Tag Archives: The Ox

Interest hotting up for Oxlade-Chamberlain?

The Ox is eyeing up potential suitors!

Whilst Arsenal fans cannot continue to demand more and more from the club in the transfer market, admittedly it has gone awfully quiet since the signing of Granit Xhaka.

The deadwood that Arsenal must deal with this summer

The future of Walcott, the Ox, Per and the Arsenal deadwood?‏by KM

Good day to all of you bright people! As the title ended in spectacular fashion in the hands of Leicester, there is still something to play for in the league and tonight would be a really funny one if Man United managed an away win at West Ham on their final game at the Boleyn Ground.

Ray Parlour gives Arsenal really BAD advice!

Arsenal’s English Core has failed by DN

Okay we all know the failings in the Arsenal team, and the biggest one for me is that the “promising youngsters” that we have expecting great things from, have simply failed to deliver. You know who I’m talking about; Walcott, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Wilshere, Jenkinson, Gibbs, etc, etc.

Oxlade-Chamberlain – New Arsenal contract? Or last chance gone?

There will be many players at Arsenal this summer reaching the position of having two years left on their present deal, which is traditionally the time to start discussions on extensions. Mesut Ozil is one, and we have already heard what he German had to say about that, but it is also time for Arsene Wenger to sit down with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Cech and Koss injuries add to Wenger’s woes against Tottenham

Arsenal are on their worst losing run for six years with back to back defeats against Barcelona, Man United and now Swansea, all in the space of eight miserable days. This is supposed to be the time of the season when Wenger gets all his injured players back and everyone is on form, and the team goes on a scintillating run to finish in the top four.

Man United v Arsenal Betting Preview – Tough game to call

This game used to be one of the biggest matches of the season between the two favourites for the title every year, but since Alex Ferguson left Old Trafford, both David Moyes and Louis Van Gaal have struggled to make United back into the powerhouse we expect to see.

Was it enough that Arsenal got the three points?

Arsenal pulled themselves back to within five points of Leicester yesterday with the 2-0 win over Bournemouth. After going four games without a win it was crucial that the Gunners got back to winning ways, and Arsene Wenger admitted in the after match interview that, although it was not the best performance, it was the three points that mattered the most.

Would Arsenal fans swap The Ox for Eden Hazard!

I know it sounds a bit farfetched, and I am certain that any Arsenal fan would snap Roman Abramovich’s hand off if he offered to sell us Eden Hazard as long as Wenger gave him Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in return, but is it such an impossible deal to believe?