Arsene Wenger has already hinted that he will continue to give the young Arsenal players and some of those that do not play so much another chance to impress when the Gunners play the quarter-final of the EFL cup next month, although whether he changes his mind a little as the game draws near we will have to wait and see.
Stan Collymore described Arsenal star Mesut Ozil as World Class, before claiming he is not a match-winner, but can he be both?
The former Nottingham Forest and Liverpool striker was live on BBC Radio 5 Live yesterday for Arsenal’s 3PM kick-off against Middlesbrough, and picked out Ozil for some constructive criticism.
Manchester United travel to Anfield to take on Liverpool tonight, but what result do the Arsenal fans want to see?
The Merseyside Red are in great form this season, with Jurgen Klopp seemingly getting an exciting tune out of his squad, but with only seven games played, it may be too early to analyse just how strong they are.
There is a school of thought amongst many Arsenal fans that, although we are up challenging for the title right now, Wenger’s teams have a consistent history of dropping away from the top and ending up in a dogfight for third or fourth place. The fact is that this has happened so many times that it is a little difficult to argue with these pessimists.
We had you, our readers, vote in our polls to help us find the fans favoured starting line-up, but we ended up with a problem.
Alexis Sanchez has been voted to take both the striker role, and an attacking midfield role, and unfortunately we only have one of him!
There was a lot of talk in the football media last week about Arsenal, or more specifically about our manager Arsene Wenger after the serialisation of a book about his fierce managerial rival Jose Mourinho contained some controversial statements about Wenger and Mourinho’s thoughts about him.
Big bucks agent Mino Raiola claims that Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is scared to spend big money.
The Gunners spent around £89 Million to bring in four players this summer, including £30 Million+ deals to sign Shkodran Mustafi and Granit Xhaka.
One of the big questions on the lips of Arsenal fans before the Premier League win over Hull City this weekend was whether Arsene Wenger would hand the big money summer signing Granit Xhaka his third start of the season or leave him on the bench for the third match in a row.