Category Archives: Champions League News

Tricky CL draw for Arsenal, while Spurs and Foxes get lucky

Arsenal got a what can only be considered a favourable draw for the Champions League group stages today, while Leicester also got what looks to be a winnable group also.

The Gunners will take on Paris Saint-Germain, as well as Basel and Ludogrets, in what could be a tricky draw for the group stages.

This will be Arsenal’s scariest ever Champions League draw!

The changes made by UEFA over the seedings for the Champions League is simply going to mean that the Group Stages have every chance of being many times harder than in previous years, when every top team was guaranteed at least one lemon in the Group.

How Arsenal EPL and UCL fixtures compare to rivals’

I am not going to complain too much about the way that the Arsenal fixture schedule has worked out, because it has been a lot worse for Arsene Wenger and the Gunners in the past. We do still have the possibility of the Premier League and the TV companies making it hard for us and we do not know which teams Arsenal will be facing on the Champions League games, but for now it is looking pretty friendly for Arsenal.

Angry Arsenal fans should listen to Man City boss

There is still a lot of anger among some Arsenal fans, even though the planned protest against Arsene Wenger and the Arsenal board at the home game against Norwich City last weekend seemed to show more support for the beleaguered boss than a united determination to see him replaced as manager.

Torn: What Arsenal want out of Man City’s CL semi-final

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.

Wenger insists pressure is still ON for Arsenal

There were suggestions from the TV pundits after Arsenal beat West Bromwich Albion on Thursday evening that it was something of a hollow victory, not only because our chances of the Premier League title are realistically over but due to the fact that there is no longer any pressure on the players to perform.

Will doubts over ‘Wenger trophy’ hurt or help Arsenal?

One good thing you can say about Arsenal since we last won the Premier League title is that, unlike other big clubs like Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City, the Gunners have always finished in the top four and have always secured a place in the elite European competition that is the Champions League.

Barcelona v Arsenal review – Elneny stunner not enough

There were a lot of things that Arsenal needed to do right to stand a chance of overturning the home leg defeat against Barcelona when we met again in the Nou Camp tonight. As well as Barca not being at their best, the Gunners had to perform at our own top level.