that Chelsea played like traditional Englishmen etc, but all these hardly matter now. The truth is, Chelsea could be the next European Champions. How’s that for a joke?
Even with a perverted season, Chelsea has something to laugh about. Even with the old-worn-out players, Chelsea is in the UCL Final. Read more...
April 25, 2012 by
First I must congratulate Chelsea for their gutsy performance. Second, the only thing that I can say about John Terry is this “Stupid is what Stupid does”. Third, Arsenal should celebrate Chelsea’s win because they will not win the Champions League and we will maintain our place in the standings. Fourth, Chelsea should thank Real Madrid for pushing Barcelona to exhaustion, by selling them Fernando Torres for one dollar. Fifth, we will finish in third. Sixth, Barcelona is on a downward spiral and will have to deal with their aging squad’s egos thus creating more opportunities for other clubs. Seventh, Fabregas does not look like he is having a great time as he says he is. He was frigging subbed off. Never would have happened at Arsenal during such very very important games. Eighth, their youth system is producing and the mix looks interesting but not invincible. Ninth, I want refree Cakir to refree all of Arsenal vs Barcelona’s games. Heck, all of the games versus the big clubs in the Premier League. He was a big part of why Chelsea won. He was fair. Tenth, Sir Robin of Arsenal won trophies so he should stay at Arsenal. Congratulations Sir Robin, it is much deserved. We need the Gurkas to protect him from Man City, Milan, Inter Milan, Juventus, Barcelona, Real Madrid and god knows which other club you could think of. The Gurkas can stop any offers being handed to him in a brown envelope. Read more...