Tag Archives: Bournemouth

Howe tipped to take over from Wenger – Could he change the game?

Steve McClaren has tipped Eddie Howe to bring his style of play to the Emirates, before claiming he could be one of a number of new coaches to bring a more fluid style into the game.

So where will Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere be playing next season?

Arsenal fans are resigned to losing Jack Wilshere this summer, but where could he go?

The England international has been rather downbeat when talking about the Gunners this term, which is a strange stance to come from a player widely considered to be ‘Arsenal through-and-through’.

Howe plays down Bournemouth return for Arsenal’s Wilshere

Eddie Howe has played down the likelihood of Jack Wilshere returning to Bournemouth following his one-year loan spell from Arsenal.

The Gunners allowed Jack to join the Cherries on a temporary deal this term as he looked to get his fitness, and his career back on track, and things had looked bright.

Bournemouth reveal extent of work on Arsenal’s Wilshere

Bournemouth’s Head of Medical Department Dr Craig Roberts has revealed the extent that his club have gone to in order to help Arsenal loanee Jack Wilshere recover from his string of injuries over the years.

Wilshere future uncertain – No Arsenal or Bournemouth offer

Jack Wilshere’s future remains uncertain with only 18 months remaining on his Arsenal deal, and no offer to extend it, or to join Bournemouth.

The 26 year-old joined the Cherries on deadline day back in August and has found an upturn in fortunes since leaving North-London.

Bournemouth v Arsenal Match Preview, Line-up and Score Prediction

Arsenal travel south today to take on Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium in the Premier League’s match-week 20.

We beat the Cherries 3-1 when hosting them at the Emirates Stadium in the first half of the season, thanks to two goals from Alexis Sanchez and a third from Theo Walcott, but will have to try and win today’s match-up without the latter.

Eddie Howe tipped for Arsenal job by Wenger’s former star

Claude Puel has tipped Eddie Howe to succeed Arsene Wenger in Arsenal’s top job in the future.

The current Southampton boss Puel worked under the French boss at Monaco when Wenger led them to the Ligue 1 title in 1988, and actually spent his entire playing career with the club.

Do Arsenal already have the perfect Cazorla replacement?

Santi Cazorla’s Arsenal contract is set to run out at the end of the season and although it is likely be renewed, so who could replace him as boss of our build up play whe Santi retires?