Category Archives: International News

Baffling Bellerin decision GOOD news for Arsenal

It is not just the Arsenal right back Hector Bellerin who will be left at home scratching his head for the next two weeks, as his fellow Spaniard and Arsenal team mate Santi Cazorla has also been left out of the Spain national squad for the first international break of the new season.

Arsenal’s Petr Cech to concentrate on club football

Petr Cech has confirmed that he is retiring from international football, and will concentrate on preserving his club career.

The goalkeeper failed in trying to help his side to qualify from the group stages at the current European Championships, but was in one of the toughest groups of the tournament, and will take no shame from his international career.

Alexis Sanchez Champion again – Messi quits in tears!

Alexis Sanchez Golden Ball

Alexis the Champion!

Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez helped Chile to win their first Copa America for a century last year, and he repeated the feat again last night in the United States by beating Argentina on penalties once again.

The Arsenal star was given the Golden Ball for being the best player at the tournament, while his striker partner Eduardo Vargas earned the Golden Boot with six goals, and the Chile keeper Claudio Bravo deserved the Golden Glove after keeping three clean sheets.

Arsenal’s Iwobi and Chelsea’s Mikel named in provisional Olympic squad

Nigeria have named a provisional 35-man squad for the Olympics this summer, and have included the likes of Alex Iwobi, Jon Obi Mikel and Kelechi Iheanacho.

The competition is set to run between August 4 and August 20, meaning any Premier League players inclusion would mean they miss much of pre-season in preparation for the tournament, as well as the opening weeks of the campaign should his side reach the latter stages.

Video: Arsenal’s Alexis fires Chile into Copa America knockouts (plus video)

Chile reached the knockout stages of the Copa America last night, with the help of two Alexis Sanchez goals.

La Roja went into the match level on points with Panama in second place in the group, but knowing that a draw would see them through on goal difference.

Arsenal and Wilshere boosted by sloppy England showing

I am well aware that in the modern global phenomenon that football has become, a great many Arsenal fans are not based in England. As we see from the readers on this one Arsenal fans’ website there are Gonners in every corner of the world and they feel the pain and pleasure that comes from following Arsenal just as much as those of us that are English.