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.
Tottenham handed Leicester City the Premier League title last night, but there was also severe damage to their grip on an expected top-two spot.
Chelsea came from 2-0 down last night to snatch a draw, much to the dismay of Tottenham’s players and fans, but Leicester and most other clubs fans celebrated an enigmatic Premier League title haul for the Foxes.
The protest backfired – By DS.
Yesterday was supposed to be an awkward day for Arsene Wenger. A day where there was a backlash from fans who were supposedly going to make it clear they were not happy, something he has always maintained is the one factor in his decision in how long he stays at the Emirates.
Arsenal host Norwich City at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday evening, in what could prove to have a huge impact at both ends of the table.
The Canaries come into the match having dropped into the relegation zone only last week, and with only three matches remaining after this one, they will be desperate to get to something out of this match.
After some lively discussion this morning, there have been many Arsenal fans saying that they only feel like abusing Arsene Wenger rather than discuss other topics on the site, so someone (thanks Aldo and whateversid!) came up with the idea of a dedicated post purely for the readers to insult Wenger (still no swearing) or share their anti-Wenger jokes.
I can’t believe that it is just two weeks since I wrote an in-depth article to all Just Arsenal readers after a comment asked me “Which side am I on?”. This is usually caused by the accusation that I delete far more “anti-Wenger” comments than others. The fact that at the moment probably over 60% of comments on here are anti-Wenger here has got nothing to do with it of course, so today I am going to make myself even clearer than last time.
HOW ARSENAL CAN BUILD A CHAMPION SIDE? by N.O.
Arsenal is dead with Wenger in charge and I am serious about it. by KM