Category Archives: Arsenal opinion

Wilshere hoping for swift return but Arsenal fans shouldn’t expect one…

Jack Wilshere is the latest Arsenal star to fall foul of injury in recent weeks, and he isn’t known for his swift recovery time.

The England midfielder was our captain for the encounter with Chelsea yesterday, and he was more than deserving of the Man of the Match award, but unluckily had to limp off the pitch just under an hour into the 90 minutes.

Is Wenger sending out the wrong message with Iwobi leniencies?

Alex Iwobi was supposedly caught on video partying into the early hours of the morning the night before the FA Cup loss to Nottingham Forest, but was still selected to start the match, as well as starting last night’s draw with Chelsea.

Are Arsenal out of touch in the transfer market?

Arsenal have supposedly agreed a fee with Valencia to sell Francis Coquelin this month for a lowly £12 Million, but is that a fair amount?

Chelsea this week agreed a deal to bring Ross Barkley to Stamford Bridge for £15 Million, a player with only six months remaining on his contract, and also a player who has been left out of the playing squad for the entirety of the current campaign thus far.

Is Arsenal’s Cech right to insist on winter break AFTER Christmas tradition?

There has been much talk about whether a winter break should be installed into the English league campaign, and Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech is the latest to give his thoughts on the idea.

Could Arsenal really be better off without Ozil and Alexis?

Martin Keown would be pleased to see the back of Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal, but would that really help Arsenal Football Club?

The Gunners have been overshadowed with doubt with the duo both holding the club to ransom over their contractual situations, and both players are now permitted to talk to foreign clubs about potential free transfers this summer.

Nobody should be allowed to abuse referees – not even Wenger! Where is the RESPECT?

The Arsenal boss was given a three-game touchline ban today for basically calling the referee a cheat (although the FA used the words ‘questioning the integrity of the referee’) when Mike Dean gave a penalty to West Brom in the dying minutes of the League clash at West Brom.

Wenger accuses Hazard of diving as new FA charge surfaces

Arsene Wenger is now officially at war with the FA and the Referees Association. The Arsenal boss has now been tasked by the FA with explaining his new comments after the Chelsea game, when he complained that Anthony Taylor gave Eden Hazard a penalty and accused the referees of carrying out a vendetta against Arsenal.