Alan Shearer has admitted that Bayern Munich’s 5-1 defeat of Arsenal left him stunned.
The Gunners travelled to the German capital to take on Bayern in their opening leg of their Champions League knockout match-up, but have come home knowing they have a huge mountain to climb when they face them at the Emirates next month. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal make the daunting trip to Germany today to take on German champions Bayern Munich, a trip they will be well accustomed to making. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will stick with David Ospina in goal for tomorrow’s crucial Champions League trip to Germany to take on Bayern Munich.
The Colombian has spent the season as back-up to Number One Petr Cech, but had an agreement in place with the French boss that he would play in each of the European outings, and so far he has. .......Read the full article here
The Arsenal and Chile international star is almost always among the best performers in the Arsenal side and is very rarely criticised, but he was roundly and quite rightly questioned by us fans as well as the football press after his lacklustre and ineffective showing away to Chelsea last weekend. .......Read the full article here
There were two very obvious options in today’s Champions League draw that Arsenal fans and everyone connected with the club was hoping to avoid, as both Bayern Munich and Real Madrid are among the favourites to win the thing but somehow this year only managed to finish as runners-up. .......Read the full article here
We did our bit, and Arsenal fans, Arsene Wenger and the players have to be proud and happy with the achievement of finishing on top of our Champions League group for the first time since 2011. It is just a shame that this year that does not seem to be quite as much of an advantage as usual as the two pots look a lot more balanced. .......Read the full article here
To be fair I am not one of the Arsenal fans that have been left fuming and frustrated by the slow start Granit Xhaka has made to life as a Gunner, or for that matter by the caution with which Arsene Wenger has introduced the Swiss international to his new club. .......Read the full article here
We fans of Arsenal or any other football club for that matter are known to see things with a certain amount of bias and that is only to be expected really. But I do not think you needed any kind of rose tinted spectacles to see that Arsenal were the better side in the Premier League away tie with West Ham at the weekend, even if you think that the 5-1 scoreline was a bit flattering to the Gunners. .......Read the full article here