Tag Archives: Oxlade

Arsenal fans need to be patient with Oxlade-Chamberlain

Chamberlain shouldn’t be judged on his performance against Hull City by SE

Arsenal players delighted about Ozil and Club’s Ambition!!

Players delighted at Ozil addition by Ash

It has almost been a week since we found out Arsenal would be signing Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid in a £42.4 million deal; however the fans are still as excited to see him play as they were at the start and it doesn’t look like things will calm down anytime soon.

Wenger’s ability to develop Ramsey, Ox and Wilshere could save Arsenal

How Wenger develops young midfielders part 1 by KJ

Arsenal Debate – Use Ox as CAM or keep him out wide?

OX needs to remain on the wing by Ash

Arsenal and the Ox to push on for glory

The young Arsenal and England star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is determined to contribute a lot more next season and help the Gunners to end the long trophy drought that is really starting to become an issue for fans and players alike. The talented 19-year old is not a striker, but he knows that his Arsenal return of just two goals last season was well below par for him and he knows he can do a lot better.

Arsenal will see the Ox sparkle again next season

The young Arsenal and England star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will probably agree that he did not push on, at least at club level, as he would have liked this season just gone. He proved again though, playing well and scoring against Brazil, that he is a great talent and has a bright future ahead of him.

Is Pearce right about Arsenal stars and England

Stuart Pearce has been speaking about the Arsenal players Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain following the first game for the England under-21 side in this summer’s European Championships in Israel. England were uninspiring and lost 1-0 to a much better looking Italy side, which led to Pearce’s complaints about the players available to him.

Why Arsenal fans and Wenger should hate Gael Clichy

Arsenal and Gareth Bale by SS

Arsene Wenger has revealed why he never signed Gareth Bale when he had the chance, and the reason was that he had Gael Clichy. Bale used to play at left back for the majority of his career until the last two or three seasons and Wenger didn’t like the idea of having two young left backs in his team. Then Clichy left for Man City, no wonder Wenger snubbed him in the tunnel.