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Is Wenger sending out the wrong message with Iwobi leniencies?

Alex Iwobi was supposedly caught on video partying into the early hours of the morning the night before the FA Cup loss to Nottingham Forest, but was still selected to start the match, as well as starting last night’s draw with Chelsea.

Arsenal’s Theo Walcott urged to better himself with transfer move

Ian Wright and Darren Bent have both claimed that Theo Walcott should leave Arsenal Football Club.

The forward has fallen down the pecking order in recent years, and has been limited to only three substitute outings in the Premier League so far this term.

Is Wenger holding Arsenal striker Lacazette back?

Ian Wright has sung the praises of Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette, but has urged him to be given less responsibilities outside the final third of the pitch.

The Frenchman arrived from Lyon this summer in a club record deal, and has impressed thus far, scoring five goals in his opening nine Premier League outings.

Ozil or Wilshere? Who would you rather see at Arsenal next season?

Mesut Ozil is back in the good books of Arsenal fans following an impressive display against Everton yesterday, and Jack Wilshere is believed to be on his heels in the battle for regular action.

Has the Arsenal board played a dangerous game with Wenger?

Ian Wright has claimed that Arsenal were silly to allow Arsene Wenger’s contract situation to stay in limbo up to this point. The Frenchman looks increasingly likely to stay with the club this summer, with an announcement expected tomorrow, but there has been contrasting statements…

Arsenal legend says Wenger deserves respect in his final season

Former Arsenal star Ian Wright has revealed that Arsene Wenger’s managerial reign is nearing its end, whilst slamming fans for disrespecting the Frenchman.

The 2 Arsenal records that PROVE Giroud’s a TOP Gunner

Ever since he signed for Arsenal back in the summer of 2012, the France international star Olivier Giroud has been under pressure and under fire from the football media as well as some Arsenal fans. And even when his performances and stats had convinced his critics in the media, it seemed like he could not win over a section if his own fans.

Don’t blame Giroud says Arsenal great! Who then?

I am not sure if the former Arsenal and England international striker had someone specific in mind when he said this, but having listened to some of the opinions put forward in the football media by Ian Wright about the problems of the Gunners in recent years, I would hazard a guess that Arsene Wenger might not be too far from his thoughts.