The Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood has made public the fact that the Gunners are in negotiations
with Everton about their 28 year-old defender Phil Jagielka, and Wenger himself also admitted that
the Gunners had yet to agree a price with David Moyes team. Hill-Wood said last night: "We have
made a bid for him but [.
The Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas is not training with the Arsenal first team while he waits for
Barcelona to finally come to an agreement with the Gunners over his move back to the Nou Camp, and
Arsene Wenger wants the situation resolved as soon as possible. When asked if Fabregas would be
prepared to stay [.
Arsene Wenger has left his captain Cesc Fabregas out of his squad for this weekends Emirates Cup,
and with the start of the new season just two weeks away Wenger admits that he can only concentrate
on getting the players that want to play for Arsenal ready for the new season. "He will not be
There is some interesting Arsenal transfer news around this morning, and it seems (according to the
Telegraph anyway) that Arsene Wenger has decided to increase his bid for the Everton defender Phil
Jagielka. There were rumours last week that Arsenal bid Â£10m for the Englishman, which was
dismissed out of hand by Everton, but the [.
It will certainly be interesting to see who Arsene Wenger gives the Number One jersey to in
Arsenal's first league game this season. Lukas Fabianski was the first choice after Manuel
Almunia's last ballsup, until he got injured (by Szczesny!) and the Pole is keen to win his place
back. He is now fit again [.
The Blackburn defender Christopher Samba has vigorously denied that he has disrespected his club
and told the Sun that he wants to join Arsenal. The Sun quoted Samba as saying: "A player who has
no ambition to play at a higher level has made a mistake and chosen the wrong sport. "I don't know
Well would you believe it! According to reports everywhere, both Arsenal and Tottenham have agreed
transfer fees with Valencia for their talented midfielder Juan Mata, and although the players
father admitted that they were considering both offers, the player himself would prefer to move to
Arsenal's ongoing injury problems seem to have started earlier than usual this season. There is
still two weeks to go before the opening game against Newcastle, and Arsene Wenger has already
announced that Abou Diaby will miss at least the first month, and now it seems that Theo Walcott
also has a recurring injury that [.
Arsene Wenger is (or at least should be!) looking at some cover for Alex Song in the Arsenal
midfield, especially now that Denilson is on the other side of the world and Abou Diaby has become
the Gunners latest sick-note. Well according to the Metro, Arsenal are lining up a Â£6m bid for the
The Barcelona vice-president Josep Maria Bartomeu, who has been involved with the negotiations with
Arsenal for Cesc Fabregas, was very happy to announce the arrival of Alexis Sanchez at the Nou Camp
yesterday and bullishly proclaimed that he would be joined by Fabregas very shortly. Bartomeu said:
"It is a sure thing that we will [.
The Arsenal youngster Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (commonly known as JET) was thought to be one of Arsene
Wenger's most promising youngsters just a couple of years ago, but amid rumours of attitude and
disciplinary problems he only ever made one single appearance in the Premiership for the Gunners
first team, and that was for only nine [.
There is an interesting post on the official Arsenal website that seems to suggest that Aaron
Ramsey is keen to be Jack Wilshere's partner in the Arsenal midfield next season, with Alex Song as
the defensive part of the trio. The article itself mentions that Fabregas and Diaby may split them
up when they return [.
It is being reported today that Arsenal have agreed a Â£4m fee with the Turkish giants Galatasary
for the 28 year-old defender Emmanuel Eboue, and he is leaving with Arsene Wenger's blessing. We
all knew that Denilson and Bendtner were going to be out the door, but Eboue was thought to be
staying at Arsenal [.
Everyone was shocked when the young Costa Rican star Joel Campbell turned down the chance to join
Arsenal last week, and there were reports that both Manchester United and Fiorentina had also
presented the 20 year-old with counter offers. But now there are reports coming out of Costa Rica
that the Arsenal representatives have got [.
All the signs point to the fact that Samir Nasri has totally refused to sign a contract extension
with Arsenal, with both Manchester United and Man City wanting to give the French international a
massive pay rise to join them. His France team-mate Patrice Evra has publicly admitted that he has
been trying all summer [.
Sometimes you just see an Arsenal transfer rumour that is just so unbelievable it makes you wonder
if the people who write in the papers actually bother to read their previous reports or whether
they think the readers have VERY short memories! Todays Mirror tells this story: Arsenal are set to
hijack Chelsea's move for [.
