Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez will not be going to the World Cup next summer thanks to an eventful final day in qualification.
The group stages of the qualifying campaign came to an end in South America in the early hours of this morning, and Chile found themselves dumped out in excruciating circumstances. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez was left out of the shortlist to win this year’s Ballon D’Or, and many Arsenal fans feel aggrieved by the decision.
Seven Premier League stars did make the 30-man preliminary list, before the final three nominees are to be named in later in the year, and not one single Gunner has made the list. .......Read the full article here
Jack Wilshere is being tipped to make next summer’s World Cup squad for England, but has he shown enough for Arsenal to warrant it?
The 26 year-old is being touted for a place for Russia 2018 despite having only made three appearances this season due to struggles with injury and fitness. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal are currently in great form in the Premier League, turning things around since their thumping by Liverpool, but is their starting line-up doing enough?
The team is clearly playing very well at the moment, winning six of our last seven matches in all competitions, keeping five clean sheets in the process, but what is more interesting is that the current starting XI is possibly missing some of its better players. .......Read the full article here
Stan Kroenke is believed to have made an offer to Alisher Usmanov for his 30% stake in Arsenal Football Club, and the reaction from fans has been to urge the Uzbekistan-born Russian to refuse to sell.
Controversially I believe this could actually bring a positive change, although the obvious doubts are of course warranted. .......Read the full article here
Stuart Pearce believes that Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger ‘learned’ from the defeat at the hands of Liverpool, but that he would have ‘interchangeable’ had he not so swiftly turned it around.
The Gunners lost 4-0 to the Anfield club in the back end of August, but have since won six of their seven outings in all competitions, and have shot up the table into fifth place at present. .......Read the full article here
Paul Merson has claimed that Mesut Ozil will struggle to hold down a regular starting role in Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal side this season.
The German international is currently struggling with a knee problem, but the Gunners have found top form in his absence, and have picked up six wins and a draw from the seven outings since he fell foul of injury. .......Read the full article here