No Arsenal fans will be surprised that Nicklas Bendtner and Park Chu Young (did he ever join?) have been released by Arsene Wenger, but some of us thought that Chuks Aneke may have been given a new contract after scoring 16 goals on loan at Crewe this season. But it looks like Wenger thinks there [..
I am not going to be too hard on the Arsenal and South Korea striker Park Chu-Young, but it is safe to say that his time with the Gunners has been a big disappointment for all sides. Many expected him to be part of the mass clear out from the Emirates this summer, but he [...]
Marica on his way to Arsenal? by Ash Arsenal's transfer dealings may not be over for the summer just yet, with reports coming out of Romania that free agent striker Ciprian Marica could move to the Emirates next week. Arsenal did have a highly successful transfer window in the end, signing four players in Ozil [.
Bendtner's stubbornness kills off another move by Ash One of Arsenal's main priorities this summer was to have a massive clear out of all the players that realistically never had a chance of playing for Arsenal again. This would enable us to get some players off the towering wage bill, as well as free up [.
Bendtner offered another escape route! by Ash Arsenal wantaway striker Nicklas Bendtner has been given what seems to be one final chance to leave the Gunners this summer, with enquiries from fellow Premier League London club Crystal Palace and Steve Clarke's West Brom. Palace have already secured the signing of Marouane Chamakh from Arsenal this [.
There have been recent murmurs going around world media that Arsenal have terminated the contract of Korean international striker Chu Young Park. The rumours started off from an independent Spanish press company, who are seemingly afflicted with Park's old club Celta Vigo, where he spent last season out on loan.
Aaron Ramsey has not had an easy run of it. After showing so much early promise at Arsenal he missed almost a year of football thanks to Ryan Shawcross. On his return, Ramsey struggled to win over Gooners with some varied performances. However, the absence of Jack Wilshere and the sale of Alex Song this season has meant that Arsene Wenger has had to rely on the young Welshman more and more, and he is finally starting to reap consistent rewards.
Arsenal's famous list of "deadwood" players seems to get bigger every year, but for some reason we can never get anyone to actually buy them off us and we have to struggle to send them out on loan every year. But we still do have some talented players out there that have a chance of coming back and becoming first team players of the future.
South Korean international Park-Chu-Young played more minutes in London this summer at the Olympic Games than he has in his entire career with Arsenal. Now according to several reports it appears that the Gunners have written the 27-year-old striker off at a cost of Â£5.5 million.
Park was bought by manager Arsene Wenger from French club Monaco on transfer deadline day in 2011, perhaps as a panic buy.
Arsenal have released their accounts which are looking pretty good, showing that Arsene Wenger should have a decent war chest to spend in January. Another interesting thing apparent from the figures is the news that the club have given up any hope of ever selling the South Korean international striker, Park Chu-Young.
There will not be many Arsenal fans that will be happy that a certain Sebastien Squillaci is still
in training with the club after the transfer window deadline has come and gone. Arsenal failed to
find buyers for Nicklas Bendtner or Chu-Young Park, but at least they have been sent out on loan to
Arsenal have already waved goodbye to Nicklas Bendtner and Park Chu-Young today. There are offers
from Turkish club Besiktas and Spanish side Malaga to take Marouane Chamakh on loan for the next
year. So what happens if Olivier Giroud picks up an injury? I really hope that by the end of today,
Arsene Wenger can [.
Arsenal have made more room at the Emirates after South Korean striker Park Chu-Young has sealed
his transfer to the Spanish club Celta Vigo. The club were promoted to La Liga in Spain last season
and have been looking to boost their squad on a tight budget. Spanish newspaper Marca reports that
the agreement is [.
Arsenal prepared to slash prices by TS So the transfer window is closing all the more quickly now
it would seem, and Arsenal's board are beginning to panic. Panic? Really? Well, yes, it would seem
they are. Apparently, the board is fed up with fringe players sucking the life out of our wage
budget and [.
Celta Vigo eyes Park Chu-Young on loan by AM According to Spanish media, Celta Vigo are eyeing a
loan deal for Arsenal forward Park Chu-Young. The South Korean forward has been out in cold ever
since his mysterious arrival last year. Park is perhaps Arsene Wenger's most questionable transfer
Wenger confirms that Park, Squillaci and Bendtner are on their way out of Arsenal! We've finally
got some confirmation from Wenger on certain players to depart from Arsenal this summer. He's
highlighted that Chu-Young Park, Sebastian Squillaci and Niklas Bendtner are all on their way out
of the Emirates.
Wenger confirms that Park, Squillaci and Bendtner are on their way out of Arsenal! By KJ We've
finally got some confirmation from Wenger on certain players to depart from Arsenal this summer.
He's highlighted that Chu-Young Park, Sebastian Squillaci and Niklas Bendtner are all on their way
out of the Emirates.
