So it is one year since Arsene Wenger won his last trophy with Arsenal, beating Champions Chelsea at Wembley against all the odds.
I would like you all to give a big welcome to Just Arsenal’s newest contributor Alfie Culshaw.
He is a season ticket holder and aspiring writer and also has a YouTube channel dedicated to the Gunners. And his first post on JustArsenal was published yesterday on how Wenger revolutionised the game in England…
It is the silly season at the moment, so I am going to give you a little break from the usual Arsenal transfer rumours by showing you a video (made by Official Arsenal) in which they showcase what they think are the best and funniest moments of what turned out to be Wenger’s last season, and also our worst ever under his tenure….
Here is another excellent compilation of some of the best moments from the campaign just finished, and although Arsenal fans may feel that we have we have had a very disappointing year, there are still some brilliant moments to look back on.
Now the season is over I thought I’d start a few of my Arsenal video compilations to give you all something to appreciate, and of course the biggest thing we have to rejoice about is the effect that the arrival of Pierre Emerick Aubameyang has had on the second half of the season.
Arsenal’s Danny welbeck was over in Holland with the England side to play a “friendly” game against the Dutch national side, but it doesn’t look like a lot of the travelling supporters were feeling in a friendly mood as they terrorized citizens out for a pleasant boat trip….
The annoying international break began in earnest last night with many Arsenal stars in action, and over in Paris David Ospina was keeping goal for Columbia against France.
Chuba Akpom was a prolific goalscorer for Arsenal when he played at the lower age levels including the U23 side, but when he came up to the senior side his talents (or confidence) deserted him completely.