As usual on a Sunday morning there is a lot of Arsenal transfer news in the British tabloids, but
how much of it is believable is a matter of conjecture. After the news last week that Arsenal had
made a derisory Â£10m bid for Everton's Phil Jagielka, the Star reckons that Wenger will go back
The Arsenal legend Tony Adams is currently back in the UK on tour with his club Gabala FC, who he
has managed in Azerbaijan for the last year. He spoke to The Independent this week, and he was
asked what he believed were the reasons for the unrivalled success he enjoyed at Arsenal in the
It is being reported today that Arsene Wenger has pinpointed the Spanish international midfielder
Santi Cazorla as backup in case Barcelona finally stump up the cash for Cesc Fabregas. Arsenal fans
are likely to be more than happy if Cazorla moves to the Emirates in place of Fabregas as he is an
extremely talented and [.
Arsene Wenger has finally admitted that he intends to buy "one more defender", but he failed to
mention if it would be a replacement for Gael Clichy at left-back or another central defender to
give competition to Thomas Vermaelen, Laurent Koscielny and Johan Djourou. Wenger said: "We will
have to find one more defender.
Arsene Wenger has previously stated that there was no way that Samir Nasri would be allowed to
leave Arsenal this summer, even if he refused to sign a new contract with the Gunners, but last
night he has admitted that the French midfielder may yet be allowed to leave. He said: "It is not
Arsene Wenger is much admired for the way he runs Arsenal as a successful business, and he is
widely admired in the Far East for having the confidence to stick rigidly to his principles of
running his business. So during the recent tour of Malaysia, Wenger was asked to address an
audience of top businessmen [.
It is being reported this morning that both Nicklas Bendtner and Cesc Fabregas are to be left
behind while the Arsenal squad go to Germany for the second leg of their pre-season training
schedule. After Pep Guardiola's statement to the press about Fabregas it seems that Barcelona
officials are on their way to London with [.
The Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira is currently in Los Angeles in his role as coach for Manchester
City, but as usual he has been asked what his opinion on the state of the current Arsenal squad. He
believes that (like everyone else) Arsene Wenger's team play 'beautiful football', but have lost
the necessary strength to [.
This is the roundup of todays Arsenal transfer news and it makes interesting reading as always. It
looks like the Fabregas saga is going to come to a head very soon after Pep Guardiola assured his
protege that he will do everything to get him to Barcelona, and the Mirror is reporting that Cesc
Arsenal have been linked with a move for either Gary Cahill or Christopher Samba for a very long
time now, as Arsene Wenger has promised to add "height and experience" to the Arsenal back line,
but the 20 year-old defender Kyle Bartley thinks that he is now ready to fill that gap. He is
Arsene Wenger's latest signing Gervinho is well aware that both Denilson and Nicklas Bendtner have
made it clear that they won't be playing for rsenal next season, and the Brazilian Denilson has
already secured a years loan deal with his old club Sao Paolo in Brazil. Nicklas Bendtner is still
looking for a new club, [.
It has been rumoured (since January in fact) that Arsenal were trying to buy Christopher Samba from
Blackburn, and along with Gary Cahill, Samba was the most likely Wenger defensive buy forecast by
all and sundry. But today it has been revealed (by the Blackburn manager Steve Kean no less) that
there has been no [.
There are definitely some weird Arsenal transfer rumours about this morning and they are sure to
generate some interesting conversations. The first one is from Talksport, who report that Arsenal
are showing an interest in the Sao Paolo defender Bruno Uvini. This interestingly-named 20 year-old
is obviously talented as he is being made captain of [.
Well there's a surprise! Despite Arsenal agreeing terms with Joel Campbell's club Deportivo
Saprrissa of just under Â£1m, the player himself has declined Arsenal's offer and has decided to
wait until after the U20 World Cup before deciding where his future lies. According to Sky Sports,
Man Utd also followed up Arsenals bid with an [.
The Great Dane (well he thinks so!) Nicklas Bendtner is certain to leave Arsenal this summer,
whether it is a loan deal or a straight sale. As back-up to Robin Van Persie and Marouane Chamakh
last season, Bendtner got very few chances to play in his favoured central striker role and was
usually used as [.
The Arsenal Chief Executive Officer Ivan Gazidis has promised the fans that that the Gunners DO
have substantial funds to invest and they still intend to strengthen the "areas of weakness" before
the end of the transfer window. As every Arsenal fan (and his dog) know that it has been the
defence that has been [.
