The happiest man in England on Saturday was probably Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, as he saw title contenders Chelsea and Manchester City both drop points. The second happiest was Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers, as he saw his side move up to second in the table after beating West Ham 4-1 at Anfield.
When Arsenal played earlier than their Premier League rivals last weekend, they had a chance to increase the pressure and they ensured that is exactly what happened with an assured and confident performance and win in a difficult away clash with Cardiff City. The roles were reversed this week, with Chelsea, Man City and Liverpool [.
David Moyes is dreaming if he thinks this Manchester United team can still win the Premier League this season. At the moment, qualifying for the Champions League seems beyond this squad, never mind catching Arsenal.
After losing to Everton and Newcastle, United are 12 points behind leaders Arsenal, who play Everton on Sunday.
When Arsenal smashed the club transfer record t sign Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid on the last dqay of the windpw this summer, there was no doubt that it was the big story of the day, if not the summer. The German international is widely recognised as being one of the best players in the [...]
Without doubt, the next few weeks could be pivotal in the Premier League. Chelsea must keep winning if we are to put pressure on Arsenal and our rivals. If we do, we could be top by Christmas!
After two good victories this week against Southampton and Sunderland, Chelsea must follow up with a win today against Stoke today and Crystal Palace next week before we travel to the Emirates to take on Arsenal.
Van Persie wants to leave Old Trafford, Arsenal target €26m Argentine winger - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Ahead of Manchester United's home tie against Newcastle United on Saturday, former Liverpool hero and BBC pundit Mark Lawrenson has dropped a huge bombshell suggesting that Robin van Persie has asked Manchester United for a move out.
Is Cazorla's lack of consistency a concern? by KJ This season is going brilliantly and to criticise it could be considered nit-picking, but in a game where one simple counter attack or one simple pass or a reckless tackle can change the outcome of a game, it does seem appropriate to strive for improvement or [.
Why signing Berbatov would be a bad idea! by Ash As Arsenal enter December, with January less than a month away, the rumours regarding transfers have already begun and a major plot being linked with the Gunners at the moment is a story relating Arsenal with Fulham FC player Dimitar Berbatov. Berbatov is a Bulgarian [.
There is a growing list of some of the biggest clubs in Britain and around Europe, including Arsenal, who are keeping a close eye on the talented Dundee United youngster Ryan Gauld. The 17-year old has been dubbed the Scottish Lionel Messi or Baby Messi and not just because of his diminutive 5ft 4in frame.
Arsenal face the first game in a tough run on Sunday, no disrespect to Hull City, with a Premier League game at the Emirates against 5th placed Everton. Arsene Wenger will not want to take any chances, but the way that players like Monreal and Bendtner slotted seamlessly into the side in the last game [.
It's been one of the most open seasons so far in the Premier League with some of the top teams like Manchester United as one example losing points regularly, and it's Arsenal who are making the pace this season four points ahead of Chelsea after 14 games played. Alan Pardew others have [...]
It seems like it has all been a storm in a teacup between Arsenal, Real Madrid and their young striker Alvaro Morata. One minute we were being told that the 21-year old Spanish international had snubbed Tottenham in favour of a loan deal, then that the deal was already in place. Then Wenger dismissed the [.
Arsenal are about to lose their place at the top of the table, but don't worry Gooners, I am not talking about the premier League or Champions League group tables. It is the unwanted position as the club with the most crocked players on the sidelines that Arsenal are losing. Poor old Abou Diaby will [.
Five Arsenal Players Who Are Leading The Gunners to Glory - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Life has not been easy for the Gunners faithful this past decade. Bitter discontent and perennial frustration have been ever-present; with the years since Arsenal won a piece of silverware continuing to increase.
It is that time again, when here at Just Arsenal we are offering the chance for a lucky Gooner to win an exclusive T-shirt. All you need to do to be in with a chance of scooping the prize, which will be sent to you all postage and packaging paid for, is to make three [...]
