Tag Archives: Arteta

Will these two EVER play for Arsenal again?

Arsene Wenger said in his press conference ahead of the Arsenal v Sunderland game that he was not in transfer mode yet. In fact he said it quite a few times as the press people were determined to badger some sort of comment about Raheem Sterling or Petr Cech out of the Frenchman.

PROOF that Arsenal STILL need a new DM? Hmm…

I have seen reports this week suggesting that Arsenal still need to sign a new defensive midfielder in the mould of the Chelsea player Nemanja Matic, after young Francis Coquelin had an off night with a rare poor performance against Swansea City on Monday night.

Koscielny to be new Arsenal captain?

With Arsenal showing a new defensive solidity to add to the great attacking flair and ability to keep the ball and create chances, and perhaps looking for a new club captain at the same time, as the current man with the armband Mikel Arteta is getting old and not playing much, you might think that the current vice captain Per Mertesacker would be the player to get the nod from Arsene Wenger.

Arsenal transfer rumour round-up – Arteta latest, Cabaye and Pedro

With Chelsea having secured the league title, and our place within the top-four wrapped up (Liverpool would need to win their last three matches while overturning our superior goal difference by 22 goals), the club must be preparing their summer moves.

Wenger admits to summer clear-out at Arsenal – Who must go?

As Chelsea have now been confirmed as Champions and the end of the season approaches, many Arsenal fans are wondering who we need to bring in to strengthen the Gunners squad, so we can make a more sustained challenge for next year’s title. Since the New Year Arsenal have been the most in-form side so it could be argued that we already have a super-strong squad, but Wenger believes that the other teams around us will be improving their line-ups this summer.

Will Mikel Arteta REALLY get a new Arsenal contract?

The Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta has only made 11 appearances for the club so far this season, and with only a few games remaining until the end of the season, he is still a week or two away from being ready to play. The Spanish midfielder turned 33 years of age last month, and with just a couple of months left on his contract is aiming to reach full fitness before discussing a new contract with Arsene Wenger.

Arsenal have the arrogance to KNOW we will win!

Reading may not be the hardest opponents in the world for Arsenal to face today, especially on form and history, but the Gunners also know that last year Wigan took us right down to the wire before going through to the Final on penalties.

Debuchy, Diaby and Wilshere ready to face Reading?

Arsene Wenger now has practically his whole Arsenal squad fit and ready (only Oxlade-Chamberlain is definitely out) ahead of this weekends FA Cup semifinal against Reading at Wembley, and it will be very interesting to see how many changes Le Prof makes for the game.