I am used to seeing stupid and misinformed stuff about Arsenal in the media, but today seemed to hit a new low. A spectacularly blinkered and idiotic article in the Metro lays the blame for the injury Jack Wilshere suffered in the England game against Denmark, not at the feet of Daniel Agger who made [.
Ramsey to return stronger than ever! by Ash With the news that Aaron Ramsey has returned to training with the Arsenal first team and will no doubt soon be back on the pitch, it dampens any lasting concerns surrounding the recent injury crisis to Jack Wilshere. But with the Welshman having been out of action [.
Why Wilshere's injury isn't a major blow to Arsenal by Ash Although the title may seem a bit strange, a little bit of analytical thinking will suggest just why Jack Wilshere's latest injury may prove to be not as bad for Arsenal as everyone seems to think. Wilshere at his best is an awesome sight, [.
I just can't believe it! Another seemingly innocuous injury to an Arsenal player ends up leading to another long spell on the sidelines. This time it is Jack Wilshere who is facing six weeks out of action. The 22-year old took what looked like a painful blow to the top of his foot from Denmark [...]
It has been the story of the season for Arsenal; injuries, injuries and more injuries. And with a lot of the Gunners involved in international friendly games last night, there was always the possibility that Arsenal would be hit again. As well as Jack Wilshere taking a painful whack to his foot, which could bruise, [.
Why does it seem that whenever a large number of Arsenal players head off to international duty, it always Jack Wilshere who is one of the biggest worries. Maybe it is because I am an England fan as well, but I am always biting my nails when he goes into a tackle or is clipped [...]
Arsenal fans could be set to find out whether the signing of Swedish international Kim Kallstrom at the end of the January transfer window was a complete nonsense or just a P.R. disaster. The 31-year old midfielder is back in full training and might even feature in Saturday's FA cup 6th round game against Everton, [.
Is Vermaelen able to play at left back for the Gunners? by Ash It may have been a while since we last saw Thomas Vermaelen ply his trade for Arsenal however he has been named fit enough to make the team squad that will play Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium this weekend. Vermaelen's Arsenal [...]
The record signing of Arsenal Football Club has been the subject of great speculation in the media and among fans recently. His performances have been studied from all sorts of angles to analyse why his performances had dropped off recently and nobody was surprised when Arsene Wenger left him out of the matchday squad for [.
It was very worrying for Arsenal fans to see three more players added to the injury list in the last couple of games. The fact that two of them, Kieran Gibbs and Nacho Monreal, were both left backs was even worse, especially as Thomas Vermaelen, who can play there as well as in the centre, [...]
How much of a boost will Ramsey's return to Arsenal be? by Ash Prior to Aaron Ramsey's boxing day injury against West Ham, the Arsenal and Wales international midfielder was having the season of his career so far, becoming the ultimately player in midfield. As you can expect, his injury consequently set the team back [.
I know that all of Arsenal's Premier League title rivals all scraped narrow wins this weekend, but I have the feeling that things could just be starting to go our way. If I am right, it is about bleeding time, because no team has suffered worse luck than the Gunners this season. Amazingly enough, Arsenal [.
I'm sure I don't need to remind you that Arsenal have had one or two problems with players getting injured this season. So it was probably no surprise to see Kieran Gibbs have to be replaced early in the Champions League clash against Bayern Munich, and then his replacement Nacho Monreal went off at halftime [.
It seems that everyone, including the Arsenal fans, had pretty much forgotten about Yaya Sanogo. When the Gunners signed him on a free transfer from a second division French club in the summer, it is fair to say that he did not exactly set our pulses racing and there were plenty of jokes going around [.
Arsene Wenger has already suggested, in his pre-match press conference for Arsenal vs. Sunderland, that some of the players are getting tired after a punishing schedule of games and that he intends to rotate his squad today. So just who needs a rest and who can Wenger afford to leave out for this must-win Premier [.
Arsenal are back on top of the league. Not the Premier League, at least not yet, but the league of injuries updated regularly on physioroom.com. We have been there for most of the season as well, just like the Premier League but have been off the top for the last few weeks. Hopefully the trend [...]
This is the news we have all been waiting for Arsenal fans, along with the news that Abramovich is pulling his money out of Chelsea and Mourinho is taking a vow of silence. The Gunners' best player of the season so far, Aaron Ramsey, has been given good news on his thigh injury and should [...]
I may be clutching at straws here but as Arsenal prepare to host Bayern Munich, the holders and favourites for this year's Champions League, anything that can help the Gunners' cause is extremely welcome. So it is good news that the Germans lost another key player to injury at the weekend, while quite a few [.
There have been no direct quotes from Arsene Wenger or any of the Arsenal players, yet all the football journalists have been reporting for the last few days that the manager is set to field a weakened Arsenal team today. Apparently Wenger wants to rest a few key players who have been looking a bit [.
If you ask most Arsenal fans and people working in football which of the three competitions that Arsenal are still in offers the best chance of a piece of silverware to finally stop the media and fans of rival clubs banging on about the trophy drought, I think the outcome would be overwhelmingly the FA [.