There were some rumours doing the rounds of the Spanish and English media in recent weeks about Arsenal and the possibility of signing another of the top players of Real Madrid when the January transfer window opens. The player in question was the France international striker Karim Benzema. The reason that was being given for [.
18 HOURS TO GO: Can Gareth Barry add a Merseyside triumph to his Birmingham and Manchester derby wins? #EFCLFC pic.twitter.com/NHuWA7kSvO Everton (@Everton) November 22, 2013 Gareth Barry says he nearly joined Arsenal rather than Everton in the summer. The Manchester City midfielder claims the Gunners had been in touch to discuss a possible deal, [.
The @Arsenal squad trained today ahead of charity matchday v Everton. View our picture special http://t.co/CG3XeOmOss pic.twitter.com/2IRwUVciw5 Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) December 7, 2013 It appears that Arsenal's Germany internationals are not taking Emmanuel Frimpong's threats of violence seriously. After Ghana were drawn in the same World Cup group as Germany, Frimpong claimed he would [.
Arsene Wenger says his Arsenal side's current run of form has boosted their confidence and is making them more ambitious. But the Frenchman is keen to ensure that the increasing confidence level around his squad doesn't manifest itself as complacency. He said: "We have just put a few results together, but that should make us [.
Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong threatend to injury team-mates Mesut Ozil, Per Mertesacker and Lukas Podolski in training after Ghana were drawn in the same World Cup group as Germany. In a Twitter post that was hastily deleted, the Ghana international suggested he would do his compatriots a favour on the Arsenal training ground.
Tough group...but so what? If we want to win it we will have to play the best teams anyway!! Jack Wilshere (@JackWilshere) December 6, 2013 Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has reacted to England's tricky World Cup draw and he is pretty bullish about it. Roy Hodgson's side will face Italy, Uruguay and Costa [.
Table-topping Arsenal deserve respect, according to Everton manager Roberto Martinez. The Gunners have opened up a four-point lead at the top of the Premier League table and Toffees boss Martinez says they have been the "outstanding team" so far this campaign. He said: "I think Arsenal deserve a lot of respect.
Dundee United's 'mini Messi' Ryan Gauld has been advised to reject the advances of Europe's top clubs to stay at Tannadice by SFA performance director Mark Wotte. Wotte believes Gauld's talent could be swallowed up by an academy in England or Spain and has urged the youngster to continue his development with his current club [.
Arsenal and Manchester United are both monitoring the situation of Borussia Dortmund midfielder Ilkay Gundogan after the German side admitted they are unsure whether he will commit his future to them. Dortmund are desperate to keep hold of him given that they know Robert Lewandowski will leave on a free transfer in the summer.
Arsenal vs Everton match preview by Ash Arsenal performed comfortably in the midweek game against Hull City. The Gunners grabbed all three points and once again left the Emirates with "we are top of the league" being chanted into the cold winter air. Now having entered December, Arsenal's next big test comes over the Christmas [.
Yesterday Arsenal honoured our former chairman Peter Hill-Wood with the unveiling of a bust. Peter Hill-Wood retired last summer because of health problems and since then Sir Chips Keswick is our new chairman. Be it that this function is more a ceremonial function these days as we know that the real powerful [.
It is a real shame that Arsenal have not qualified for the knockout phase of the Champions League yet, despite being the best team in the so-called group of death and winning four out of our five games. But that is the way it is and we have to go to Italy in midweek and [...]
Tony and I were musing on the way back from the Hull City game on Wednesday about the crowd again, and in particular about the singing of certain players' songs. This has prompted me to write this post and I'd welcome your collected thoughts.
I remember a time (in the old Highbury days) when my [.
Fine fellow Arsenalists, gentleman and suffragents, menfants and Emirmadams and babaroons, we appear to now be entering a fourth dimension. We are entering the realm of the surreal. Carlos Suarez, El Corporal, trusty reserve starboard battler, has turned into a Roberto Carlos style offensive weapon, with Robin Hood's eye for a target.