The young English midfielder Jack Wilshere believes that yesterday’s defeat at Stoke could have been avoided if only the Arsenal strikers hadn’t missed their chances to take the lead in the first half.
Our loyalty deserves a spending spree by Glenn
I wanted to brake away from the daily guessing games of who we are going to sign this summer. Not that I have a problem with the speculation because that is the name of the game for fans all over Europe at this time of year, but Arsenal fans still need to know that the club is moving forward.
What’s so bad about Arsenal? by RC
Many Arsenal ‘fans’ have come out in force against Wenger, the board and our squad this week following shock defeats to Norwich and Shalke 04. I understand frustration due to a loss but to question a team that many of you were so confident about just a few weeks ago seems ridiculous to me.
Due to Man City’s excellent home record including two wins out of two this season, it is no surprise that Arsenal are outsiders to win this Sunday’s match at the Etihad, but there are some pointers that would suggest that the Gunners have a good chance of ending that record.
Arsenal are preparing to face the newly-promoted Southampton this weekend, and despite the South Coast club still being without a point, they have given a scare to both Man United and Man City having scored twice against each of the Top Two last season with Van Persie only rescuing Man United in the dying minutes last time out.