There are a few bones of contention among the Arsenal fanbase, with the perennial argument between the Wenger Out Brigade and the Arsene Knows Best faction usually the biggest of them all. For the last few years, though, this has been given a close run by the debate over our strikers.
Arsenal Legends will be taking on Milan Glorie in September in what looks to be a star-studded event.
The North-London side have persuaded a number of the best players over the past two decades to participate in the match, which looks to be a must-watch for any hardcore Arsenal fan.
Dennis Bergkamp has ruled out any intention to manage at Arsenal in the future, claiming he has no thoughts on becoming anything more than a coach.
The Dutch legend was recently installed as the favourite in the ‘Next Arsenal Manager’ market, and remains as only the third biggest price even today, despite his claims of disinterest in becoming the boss.
The Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp has come out to claim that Arsenal’s defence has been their focal point for failing to win this season’s Premier League title.
The legend was a part of the Invincibles side which won the 03-04 Premier League title without losing a match, and knows Arsene Wenger all too well. Bergkamp has now spoken out on his opinion on the current campaign.
According to reports this promising young player is going to be a real star of the future and at 19-years old Riechedly Bazoer is already a mainstay of the central midfield at the Dutch club Ajax. And according to The Mirror there is going to be a transfer battle for him in the summer, with Arsenal one of the clubs being linked along with our Premier League rivals Man City and Chelsea.
Ever thought you could have finished that chance Olivier Giroud just missed? Or that the killer passes Mesut Ozil makes look easy, are actually easy?
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After stealing the show for Arsenal yet again last night with another Premier League assist before scoring himself, Mesut Ozil was quite rightly the hot topic of conversation in Arsene Wenger’s post match press conference. As reported by Arsenal.com, the boss was originally reluctant to compare the German play maker to other great Gunners.
Ever since he signed for Arsenal back in the summer of 2012, the France international star Olivier Giroud has been under pressure and under fire from the football media as well as some Arsenal fans. And even when his performances and stats had convinced his critics in the media, it seemed like he could not win over a section if his own fans.