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How can Arsenal cope for 10 weeks without Podolski? 1

Posted on August 29, 2013 by Bob

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.

AK – What Lewandowski wish shows Arsenal fans about Podolski 3

Posted on June 22, 2013 by Bob

What Podolski’s go get Lewandowski plea means By AondoaverK

The report that Lukas Podolski has expressed a desire to see Robert Lewandowski at Arsenal says a lot about him and what Arsenal really needs at this point. First, Lukas’ statement is a show of great loyalty before it is any other thing. It also reveals that he is an unselfish player who is happy to see another person take the central striking role every forward seems to desire. A plea to get Lewandowski is a clear desire on his part to stay and help Arsenal to succeed.

Adrian: Why Arsenal will win a trophy next season – and who will leave this summer? 11

Posted on April 29, 2013 by admin

Why Arsenal Will Mount A Title Challenge For The 2013/2014 Season: A Complete Analysis by Adrian SR

Nnoruka – Arsenal MUST be more direct against Bayern 2

Posted on February 19, 2013 by Bob

If Arsenal are to win against Bayern Munich and begin a credible progress up the EPL table, in the hope of making it to the 4th position, we must go out and play positive attacking football. It will not do to continue business as usual, passing the ball forward and backward, being patient and waiting for the chance for an elegant breakthrough to score the wonder goal.

Maddy- Arsenal need to give Arshavin a chance to shine! 7

Posted on February 06, 2013 by Bob


Most of you might think I am crazy….when I call the little Russian a hero, but I am a die hard Andrey Arshavin fan, and Arsenal have seen what an impact he can make if you give him time. This season Arshavin has hardly played at all, and if he did feature it was for about 10 minutes. How can you except a player who has not played all season to perform in 10 minutes??

Most of the Arsenal fans, and Arsene Wenger, are not looking at the Arshavin he could be if given a chance….

John Collard – Are Arsenal now a Laughing Stock? 10

Posted on December 12, 2012 by Bob

Hi gooners

I feel your pain and where do we start. Yesterday in my 32 years of being a Arsenal fan was without a shadow of a doubt one of the most embarrassing moments I’ve ever witnessed. Man Utd 8-2 is up there as just another one of the famous games that is great for the neutral fan but for us another dark day in the shadows.

John Collard- Are Podolski and Arshavin wasted at Arsenal? 15

Posted on October 30, 2012 by Bob

Hello Gooners I hope all is well.

Today I have a question, I’m not trying to be clever or looking for an argument. All I want is your opinion or view on who I believe are two of are finest players at the club. (That’s right Arshavin as well.) Now lets be fair on my views because some of you rated Alex Song very highly and for me he was over rated but at times did a job.

Joseph82- Arsenal going from strength to strength 7

Posted on September 25, 2012 by Bob

Manchester City vs Arsenal

It was a slow start to the season for us, a draw against Sunderland, many started thinking that this season was going to be a long one for Arsenal.Then followed a draw to Stoke City and the Match of The Day pundits were writing Arsenal off!

Following a win against Liverpool at Anfield and a very convincing win against Southampton at home, the pundits views of Arsenal have soon changed. Midweek last week we got of to a good start in the Champions League with a win against Montpellier.

Arsenal’s second season signings set to improve us even further 4

Posted on August 12, 2012 by admin

FLAMBE by Siddharth

Elvis once said, “When things go wrong, don’t go with them”.

Arsenal’s transfer windows have been the subjects of hours of debate for the last many seasons. This one however has been a revelation, at least so far. I won’t dwell into how great I think the new signings are, enough has been said already and I think it’s important to keep expectations realistic. These guys are coming to a new team, a new country and a new system of football; don’t expect them to be set the world alight straight away. There is no doubt that the signings have been wonderful, supremely talented individuals who will eventually become a big part of the club but even the best wines take a while to mature.

Ketch: My Analysis of Arsenal’s New Boys – The Good, the Bad and the Excellent! 13

Posted on April 04, 2012 by admin

My Analysis of Arsenal’s 2011/2012 transfers by Ketch

I’ve wanted to do this post for a while. Over the 2011 summer we saw Arsenal bring in 9 players, who were Gervinho, Jenkinson, Chamberlain, Campbell, Mertesacker, Park, Santos, Benayoun and Arteta.

Gervinho, the winger bought from the French champions Lille has brought a directness to Arsenal’s game which I feel was lacking last season, as he always looks to get past his marker and seems quite comfortable on both feet. The winger had a bad debut in the premiership, in which he got sent off for slapping Joey Barton (I think we can let him off for that) but apart from that game, I believe he started his career with Arsenal well, as he set RVP up for the goal against Udinese in the champions league qualifiers and scored a few goals himself against the likes of Stoke and Blackburn.

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