Are Arsenal fans entitled to success? by JS
Two of the best coaches around are free, for someone else to take ’em of course! by Konstantin
Good day, good people of the Arsenal world. The summer transfer window has already dropped two of it’s biggest transfer bombs, despite everyone pretty much knowing what was gonna happen. Carlo Ancelotti was sacked by Real Madrid, after winning them 4 trophies in their first season and none in their second.
Draw may secure 3rd but Wenger proves every day he won’t cut it by Konstantin Mitov
Hello fellow Gooners. Dreaming of a Premier League title tilt next year? Well then you’d hope a miracle happens and Arsene Wenger leaves Arsenal. We’re really ending a poor season in a poor way. We’re likely to finish third but we really blew it again.
According to many Arsenal transfer rumours over the last couple of years, Arsene Wenger has been very keen on completing the signing of the Germany international forward Marco Reus from Borussia Dortmund. But this year the Frenchman´s hopes of finally getting his long term targets seemed to have suffered a terminal blow.
KLOPP HAS MADE ME APPRECIATE WENGER EVEN MORE by Uche
So the bombshell has dropped that Jurgen Klopp, the much beloved and innovative Manager of Borussia Dortmund, is leaving at the end of the season. No he did not get fired. According to him, the time has come for the club to try someone different. So why am I writing about another club’s manager?
I am one of the Arsenal fans that has been wondering what on earth has been going on with our use of Theo Walcott, after the super quick winger/forward has been kept languishing on the bench since his return from a year long spell on the sidelines due to injury.
I wonder if this latest Arsenal transfer rumour could be behind the fact that Arsene Wenger has had the young Gunners’ striker Chuba Akpom on the Arsenal bench for recent games and has even given the 19-year old his Premier League debut at Southampton and some important game time in the FA cup win over Hull City last weekend.
Why Jurgen Klopp would be perfect for Arsenal by RP.
Wenger has helped to install an exemplary youth development institution at Arsenal and although a large selection of the current ‘homegrown’ players may have been bought in, let’s be honest with each other, they was kids when bought. Arsenal are known for buying ‘kids’ and as such have some very exciting prospects developing in the likes of Dan Crawley and Gedion Zelalem, the future is not in question when you look at Arsenal.