The revolving door in the Arsenal dressing room continues to spin round as it has done all season. Just when you think that the Gunners team is going to be boosted with the return of a player, they get injured again or someone else drops out. True to form, Arsene Wenger has been hit with [...]
There are quite a few big questions hanging over Arsenal at the minute. After a general dwindling of perfvormance levels culminated in the disaster away to Liverpool, a season that was looking so promising suddenly looks in danger of imploding and finishing with the Gunners empty handed yet again. There are concerns over the ability [.
What Could Kallstrom Add for Arsenal? by Queefy Gunner Following the heavy defeat to a feisty Liverpool side, Arsenal are left wondering what could have been had the game started out differently. Wasting no time, the Reds marched on and taught the Gunners a lesson, slotting in four goals before halftime.
With Arsenal beginning a tough run of fixtures with a tricky looking trip to Anfield to face an in-form Liverpool, Arsene Wenger will have been glad that his Gunners team are not the only one to be depleted by injuries. And his preparation for the game will have been helped by being easily able to [.
Liverpool vs Arsenal Preview, Line up and predicted score by KJ This is the start of the business end of the season for Arsenal in my opinion. We need to pick up maximum points this month to ensure we have a fighting chance going into the gruelling March fixture list. Liverpool at Anfield has been [.
As soon as Arsenal were knocked back into second place in their Champions League `group of death`, with a bizarre goalkeeping calamity from Marseille giving Dortmund an undeserved win in the last game, Gooners everywhere were fearing the worst, and we duly got it in last year's winners and the favourites for this year, Bayern [.
Any little crumb of good luck that Arsenal get this season is extremely welcome, because it will be more than balanced out by the mountain of bad luck that Arsene Wenger and the players have had to deal with. But, whereas injuries have caused us nothing but trouble this season, tomorrow's game might actually be [.
There is a lot of nervousness among Arsenal fans at the minute. Hardly surprising really, with pundits like Michael Owen and Jamie Redknapp constantly predicting doom, disaster and a sudden slide down the Premier League. Tough fixtures are coming, they say, and how will Arsenal's weakling squad devoid of talent possibly cope with this?
What are Liverpool's weaknesses? by KJ It's still a couple of days away but there's a massive game coming up on Saturday and Arsenal will need to start a winning run against some of the bigger teams for the next 6 weeks if we are to stay in the title race. But the same was [...]
There is a lot of speculation and discussion at the minute about who is the favourite to win the Premier League title. Arsenal are still being largely ignored by the media, despite still being in top spot and having been there for the vast majority of the season so far. Chelsea's victory over Man City [.
What with injuries and the suspension of Mathieu Flamini, the Arsenal team almost picks itself at the minute. But that does not mean that Arsene Wenger will be taking a week off to catch up with the box sets of The Wire or Breaking Bad, because he still has at least one big decision to [...]
Lack of transfer activity may cost Arsenal a great chance to win the title. by KM Hi Arsenal fans. Just a quick note on the City v Chelsea game. Mourinho again showed why he is such a master tactician, especially in the big games. He studied City's game, made an antidote and went on to [...]
Arsenal expects more from the Ox and so does he! by Ash If you weren't aware already, having been in a sensory deprivation chamber or lost in the desert, Alex Oxlade Chamberlain played a stunning role in the central of midfield for Arsenal in their 2-0 win over Crystal Palace on Sunday afternoon. The Gunners [.
Arsene Wenger takes his Arsenal team to Anfield to face Liverpool in Saturday's early kick-off. It is the first in a run of four games that could have a massive say on whether the Gunners have a successful season or another disappointing one. So it is really important to get off to a decent start [..
Non Supporters please sit down by Gunner Gyzinermouth I can be a fickle Arsenal supporter at times. I was here ranting with the rest of you prior to our purchase of Ozil and it was me who stated, if the club does nothing, so shall we. I even ignored our football team until some investment [...]
It has got to be one of the worst and most embarrassing bits of transfer business that Arsenal Football Club have accomplished in a long time. And that is saying something because there are some strong candidates, like Sebastien `the squid` Squillaci. But signing a player as an emergency measure to cover for injuries and [.
Can Wenger take Arsenal back to glory days? by Uche Fellow Arsenal fans, this seems like a really weird question because it is generally believed that Arsene Wenger is the best thing that happened to Arsenal and that just may be true. The man loves Arsenal more than anyone at the club and I do [...]
Predictable Arsenal? by J.T. If it wasn't already apparent by now, Arsene Wenger loves midfielders. More importantly he loves attacking midfielders. So when the opportunity for Arsenal to sign Mesut Ozil came up in the summer it was one that he thought he could not pass by. After the departure of Robin van Persie who [.
Do Arsenal have the best central defence in the Premier League? by Ash Arsenal have come under a lot of criticism in recent years about the team's defensive qualities as well as the defence itself. It has arguably never been completely stable since the glory days almost 10 years ago, with the likes of Kolo [.
Why Ramsey will win us silverware this season by KJ Most Arsenal fans will be on a high at the moment, not because of Saturday's result but because of yesterday's result. With Wigan knocking out Manchester City, there is a massive chance for Arsenal to finally end their trophy drought with two Championship teams and [.