Arsenal face a massive game tonight against Atletico Madrid in the semi-final of the Europa League, and all the players are promising to give their all for Wenger so we can send him off in style, but what if they let him down, as they have in so many games this season?
I wish I had ten bob for every time I heard a fellow Arsenal fan say that we are only two players away from winning the title, and every summer we end up disappointed that the Gunners have not brought in the players we needed the most no matter how obvious the fact is.
There is the age-old discussion about whether Arsenal should play their very best team when they face Atletico Madrid over the two legs of the Europa League semi-final, with the first one coming tomorrow night at the Emirates. The Gunners will need to take a reasonable win from this one before going over to Madrid for the fiery second leg.
Every summer we are inundated by Arsenal transfer rumours linking Hector Bellerin with a return to Barcelona, despite the youngster signing a very long term contract just last season. Earlier this year it was even mooted that the Gunners have decided to sell the young Spaniard to boost the warchest for incoming players, and we need quite a few!
What has happened to Arsenal’s player development? by AndersS
I am convinced most of our players, young talents and established players alike, have a wish to do well in their careers. In a mix of individual ambition, ambition to win prestigious trophies with the club, and for some, even ambition to play on their national team and do well.
Is Luis Enrique the man for Arsenal? by Konstantin Mitov
A lot of names have been hovering around the press as a potential replacement for departing Wenger, but the bookies have their money set on former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique.
Arsene Wenger will lead his Arsenal side on to the pitch for tomorrow’s Europa League semi-final against Atletico Madrid in which will be his penultimate match at the Emirates before he leaves for pastures new.
Was the call for Arsene out justified or is there an alternative explanation for Arsenals demise? by Terry Barry
I wrote the following analysis 5 weeks ago (on 14th of March, 2018) and in the light of Arsene’s recent announcement – I ask were the fans and pundits calls for ‘Arsene Out’ justified or has he taken the hit for the failure of the money people at the Club to invest properly in the playing squad?