Well the Arsenal transfer rumours are now in full throttle and I can hardly keep track of them all
at the moment! Obviously the big one is Cesc Fabregas, and the Mail reckons that he told Wenger
today that he wants to move no matter what. I am beginning to think that may be true [...]
I like to look at the bookies prices for Arsenal's rumoured transfer targets (?) now and again, and
as I haven't looked at the betting recently I thought it was time for an update, so here we go.
Everyone seems to assume that Wenger is going to sign either Christopher Samba or Gary Cahill, but
Both Nicklas Bendtner and the Brazilian midfielder Denilson confidently announced they were looking
for new clubs at the end of last season, and despite looking far and wide for new clubs they have
both found out it is not so easy to find someone to take them off Arsenal's hands. It seems that
Wenger tried [.
It is being reported today that Arsene Wenger has every intention of making a move for the
Newcastle defender Jose Enrique as soon as he returns from his trip to the Far East. Wenger has
thrown everyone off the scent by saying that he didn't need a replacement for Gael Clichy as Kieran
Gibbs is [...]
It looks like Arsene Wenger has masterminded the arrival of yet another unknown talent at Arsenal
after it was revealed by Joel Campbell's team in Costa Rica that they have agreed to sell the
youngster to the Gunners for a price of $1.5m (Â£930,000). Visit 365 italia to place bets at the
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The ever-erratic Arsenal defender Emmanuel Eboue has reached the great age of 28, but has never
really made a name for himself as a regular in the Gunners first team. He was a near hate-figure
for the Arsenal fans a few seasons ago but has now become like a lovable uncle that cheers up his
The Belgian defender Thomas Vermaelen missed nearly the whole of last season through injury, and
the Arsenal fans have been pestering Arsene Wenger to bring in either Christopher Samba or Gary
Cahill to add some height and strength to the Arsenal back line. But Vermaelen is not worried about
losing his place in the Gunners [.
Robin Van Persie came back from his usual injury to shoot an amazing 18 goals in the second half of
last season, but the Arsenal striker believes that this coming season could be his best ever and,
despite approaching his 28th birthday, still believes he will carry on playing for another 10
years. "I was [.
Now this bit of Arsenal transfer news looks like a typical move by Arsene Wenger in the transfer
market. The Mail reports that the Gunners are currently negotiating with the Costa Rican team
Deportivo Saprissa for their young striker Joel Campbell (full name: Joel Nathaniel Campbell
Samuels). He has only played a few games but [.
The Man City manager Roberto Mancini has been sprouting off to the media (for a change) and in a
very worrying statement, he has told Sky that he "is hopeful" that Samir Nasri will arrive at the
Eastlands before the end of the month. He didn't admit that Man City had made an official offer,
With all Wenger's talk about intending to fight all the way to keep the Arsenal captain Cesc
Fabregas from joining Barcelona, he certainly seems to be a little less certain in his recent
statements, with a few "hopefully's" creeping into his press conferences. But today there is a
report in the Telegraph after his arrival [.
Arsene Wenger believes that his team will recover from last season's collapse after the Carling Cup
Final, and will learn from their mistakes and go on to win the title in the coming season. Wenger
was speaking after Arsenal's ecstatic arrival in China yesterday. He said to the press: "I believe
that the real destiny [.
The father of Nicklas Bendtner is either very determined that his son will end up playing for
Borussia Dortmund or he is playing a serious game of cat-and-mouse with the press. A month ago he
told reporters that both Dortmund and Sporting Lisbon had both put in offers for his son, and both
teams moved [.
Laurent Koscielny had an up-and-down first year at Arsenal with the lowest time coming when he had
a mix-up with Wojciech Szczesny which led to Birmingham's winning goal in the Carling Cup Final.
That single moment has been blamed for Arsenal's complete decline afterwards, which saw them crash
out of every competition.
Every single day there is another Barcelona player talking to the press about Cesc Fabregas and his
desire to leave Arsenal for Barcelona, and yesterday it was Xavi's turn. The Barca midfielder said:
"I spoke to Cesc in Ibiza and he told me he was suffering because he wants to come. "That's what he
The young Pole Wojciech Szczesny is raring to go in the new season, and wants to be the Number One
at Arsenal for many years to come. He played the first half in yesterday's win over Malaysia and
Vito Mannone replaced him but he doesn't intend to give anyone the chance to take his place [...]
