AsArsenal'sseason appears to be crumbling around us,speculation regarding our manager and our players is hotting up. While Arsene Wenger's future remains to be a big secret, a number of our players are being linked with the exit door, including Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Hector Bellerin. The latter has been quoted as talking up interest [.
Arsenal are currently being linked with three of Everton's key men, with manager Ronald Koeman and star duo Ross Barkley and Romelu Lukaku. The speculation surrounding Arsene Wenger is at it's highest point of his reign, and one name who has been thrown out there to replace him is Dutchman Koeman. The manager has done [.
Some Arsenal fans might be expecting Arsene Wenger to rest one or two key players today, with the recent injury picked up by Aaron Ramsey bringing to our minds the risk of this with most of the Arsenal first team having played almost every Premier League and Champions League game as well as the international [.
Arsenal are looking for their fourth win and our fourth clean sheet in a row in todays game against Everton at the Emirates. The Toffees are no pushovers either, having been unbeaten in seven games before last weeks 3-0 defeat to Man United. Their only other defeat this season was at the hands of Manchester [.
It seems as though Jack Wilshere has been talked about as the future of the England national team ever since he first broke on to the scene as an Arsenal teenager. But that expectation has turned into criticism in recent years, with most of those critics completely ignoring all the times spent on the sidelines [.
This is a massive game for both clubs and, even though Arsenal still harbour some lingering but fading title hopes, I think it is more important for Everton to win than us. A draw will keep the Gunners in pole position to secure Champiuons League football for the 17th year in a row. So it [...]
Finally we have an injury story that is not about Arsenal and their players, although it could have a significant impact on the Gunners' season. Although Arsenal are still the Premier League team with the most players on the sidelines, our weekend opponents Everton are not far behind and could be without two of their [.
Youngsters Ross Barkley and Andros Townsend have been rewarded by their impressive early season form with a call-up to the England senior squad for the vital World Cup qualifying clashes with Moldova and Ukraine.
Barkley has impressed in Roberto Martinez's Everton side of late while Tottenham's fleet-footed winger Townsend has obviously benefited from last season's loan spell with QPR.