Arsenal are currently the second favourites to end the season as the winner of the Europa League, but is that title worthy?
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.
Arsenal face CSKA Moscow tonight in the first leg of the Europa League quarter finals.
The Gunners will be eager to get a comfortable lead before making the dreaded trip to Russia in a week’s time, a country we have failed to win in our four trips there under UEFA regulations.
Arsenal make the daunting trip to Italy today to take on Italy’s most in-form team in AC Milan, while our team has hit record lows of late.
Arsene Wenger has moved to insist that UEFA’s ruling regarding players being ineligible for certain competitions to be scrapped, with Pierre-Emerick’s exclusion from Arsenal’s Europa League squad clearly irking the manager.
Arsene Wenger has insisted that he is not ready to prioritise the European competition over the Premier League, but should he reconsider?
Arsenal find out their fate in the Europa League draw tomorrow afternoon, and will be pleased to be on the seeded side of the draw.
The Gunners topped their group with an unbeaten run of results, and will now be eagerly awaiting the draw for the knockout stages of the competition
Arsenal have been forced to push their Europa League opening match kick-off back by an hour.
FC Koln have had a huge amount of supporters travel to London for today’s match-up, with as many as 20,000 believed to have descended on the capital city.