Arsenal failed to take any points away from Goodison Park today, but you have to give all the credit to the home side.
Many Gunners fans will have been alerted when hearing the line-up, with a midfield duo of Mohamed Elneny failing to calm any nerves we had coming up against the in-form Blues, and any worries prove to be sustained. .......Read the full article here
Monday night we face off against Newcastle United in the Premier League in a game we simply must win, a loss would be a huge blow to making the top four via the league and with four teams in the running any dropped points will give a huge advantage to our nearest rivals. .......Read the full article here
I have done a quick bit of research on what the analysts and pundits are predicting for the Monday night game against Newcastle and the overwhelming view is that we will win and for the most part, fairly comfortably. .......Read the full article here
I have to be honest and openly admit that I was never a great fan of Petr Cech, I never wanted him to join us and even though he did do a good job between the sticks, I never felt that he was a true Gunner and I suspect that my feelings will be justified if reports in the media today turns out to be true. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal secure verbal agreement with Brazilian teenage sensation
It is being reported in the British press that Arsenal has reached a verbal agreement with teenage Brazilian forward, Gabriel Martinelli.
The Daily Mail, citing sources in Brazil, are claiming that we have seen off as many as 25 clubs to secure the youngsters signature. .......Read the full article here
If the Arsenal players walk off the pitch when one of them gets racially abused, I for one will support that action 100% and I am certain that I am in the majority supporting that. .......Read the full article here
When a season reaches it’s climax one of the best things about that period is football fans debating what will happen and this season is perfectly set up for such debates. .......Read the full article here
It’s been a weird old season for Arsenal, given that the Gunners have constantly flirted with disaster and a return to the chaotic end days of Arsene Wenger, but they’ve also shown massive signs of improvement under new manager Unai Emery. New dawns are often followed by a feeling of ‘the same old Arsenal’, and that theme has played out for most of the season. .......Read the full article here