The Arsenal winger Theo Walcott thinks it is unfair that Arsene Wenger takes all the blame when the team loses as he is aware that it is the players’performances on the pitch that decide whether they win or lose.
The Spirit of the Gun Rages On: by SN
Things could be looking up! By SB
Arsenal are once again a team. The performance against Stoke showed real cameradery, heart and pride for the mighty cannon. The boys looked like they were willing to fight for each other until the very death, which is what they achieved.
Arsenal have had very many crucial games since the turn of the year and, to be honest, haven’t come out of many of them with the result they wanted, but for Arsenal fans this one against Tottenham is probably even more important!
George Graham may have managed both Arsenal and Spurs and won trophies for both clubs, but if you were to ask him who he holds a torch for the answer would most definitely be Arsenal. He has been speaking to the Mail on Sunday about the game today and he thinks that Spurs are the most likely winners.
Arsenal Tottenham games are always spicy affairs, but today it has a little extra spice attached because of a certain striker called Emmanuel Adebayor. Spurs boss Harry Redknapp has already expressed his concerns about player abuse now it is the time of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.
Great Potential For Next Season by Eddie Bingham
After regularly hunting down various articles concerning Arsenal transfer updates and rumors, I have been made ever more hopeful at the prospect of finally filling that dusty trophy cabinet at the Emirates. And while my ideas for next season’s starting XI go slightly against the typical Wenger way of operating, I think it is perfectly reasonable and is based upon who I have heard Arsene is interested in and what we already have.
The emotional rollercoaster of the last couple of seasons have been almost too much to bear for most Arsenal supporters. Can you still remember the joy of Adebayor’s goal 6 minutes from time against Liverpool in the Champions league 2008 after an outstanding break by Walcott? Can you remember the deep disappointment when Gerrard and Babel scored in the next 6 minutes to dump us out?