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What next for Arsenal?

What next for Arsenal?

So, it really did happen. Arsenal’s supposed dream Champions League last 16 draw turned into a nightmare with a horror show against Monaco to leave their European hopes all but over for another year. But where do the Gunners go from here? With five teams realistically in with a chance of nicking the final two Champions League spots in the ... Read More »

Premier League – Half Term Report

Premier League – Half Term Report

Nineteen games gone, nineteen to go. At the end of 2014, we’re precisely at the half way point of the Premier League season. Here is an assessment of how each of the twenty teams have performed, who’s top of the class, who “must do better” and who needs to up their game significantly: ARSENAL – B Once again, they’re only ... Read More »

Why Chelsea Will Win The League – But Won’t Go Unbeaten

Why Chelsea Will Win The League – But Won’t Go Unbeaten

As the Premier League pauses for another international break, Chelsea lead the way having set a blistering pace with only four points dropped from the first eleven games. Whilst they already appear to have one hand on the title, some pundits are now wondering whether they can go through the entire season unbeaten – and replicate what Arsenal achieved ten ... Read More »

WAG of the Week: Laia Grassi – Girlfriend Of Arsenal Signing Alexis Sanchez

WAG of the Week: Laia Grassi – Girlfriend Of Arsenal Signing Alexis Sanchez

In what was a monumental move in terms of both the upcoming Premier League season’s title race and the landscape of the Football WAG in England, Arsenal quite literally brought the heat on Thursday with the big name signing of striker Alexis Sanchez away from FC Barcelona. Sanchez, fresh off a decent run to the Round of 16 with Chile ... Read More »

Arsene Wenger signs new Arsenal deal

Arsene Wenger signs new Arsenal deal

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has put pen to paper on a new three-year deal which will see the Frenchman stay at the North London club until 2017. Wenger, 64, ended the clubs 9 year trophy drought earlier this month by beating Hull 3-2 after extra-time to lift the FA Cup at Wembley. The trophy was the eighth major trophy that ... Read More »

Arsenal Through To FA Cup Final

Arsenal Through To FA Cup Final

Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal are honing in on their first major trophy since 2005 as they advanced to the 2014 FA Cup Final today, outlasting current cup holders Wigan Athletic on penalty kicks following a 1-1 draw after 120 minutes at a mostly packed Wembley Stadium. The Arsenal triumph snaps Wigan’s fantastic run in the FA Cup over the past 2 campaigns, reeling off ... Read More »

Arsenal To Continue The Trend + Everton To Miss Out

Arsenal To Continue The Trend + Everton To Miss Out

After Roberto Martinez’s Everton side won their 6th game in a row against Arsenal yesterday, the blue side of Merseyside were rightly dreaming last night about Champions League football next season. But with 6 games to go (5 in Arsenal’s case), will this be Everton’s year? Or will Arsenal once again get away with it and earn the right to ... Read More »

Amazing Wallcott goal vs Chelsea

Amazing Wallcott goal vs Chelsea

Is this one of Theo Wallcott’s best goals in an Arsenal shirt? Here he is getting taken out before climbing back up to his feet, running seemingly impossibly through Chelsea’s backline and then firing hard past a stranded (or shocked?) Petr Cech! Read More »

Why More Technology Is Needed In Football

Why More Technology Is Needed In Football

This season has seen the introduction of technology into football (well, the Premier League) for the first time. However, at the moment the only aspect of the game that the new system is covering is whether or not a ball crosses the goal line or not. Whilst this is progress and a long-awaited breakthrough for the sport in general, surely ... Read More »

Why Wenger Is Far From “A Specialist In Failure”

Why Wenger Is Far From “A Specialist In Failure”

Tomorrow Arsene Wenger will be celebrating the landmark of his 1,000th game in charge of Arsenal. With Sir Alex Ferguson retiring at the end of last season, the Frenchman has become the longest serving Premier League manager by a huge distance. “A specialist in failure” he certainly is not, contrary to what some (well one certain individual) believes. To even ... Read More »