Robin Van Persie must be one of the most loyal Arsenal players on the planet, but he is not scared
to tell Arsene Wenger what (in his opinion) is best for the team, and today he has done just that
in a long interview printed in the Mirror. First of all, he is adamant that [...]
Arsenal's young midfield Terrier Jack Wilshere was (like the rest of the team) devastated when they
lost the Carling Cup Final to Birmingham last season, but he is hopeful that Arsene Wenger can
bring in the needed 'tough' players to take that extra step. "It would mean everything to win a
trophy," Wilshere said.
The Bolton boss Owen Coyle complained last week that Arsenal hadn't put their money on the table
for Gary Cahill and gave the Gunners a deadline to make a serious offer, but now it seems that
Chelsea are looking to bring the England international in as the long term replacement for John
Terry, and Terry [.
After Gael Clichy forced his move to Man City by refusing to sign a new contract at Arsenal, Arsene
Wenger said that he wouldn't be buying a replacement as he wanted to promote Kieran Gibbs to the
first team. But today he has also said that Thomas Vermaelen and Armand Traore will also be in
Arsene Wenger made a big announcement that he intended for Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas to be part
of Arsenal's plans next season, but then qualified that by saying he wasn't sure if Nasri would be
signing a new contract or not! That doesn't fit with his earlier statement that he would never
allow Nasri [.
It seems that both Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri are both going to be staying at Arsenal next
season, according to Sky Sports, who have quickly stuck a report up saying that Arsene Wenger has
made a press conference on arrival in Malaysia. They reported that after arriving in Malaysia for
the Gunners' pre-season tour [.
Arsene Wenger promised Arsenal fans a "busy summer", but as the squad flies of for their pre-season
tour there has just been one in (Carl Jenkinson) and one out (Gael Clichy) while Wenger talks of
"playing cards close to his chest." But that hasn't stopped the papers being full of Arsenal
transfer news, and the [.
Theo Walcott believes that it is "crucial" that Arsene Wenger adds some quality players to a
'bigger' Arsenal squad, and rates Man City and Liverpool as challengers for the title next season
along with the usual suspects of Arsenal, Chelsea and Man Utd. "We play great football but we might
need a bigger squad," said [.
Another day and yet another couple of Barcelona players have to put their oar in about Cesc
Fabregas and how much they would lurrrvve him to join them at Barcelona. David Villa is first up,
and reveals that he has a "weakness"(!!!!) for his bumchum Cesc. He said: "I am not hiding what I
If you listen to the consensus from all the Arsenal rumours flying around you would expect that
Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas will be leaving the Emirates imminently, with Nasri set to follow
Gael Clichy to Manchester City. But Arsene Wenger doesn't seem at all worried about losing either
Nasri or Cesc and seems to [.
Arsene Wenger has hardly made any comment on the transfer dealings of Arsenal this summer, and he
is still determined to give away as little as possible. He said: "We are working very hard on it,"
he told Arsenal.com. "For me, the best thing is not to talk too much about it. The more you [...]
According to reports this morning, Arsenal are convinced that the Bolton defender Gary Cahill is
has been given an unrealistic valuation by Owen Coyle and have absolutely no interest in coming
close to making a bid, and Wenger is now reviving his interest in Werder Bremen's Per Mertesacker.
According to the Metro, Wenger believes he [.
It is being reported tonight that Manchester City have agreed a fee of Â£25m with Arsenal for the
transfer of Samir Nasri to the Eastlands, just hours after Arsene Wenger said that he "would fight
to keep him". The exact translation of the article on Sky Italia (according to Google) reads:
Manchester City as [.
The ex-Arsenal defender Gael Clichy turned down the chance to join Liverpool after long
negotiations when Man City came in with an offer, and he is absolutely adamant that he didn't leave
for money, he left simply because he believes that he has more chance of winning trophies at the
Eastlands. In fact, he says [.
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There are a couple of interesting reports this morning from a couple of respected UK papers about
the Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri situations, and they make grim reading for us Gooners. The
Guardian seems to be aware that Nasri is determined to move to Manchester United, despite Wenger's
complete opposition to letting him move [.
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There are worrying reports coming out of the Arsenal dressing room according to the Sun this
morning. It seems that Cesc Fabregas is quite happily telling his team-mates that he won't be
playing for Arsenal any more and is hoping that it will all be sorted before the squad leaves for
the Far East on [.
