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Wenger thinks Man United are desperate! 0

Posted on July 25, 2015 by Pat

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has questioned the transfer policy of Manchester United. He went on to suggest that the club has moved away from its principles in pursuit of short-term glory.

For some, especially the supporters of United or the neo-rich clubs, it looked like a statement of distress from the Arsenal manager. But, if you actually dig a little deep down and try to find the logical reason, you will understand the nitty-gritties.

Wenger – Leave Giroud alone! 1

Posted on May 06, 2015 by admin

“Remember what people said about you?” Wenger fired back at Henry by MH

Wenger has put the ex-Arsenal hero Thierry Henry in his place by reminding him that he was also told he could never become a world-class player, and he was over the line in his criticism of Olivier Giroud.

In the wake of Arsenal’s 0-0 draw against Chelsea, Henry bluntly claimed that his ex boss need to rebuild the spine of team as he suggested at least four new world-class players required in order to challenge Chelsea for Title next year. He specially pin pointed that with Giroud leading the line for Arsenal, they would never win the league, as he categorically said he don’t think Giroud is not good enough to lead the Arsenal’s title charge.

Arsene Wenger refuses to sign another striker…. 0

Posted on August 29, 2014 by Pat

The Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has rubbished the idea of signing another striker. by OG

When asked about the reports of the injured standing striker Oliver Giroud, the Arsenal boss said in response that there is no need in filling the vacuum left by the Frenchman.

Wenger said: “We have many players that fits into the position, such as world cup winner Lukas Poldoski, Yaya Sanogo and also (when the England international returns to fitness) Theo Walcott, and summer deal Alexis Sanchez who can fit in well”

Arsenal CAN and MUST improve title odds by standing up to Everton 0

Posted on August 23, 2014 by Bob

Just like last season, most of the pundits are writing off the chances of Arsenal winning the Premier League title before we have even got started. And the likes of Michael Owen, Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher are using the same old reasons to back up their predictions. Namely, that Arsenal have not the power and fighting qualities we need to stand up to the likes of Chelsea and Man City.

A heartfelt apology to Arsene Wenger from an Arsenal fan! 2

Posted on July 11, 2014 by admin

Apology To Wenger by OE

Good day to all the Arsenal Fans out there, I’m an AKB; I once wrote an article slating Wenger but It wasn’t because I doubted his capabilities but because we were so close to winning the EPL last season, and when the series of injuries came, I couldn’t understand why we did not reinforce. It felt like the right thing to do at that point, but I realized that any player we had opted for would have been a temporary solution & not a permanent one. So to Wenger I render my sincerest apologies.

Arsenal fans should ignore the odds and believe! 0

Posted on March 21, 2014 by Bob

There is a theory that the bookies are always right, but if that was true, Arsenal would be around mid-table and out of the FA cup by now. The media and so-called football experts have been predicting doom and disaster for Arsenal since the season began, but they also predicted that Tottenham would rule north London this season and knock us out of the Champions League places, so what do they know?

Err……What if Arsenal DON’T win a trophy? 0

Posted on March 11, 2014 by admin

Don’t forget Bradford and Birmingham by Peter Rooke

I know that all Arsenal fans are very exhilirated right now with being the VERY hot favourites to win the FA Cup, while still being in with a shout in the Premier League and the Champions League (for today anyway!) but someone has been brave enough to stick their heads above the parapet and asked the crazy question…WHAT IF….?

Okay he is not an Arsenal fan, in fact he probably hates Arsenal, just as much as we hate him, but Andy Gray has asked how Gooners will feel if we have another Wembley blowout like we did against Birmingham a few years ago:

Is United striker the right support for Giroud at Arsenal? – A.T. 1

Posted on November 08, 2013 by Bob

If reports from the English media are to be believed, Arsenal are lining up a shock January move for Manchester United forward Javier Hernandez. The Gunners’ boss Arsene Wenger is understood to have made signing a striker his first priority and is poised for a move once the transfer window re-opens in the new year.

According to the report from the Daily Mail, Arsenal’s scouting system has kicked into overdrive to find a suitable alternative for Olivier Giroud up front and has identified Manchester United’s Hernandez as the ideal choice. The report also goes on to say that Arsene Wenger has sent out several ‘scouting missions’ to watch the progress of the Mexican international and has an extensive dossier prepared on the 25-year-old.

Arsenal face BIG risk and reward dilemma in Dortmund – A.H. 0

Posted on November 06, 2013 by Bob

Ahead of the 4th Champions’ League group stage game of this year’s campaign, Arsenal are faced with the difficult task of winning in Germany against Borussia Dortmund. Dortmund of course beat Arsenal in London a little over two weeks ago, however with the Gunners now in Germany for today’s game, Arsenal must go all out to make sure we still stand a chance of topping the group.

The defeat to Borussia Dortmund was particularly disappointing because the counter attacking goal was not only a sloppy goal to concede but also because it came at a time where we were in control and looked like the more likely to score. A draw probably would have been the fairest result however that’s football and now Arsenal must hit back.

Arsenal’s league cup exit is blessing in disguise!! – A.H. 2

Posted on October 31, 2013 by Bob

Arsenal and Arsene Wenger have always been quick to deny that there is a long standing problem that is preventing the club from achieving success and for many years people have been quick to blame Wenger himself. Then it quickly became apparent that it might have something to do with majority shareholder Stan Kroenke, or even now ex chairman Peter Hill-Wood, but in fact I don’t think it’s anything to do with this.

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