Arsenal play host to Burnley today in the last home match of the season, and Arsene Wenger will be waving goodbye to a home crowd for the last time.
The Frenchman is making his long-awaited exit from the club after 21 years in charge, and there is expected to be a ceremony after the match-up in his honour. .......Read the full article here
Charlie Nicholas has claimed that Arsenal Football Club have no idea who they will hand the reigns to following the imminent departure of Arsene Wenger.
The Frenchman is set to step down from his role as Gunners boss once the final two Premier League fixtures are completed come next weekend, and the club will have to appoint their first new manager in over 21 years. .......Read the full article here
Since the announcement that Arsene Wenger will end his Arsenal reign after 22 years at the club, there’s been plenty of debate and speculation as to who will fill the post, with opinion seemingly split amongst fans. Some believe a younger coach should be appointed, with the aim of planning long-term, while others feel the club needs to bring in an experienced world-class manager, who already has a proven record of success. .......Read the full article here
Arsene Wenger has admitted that the club made him announce his departure from Arsenal Football Club recently, but did they really force his hand without a new man lined up?
The Frenchman is the current longest standing Premier League manager with a whopping 21 years of service, but has finally made the decision to leave the club this summer, despite having a year remaining on his contract. .......Read the full article here
Arsene Wenger is hoping for a happy ending to his reign as Arsenal manager this season, but our opening leg result against Atletico may well have left us too big of a challenge to overcome. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has stated his confidence in sealing a deal to keep Aaron Ramsey beyond his current contract.
The Welsh international is inside the final 18 months of his playing deal, and is believed to be in line for a wage hike, with the midfielder having become an integral part of our side in recent seasons. .......Read the full article here
It was a fantastic first half hour of football for the watching Arsenal fans as the visiting CSKA Moscow surprised everyone by coming out fighting right from the kick off. Arsene Wenger admitted that this was not what he was expecting. “I think CSKA Moscow is a good team with a very good technical level, who are very quick going forward. Every time they won the ball, they gave us many problems in the first half. That’s all I can say. They have a very good technical level and are very mobile, very intelligent with their use of the ball as well. They played in a very offensive style. We are not used to seeing that at the Emirates in the Premier League. Teams come here, play in their half and wait for us. They had a go at us and it was uncomfortable.” .......Read the full article here
Ainsley Maitland-Niles has stated that manager Arsene Wenger takes too much of the blame for his side’s failings, and urges his fellow Arsenal players to stand up and be counted.
The Gunners have fallen to sixth spot in the table this season, 13 points outside the top four, with only 24 potential points remaining from the campaign, but we may still save our season with Europa League glory. .......Read the full article here