It seems that the rumours about Manchester United having put in a Â£20m bid for Samir Nasri were
totally true. The respected UK paper The Guardian has found out that the bid was lodged two weeks
ago, with Arsene Wenger and Alex Feguson agreeing to keep it quiet. Arsenal refused the offer and
it seems [.
There have been many recent Arsenal rumours flying around that Moneybags Man City were interesting
in buying Samir Nasri after securing Gael Clichy, but I don't think many people believed it. But
according to this mornings news in the Sun and the Mail, they have been informed by Man City
sources that the second move [.
The QPR boss Neil Warnock is desperate for his star player Adel Taarabt to remain at Loftus Road to
give them the best chance of remaining in the Premiership, but he fully expects him to find another
club, and believes that he wants to join "his friends" at Arsenal despite having an offer from the
When Arsenal were linked with a move for the Argentinian playmaker Ricky Alvarez it seemed like a
tpical Wenger surprise signing, and when the player himself tweeted that it would be "a dream" to
play for Arsenal it seemed like Wenger had nabbed yet another bargain. But today it has been
announced that the Italian [.
Arsenal My Team, Our Team by Atts With all the rubbish coming out in the papers which might be true
or not, all its doing is just working us against the club we support. I mean, I am reading now on
many sites about fans boycotting the games or giving up their memberships or not [...]
Baines, Valbuena, Cahill and Samba, not Barton and Doyle! by Kalvin Ovsiowitz I will start by
saying that this is not a rant nor an article about the idiocy that is the Arsenal board, but about
who we need to buy to keep us fans from going beserk. Yesterday all Arsenal fans said goodbye to
The Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes has just been appointed a coach at Old Trafford after
retiring from playing, and it seems in his first interview he has decided to talk about Arsenal's
inability to win a trophy, despite playing the best football in the Premiership (at times...)
Scholes said: "They may play the prettiest [.
Nothing will change next season by Gaz Gael Clichy has gone to Manchester City. Samir Nasri and
Cesc Fabregas will shortly follow him out of the Emirates exit door. Arsene Wenger won't be willing
to spend the money needed replace these players. So expect cheap, second rate players, probably
from France, to be brought in [.
Storm in a tea cup! by Toby Leach Well it all seems to be doom and gloom at the moment so lets see
if we can bring this whole debacle back down to earth and get to the meat of it! As the media
circus gathers momentum and tries to derail the Gunners lets look [...]
Clichy moves on...Baines please!! by Nitesh Padhi While the focus has been on whether Nasri will
sign a new contract or not, Arsenal FC have quitely moved on another of their last year contractors
in the form of the inconsistent left-back Gael Clichy. The French international left the club for
Man City for a undisclosed [.
Arsene Wenger (and the Arsenal fans!) will be hoping that the contract situation with Samir Nasri
is sorted out this week to everyone's satisfaction, but it seems that Wenger is looking at possible
alternatives if the 24 year-old refuses to put pen to paper. The French footy paper L'Equipe is
convinced that Wenger is going [.
Now this must be one of the strangest Arsenal transfer rumours this summer! The Mirror reckons that
Arsene Wenger is preparing a Â£12m bid for the Wolves striker Kevin Doyle after seeing him play his
heart out for the Republic of Ireland against France. It seems that Wenger's plan is to get Doyle,
along with [.
Don't believe all the crap you read by Anthony Armstrong As an Arsenal fan, this week has been a
particularly depressing one. Fabregas is off to Barcelona in exchange for pocket money, Nasri is
soon to be a Manc, van Persie is about to hand in a transfer request, Chelsea want Walcott and we
It's been coming by KeefyWK Speaking as a 45 yr old lifetime fan of the Arsenal, this situation has
been creeping upon us for a while now. Whilst Arsene has refused to add quality players each season
to the squad it was just a matter of time before players desired to be elsewhere. Players such
Things are looking decidedly dodgy at Arsenal at the moment. It looks like Arsene Wenger is going
to have to have a complete rebuilding program in the next couple of months, while two weeks ago it
seemed that Arsenal just needed a couple of players to make the Gunners into World beaters. Cesc is
So it seems that it doesn't really matter if Arsene Wenger ups the wages of Samir Nasri as that is
not the reason he has so far rejected Arsenal's offer of a new contract. Wenger said when he asked
about the contract talks that the diffrence was purely "financial", but according to Nasri today,
There are reports this morning saying that the Italian giants Inter Milan are attempting to hijack
Arsenal's talks with Ricky Alvarez. It seems that Inter have been having talks with Velez Sarsfield
and the Velez president Fernando Raffaini has announced that Arsenal could lose out on the
What it means to be a Gooner in the lands of the cricket... by Nitesh Padhi Football is a universal
sport. It binds together many regions, many countries, many religions. North and South Koreans come
together to support a club, Indians and Pakistanis come together to show their love for their
Arsene Wenger is always roundly criticized by Arsenal fans for his lack of activity in the transfer
market, but he has asked the fans to be patient (as he does every year!), and told them it is not
always intelligent to want what you don't have. Maybe he's been reading Just Arsenal and seeing the
Great Potential For Next Season by Eddie Bingham After regularly hunting down various articles
concerning Arsenal transfer updates and rumors, I have been made ever more hopeful at the prospect
of finally filling that dusty trophy cabinet at the Emirates. And while my ideas for next season's
starting XI go slightly against the typical Wenger [.
