No deal in place for Higuain by AH
Nacho Monreal has probably got a different perspective to all his Arsenal team mates about the club, as he only signed for the Gunners at the end of January after an injury to Kieran Gibbs. The left bacl spent the first half of the season playing for Malaga in the Spanish Primera Liga, so probably knew nothing about the intense pressure that Arsene Wenger and his players were under earlier in the season.
Arsene Wenger has already acknowledged that Arsenal did not play well enough on Saturday. He has not taken refuge in bemoaning his luck, despite the fact that the Gunners dominated the game throughout and fell victim to a flukey goal that was one of only two attempts on target by Blackburn Rovers.
The Arsenal fans have practically given up on the little Russian maestro Andrei Arshavin after accusing him of being lazy on the pitch over the last couple of seasons, but his manager Arsene Wenger completely refuses to allow any criticism of the 31 year-old’s commitment to the team.
Bendtner still not catching a break at Juventus by TS
Do Italians have something against the Danes? Maybe they just have something against Nicklas Bendtner. Either way, it looks like the Arsenal loanee is still catching some flak after his arrival in Turin. The striker who was loaned out to Juventus for the season hasn’t had an easy time of things in Italy with the club announcing that the Dane wasn’t their first choice.
Fair Comment VS Unfair Criticsm – Where do we draw the line by CS
Over the last couple of Seasons, the ambitions of Arsenal Football Club has been attacked from ALL Quarters – The Media, (Online, Printed Press, TV Pundits) unhappy / disloyal departing Players AND Large Parts of its OWN Fanbase.
Ramsey by SV
I wrote earlier today about some of the Arsenal-related transfer rumours which have been circulating recently. One of them concerned the possible sale of Aaron Ramsey, and I said that Wenger would be reluctant to sell him because of his potential. As I wrote it, I knew that there would be some disagreement over the statement. This article will hopefully explain why I made it anyway.
The Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish has seen his side beaten just once since losing to Arsenal (thanks to a last minute Yossi Benayoun goal) back in December, and is hoping to carry on that good form in today’s FA Cup match at the Emirates.