On Sunday afternoon, FC Seoul defeated K League 1 rivals Seongnam 1-0 thanks to a goal from Go Yo-Han. The black and red clad club won for the second time in the young South Korean season and strengthened their bid as title contenders. One name on Seoul’s team sheet looked very familiar to Arsenal supporters. It was the name of former Arsenal striker Park Chu-Young (Ju-Yeoung Park). The Gunners are still fighting for a Premier League top four finish and supporters will be following the remaining games intently. Supporters can use the Betfred promo code 2019 and wager on each Arsenal game.
There is no doubt that Unai Emery’s honeymoon period as Arsenal manager has come to an abrupt end with Thursday’s depressing defeat in Belarus. The Spaniard has been tinkering with the players and formations ever since he arrived and he still hasn’t got a cohesive unit that looks like they know what they are doing. The ending of Ramsey’s contract negotiations and the even more public spat with Mesut Ozil has not helped matters, with the German making it clear that he was going to stick to his contract at the Emirates.
Arsenal beat Huddersfield at the John Smith’s Stadium 2-1 today, but the scoreline does not tell the entire story.
I hope am not too late in saying happy new year to this wonderful Arsenal family and here are my wishes for the year:
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Following on from the earlier post where Robert Pires said that Arsenal were guaranteed a spot in the Top Four after winning nine competitive games in a row, there were many conflicting opinions about whether the Gunners were really improving enough to actually challenge for the League title.
One day soon people will be talking about Sanllehi and Emery. It wasn’t too long ago Dein and Wenger was on everyones lips. In todays footballing world, we talk about directors and owners as much as before when we spoke only about managers and players.
Abandon ship! The captain has left the building. by Konstantin Mitov
Mighty good morning people! The elephant in the room finally dropped it’s cover and Ivan Gazidis will be leaving Arsenal to take control of AC Milan. The man who finally took over the club from the hands of Arsene leaves the moment more money arrived on the table.
A few things we noticed about Arsenal in recent weeks by Kandy Theodore