Are Arsenal really that unlucky? by Blaz
Arsene Wenger watched his Arsenal side lose points to a direct rival at the top of the Premiership for the second week in a row, mostly due to another totally inept first half of the game.
David Moyes saw his Everton team fight back bravely after going 1-0 behind in the first minute of last night’s game, and he thinks that Everton deserved all three points and would have got them if the ref hadn’t have been so lenient on Arsenal.
Olympiacos v Arsenal NextGen Series by TS
Arsene Wenger saw his team lose yet again to a mid-table side and put the important third place in the Premiership in jeopardy. Aston Villa scored two goals through Darren Bent in the first 15 minutes as Arsenal seemed to play with fear from the beginning, but they started playing too late.
Arsene Wenger saw his Arsenal team lose at home to a newly-promoted team for the second time this season, but he thinks that, considering Newcastle only had one shot on target, overall Arsenal were unlucky to lose the game.
The Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger saw his team lose their first Champions League game of the season to Shakhtar Donetsk last night, and also blow their chances of sewing up the group with two games to go.
The little Russian striker Andrei Arshavin has been musing on the strange game at Sunderland on Saturday, and says that although the Arsenal fans won’t be happy with the final result, they should “understand that our victories are ahead”.