As Arsenal fans prepare for the latest test of our Premier League title winning credentials, this could be a crucial week for Arsene Wenger and the players. Man City may not be top of the table right now but they will still probably be the biggest obstacle to the Gunners being crowned champions in May.
Cech to help Arsenal win the Premier League? by Sam P
The football world in England is still not all that convinced about the new Arsenal and our chances of finally regaining the Premier League title next season, despite the very positive looking transfer of Petr Cech and the way we finished last season.
The future of Arsenal by TJ
It appears that Shad Forsythe has begun to work his magic with the reduction in “player days lost to injuries” and getting players back ahead of schedule. But that’s not the only significant change happening in the background.
Wenger’s second jibe at Man City for signing Lampard on loan…. by SE
Arsene Wenger, for his astute dealings in the Transfer market to bolster Arsenal’s squad, has no necessity to taunt Man City and their recruitment policies time and time again.
There has been a lot of talk about the former Arsenal captain and fan favourite Cesc Fabregas recently. Many of us Gooners have always harboured hopes that we would see the midfield magician back in the red and white of Arsenal one day, so the growing likelihood of him going to Chelsea does not make good hearing.
Most Arsenal fans would admit to being slightly less than delighted in the way the club and Arsene Wenger have gone about their transfer business in recent years. We hear that this has all changed now that the Emirates stadium loan is no longer a millstone round our neck, but we have still to see much evidence of it apart from the breaking of the transfer record to sign Mesut Ozil.
Both Arsenal and Chelsea really wanted to win this game, but looking at the situation on the Premier League table, it was perhaps even more important, again for both sides, not to lose. But Arsenal were at home and this game represented a great chance for Arsene Wenger to finally record a win against Jose Mourinho.
After a couple of slightly below par performances for Arsenal, Aaron Ramsey was back with a bang against Liverpool yesterday, proving that his scoring skills are here to stay. The Welshman has not been poor, but we have come to expect so much from him, that when his standards dropped back to that of a mere mortal, people started wondering whether his great start to the season was just a temporary purple patch.