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Arsenal fans should NOT accept losing to Man United at home!

Arsene – Speechless, Clueless but his job is still safe! by KM

What a disappointment. What does Wenger care about the poor old Arsenal fans saving money all year to make that one trip to the Emirates to see Arsenal lose to the WORST UNITED SIDE I’ve seen in my entire life.

Disaster… I had only one wish this year, and it was to beat a poor Man United side. I didn’t make the illusions we will win the league. Not until Wenger is gone. And just when i thought he cannot screw this one, there it is. The players looked on in disbelief. When they don’t know what to do, the manager should, instead Wenger sits there CLUELESS!

Arsenal MUST NOT underestimate Hull City

What kind of a game could Arsenal have in store against Hull City? by SE

Arsenal face one hull of a fight on their hands when Steve Bruce’s men visit the Emirates this Saturday afternoon, as both sides look to gather momentum heading into a crucial phase of their respective seasons. Arsenal, having won just 2 of their 7 games, will be desperate to string a few wins together, and tomorrow’s home game against the Tigers couldn’t have come at a more appropriate time for Wenger’s wizards who, before the international break, couldn’t stand up to Chelsea’s physical dominance. Hull City, despite picking up 9 points in the Premier League so far, have been far too porous at the back and, going into Saturday’s game Steve Bruce is bound to be concerned. There could be a goal-fest here so if you want to go to the game then look for Arsenal Tickets on LiveFootballTickets.com. All said and done, what kind of a game could Arsenal have in store against Hull City?

Are Arsenal favourites to beat Man City?

Going into Saturday’s game, will Arsenal’s FA Community Shield victory over Man City put them as favorites? by SE

FA Community Shield
As sporting outfits and sportspersons always look back at the history and head-to-head records – before going into a marquee clash – let us also recollect what happened when Arsenal faced Manchester City in the annual curtain raiser at the Wembley stadium in August. With both teams set to battle it out for the first time in the Premier League season this weekend, will Arsenal’s FA Community Shield victory over the reigning English champions put them as favorites?

Fans give Arsenal strength and belief to succeed says Arteta

Whatever you think about Arsenal drawing with Man City at the weekend, I don’t think many would argue that the players put in a performance full of guts and fight, especially after a week that cannot be forgotten too soon. It may not have been the result the Gunners needed to get themselves back into the race for the Premier League title, but it should have been enough to stop the rot and ensure that the season does not end up a complete disaster.

Come on Gooners, Arsenal can still do this! Get behind them!

Hold on, wait a minute, Arsenal can still win title!

For the first time in god knows how long, Arsenal are only 6 points off the top of the Premier League with a handful of games left! This opportunity may not come around again if we do not spend whilst the others are spending big around us! Yes we are dependent on the other teams f***ing up, but that does not mean we are doomed, so let’s cut all this negativity and get behind our team!

Why home form can win Arsenal the Premier League

Arsenal cannot rely on their excellent home form to help in the FA cup, with the semi-final and final to be played at Wembley, but it is safe to say that it has helped the Gunners get there. The draws have not been easy, with Premier League sides in every round but one, but they have all been at the Emirates and it has really become a fortress for Arsenal this season.

An Arsenal fan blown away and inspired by trip to the Emirates

The Emirates is truly awesome By AondoaverK

Hi Arsenal fans. Saturday was not a very good day was it? I missed watching the Stoke game on Television, holed up at, of all places, Stamford bridge. If I say I wasn’t feeling dejected, I would be lying. There was this feeling of something slipping away. And the taunting of other rival fans was loudly heard before they said anything. Surely, the words came…….trophyless season, no world class strikers bla….bla….bla

BFG warns Arsenal that Bayern will punish any imperfection

Per Mertesacker feeling on edge about Bayern? by Ash

Arsenal and Germany international defender Per Mertesacker has shown the first signs of worrying ahead of Arsenal’s first leg, last 16 Champions League tie against current holders Bayern Munich. Mertesacker has recognised the difficulty of the tie and has affectively warned the Gunners that unless two ‘perfect displays’ are performed within the two legs, then Arsenal should wave goodbye to progression.

Bayern on fire but Lahm still worried about Arsenal

If the Arsenal manager and players have been watching Bayern Munich games recently hoping to spot some kind of weakness in the German juggernaut, I hope they have had more luck than me. The holders of the Champions League have been in relentless form, but their captain has revealed that they see Arsenal as a serious danger in their quest to retain the European cup.

Philip Lahm, in an interesting interview with the Guardian, was not exactly quaking in his boots, as he and his teammates are understandably full of confidence, but he admits to having watched Arsenal a lot this season and to being very impressed. Also, the memory of last season’s game between the clubs in Munich is a painful memory.

Arteta calls on fans to be Arsenal’s 12th man

Between now and next Saturday at 5 o’clock, Arsenal have three massive games that could decide the course of the season. Next Saturday’s Premier League game against a rejuvenated Sunderland side is a must win if the Gunners are going to stay in the title race.

Before that comes the small matter of German powerhouses Bayern Munich in the Champions League, and to kick it all off a crucial FA cup clash with recent tormentors Liverpool. But Arsenal have home advantage in all three games, so if there was ever a time to make it count it is now.

Ramsey reckons Arsenal fans can help win the title

Even before Arsenal moved to their new state of the art Emirates stadium, the home ground was not exactly renowned for being the sort of place that opposing teams and fans feared to come to. Highbury and Library may have gone together because they rhymed, but it was sometimes true that the players could have done with a bit more of the Stoke/Britannia feel about it.

Wilshere feels home form is key to Arsenal winning title

Arsenal have played 10 Premier League games at the Emirates and 10 on the road and it shows just how good the away form is that the Gunners’ points haul is just one better from the home games. That away form is obviously very important for us, but Jack Wilshere feels the key to Arsenal staying at the top of the table and becoming champions could be the Emirates.