Category Archives: Arsenal opinion

Arsene Wenger is NOT Arsenal Football Club

Some people think that Arsene Wenger is Arsenal football club by KM

It’s hard to believe that there are still people out there who think that Arsene is some sort of god who does magic tricks to put Arsenal into the top 4. I read a lot of comments on this site saying that “there is no pot of gold hiding somewhere”, when the truth is that Arsenal have lots of money to fix some obvious problems.

What is Wenger REALLY saying about this Arsenal striker?

Sometimes in football it is important to read into what is not being said as much as what is being said and the Arsenal boss is no exception. In fact, Arsene Wenger could write a book on the art of deception and misdirection, he just wouldn’t tell you where you could get it.

The Frenchman does, however, usually stop short of outright dishonesty and would rather not answer a question than lie. So I think it is worth a close look at what the Prof said when he was asked about the young Arsenal and Costa Rica striker Joel Campbell in the pre-match press conference, reported by, ahead of the trip to face Swansea City on Sunday. There have been rumours that the striker is not happy and will look to move on, either permanently or temporarily, in January.

Calm Down!! At least Arsenal WILL qualify in Champions League

I think that Arsenal fans have perhaps been a little bit spoiled by the fact that Arsene Wenger has always managed to get the Gunners into and then out of the group stages of the Uefa Champions League. I was just as frustrated as anyone when we threw away a three goal lead against Anderlecht on Tuesday, but at least we are still in a great position to qualify.

BFG slams team-mates but vows Arsenal WILL bounce back

Everyone makes mistakes I guess and boy did the Arsenal players make some big ones against Anderlecht in the Champions League. One of those was made by our giant German centre back Per Mertesacker who got the wrong side of the Belgian club’s striker Mitrovic who then scored a last minute equaliser.

But as much as the BFG was at fault, he should never have been put in that position as the Arsenal forward players were caught on the edge of the Anderlecht box, while Per’s fellow German Lukas Podolski made an awful job of closing down and stopping the cross that led to the goal. So I think he is well within his rights to lay some blame at the feet of the Arsenal players in front of him, as reported by The Mirror.

Can muppet Piers Morgan PLEASE shut up about Arsenal?

It was painful enough having to watch Arsenal go from a slick team in cruise control; three goals up at home and looking like scoring a hatful, to allowing lowly Anderlecht to score three late goals, thereby ending all hopes of winning the Champions League group and even putting our qualification in doubt.

So the last I needed today was to read another embarrassing load of twaddle from famous Arsenal fan Piers Morgan. You would think that the man would have learned from his previous embarrassing outpourings on Twitter, but he seems to be shame proof.

Arsenal players need to start learning from Alexis

Players around Sanchez need to step it up by KM

There’s no need to tell you, who is Arsenal’s best player. Once again Alexis Sanchez produced a performance that everyone around him, should look and think about implementing for themselves. Forget the immense quality the guy has, it is the fighting spirit and determination that he demonstrates that is well worth every penny paid to see him at the Emirates. For the money an Arsenal fan has to pay, we need to see more players like him.

My Arsenal team with Wenger’s “fighting spirit”

Arsene Wenger believes the South American football fighting spirit gives them an edge over other players. The statements below have been attributed to The Arsenal Manager.

‘Look across Europe and where are the strikers from? Many of them, at least 80 per cent, are from South America,’ Wenger said.

‘Maybe it’s because in Europe street football has gone. In street football when you’re 10-years-old, you want to play with 15-year-olds.

‘Then you have to prove you’re good, you have to fight and win impossible balls.

Time for Arsenal fans to give Wenger a break?

Every year when Arsenal go through a bad patch (like losing ONE out of the first TEN League games lol) the fans start calling for Wenger to be sacked, but surely he has had to cope with players returning from the World Cup, an unbelievable injury list, blending new players into the squad, and he has STILL managed to get us up into Fourth place already.

The Premiership is getting harder every year, but Le Prof has always managed to get us into contention for the title, although he may not have been able to complete the puzzle of competing with three of the richest clubs in Europe. Surely he deserves a little bit of praise?

Arsenal simply don’t have the confidence to win the League


For all the mathematical skullduggery. With analysis of every permutation and combination suggesting a remote but optimistically fairytale proposition of Arsenal FC winning thePremier League or the Champions League (or even FA Cup against a top Six PL opposition) the truth is apparent to all. To even the most rabid Gooner and certainly to Mr. Wenger, who for all his optimism needs to be pragmatic enough to realize the pitfalls of overreaching oneself.

We are all part of the Arsenal FAMILY – Win or lose….


I don’t know when exactly it happened… I just know it happened, and the same can be said about why it happened but again it did, truth be told it does not keep me up at night I’m just glad I am part of the Arsenal family that screams COYG!

I didn’t know anything about team tactics or player values or even team weaknesses… I just saw people having fun on a pitch, dribbling, passing, running, scoring, saving and smiling.

Cazorla needs to step up for Arsenal to improve

Is Santi Cazorla doing enough playing in the creative midfield role for Arsenal? by SE

Santi Cazorla was going to be one of the key personnel for Arsenal this season, as the North Londoners were without Mesut Ozil to start off with, and Alexis Sanchez was new to the club. Cazorla, who plays as an attacking midfielder and winger — positions that Ozil and Sanchez play, needed to fire for the Gunners to enjoy a slick start to their season. But as has been the case with Cazorla in the last couple of seasons, the Spaniard continues to disappoint with his performances when Arsenal desperately need somebody to take control of proceedings and deliver at the most critical of times. Looking back, how has the Spaniard fared for the North Londoners so far?

Is Jack Wilshere really back to his best for Arsenal?

A few years ago Jack Wilshere was hailed as the next big English star and was loved for his do-or-die attitude for Arsenal. Due to injuries and lay-offs that expectation has waned a bit, but the player himself feels that he has now regained his golden touch for the Gunners.

He told today: “I’ve been very pleased. I said at the start of the season that it was going to take me a few games to come back to the level I was at.