Why Alexis Sanchez can play as a striker at Arsenal by AT
The curious case of Cesc Fabregas by MrAFC
Hopefully Arsenal fans will have a warm glow in their hearts this summer. If the Gunners keep up their recent form for another eight days, we won’t have to listen to every other pundit, commentator or interviewer trawling out their favourite line about, blah blah years without a trophy.
Arsenal must get Connor Wickham or someone else will! By Twig
One of Wenger’s trademarks is the ability to spot young and obscure talents and mould them into fine footballers with Arsenal. He did it with Nikolas Anelka, Thierry Henry and quite recently with Theo Walcott. It must also be the motivation behind the signing of the injury prone Yaya Sanogo, who had put in a number of fine performances for the France U21, even though fans were baying for the already world class Luis Suarez.
Every Arsenal fan and their dogs expected Arsene Wenger to buy a new striker last summer to complement (if not replace) Olivier Giroud, and that seemed to be confirmed by the Gunners interest in Luis Suarez, but nothing came of it and we got Mesut Ozil instead to calm the fans frustration.
The talent of Chuba Akpom by Ash
If you weren’t sure who Chuba Akpom was before, and to be honest I reckon there is a fair few out there that weren’t aware of him at Arsenal, then I’m sure after the way this pre-season tour of Asia has been going, then you will surely be aware of how talented this young striker really is.
The Areas in our Team that REALLY need Strengthening by Uche
Hello boys and girls. The 1st of June is here at last, and with that comes the eager anticipation of new signings at Arsenal. Up until now, we have managed to find excuses for the club’s lack of announcements of new signings because the transfer window has not officially opened. But once it is 12am on the 1st of June, we are officially allowed to rip into Arsene and the Arsenal Board if nothing is announced.
At the beginning of the season, it looked like Olivier Giroud would be a complete flop when he missed sitter after sitter in Arsenal first five or six games, but he is under the impression that he has settled in rather well for his first season, and he promises to improve even further in the next campaign. He said on Arsenal.com: “For me it’s a good season,”