Category Archives: Arsenal News

Former Gunner Vieira frustrated at Arsenal coaching role snub

Patrick Vieira has admitted that he is annoyed that he was never given the chance to become a coach at Arsenal when deciding to hang up his playing boots.

The former Gunners captain was allowed to leave the club to join Juventus, which was later revealed as decided because the progression of Cesc Fabregas was more important to the club at the time.

View From The Enemy – Stoke Defender keen to extend clean sheet record at Arsenal

This week’s View From The Enemy comes from the Stoke Sentinel, and focuses on an interview with the Dutch defender Bruno Martins Indi who only moved to Stoke in the summer. After two clean sheets in a row against Watford and Burnley, he is feeling confident in his fellow defenders ahead of the trip to Arsenal where they haven’t won a game for 35 years. Read on…..,

Wenger worryingly admits that ALL Big Clubs lose Big Players

All the papers have been full of rumours about Arsenal’s long-running contract talks with our two top players, Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil, and in responses Arsene Wenger has released a worrying statement about the futures of our two biggest stars.

Will Arsenal really let Ozil and Alexis run down their contracts?

There was some interesting statements from Arsene Wenger in today’s Arsenal v Stoke City pre-match press conference, and the one that most of the media took up on was what Le prof said about the ongoing contract discussions with our two star players, Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez.

So Far So Good – Could this really be Arsenal’s season?

Many Arsenal fans are feeling quietly confident that the Gunners can go all the way this season after coming through the usual Nasty November unscathed, and one Gunners legend, David Seaman, is growing in belief that this could be our season at last, in fact he is desperate for Arsene Wenger’s side to go all the way.

Alexis Sanchez wants to be Arsenal legend (so cough up Gunners)

I do not want to hear any talk about the Arsenal and Chile international striker Alexis Sanchez being greedy for wanting a hefty pay rise in order to convince him to sign a new contract, or Mesut Ozil for that matter. Arsenal may not be known for splashing the cash but if that is what it takes to keep our two best players then so be it.

Will Arsenal’s Champions League luck hold for knockout draw?

I have often been accused of making excuses for a poor Arsenal result by blaming our bad luck, whether it be the usual injury crisis, some decisions by the referee, an unfavourable cup draw or just the general rub of the green. I am certainly not going to do that about the Gunners’ campaign in the Champions League so far though, as all our luck so far in Europe this season has been of the good variety.

Arsenal and Chelsea to pull away in Decisive December?

Arsenal have successfully navigated through Nasty Nervy November with a couple of draws but only the one defeat in the League Cup, and we have started Decisive December in awesome style with 9 goals in our first two games and are sitting happily in second place in the Premier League.