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John Collard: Why would Arsenal want Cesc when we’ve got Jack? 5

Posted on September 07, 2012 by admin

Hello fellow gooners. by John Collard

Today I would like to talk about one of the finest talents to come out of England in a long time. But first to people that will come on here and say don’t put pressure on the young lad (Well that’s a joke) Jack Wilshere thrives on pressure and he did that night when we beat Barcalona and the likes of Iniesta and Xavi couldn’t cope with the lad from Hitchin. The media and his fellow football professionals has set the bar for him already so my little blog im sure will not add any more on his shoulders. Jack Wilshere is absolute class and Liam Brady, one of Arsenals finest ever midfield players, has come out very open and said we have something very special here.

Luke – The Amount Of Talented Youth Prospects At Arsenal Is Frightening 12

Posted on August 07, 2012 by admin

The future is looking bright, to say the least – By Luke Shephard

The recent news that Serge Gnabry, the fantastic German winger, was travelling with the Arsenal squad to face Koln has made me think. How much young talent actually is there at Arsenal? I mean, there has always been people saying “The future looks bright for Arsenal” as they always appear to have a bunch of young players pushing for places in the first team, but the numbers of young players now is just ridiculous.

John Collard-What is your best Arsenal moment? 6

Posted on August 03, 2012 by admin

Hello Gooners (I hope all is well)

What has been your greatest moment.

Hello guys. Today I would like to move in a more positive note and ask what your favourite memories from your support of Arsenal are. It don’t matter if you are 12 or 100. It’s about time we had a blog that makes everyone agree on fond memories. This blog is for you to mention your best moment of being a Gooner, should it be a funny moment or even a signing.

Nitesh: Arsenal’s English quartet – the 4 young players that will spearhead our club into the new age 9

Posted on May 13, 2012 by Nitesh

Hii guys, and a very good morning to you and your family. The last day of Premier League action beckons today so I hope you had a good sound sleep, and refrained from watching your usual horror movie last night.

But today, I’m not going to live in the present and stress on how important this game is for us. I’ve already done that over the past week or so, and I’m pretty sure that others will be doing so on their respective blogs. Today, I want to play soothsayer, and talk about a quartet of young English players that, if all turns out well, will be at the head of everything Arsenal does in the next decade.

John Collard: Just how big will Jack Wilshere be for Arsenal? 14

Posted on February 24, 2012 by Nitesh

Hello Gooners, my next subject is regards to what I believe will be a football phenomenon.
I thought a change of direction is needed towards a more positive note after the season we have had so far. Jack for me has the ability to be the greatest midfield player in the world. I have played a lot of football myself and seen some great players and I’m going to put my neck on the line and say we have something special here. Technically as good as Cesc, raw natural talent is better and the limits for progress could go very far. The raw talent of this lad is outstanding by far in my opinion are best midfield player. Arteta is a great player but Jack has the attributes to adapt to a much higher level.

Nitesh: Are Arsenal over-burdening another young player like they did to Wilshere? 16

Posted on February 03, 2012 by Nitesh

Last season, we saw Wilshere play much more than his share of games. If memory serves me right, he played in 49 games in all competitions over the course of the year, which is too much even for an experienced player. Those games took their toll this year, with him being sidelined dut to long-term injuries, and his body collapsing when it’s on the road to recovery….

Matthew: Who will Jack Wilshere replace in the Arsenal starting XI? 33

Posted on January 14, 2012 by Nitesh

With Jack Wilshere due to make his long awaited return to first team action towards the end of January, Arsene Wenger now faces the difficult task of deciding who will lose their starting spot in a team that has been so consistent of late. Arsenal currently plays with a three man midfield, though it should be noted that Jack does not play as a defensive midfielder, a role that Alex Song currently holds, resultantly Arsene must decide if he is to replace Mikel Arteta or Aaron Ramsey.

SVGunner: Okay so Arsenal drew – but when Podolski, Wilshere and Diaby are in the team….. 11

Posted on December 28, 2011 by admin

Where do we go now? by SVGunner

So, another draw on the board, a draw which tells us that our great run is properly over. Our form at the moment is DWWLWD. That is 11 points from a possible 18; it is not terrible, but we could reasonably have expected 15. Today’s game, especially, was disappointing.

Who are the unrecognized stars in Arsenal? Midfielders today… [Continuation] 11

Posted on December 25, 2011 by Nitesh

by Nitesh

Yesterday, I had done a post on the defenders at Arsenal, and how they are constantly undermined by most of the footballing fraternity. Today, I’ll focus on Arsenal’s midfield, which has always been the envy of other teams. The pretty triangles, the tippy-tappy passes, the dancing feet– Arsenal midfielders used to have it all. In the last few years, it’s somehow waned a bit, but I believe it’s returning in all its glory.

Andrei – Arsenal Team News Ahead of Dortmund Match 2

Posted on November 23, 2011 by admin

Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger is happy to announce that the squad is almost fully fit. Except for long term absentees Bacary Sagna and Jack Wilshere, everybody in the squad will be fit and ready to play soon.

“From Saturday everybody is available. We lost Tomas Rosicky in training, he has been replaced by Abou Diaby. Rosicky has a small thigh strain.”, said the manager

“I am very happy. It’s been a little bit quicker than expected because he looked good in training, so it’s good to have him back. He has not played one minute since the start of the season and had his surgery in June, so it’s good news to have him back.”

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