Tag Archives: Giroud

Arsenal fans should be POSITIVE for next season!

Can Arsenal win the Premier League this season? by RM

GOOD news for Arsenal is BAD news for Chile and France

THe second night of the round of games in the current international break is all done and dusted, with Arsenal fans and Arsene Wenger happy and relieved that the various Gunners involved have come through unscathed. In fact, they were hardly used. Only David Ospina completed a game and he kept a clean sheet as Colombia put six past Bahrain.

Arsenal striker reveals BIG ambitions and confidence

We often hear about how important it is for a professional footballer to be self confident in order to play their best and that is probably more true of the strikers whose job it is to score the crucial goals that the game is all about. So it is good to hear that the Arsenal and France international Olivier Giroud is bursting with self-belief at the minute.

Arsenal stars STILL believe in EPL title race

It could have been so much better for Arsenal at the weekend, but there are still plenty of Premier League points to play for and there are still good reasons for the Gunners to believe that the title race is not quite done and dusted yet this season.

Stats pinpoint Arsenal’s best 3 players at Newcastle (one surprise!)

Three Arsenal players who impressed in their side’s win over Newcastle United

Why Arsenal WILL NOT be buying another striker this summer

Arsene Wenger sent Joel Campbell, Yaya Sanogo and Lukas Podolski out on loan in January because he said that Arsenal had too many strikers at the club and they wouldn’t get any playing time at the Emirates,despite Olivier Giroud just having returned from injury and with Danny Welbeck spending a lot of time on the treatment table himself. Now it apears that Wenger was correct as Giroud and Welbeck are both nearly automatically the first names on the team-sheet each week.

Arsenal NEED luck to carry on through internationals

I think that the Arsene Wenger will be pretty pleased that Arsenal do not play again until the game against Liverpool at the Emirates stadium in two weeks. That will be the first of (hopefully) 10 games that will decide whether the season was a great success, satisfactory or a complete disaster so the manager will welcome this break.

How far can strong team spirit take Arsenal?

The Arsenal dressing room does seem to be a happy place to be right now. Even the disappointment of an early Champions League exit did not dampen the mood or affect our desire and determination too much this week. The damage was done in the first leg against Monaco, of course, but the way the players, especially Olivier Giroud, shrugged that off and got back on with the job of winning matches was truly remarkable.