Tag Archives: Bellerin

Healthy competition is GREAT for Arsenal

Now that Arsene Wenger has nearly a full squad of players available as Arsenal’s injury list has improved drastically, Le Prof seems to have two great players available for nearly every position on the pitch which must give him a headache on match-days.

How Arsenal could have beaten Swansea’s bus parking!

The answer is simple – you don’t play crap! by FFFanatic

Has Bellerin become Arsenal’s first-choice right-back?

The young Hector Bellerin, who arrived at Arsenal from Spain in 2011, has been imperious since the injury to Mathieu (corrected) Debuchy thrust the young Spaniard into the limelight. Even with Debuchy out of contention, the 20 year-old was still considered to be the understudy to the expensive new arrival Calum Chambers.

Wenger – Jenkinson WILL play for Arsenal

Following a lot of speculation over the future of Carl Jenkinson, the Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has stated that he wishes to retain the services of the young full-back, but he is unsure whether he will return to Arsenal for next season or the one after.

Arsenal Debate: If Carl Jenkinson stays – Who goes?

There has been masses of debates about whether Arsenal should sell Carl Jenkinson this summer after the meteoric rise in form of our youngster Hector Bellerin. The young Spaniard was thrown in at the deep end when Matthieu Debuchy got injured early in the season (along with the rest of our defenders!) but he has performed more than admirably in defence as well as attack.

Arsenal played well against Chelsea, and we HAVE progressed!


It has always been said that when posterity records a historical event, the conclusions drawn from that event depend on who wrote what. It never ceases to amaze me how the media and some of our own fans end up with a completely subjective and negative view of a good performance put in by our Arsenal players.

Official team news and preview of Arsenal v Chelsea

This is it for Arsenal fans. Arsene Wenger has a great chgance of recording a win against his new arch enemy Jose Mourinho and the Gunners simply have to take all three points to keep the very slim hopes of this season’s Premier League title alive.

Width v Defence gives Arsenal boss BIG decision for Chelsea

As well as a fierce battle for bragging rights, the top of the table clash between Arsenal and Chelsea tomorrow also sees the latest tactical battle between Arsene Wenger and his tormentor-in-chief Jose Mourinho. And as usual, we expect it to be a clash of styles, with our Prof preferring his exciting and fluent brand of football while the Chelsea boss would play 11 keepers if he was allowed and just needed a point.