Arsene Wenger has claimed that he has as much money to spend as he wants, as he looks to go one position better next season.
Arsenal capped off an extremely passionate finish to the season by snatching second-place in the table from neighbours Tottenham. Their 4-0 win yesterday was enough to leapfrog their near-rivals as they went onto get embarrassed by already-relegated Newcastle United 5-1. .......Read the full article here
We will have to see what effect, if any, the protests from Arsenal fans at the Norwich game today, in the press and social media and in the two Premier League games still to come will have on the Arsenal board and our glorious leaders Stan Kroenke and Arsene Wenger, but you get the impression that the Frenchman will still be in charge of Arsenal at the start of next season. .......Read the full article here
Long standing Arsenal supporter has had enough by PH
Hi Fellow Gooners
Last year I gave up my season ticket.
As this season draws to a close I share the frustration of all Gooners. I am sure we are all more embarrassed than disappointed, as we have let a workmanlike but unexceptional team like Leicester clinch the EPL. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal fan groups announce riots? Interesting times for sure! by KM
Well, well, a happy good day to you all! By far the best news for me is coming from the fact that three of the Arsenals biggest fan groups – the Arsenal Supporters club, the Black Scarf movement and REDaction have released statements that change is needed. I feel like there is no need to quote the statements, because this site had enough of the points pointed out there being put in place! .......Read the full article here
Arsenal fans have grown increasingly frustrated with their lack of progression in recent seasons, and the surprising revelations of Leiecester has only enhanced their anger.
Supporter groups AST, REDaction and the BSM have all agreed to participate and promote a protest during the upcoming league fixture against Norwich City. They are asking fans to lift up their banners in the 12th and 78th minutes with the slogan: “Time for Change. Arsenal is stale — fresh approach needed”. .......Read the full article here
Players need a new leader on and off the pitch by Big Gun
Looking back on Arsenal’s season, it has been another serious case of déjà vu. If we had a theme song, it would be the one on that broken record, likening to an old school country ballad, we all know how it begins and how it will end. .......Read the full article here
My views why Wenger should move on by Kieran Daly .......Read the full article here
Stand up and be heard! Or be silent like Stan and enjoy more of the same. by KM .......Read the full article here