Tag Archives: Wenger

Arsenal boss smugly jokes ‘City were good clients’

Manchester City signed five players from Arsenal between 2009 and 2014, and Arsene Wenger has snidely described them as ‘good clients’.

The Citizens became a financial monster back in 2008 after being bought by some of the world’s richest people, and our club decided that they would fight the newfound riches of the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City by investing in our future.

Arsenal boss blames unruly players for Everton loss

Arsene Wenger has moved to blame his players for conceding the goals which resulted in a loss on Tuesday night.

The Gunners took a lead in the first-half thanks to an Alexis Sanchez goal, only to go into the break level thanks to a header by Seamus Coleman. Our side failed to to score another goal, and in the tense final minutes of the match, Ashley Williams added to our misery by snatching a winner.

Is Arsenal boss trying to pile pressure on Chelsea?

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has moved to play down Chelsea as clear favourites for the Premier League title.

The Blues are flying high at present on the back of nine straight wins in the Premier League, and now sit pretty on top of the table with a three point advantage over the Gunners in second.

Does recent title win give Chelsea edge over Arsenal?

There is a lot that goes into a successful Premier League title challenge, and Arsenal seem to have found that we are lacking in at least one of them in every season since the invicibles won it without losing a single league game over a decade ago.

Arsenal legend urges Wenger to splash the cash!

Anyone connected with Arsenal shares the same desire, to see the Gunners win the Premier League title once again for the first time since the incredible Invincibles achieved what many thought was not possible back in 2004, but we do not all agree on the best way to do it.

Will fatigue play a part in Arsenal clashes with Stoke and Everton?

Arsenal are going great guns at the minute, still unbeaten in the Premier League since the first game of the season and with just the EFL cup loss to Southampton to add to that early defeat by Liverpool. The Gunners are up to second in the league table as well and after Arsene Wenger played a very strong side in the Champions League away to Basel he was richly rewarded with a first European group win in years.

Former Gunner Vieira frustrated at Arsenal coaching role snub

Patrick Vieira has admitted that he is annoyed that he was never given the chance to become a coach at Arsenal when deciding to hang up his playing boots.

The former Gunners captain was allowed to leave the club to join Juventus, which was later revealed as decided because the progression of Cesc Fabregas was more important to the club at the time.

Are sources ignoring key facts regarding Arsenal’s Ozil and Sanchez?

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola this week moved to deny speculation claiming he contacted Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez over a potential transfer, but is the rumour mill purposely ignoring key information in order to spout their rubbish?