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Do you want change at Arsenal? Then PROTEST!

How to cure Arsenal´s doomed situation? by VL

Hi Gunners out there, i am pretty sure that you guys are, like me, feeling frustrated and desperate at the moment. The obvious reason? Arsenal’s ridiculously mediocre form since the start of the new campaign.

Why this Arsenal fan is giving away his Wembley ticket!!

“This fan is NOT going to Wembley!” by P.H.

Hi all you Gooners. Firstly, before I get shot down in flames by all of you, I hope Arsenal pull off a brilliant win on Saturday at Wembley, and then win the FA Cup in May to end what seems to be a never-ending trophy drought. The players certainly deserve it, for they have struggled away with the bare bones of a squad, and have battled through to this stage, and the fans above all certainly deserve it for spending their hard earned money watching their team. For so many of us Arsenal F.C. is a substitute for … so many other things in life. Does anything spoil our weekends more than seeing us lose? Sad, aren’t we?!

Are Arsenal really trying to re-sign Robin Van Persie?

There have been numerous rumours regarding the unhappy situation of Robin Van Persie at Manchester United since David Moyes took over, and it seems that the Dutchman is angling to move away from Old Trafford this summer.

When it was originally mooted that the Dutch international could make a shock return to Arsenal, Arsene Wenger was asked directly if it was a possibility, but refused to say Yes or No, but now The Metro is claiming that talks are at an advanced stage.

Is Wenger delaying contract to make sure Arsenal keep spending?

There have been many stories in the media about Arsene Wenger and the possibility of the Frenchman signing a new Arsenal contract. With his current deal due to run out at the end of this season, the Club and the fans could be forgiven for getting a bit twitchy. Whereas there were calls for Wenger to go last season, as the Gunners endured another disappointing and trophy-less campaign, the form that saw Arsenal overtake Tottenham, grab the last Champions League spot, and shoot to the top of the Premier League, has convinced most people that it would be a disaster if Wenger was to walk away now.

Arsenal fans’ chance to express your feelings to the Club

A letter of our discontent by HighburyMan

Dear Arsenal fans. I am writing to you all as I plan to piece together a letter to the board from justarsenal.com.
The main aim being to express and detail the opinions of Arsenal fans regarding the daily running of the club. I wish to express the views of as many of the members of this site as possible. We all come here every day and express our feelings about Arsenal. Now it is time that these views are heard by the board, manager and all those involved with Arsenal Football Club. I have read some great articles that have been posted. I have also read some very in depth comments that describe how the majority of fans feel. I wish to put together a letter that will be sent to the club detailing these views.

Arsenal are giving the players and fans NO hope

Do Arsenal Even Have a Team to Field? by PH

In the last few days I have read many posts on this site complaining about the fact that we seem to have a threadbare squad. It gives me no pleasure to claim to have been the first to have pointed this out a few weeks back. So, what are we left with now?

Why are Arsenal only linked with unattainable transfer targets?

Arsenal’s transfer troubles by Dan

Less than a month till the Premiership season begins and Arsenal still haven’t spent a single pound in the transfer window, with plenty of players leaving the Emirates but just one young Frenchman arriving on a free transfer.

Meanwhile the likes of Manchester City, Spurs, Chelsea and Liverpool have all strengthened their squads. So much for Arsenal learning their lesson from two years ago and doing their business early. Of course any signing like a Rooney or Suarez would take time, sometimes up to the last minute of the window.

Arsenal are doing nothing for the fans – Let’s return the favour!

What do we do now? by JS

As the season approaches, Arsene Wenger and the board are furiously preparing for the new campaign by launching bids, issuing statements to the fans as to what our plans and goals are and……wait, they aren’t doing that, they are releasing new kits for us to buy, reducing the wage budget and travelling to Asia to hoodwink the potential supporters over there as they have the rest of us. So what do we do now?

Arsene Wenger set to manage PSG from 2014?

Of all the thousands of Arsenal transfer rumours that have appeared since the end of the season, surely this is the biggest bombshell we have seen yet. We all know that Arsene Wenger’s current contract ends at the end of the coming season and the Frenchman has always insisted that he has and will always honour his contract with the club, but that doesn’t mean that he can’t make plans for when it finally ends.

It is a False Economy for Arsenal to delay in transfer window!

Arsenal must buy early – now is not the time to wait by DG

I have a question I would dearly like to ask the Arsenal board. When does saving money end up costing you money?

In recent years, we Arsenal fans have grown increasingly fearful of summer windows. Long periods of big stars courting opposition clubs, ending with a dramatic late sale and no replacement forthcoming until the next window…no thank you. When we do spend money, we tend to leave it late in the window, often buying after the season has already kicked off. We negotiate and haggle over transfers to save an extra million here and there, but is it really helping our bank balance?

Time for the Fans to stand up and demand our Arsenal back!!!


I have been an Arsenal fan since the first time I saw the red and white jersey raising majestically high in the sky of Highbury. My family’s older generations have always been Liverpool supporters. But my heart beats for Arsenal and I am proud to be a Gunner.

Arsenal fans shouldn’t take it out on Van Persie…

Don’t blame Robin! by DK

“As announced earlier this year I had a meeting with the Boss and Mr. Gazidis after the season. This was a meeting about the club’s future strategy and their policy. Out of my huge respect for Mr. Wenger, the players and the fans I don’t want to go into any details, but unfortunately in this meeting it has again become clear to me that we in many aspects disagree on the way Arsenal FC should move forward.”

Robin Van Persie last summer