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Tag Archive | wenger

Saturday in Swansea

Previous results against Swansea have been interesting games, with the results of the last three games being a win, a draw and a loss. This was a must-win game for us as we need to ensure we are still firmly in the race for fourth spot. With Everton beating a lackluster Manchester City 2-0 earlier […]

Breaking Bayern

  With the absence of Jack Wilshere, Thomas Vermaelen and Wojciech Szczesny, even more people began writing us off before a ball had been kicked. The fact is we beat Bayern Munich in the Allianz Arena to end their twenty four game unbeaten run but went out on away goals. Despite this, Geoff Shreeves decides […]

North London Is Red

Arsenal vs Spurs is always the first two fixtures I look for the dates of when the fixture list is announced before the beginning of the season. This fixture is more than a rivalry, it is pure hatred on both sides. It is imperative that we win to keep Spurs in their rightful place, our […]

The Return Of The King?

  According to The Express, Arsenal’s hero might be returning to The Emirates in a coaching capacity sooner rather than later. The article expresses the belief that Thierry will be placed into the Youth setup after the recent announcement of Liam Brady’s retirement scheduled for May 2014. Brady, already an Arsenal Hero and someone Jack […]

Arsenal’s Greatest Foreign Players of the Past 20 Years

  A huge factor in the Arsenal’s during the late 1990s-early 2000s were the players signed by Arsène Wenger. At a time of less scouting, Wenger was able to unearth true gems at bargain prices from overseas thanks to his extensive knowledge of the European game. These foreigners went on to become club legends and […]

A Look At What The January Transfer Window Means For Arsenal, Theo Walcott and Who Arsenal Could Sign This January?

  With the transfer window now officially open clubs around the world will be looking to strengthen their squad or move players on. However, the January transfer window is not favoured by most managers with several teams unlikely to conduct much transfer business at all, if any. I can understand why some managers and clubs […]

Who Are The Arsenal of Today?

Arsenal are in a rut, there’s no denying that. We’ve been in miserable form since the 3-1 win at Upton Park, and that no one has the answers, not even Arsène. It’s worrying that no one seems to have a clue anymore, whether it’s to do with contracts, tactics, form, or any other issues a […]