Tag Archives: Eisfeld

Is Pires at Arsenal to help Ozil cope with Premier League?

As you probably know already, the former Arsenal star Robert Pires is back at the Club. Arsene Wenger has not re-signed the 39-year old midfielder, but after the summer saga with Mathieu Flamini earning himself a new contract by impressing the manager, you never know. Maybe Pires was encouraged by that situation to try his luck, who knows?

Time for Arsenal to give Thomas `Pires` Eisfeld a chance?

Eisfeld surely deserves a great chance! by Ash

Thomas Eisfeld has often been a player that has been left on the fringes of the Arsenal set up ever since he joined the club back on the final day of the January 2012 transfer window in a deal of less than half a million from German super club Borussia Dortmund.

Can Gnabry play against Swansea? Do Arsenal have an option?

After Arsene Wenger rested most of his first choice Arsenal players for the league cup trip to West Brom, the Gunners should be able to field a well rested first team for the visit to the Liberty Stadium to face Swansea City on Saturday. This is great news for a squad depleted by injury, but there are a couple of things still concerning me.

Arsenal player ratings and review from West Brom

West Bromwich Albion 1 – 1 Arsenal, (3 – 4 on penalties) player ratings by KJ

The Arsenal team in comparison to West Brom’s was a lot more inexperienced and I did fear the worst when I saw both line ups. However, the first half proved that neither team was at it, as it was a rarity to see a team keep the ball for more than a minute.

Arsenal youngsters came of age in cup battle

Arsenal vs West Brom match review by Ash

Arsenal travelled to West Bromwich to face the Baggies in what was expected to be a highly contested League Cup tie. The game certainly did disappoint however as it was overall quite a flat game, however in the end thankfully the Gunners managed to come away with a win after both extra time and penalties.

West Brom vs. Arsenal review – Young Guns go through on penalties

Arsenal travelled to the Hawthorns to face West Brom in the Capital One cup, but most people would not have recognised them, because Arsene Wenger made nine changes, with lots of young players and back up players coming in. The big news was the return of Nicklas Bendtner, who has been given a chance to redeem himself.

West Brom vs. Arsenal preview, prediction and team news

Arsenal vs West Brom match preview by Ash

Today Arsenal will come up against West Bromwich Albion in the Capital One Cup. Expected to be an interesting game, Arsenal will need to be on top form to beat West Brom, who of course will be going for the win in their own stadium, the Hawthorns.