Can Theo Walcott start producing the goods right after returning from his knee injury? by SE Theo Walcott, after enduring an excruciating 9-month period due to the knee injury he picked up in January, isn't too long from returning to action for Arsenal, which will be crucial to the North Londoners' prospects this season.
Every year it seems that Arsenal have an ever lengthening injury list from the beginning of the season until the end, and according to a new in-depth injury analysis by cuteinjury.com. This fascinating study gives us a warning that things could still get worse this season, as Arsenal's worst month for injuries is January (26 [.
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Much has been written about Manchester United's shaky defensive set up, but Louis van Gaal has been really unlucky with injuries. Three central defenders Jones, Evans and Smalling have spent most of the time on treatment room which has made the task even harder for the Dutchman.
I am not one of the many Arsenal fans that cannot wait for the club to replace Arsene Wenger as the man in charge. I have had my moans about the Frenchman but also feel that he has done a remarkable job in difficult circumstances for the last 10 years. But even the fans that [...]
I am not too sure what the Arsenal and Spain international midfielder Santi Cazorla has to smile about at the minute. The 29-year old ballooned a couple of great chances to get his scoring off the mark against Sunderland miles over the bar. The Spaniard has so far failed to take his chance to shine [.
I am fairly sure that I was not the only Arsenal fan to be a little bit surprised to see the Gunners starting XI for the trip to face Sunderland at the Stadium of Light. My main surprise was to see both Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Flamini on the team sheet, but then Jack Wilshere [...]
"Ze 14:08 train to Finsbury Park? I deednotsee it"
Arsene Wenger is lending hisinimitable voice to a scheme being run by the London Underground as part of the Royal British Legion's annual 'Poppy Day' appeal that will see the Arsenal manager voicing station announcements around the Emirates Stadium this week.
As an Arsenal supporter for the past 67 years I want to thank Arsènefor his dedication to the Arsenal Football Club and his devotion to playing a calibre of football that is envied the world over. His 18 seasons in charge of Arsenal have been a revelation to many of us older fans who have witnessed many, many dark years where our support of the club was tested to the fullest.
It will be no surprise to any Arsenal fan or anyone who has been watching the Gunners play recently, to hear that the Chile international striker Alexis Sanchez has been voted by the fans as the Arsenal Player of the Month for October. In fact, it was such an easy decision that the 25-year old [...]
With eight goals already from his first 15 games as an Arsenal player, Alexis Sanchez is proving to be a fantastic summer signing by Arsene Wenger and a vital part of the Gunners team. But it is not just his goals that have been so impressive. His amazing appetite for the success and for the [...]
Alexis Sanchez once again outshined everyone else on the pitch during Saturday's 2-0 victory away to Sunderland last Saturday. While both of Arsenal's goals were aided by defensive errors by the Black Cats, Alexis should receive credit for putting pressure on the opposing team and capitalizing with two cool, composed finishes into the back of the net.
Is Santi Cazorla doing enough playing in the creative midfield role for Arsenal? by SE Santi Cazorla was going to be one of the key personnel for Arsenal this season, as the North Londoners were without Mesut Ozil to start off with, and Alexis Sanchez was new to the club. Cazorla, who plays as an [..
I'm afraid that there's nothing to blog about this morning. All we've got is Arsenal players talking about other Arsenal players. On the one hand I'm tempted not to do anything at all, on the other I know people want something to read as they go to work, or arrive at work, or perform their morning ablutions.
Arsenal may have bought Danny Welbeck without Arsene Wenger's permission, and we may have the crocks Olivier Giroud and Sanogo also fully fit next season, but I think that NONE of the above will be leading the line for the Gunners next season. We already have a fully-matured hitman in the form of Benik Afobe, [.
There is doubt that Arsenal need some serious backup in defence in January, and Arsene Wenger has already admitted as much at the annual AGM as our usual lengthy injury list has decimated the squad. We all know that Wenger is not keen on spending money in the winter transfer window so the news that [.
"Thanks to the entire crew, had a great time! Looking forward to watching the result..." (poldi_official/Instagram)
We've seen a healthy glut of footballers make the jump to the big screen over the years; whether we're talking Vincent Jones' lucrative "silent thug-for-hire" shtick, Eric Cantona's arthouse lager advert masterpieces, Andres Iniesta's unforgettable turn as an animated albino pirate or even John Terry's mesmerisingly erotic film debut, "Seduction".