Possible Arsenal Starting Line-Up Against Napoli + Prediction - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Arsenal head into the final game of the Champions League, leading the group F table with 12 points – yet their progression to the next round is not guaranteed. Though, the Gunners should qualify unless they press the self-destructive button.
We have recently been priviledged to see a strange phenomena emerge from the cesspool that is the British media's approach to Arsenal and Arsene Wenger. That minor ¨miracle¨ I am referring to is the apparent love-in the miscreant media have suddenly espoused as their current cause celebre.
I am an occasional peruser of Newsnow's Arsenal page. For those of you not familiar with Newsnow, it's a website that pulls together any and all current stories on a wide range of topics, updated every few minutes.
If you're financially minded you can visit its Business pages; if digital is your thing you might go to the Technology pages; if you like comedy you can drop in on the Tottenham Hotspur page.
Arsenal join the race to sign Liverpool player reports Spanish press - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Pepe Reina is still a Liverpool player in theory, but his future surely lies elsewhere after the end of the season. Either he could sign with Napoli on a permanent basis or his possible destination could be Barcelona next summer.
RVP's five cardinal sins By AondoaverK Arsenal fans now have more than one reason to be happy. Our boys are producing exquisite football on the pitch. We go into tough matches wanting very much to win but also knowing that even a loss will still keep us at the top. But the fact that our [...]
This game was touted as one of high intensity, skill and spirit. Not for the faint hearted. Potentially a fantastic even and attacking game. A game suitable for the album of memories. A fine mix of youth and experience developing under the tutelage of master craftsman Arsene Wenger, against Roberto Martinez's self-proclaimed "real young arrogant group of players, who have got real talent.
With Arsenal locked in a tight Premier League tussle with Everton at the Emirates, it was a surprise to see Arsene Wenger taking the team's star man off with around 20 minutes to go. But Aaron Ramsey was not having his best game and had taken a couple of heavy challenges. But Ramsey has hardly [...]
There is a school of thought that says that anything worth winning is better when you earn it. Well Arsenal will certainly have earned any trophy they win this season, because if it wasn't for bad luck, we wouldn't have any luck at all. I am talking, of course, about the draw for the third [...]
There have been a few stories in the media this week about Arsenal being interested in a January transfer move for the Fulham and Bulgaria international striker Dimitar Berbatov. The news, or rumour, was met with relative indifference by a lot of Arsenal fans, who are keen to see the Gunners get a real top [.
When Arsene Wenger spoke about the Arsenal home fans a few weeks ago, it was not the first time that the subject of a big club's home games being a bit flat. Manchester United and Tottenham have been in the news this season among others and there have been calls for safe standing areas, singing [...]
There is a new transfer rumour concerning Arsenal, but I would be very surprised if anything came of it. Apparently the former Gunner and Cameroon international midfielder Alex Song could be available in January, after failing to establish himself in the Barcelona team. Song may have hoped that things would get better this season under [.
Hoping Arsenal have a better end to 1st half of the season by Uma Like every football match, the 1st half shows your intent to the game and whether you are in it for a win, loss or draw. How you approach the game in the 1st half determines to a great extent the result [...]
Results in the Premier League today have been good to Arsenal and have eased the pressure on Arsene Wenger and his players ahead of an important home game against Everton. But the manager has insisted that Arsenal are in no mood to relax, especially as they are well aware of the danger posed by the [.
It has been a frustrating season so far at Arsenal for Theo Walcott, on a personal level at least. The flying forward struggled for goals at the start of the campaign, and just when he started to find his form and the back of the net he suffered an unexpected abdominal problem that needed surgery [..
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 [.
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 [...]
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 [.
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 [.
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 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 [.
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 [...]
Will I have egg on my face at the end of the season? by Adam Kemp Arsenal is finally beginning to show some ambition by winning games in an efficient yet stylish manner. Success on the football pitch is the only way to silence the critics and Arsene Wenger is beginning to demonstrate his competence [.
Should Bendtner Replace Giroud in the Arsenal XI by Haywill A great midweek result for all of us Gooners all over the world after our beloved team Arsenal FC gained a convincing victory against Hull City who had beaten Liverpool 3-1 in their previous game. And as well as the three points, the game provided [.
Arsenal have moved up a level but are not champions yet! by KM Arsenal still sit four points clear at the top after a nice solid win against Hull. It was really nice that we managed to rotate some players, especially Giroud. Sagna and Gibbs also got a rest. Nick Bendtner managed a game and [...]
Once again Arsene Wenger has surprised many an Arsenal fan and neutral observer. Just like recently with aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud, the Arsenal boss confounded critics by keeping hold of the Danish international striker Nicklas Bendtner. Despite all evidence to the contrary, Wenger assured us that the misfit striker could provide the Gunners with [.
After Arsenal were pegged back by Everton yesterday to only come away with a point, Arsene Wenger was clearly frustrated. He bemoaned the referee's leniency with Everton's spoiling tactics and suggested that Deulofeu's leveller should not have stood. But hindsight is a wonderful thing, and after a bit of time to think, the Frenchman seems [.
Arsene Wenger has sparked a debate in football after stating that he believes loan players should not have a restriction for playing against their parent clubs. I am asking you all this morning whether or not that should be the case?
At the moment Romelu Lukaku is on fire, scoring goals for Everton at will and playing really, really well.
I have never understood the oft uttered cliché that ‘life is short.' If we are to adopt the spectrum of the existence of the universe as a barometer, then sure, human life is short. Humanity itself is a recent phenomenon using that vast apparatus. But it's hardly a fair measuring scale. By definition, life is the longest, most drawn out thing any person being ever does, no matter how premature the demise may be in comparison with the majority of humans.