There is still room for positivity at the Emirates Stadium
The football at the Emirates Stadium has almost taken a backseat this season, with the Arsenal supporters divided on the future of long-serving manager Arsene Wenger. The Frenchman has added fuel to the fire throughout the campaign, by refusing to confirm if he will remain the club’s boss next season or step down. .......Read the full article here
Arsene Wenger has decisions to make ahead of Sunday’s crunch tie between Arsenal and rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
The Gunners boss has recently opted to follow the lead of table-toppers Chelsea and revert to a 3-4-2-1 formation, in order to give his defence extra cover as they look to save their campaign. .......Read the full article here
The old saying goes that you’ll never meet a poor bookmaker.
It’s certainly true that they do their utmost to guarantee a profit – a lot of the time, even when they lose, they win. .......Read the full article here
This will be Arsene Wenger’s 50th game in charge against Spurs, and the Gunners have only lost 7 of those, but if you check the Tottenham v Arsenal betting odds you will see that Mauriccio Pochettino’s side are hot favourites to frustrate Arsenal’s run of 3 wins in a row, but Wenger has other ideas. .......Read the full article here
I know most of you readers on JustArsenal will think I am crazy, but if you actually stand back and look at the facts you will find that Arsenal are NOT having a worse season than last year. In fact we are much better off considering we have also made it to the FA Cup Final, after losing in the Quarter-Finals last season. .......Read the full article here
You can’t get a bigger game than this for Arsenal fans. Not only do we want to beat the Spuds in their last game at White Hart Lane, but we can also put a spanner in their bid to catch Chelsea at the top of the Premiership, and even give ourselves an outside chance of still making the Top Four. .......Read the full article here
Not much has been going right for Arsenal this season, so I was suppose it was too much to hope that Man City would do us a favour in the local derby last night and take all three points off Man United. They did dominate almost completely and on another night would have won but Jose Mourinho brought his big red bus and went away with a point which puts them four ahead of us with one more game played. .......Read the full article here
Going on the recent form of Arsenal and Tottenham you would have to make the spuds favourites to win the north London derby set to take place at White Hart Lane this Sunday, especially as they also have the advantage of playing at home, but to listen to some of their fans, players and Mauricio Pochettino you could be forgiven for thinking that the three points were already in the bag. .......Read the full article here