With a sudden injury crisis hitting Arsenal in the central midfield area like an unexpected punch in the stomach, I was hoping that Arsene Wenger would be able to call on our France international Abou Diaby, as the long legged Frenchman continues on the road to resurrecting his Arsenal career. But in the latest team [.
Congratulations to Mr. Wenger on his 18th Arsenal Anniversary. You do not look like a man who enjoys a cream cake and a bottle of Asti Spumante so instead we will take the cheap route and send best wishes.
What a fantastic ride it has been from the DB10 years, through the TH14 years and now onto the DW23 era.
Injured Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud will soon be rewarded with a two-year contract extension with the Gunners. Manager Arsene Wenger announced during his Tuesday press conference that the deal will be ironed out and completed shortly. The new contract will keep the France international at The Emirates until 2018.
When will Arsenal stop shooting themselves in the foot? by KM We managed to blew the 3 points once again. Now I know Arsenal will not win all their games but it's not the first time we make life difficult for ourselves. We conceded a goal because we lost the ball in our own half [...]
Arsenal + Chelsea target still to decide future - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The future of Arsenal and Chelsea transfer target Sami Khedira still remains in the balance.
Khedira's contract is still due to expire in June 2015 and no new contract has been agreed. If the 2014 World Cup winner does not sign a new deal before the new year he is free to discuss with new clubs in January over a free transfer move next summer.
As well as being a vitally important home game for Arsenal in the quest for Champions League glory, the game against Galatasaray this evening marks the 18th anniversary of the managerial reign of Arsene Wenger. And the current players will be desperate to make it a day to remember this time. The Frenchman has become [.
As the UEFA Champions League enters Matchday Two, three of the four Premier League clubs in the competition are facing tricky fixtures. Even though a draw or defeat would not condemn any of the English sides to the Europa League, anything less than three points would heap unwanted pressure on the club and create nervous times for their supporters.
Arsenal vs Galatasaray Preview, Predicted Line up and score by KJ We went into this season excited at the possibilities with the acquisition of Welbeck and Sanchez. However, I do feel a lack of excitement going into this Champions League match because of our poor form, our poor football and all of our injured players.
Chill! by TB I don't understand you JustArsenal members. Someone help me out here, because I seem to remember this time last year we were laughing at Spurs when they signed all those players in the same window and their players struggled to gel. What did you guys expect would happen to us? I [...]
Arsenal Need Less Creativity, More Cutting Edge! by AT As I watched the game against Spurs for a second time, I happened to notice a very significant factor of Arsenal's play, there is little or no cutting edge or dynamism in the team. Simply put, there is no direct penetration from the flanks and very [.
My Arsenal XI to Face Galatasaray in the Champions League! by AT After a rather unsatisfactory draw against Spurs in the North London derby, Arsenal welcome Turkish giants Galatasaray to the Emirates for the next round of the Champions League group stages. Following the defeat to Borrusia Dortmund in the opening round of fixtures, Arsene [.
When you play for a big club like Arsenal, there is more pressure on your shoulders to perform at the highest level on a regular basis and the fans can get pretty frustrated when you are not doing as well as you should. But there are also major benefits, like more chance of winning things [...]
Arsenal have huffed and puffed so far this season without getting the results that we have deserved. But apart from that terrible and lacklustre performance in the Champions League at Borussia Dortmund, the Gunners have looked better as the season has progressed and we look like we are very close to hitting our straps.
Arsenal vs Galatasaray: Preview, Possible Lineups & Prediction - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Arsenal will be looking to get their 2014-15 UEFA Champions League campaign up-and-running by beating Galatasaray at the Emirates on Wednesday.
The Gunners were comfortably beaten in Dortmund in their opening group game but their Turkish opponents were held 1-1 at home by Anderlecht meaning a win in this game would more-than-likely move Arsène Wenger's side into second position in the group.
With a Champions League ding-dongagainst Galatasaray on the cards for tonight, it's 18 years to the very day that Arsene Wenger took the job at Arsenal and proceeded to almost single-handedly change the way things were done in English football.
Turns out lager, curry, compulsive gambling and the odd line of cocaine aren't quite as conducive to elite sporting performanceas first thought.
Giroud Gets New Contract, But Arsenal Still Need a New Striker! by AT It has been announced today that Arsenal have agreed a two-year contract extension with striker Olivier Giroud, which will keep the Frenchman at the Emirates till 2018. Giroud, who is currently nursing a fractured foot, will be unavailable till the new year [.
Gary Neville was not specifically talking about Arsenal and the situation that Arsene Wenger and the players find themselves in this season, but the former England and Man United defender was talking about things that could just as easily be applied to the Gunners, as he did his punditry for Sky Sports Monday Night Football [.
A German inspection agency has come to the conclusion that the now famous vanishing spray used during 2014 World Cup matches contains parabens, a chemical linked with health issues. The agency, Technischer Überwachungs-Verein (TueV), issued a statement on the concern saying, "In its present form, the product is not usable in Germany and the European Union.
There is some great news for Arsenal fans and Arsene Wenger today, as Jack Wilshere took part in the training session at London Colney, as reported by ESPN, to prove that fears that his turn of an ankle in the north London derby on Saturday would leave him on the sidelines with our captain Mikel [...
This be the tale of one of Everton's most infamousduds, Alex Nyarko, and the day he suffered perhaps the ultimate indignity (at least as far asprofessional footballers are concerned) one fateful afternoon at Highbury back in 2001.