Tag Archives: Birmingham

Will Arsenal take Hull lightly? No Chance says Wenger

The subject of Arsenal, the trophy drought and the shock defeat by Birmingham City in our last major final was bound to come up, and will do many times before Arsenal run out on to the Wembley turf on Saturday. And it is no surprise that Arsene Wenger is not all that keen on focusing on the 2011 League Cup final either.

Arsenal will NOT mess up another trophy chance says Szczesny

All this talk about nine years without a trophy is getting more tired and boring for Arsenal fans than the average TV schedule on Dave, but the fact is that, should the Gunners fail to win the FA cup at Wembley in May, that is how long it will have been since Patrick Vieira scored the winning penalty against Manchester United in 2005.

Should Arsenal risk all to end trophy drought?

Arsenal and the trophy drought by Stefan

Just about everybody and their Grandmother knows about Arsenal’s trophy drought. It’s been 8 long years since that FA Cup win in 2005. Since then the club has been in a Champions League final which they lost against the mighty Barcelona and a League Cup final which they lost against the uh, mighty Birmingham City.

Arsenal need 1987 repeat to kick start trophy success

There is a monkey on the back of the current Arsenal team and it has been there for eight years now. I am, of course, talking about the trophy drought, which is really starting to bug the fans, especially as the English media cannot wait to bring it up at the drop of the hat. Remember Carl Jenkinson’s post-match interview following the fantastic victory over Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena?

How Arsenal can stop the negativity hindering future success

There has to be no doubt that over the last few seasons Arsenal have faced a lot of negativity from most people in the footballing world. Back in 2009-2010 when the club was chasing the Premier League title mid to late season, everything looked good and the club seemed to be competing once again with the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United.

Arsenal will win trophies if they Believe says Walcott

Will Walcott’s Comments Come into Action? by AH

Despite being just 24-years old, Theo Walcott is now one of Arsenal’s senior players at the club as he looks to enter his 9th successive campaign with Arsenal following his arrival from Southampton in the 2005/2006 season.

Arsenal keeper news – Butland and Stekelenburg

One of the many positions that Arsenal are looking to strengthen is the one between the goalposts. Arsene Wenger believes that Wojciech Szczesny needs another quality keeper at the club to push him and get the best out of him. Wenger thinks he is a little too comfortable in his number one role, while also worrying that the reserve keepers are not quite good enough in case Szczesny picks up another injury.

Arsenal transfer target dropped to avoid being cup-tied

Arsenal have received a clear signal from Birmingham City that they are willing to sell their £6 million rated goalkeeper Jack Butland. The midland team play Leeds United tonight in an FA cup replay, but Butland has been left out of the squad, because the club do not want any p0tential buyer to be put off because he is cup-tied.