Category Archives: Arsenal previews

Full Analysis of Arsenal’s games in April

Analysis of Arsenal’s fixtures in April by SE

Arsenal Debate: Would you give Alexis a rest this afternoon?

There is no doubt that Alexis Sanchez has not been at the top of his game lately, and this fact is underlined by the stat that he has only hit the back of the net once in his last eleven starts for Arsenal. He is still running around like the Duracell bunny but is hat enough to justify his place in the team or should he be given a well-deserved break?

Can Newcastle resist the magic of Wenger’s Wizards!

Can Arsenal continue their purple patch against Newcastle United this Saturday? by SE

Newcastle boss VERY worried about Arsenal visit!

I know (in fact all Arsenal fans do) that it is a very dangerous thing to count your chickens before they are hatched, but this time around the Newcastle manager himself has admitted that he expects an extremely difficult game when the Gunners come to St. James Park this weekend, due to the lack of players at his disposal.

My BEST Arsenal team to face Newcastle? Changes expected…..

There will definitely be a few disappointed Arsenal players after our unlucky exit from the Champions League, and the fatigue of playing two games in four days may have taken it’s toll as well, but we now have to pick ourselves up and prepare for the visit to Newcastle on Saturday afternoon.

Arsenal NEED to Score First ….and Early!

UEFA Champions League: Can Arsenal pull off what looks like an improbable proposition against AS Monaco? by SE

Arsenal have an uphill task on their hands to qualify for the quarterfinals of this season’s UEFA Champions League, as they need to score at least 3 goals to have any smidgen chance of overcoming an AS Monaco side that won by a huge margin of 3-1 in the first leg at the Emirates last month.

Arsenal boss confident …. Monaco boss expects difficult game!

So the big day has finally arrived and Arsenal are preparing to demonstrate the full power of positive thinking and overturn the 3-1 deficit from the first leg. In the preview on the official UEFA website, Arsene Wenger repeats the positive mantra and says that he is “confident” that the Gunners can make history tonight. “Monaco are in a very strong position but we have experience and the desire and belief that we can do it. So we are here to do it. We will have to play on full power, focusing on our offensive and defensive games. The desire is there.” he said.

Rambo – OF COURSE Arsenal can score three goals!

Just about every single Arsenal player and his dog are giving out positive vibes ahead of tomorrows return leg in Monaco, and I’m sure it is all part of Wenger’s strategy to increase morale and confidence AND it will certainly be worrying Monaco to hear that their opponents are in such a buoyant mood.