Category Archives: International News

Arsenal’s internationals The Good, The Bad and The Ugly!

Internationals. How did our boys Do? By Galen.

It has been a good week of International football for most of the Arsenal players. I watched a few games to see how they fared and, like always, you are impressed with some and disappointed with others. Where do I start with —– oh yeahhhh…

Jack Wilshere NEEDS to stay fit for England AND Arsenal

The Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere scored his first England goal in style and followed it up with another screamer to help maintain Englands 100% record in the Euro2016 Qualifiers, and he hopes that this will be the start of his proper career in the national team, like some of his previous heroes…

USA star confident of playing for Arsenal first team next season

There is much concentration on the Arsenal transfer rumours doing the rounds, but if you were Arsene Wenger you would also be looking at how our youth players are progressing to see if they are good enough to promote to the first team. Players like Serge Gnabry who has been brilliant for the U21s since he returned from injury, and now the young American Gordon Zelalem has wowed his fans at the FIFA U-20 World Cup this last week, before his side unluckily got beaten by Serbia on penalties in the Quarter-Final.

What’s with England’s BIZARRE treatment of Arsenal star?

England not picking Walcott was a travesty by Sam P

I have got a sneaking suspicion that Roy Hodgson was busy, on holiday or simply could not be bothered to watch the last few games played by Arsenal as we finished the season with a bang. Why else would the England boss have chosen to pick the out of form Raheem Sterling and the struggling spud Andros Townsend ahead of the red hot Gunner Theo Walcott today?

Akpom shows why Arsenal don’t need a new striker!

The young Arsenal striker Chuba Akpom was promoted to the first team subs bench this year and I have really liked his hunger and positional sense when he has been given a chance on the pitch, and Arsene Wenger obviously sees great promise in the 19 year-old striker.

Why Arsenal legend is RIGHT about Wilshere and England

The Arsenal and England international star Jack Wilshere is very close to a comeback from his latest injury, (caused by a bad tackle by Man United´s Paddy McNair and NOT proof that he is injury prone). But even if he features against Liverpool on Saturday and in every other game until the end of the season, including a possible two FA cup games, the central midfielder will only have made 26 appearances this season.

Out of sorts Walcott heading out of Arsenal?

If his first start for England in almost two years was the chance for Theo Walcott to remind the Arsenal fans and Arsene Wenger what he is capable of, then the striker let it slip through his grasp. Unless he wanted to remind us all how ineffectual he can be sometimes.

Good news for Ozil and Germany but concern for Arsenal?

When the Arsenal and Germany international star Mesut Ozil was on the end of some heavy criticism last season, it was not just coming from our friends in the English media, as the creative midfielder received some bad press from the German papers and from some former Germany players as well.