Tag Archives: replacements

Pardew – Arsenal have just two days to tie up Cabaye transfer

Arsenal’s latest confirmed target Yohann Cabaye has been left out of the Newcastle squad while the negotiations continue with the Gunners. The Toon boss Alan Pardew has criticized Arsene Wenger for destabilising his the French midfielder and also for puttting in an unacceptable bid for his player, and is now telling the Gunners that they are running out of time to come up with a realistic bid for Cabaye.

Arsenal Analysis – SEVEN possible Wenger replacements assessed

Arsenal Debate: If Wenger goes, who do we bring in? by Spendah.

Wenger – No deadwood leaves until Arsenal find replacements

Every Arsenal fan is totally aware that the Gunners have a certain list of players on the wage bill that are simply not good enough to wear the Red & White, and are extremely unlikely to even get another game for the first team ever, but worryingly, Arsene Wenger does not expect any of them to be leaving the Emirates at the moment.

Robert Pires has confidence in Arsenal’s new arrivals

Former legend says that Giroud will shine by AM

Wengers lies – No choice and no replacement for Van Persie

There is obviously going to be a lot of anger from Arsenal fans after the news that Van Persie has moved to our biggest historical rivals Manchester United, after inferring that there was no way he would move to another Premiership club.

Kalvin: Who Wenger needs to buy now (NOT Barton!)

Baines, Valbuena, Cahill and Samba, not Barton and Doyle! by Kalvin Ovsiowitz

I will start by saying that this is not a rant nor an article about the idiocy that is the Arsenal board, but about who we need to buy to keep us fans from going beserk.

Toby: Nasri and Clichy are rubbish, and Wenger has perfect replacements already!

Storm in a tea cup! by Toby Leach

Well it all seems to be doom and gloom at the moment so lets see if we can bring this whole debacle back down to earth and get to the meat of it!

Abdul: The players Wenger needs to buy….

So exactly what should Arsenal look like at the start of 2011/2012 season? by Abdul