Nicklas Bendtner has Galatasaray offer by AH Last week it was reported that Arsenal had received
enquiries for Nicklas Bendtner from AC Milan and Galatasaray. They were both quoted a Â£7.5 million
price tag and AC Milan's interest dropped. Since then AC Milan have sold Zlatlan Imbrahimovic and
are on the lookout for a new [.
The Arsenal and Korea striker Chu-Young Park has been largely invisible in his first (and last?)
season at the Emirates, and he has now made it clear that he is wlling to listen to any offers that
may come his way this summer as he goes in search of some first-team football. Park is currently
Arsenal's South Korean star Park Chu-Young has sure made a lot of headlines around the world
recently, especially for a guy who only played a handful of minutes in the Premier League last
season. Much of the recent fuss has to do with Chu-Young's military service in his homeland and his
exclusion from the national team, but inclusion on the nation's Olympic squad.
Now that Jack Wilshere has been ruled out of joining Team GB's Olympic team, it looks like Arsenal
will have five current Gunners going to play at the Olympics in August. Arsene Wenger has already
said that the Olympics could play havoc with Arsenal's pre-season, and now that Aaron Ramsey and
Kieran Gibbs are set [.
Nicklas Bendtner has thrust himself into the spotlight recently with his now infamous underpants
stunt, and, it must be said, some impressive performances at Euro 2012. But I must admit that for a
while I'd kind of forgotten about the player, on loan at Sunderland last season and supposedly on
his way out of Arsenal.
Fringe players departing Arsenal P2 by KJ I'm now going to discuss the players that Arsenal will
look to get rid of but it wouldn't be end of the world if they were still Gunners in September.
Bendtner: The Dane actually had a very decent Euros this summer. He scored two goals against a
The final and most crucial game of the season is coming up this weekend and nothing less than a win
will ensure Arsenal a place in next years Champions League. Arsene Wenger gave an up-to-date
rundown of Arsenal injury news, and things aren't too bad all things considering, and he even
confirmed that Sebastien Squillaci [.
The Morrocan international Marouane Chamakh has been left on the sidelines all season with just one
Premiership start for Arsenal, and he has previously indicated that he wasn't happy with spending
all year on the bench. But Wenger gave Chamakh a whole 12 minutes on the pitch against Stoke this
weekend, and was obviously asked [.
So, who exactly makes up Arsenal's â€˜deadwood': by SV It is accepted by almost all Arsenal fans
that there is deadwood in our team that needs clearing out in order to free up space both
financially and in terms of squad size for new, more useful signings. I thought that I'd use
What do we do if the unthinkable happens? by SV I am sure that in the back of most Gooners' mind is
apprehension as to what will happen if our captain leaves Arsenal the summer. But the fact is that,
if such a thing occurs, we shall do our very best to find a suitable [...]
Is Park's Military Delay A Good News For Arsenal? by AM The Arsenal and South Korea striker Chu
Young Park will be allowed to join his country's military service 10 years from now if he wants to,
after being supposedly forced to join them in less than two years. South Korea's Military Manpower
Administration declared [.
After that emphatic drubbing of Blackburn Rovers, Arsenal face a tricky trip to the Stadium of
Light to face a rejuvenated Sunderland side who are currently eighth in the table, just seven
points behind Arsenal. Sunderland have been in great form since the arrival of new boss Martin
O'Neil and one could assume that the [.
Just before Christmas Arsene Wenger made it clear that Chu-Young Park was now settled in London and
ready to step-up to the Arsenal first team when Gervinho and Chamakh went off to the African
Nations Cup. He said: "The adaptation period for him is over now so he has to come in and show he
Arsene Wenger seems to be considering rotating the Arsenal team, and it could probably do with a
good shake-up after four games without a win, and the foremost problem is deciding who will replace
Robin Van Persie as the main striker. Marouane Chamakh is returning from a very disappointing
African Nations Cup for the Moroccan [.
In what could be a briliant piece of business by QPR manager Mark Hughes, it looks as if Man
UnitedÂ´s Ji Sung Park will be heading to the London team in their quest to push up the Premier
League table come the 2012/2013 season.
Park has been a very faithful servant of United, featuring in many of their big games, putting
in some ever reliable performances.
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They may well have spent the afternoon limbering up at Old Trafford yesterday, but Anderlecht ventured out into the wilds of Manchester to complete their final training session ahead of Thursday night's quarter-final second leg clash against Manchester United.
Indeed, the Belgian side were spotted by a fan (@robpim1982) going through their paces in the middle ofCastlefield park,just along the A65 from United's stadium.
Twenty-seven attempts on goal, eleven attempts on target, thirteen corners, one goal. Frustrating,
to say the least. The goals have dried up again at home (three in three league games â€“ conceding
two in the process), giving Wenger a fresh headache to mull over as we head into the New Year.