While a lot of Arsenal fans, myself included, have been a bit concerned of late about the lack of chances that the Gunners have been creating, the fact that we still have not lost in the Premier League since the first game of the season and that we got our title challenge back on track with the win over Bournemouth on Sunday should be some comfort.
Alexis Sanchez was voted to be Arsenal’s Vitality Player of the Month for September, but should Walcott have been the winner?
The Chilean won the award with 39.4% of the fans vote, while Theo picked up the second-most votes with 23.2% of your backing, but interestingly the Premier League Player of the Month award had only one Gunner shortlisted, and the English forward was the one involved.
Does Wenger or the Arsenal board ever learn from their far eastern mistakes? by GW
I really, really thought that perhaps Arsene Wenger had finally learned the way to win the league again and to buy what we need, do it quickly and in his final season knowing his legacy is in tact. I think few would be unhappy with that.
Arsenal have endured a disappointing second-half of the season, and as the campaign draws to an end, we thought we’d analyse the current crop of players we have in our midst.
Arsenal dropped more points at the weekend, leaving us in the fourth and final Champions League place, and are losing grip on our place in next season’s elite competition.
The Gunners failed to make the most of their chances this weekend, which allowed Crystal Palace to walk away from the Emirates with a point, while Manchester City leapfrogged us into third in the table.
West Ham are reported to be keen on landing one of our English contingent this summer, with Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain linked with the exit door.
Both players arrived from Southampton as young future stars, but neither are regular starters for our club, and I’m torn as to whether I would mind seeing the back of them.
Should Gazidis get on the phone to Manuel Pellegrini? By Twig
Arsenal fans have become used to Arsene Wenger ‘not seeing’ crucial incidents on the pitch involving his players, but he quite clearly saw Matthieu Flamini’s tackle on Dan Gosling and he believes that Flamini should have got a free kick rather than a yellow card.