Category Archives: Arsenal opinion

Is Brendan Rodgers the right man to succeed Arsenal’s Wenger?

Paul Merson has tipped Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers as the man to follow up from Arsene Wenger as Arsenal boss.

The Gunners boss is tipped to leave the club in the near future, with many fans hoping that change is made sooner rather than later after enduring a second season of disappointments.

Can Wenger really be blamed for the main problems affecting Arsenal FC..?

Arsenal suffer from 3 inter-related problems by Terry Barry

In order of significance…

1. Under-investment in players – Guardiola spent £448M on buying players in his first 19 months – his squad cost £420M more than Arsenal’s!

Should Arsenal try to tempt Chelsea boss Conte to replace Wenger?

Former Arsenal midfielder Stewart Robson has claimed that Antonio Conte would be the ideal  fit to replace Arsene Wenger as manager, adding that he doesn’t believe Henry is ready to take on the top job.

Alexis passion was ‘too much’ for Arsenal team-mates claims Bellerin

Hector Bellerin has claimed that Alexis Sanchez demanded too much from his fellow Arsenal team-mates prior to his departure from the club.

The Chilean left the club to join Manchester United last month, in a deal which saw Henrikh Mkhitaryan move in the opposite direction, and there was plenty of talk about his influence in the dressing room.

Is Aubameyang guaranteed to succeed at Arsenal?

Former Borussia Dortmund striker Karl-Heinz Riedle has labelled Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ‘world class’ and insists he is assured to continue his goalscoring with his new side Arsenal.

How many Arsenal players would get into rival sides?

Paul Merson has claimed that a number of our first-team stars would be overlooked at rival clubs.

The Gunners secured a comfortable lead in the opening leg of their Europa League last 32 encounter last night, but are struggling to keep pace with their domestic rivals.

Would a new contract for Arsene Wenger cause chaos at Arsenal?

Arsenal are supposedly considering offering Arsene Wenger an extension to his contract, but a growing number of fans will surely be against the idea.

The Frenchman is the Premier League’s longest serving boss notching up over 21 years within his current role, but is thoroughly expected to step-down from said role in the coming years.