Two things that Arsene Wenger has said this week in the build up to Arsenal facing Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday could well give us a little clue about the Frenchman's plans for the festive period. The manager has already given our star man Alexis Sanchez a little rest by leaving him in London while [.
Liverpool Team News: Possible Starting Line up vs Arsenal - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Liverpool host Arsenal on Sunday at Anfield in the Gameweek 17 of the Premier League season and it promises to be an absolute crunch encounter for both sides. The Reds would be confident going into the clash coming on the back of a 3-1 win in the quarter finals of the Capital One Cup against Bournemouth.
Liverpool v Arsenal Sunday 21st Dec 16.00 Anfield After suffering defeat at the hands of arch rivals Manchester United on Sunday, further pressure was mounted onto the shoulders of Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers. This was followed on Wednesday with what appeared a tricky quarter-final tie away to high flying Championship side Bournemouth in the League [.
My Arsenal XI to Beat Livepool on Sunday! by AT Following comprehensive wins against Newcastle United and away at Galatasaray in the Champions League, Arsenal will go into the big game against Liverpool full of confidence. Despite numerous injuries continuing to plague the side, Arsene Wenger can still pick a very strong starting eleven to [.
Fantasy Football Tips: Liverpool v Arsenal & the £1,000 League - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
It's almost Christmas time, butthere's still no rest for any of the twentyPremier League clubs, or indeed for any of the thousands of fantasymanagers of MondoGoal.com, who are still eagerly lining up for a crack at their unique ‘season in a day' make-up; winning cash, beating friends, and achieving absolute glory in only one match day.
Liverpool set for negotiation for €42m Arsenal target - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
A lot has been said and written on Liverpool's stuttering league campaign so far. The same points have been regurgitated everywhere, so it's better toeschew it and cut to the chase.
It is easy to comment and speculation on Liverpool transfer, who the club should sign, five players that could change situation and all that from distance, but one can hardly get a clear picture ofhowthe club's hierarchy are planning to approach the market.
It seems as though the Arsenal and England international player Calum Chambers is a bit confused. I sat `player` rather than `right back` or even defender because the `9-year old has already taken up two roles in his fledgling Arsenal career and there has also been talk that he might get a chance to show [.
Arsenal head into the weekend's big Premier League clash with a great chance of beating a struggling Liverpool team and banishing the memories of last season's 5-1 pasting at Anfield. A win could put the Gunners as high as fourth and will open up an eight point gap on Brendan Rodgers and his players.
There is nothing left of real value about present day Arsenal, other than our history. Owned by overseas cash. Sponsored by absolutely anyone. All sense of good taste, class and style has gone. The ordinary fans don't matter. The stadium is a temple to corporate. What's to lose?
The best argument about what's to lose is Financial, and the self-sustaining model.
It would have been a lot better for Arsenal if the Championship side Bournemouth had given Liverpool a rougher ride in the Capital One cup quarter-final last night. Extra time and penalties were what we really wanted, but the Gunners can still make use of that game to our advantage. The fact that Bournemouth got [.
In part 1 of my Arsenal half term report, I ran the rule over the goalkeepers and defence. In part 2 I will whip out a scalpel and have a good old root around in the intestines of Arsenal's midfield and attack. As an aperitif, this piece from July runs the rule over what I felt Arsenal needed in these areas ahead of the season.
This week the sad news reaches Gentleman Towers that the legendary striker Terry Hennessy, the Dudley Dynamo, has finally hung up his boots. I thought I would pay my respects to this titan of a player by recalling his life and career, from the filthy, rat-infested streets of unimaginable poverty in Dudley to the home of football.
The World Cup in Brazil feels as though it has only just finished, yet here we are at Christmas, with the season already at its half way stage. It's been a bumpy ride for Arsenal with new players, new formations and a total lack of available defenders giving the team a permanently disjointed feel.
Who should be the future Arsenal captain? by RC Many fans believe that Mertesacker and Arteta are both no longer good enough to succeed at Arsenal. The lack of pace that the pair have has proven to cause our defence problems. The pair are very intelligent footballers, and there has been very few games without [.
It does not take a football genius to work out where the main danger lies for Arsenal when we travel to Anfield to take on Liverpool. With Luis Suarez gone, Daniel Sturridge injured and Rickie Lambert and Mario Balotelli....well let's be kind and say not very good, the stand out threat is young Raheem Sterling.
Arsenal given green light to make €10m star as first January signing - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Arsenal's needs for a central defensive midfielder in the upcoming January transfer window is well documented. Both Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Flamini are way past their best and oppositions time and again exploit the Gunners' backline.
I really hope that the former Arsenal, Celtic and Scotland star Charlie Nicholas is proved wrong about the current state of the Arsenal defence, but he is certainly not alone in bringing it up. The 52-year old TV pundit has warned that Arsene Wenger's failure to strengthen the Gunners options at the back sufficiently has [.
The way things have gone for both clubs in the last 10 years or so, any transfer business between Arsenal and moneybags Man City would only have been one way. In fact the Gunners fans have had to see some of our best players heading north to pick up a nice fat pay packet and [...]
Why Arsenal Can Be Confident of Beating Liverpool! by AT Going into Sunday's clash against Liverpool, Arsenal have won four out of the last five games in all competitions and certainly look to be gathering vital momentum as the campaign nears the halfway point. Despite the humbling experience in the reverse fixture last season, the [.