Has Walcott found his next club? By AH
Theo Walcott has not endured the best of seasons at Arsenal this year, simply adding to his miserable performances that he has been hindered by, ever since the ‘Sign Da Ting’ days. Now as the summer transfer window approaches ever closer, the 27 year-old is being linked with a move away from the club. Could his poor performances for the Gunners finally see him off? .......Read the full article here
Get Out Whilst You Can Joel! By AH
One of Arsenal’s most current forgotten men seems to be Costa Rican international Joel Campbell, who despite having several bursts onto the scene this season, has never been able to hold down a starting role for the club. The issue is that, it is not necessarily the winger’s performances that have kept him out the team, but instead according to some fans, there is some form of rift he seems to have with the manager. .......Read the full article here
We are now approaching Arsenal’s final game of this campaign and as we are playing the worst team around I am sure we will finish in a respectable third place. We may not have won a trophy but we have performed better than every other team except Leicester and Spurs, including all the other so-called Big Clubs. .......Read the full article here
How Arsenal can avoid blowing it again next season, by KM.
Hello fellow Gooners! I missed the City game, but honestly I’m happy with the point! It means we have Aston Villa at home – literally the worst team in the premier league for probably the past 10 years! If we manage a win we’d have certain Champions League football and we might even overturn Spurs, whose spectacular downfall brings a few smiles! .......Read the full article here
Former Arsenal star Ian Wright has revealed that Arsene Wenger’s managerial reign is nearing its end, whilst slamming fans for disrespecting the Frenchman. .......Read the full article here
Manchester City take on Real Madrid for a place in the final of the Champions League tonight.
The two sides failed to score in the first-leg last week at the Etihad, and Man City will now travel to the Spanish capital to try and earn a place in their first ever CL final. .......Read the full article here
January signing Mohamed Elneny has picked up the Vitality Player of the Month for April, having won the same award in March also.
The Eqyptian star seems to have hit the ground running in an Arsenal shirt, having only joined this winter. Elneny has started every match since February 5, and looks very comfortable playing with his new team. .......Read the full article here
Arsene Wenger has come under intense pressure from the fans this season, leading to banners being produced for the recent win over Norwich City.
Tottenham right-back Kyle Walker yesterday posted on social media to thank the Spurs fans for being the ‘twelfth man’ this season, pushing them to secure their place in the top four, while enjoying having scored the most league goals and conceding the least. .......Read the full article here