Harry Redknapp has claimed that Arsenal could win the Premier League title if they signed John Terry, stating the defender could win the league for any side.
The former Tottenham Hotspur manager was talking to TalkSport on Monday, and has moved to claim that if he was to make a bold move to win this season’s Premier League title he would sign John Terry, be it for Arsenal, Manchester City or anybody. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil has been described as a ‘passenger’ by former Ireland international Kevin Kilbane after his dire performances in the the past week.
We succumbed to successive 2-1 defeats having led during the first half of each game this week, with our second-half performances gifting our opponents the points. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal lost today to Manchester City, their second loss in a week, and questions have to be asked as to why we lost form so swiftly.
The Gunners lost 2-1 from a winning position today, much like they did against Everton in midweek, and we have to look at how, or more why? .......Read the full article here
Manchester City signed five players from Arsenal between 2009 and 2014, and Arsene Wenger has snidely described them as ‘good clients’.
The Citizens became a financial monster back in 2008 after being bought by some of the world’s richest people, and our club decided that they would fight the newfound riches of the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City by investing in our future. .......Read the full article here
Manchester City will be keen to leapfrog Arsenal in the Premier League table this weekend with a win over their rivals, but will have to do so without some key men.
The Citizens come into the match with as many as five key players missing out due to injury and suspension. .......Read the full article here
Now that the Champions League and Europa League competitions have finished their group stages and will not resume until well after the new year (bloomin’ Bayern again) all of the big clubs will be trying redouble their efforts in the fight for the Premier League title. .......Read the full article here
Patrick Vieira has admitted that he is annoyed that he was never given the chance to become a coach at Arsenal when deciding to hang up his playing boots.
The former Gunners captain was allowed to leave the club to join Juventus, which was later revealed as decided because the progression of Cesc Fabregas was more important to the club at the time. .......Read the full article here
Chelsea beat Manchester City today to cement their place at the top of the table, but the match gave Arsenal reasons to be happy.
The Blues extended their winning run of games to eight in the Premier League, which will not help our title aspirations, but due to plenty of drama in the final 10 minutes of the match, Manchester City received two red cards to key players. .......Read the full article here