With Arsenal fan groups already planning a concerted protest during the Premier League game against Norwich City on Saturday evening, with the board and the major shareholder Stan Kroenke as well as Arsene Wenger being the target, it is pretty clear that we are not happy little Gooners at the minute.
The Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has been nominated for the shortlist for the PFA Player-Of-The-Year, but was strangely left out of the Team of the Year, but the German has come out and said he is not interested in personal accolades unless the team wins trophies.
The PFA have released their respective team of the seasons for the English divisions, and only one Arsenal star was selected for the final Premier League XI.
Hector Bellerin was our only inclusion in the line-up, but Nacho Monreal has been one of our stand-out stars this term, while Mesut Ozil has been incredible for much of the season.
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Hello everybody. Have you returned your ticket for the WBA game? It gets extremely interesting, because the fans are starting to make a move that might make a big splash at the stale waters at Arsenal of late.
Arsene Wenger gave his press conference ahead of Thursday’s match against West Brom where he played down reports of a move for Riyad Mahrez, and denied claims Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez were unhappy.
Key creative stars Sanchez and Ozil have been claimed to be seeking assurances over the club’s future before agreeing new contracts, with previous talks said to have broken down in recent months.
If the Arsenal and England star Jack Wilshere had not played 90 minutes for the under 21s on Monday, scoring a great goal which was not enough to help the young Gunners get the win they needed to win automatic promotion to the top division, I reckon that he would be in line for a first start of the season for the senior side on Thursday night.
Carlo Ancelotti is highly expected to be the next manager of Bayern Munich when Pep Guardiola moves to Manchester City next season, and of course there are many rumours flying around as to which will be the next big signings that the Italian would want to add to his team for next season.
The Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil is obviously a very opinionated person and does his own thing whatever other people expect him to be doing. I was quite pleased when he made it clear that Arsene Wenger needed to buy some more star players in the summer.