Fabregas and Nasri are not irreplaceable! by Kamrun Abbasov I'm getting sick of repeating myself.
Fabregas is a world class player who will go on to have a magnificent career, I'm sure of that. He
is the best player at Arsenal, but that doesn't mean we wouldn't be better off without him. Why?
Because we're [.
Well that's the â€˜unofficial' transfer window month complete. Some people may be surprised to know
that the transfer window only officially opens on 1st July and all deals completed before that
cannot be registered with the FA before. Some clubs have already showed off their new players on
their websites, while Arsenal have said that [.
I wouldn't even wipe my arse with The Daily Star! by Peter Rooke There is report in the Daily Star
this morning that is suggesting that Robin Van Persie is considering joining the exodus from
Arsenal started by Nicklas Bentner and Denilson, and then (seemingly) followed up by Cesc Fabregas,
Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy.
It is being reported today that Barcelona are going to bid Â£34m for Cesc Fabregas this weekend,
and the Arsenal captain is hoping to avoid returning to the Emirates for pre-season training on
Tuesday. But the Mirror reports that the Spanish giants are going to take the p*ss even more by
asking to pay the [.
It seems that Arsene Wenger has decided to move on to the cheaper alternative of Birmingham's Scott
Dann after finding the competition for Gary Cahill getting too hot with Man City, Chelsea and
Tottenham all trying to get the Bolton and England defender. The Mirror reports that the Arsenal
boss is hoping that he will [.
'The Fear Factor' By Omar El-Menawy I have previously spoken about Arsenal needing to stiffen up
their defense by buying Cahill and Samba. Well when I speak about these players adding steel to the
team, I don't only mean it physically but mentally too. When you come to think about it, when
Arsenal are two [.
Gervinho's Signature Could Spark Big Change at AFC by Anders Marshall As readers of Just Arsenal
know, I'm not a big fan of Gervinho, at least not until he ships in 30 goals for us with his left
foot, while riding a unicycle, at the same time hitting Sam Allardyce in the face. With a [...]
What are you waiting for Wenger? By Alessandro Pace in Australia. In Wenger's last interview, he
was quoted by Alsace TV: "We are in a waiting period, everybody is waiting that the other club
moves," "Everybody has their cards in their hands, hoping for the big transfer. "There is nothing
A Solution to the Nasri, Cesc, Clichy Situation by Max Baker We were all shocked and most of us
became instantly infuriated with yesterday's news that Gael Clichy was closing in on a move to
Manchester City and that Samir Nasri may soon join him in Manchester. Pair this information with
the constant reports of [.
The Arsenal board's lack of business conduct and ethics has cost us sporting success. by Adam Kemp
After last season's shocking demise, I launched a tirade of confounded frustration in the direction
of Arsene Wenger. I am still appalled at how the manager has conducted this transfer window
allowing key players to be subject to [.
The New Era by James Guy The "explosive Arsenal" away kit pictures have been released this week,
and although there is a divide between the fans concerning the look of the kit, the one thing that
we can all agree on, is that the upcoming season is a make or break one for the club. [...]
The last Invincible â€“ By Alessandro Pace Back in 2003, Arsenal signed a highly regarded yet still
unknown young Frenchmen who went by the name Gael Clichy. At the age of 16, Gael was put in as
direct back up to who we now know as in Gooner slang "Cashley Cole." In Clichy's first season [...]