All Arsenal fans are up in arms about the Gunners dropping two points at Norwich yesterday, and even worse we have sustained three more injuries to key players that we can ill afford to do without right now. Arsene Wenger felt that Norwich played a defensive game and deserved the point. Le Prof told Arsenal.
It's game-day again, and it is Arsenal's big chance to prove that last weeks humiliating defeat to West Brom was nothing but an unlucky blip, as the Arsenal machine rolls on to the title. Norwich must be dreading a backlash from the Gunners after our bad luck at the Hawthorns, and having lost 5 of [.
Now that Aaron Ramsey and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain have returned to the Arsenal squad, most Gooners were assuming that Joel Campbell would be returned to the bench while Wenger picks his favourites again, but it would appear that Le Prof is thinking that Campbell could hold down a regular place in the First XI.
Many Arsenal fans were very underwhelmed when Joel Campbell got a run in the First XI as the right-winger due to simultaneous injuries to Aaron Ramsey and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, but for today's game at Norwich both of those will be back in the Arsenal squad so Arsene Wenger now has to decide on which of [.
Now this is an interesting question, and will probably spark a bit of debate as I have often heard on JustArsenal that we have usually lacked a player that can grab the others and galvanize them into action, especially when the Gunners heads fall after going behind. We all know Mikel Arteta is our captain, [.
After just one point from their last two League games, Arsenal really have to get back on track against Norwich City on Sunday just like they did in the Champions League this midweek. For a change our players will have had five days to prepare and, for a change Arsene Wenger will actually have to [..
So the impossible dream is still alive and the Gunners now just have to go to Olympiakos and win by two clear goals to amazingly reach the Champions League knockout stages. It was strangely quiet in the stadium for most of the first half but Arsenal were dominant right from the off. It seemed a [...]
Stop worrying! Arsenal are fine! by Sam P You would think Arsenal had lost their last five games if you listened to the ranting going on in Arsenal blogs over the last few days. The fact is that we totally dominated West Brom and the rub of the green was just against us on the [...]
There is nothing but bad news and bad luck for Arsenal and their fans at the moment. The injuries are piling up, and now that Francis Coquelin and Mikel Arteta have joined the ranks of the walking wounded we really are down to the bare bones of the squad. Other than those two, the Gunners [...]
The latest injury news from Arsene Wenger is that the only player that he has available once more from the injury list is the Spanish right back Hector Bellerin, which is a handy boost as the Gunners head to the west midlands to take on Tony Pulis' West Bromwich Albion. But that news was mitigated [.
So much for Arsenal fans hoping and praying to get most of our players back uninjured after the international break, and some of our currently injured ones to be returning to the squad, but Alas!, Arsene Wenger has burst our bubble today. Oxlade-Chamberlain and Aaron Ramsey were expected to be available, but it seems the [.
Arsene Wenger must have been beside himself after hearing that the Arsenal and Chile international forward Alexis Sanchez had played the full 90 minutes of a bad tempered World Cup qualifier against Uruguay, despite his national coach Jorge Sampaoli revealing before the game in Montevideo that Alexis had picked up a knock to his calf [.
We are all well aware that the last few years have seen Arsenal struggling to cope with a lot more players and playing days missing due to various injury problems than any of our rivals. I remember seeing a chart last season showing the injury situation for Premier League clubs over the previous 10 years [.
Although there is at least good reason to hope that the Arsenal injury list will soon be a lot shorter than it is right now, Arsene Wenger still has a problem on his hands. When the club football gets back underway after the annoying international break is over, the Gunners could have as many as [...
The Arsenal dressing room might be a slightly tense place to be once all the Gunners away on duty with their various countries are back together after the current international break, at least it could be a bit uncomfortable for the young Spanish right back Hector Bellerin. Maybe his Arsenal team mates will not be [.
The Importance of Aaron Ramsey. Galen Sona Another boring week of international football. Today I want to look at the importance of Aaron Ramsey "Rambo" to Arsenal. Truth be told we were all critical of Wenger's decision to play Ramsey out wide. I couldn't understand such a decision. But after watching our last four games [.
While Arsene Wenger and every Arsenal fan in the world, except perhaps for the embarrassing 'celebrity' motormouth fan Piers Morgan, will be hoping that Aaron Ramsey is fit and ready to return to club action when the Gunners travel to face West Bron after the international break, it could be the exact opposite for Joel [.
WENGER NEEDS TO GET RID OF INCONSISTENCY! by NO I will make a very controversial statement; Arsenal are inconsistent because of inconsistent players in the first team squad. Can Wenger use the winter window to remove the inconsistency from his squad now that the core of the side has formed itself? This he needs to [.
Arsenal fans were starting to worry whether the same old problems were coming back to haunt us, but it looks like the trick or treaters doing the rounds for Halloween tomorrow will be the only horrors we need to worry about. As long as the Gunners can get to the international break without too much [.
Around 15 games into the season and half the Arsenal squad is injured already? by KM Okay, so whats up lately? We car-crashed out of the CoC, but there is a bigger issue. Just look at the injury list of outfield players. Jack Wilshere, Danny Welbeck, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Aaron Ramsey, Theo Walcott, Mikel Arteta and [.
Normal service is resumed at Arsenal by DN There will be a million Arsenal fans shouting "I told you so" this week, as the double injury blow to Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has left the Gunners in a precarious position for their next few games. Not only have we lost those two as possible [.
I know that it was a bad night at the office all round for Arsene Wenger and the players, as Arsenal limped to an emphatic defeat away to Championship side Sheffield Wednesday. But having lost two of the few first team players taken to Hillsborough for this somewhat unwelcome Capital One Cup clash, I do [.
Arsenal receive massive title boost with 3-0 humiliation to Sheffield Wednesday By Twig It was a humiliating defeat to Sheffield Wednesday last night, on a night where there were little or no positives to take home. The scoreline was made worse by injuries to Oxlade-Chamberlain and (his substitute) Theo Walcott.
There was a massive furore when Arsene Wenger used David Ospina in Arsenal's must-win Champions League tie against Olympiakos, and our French manager hinted that our Number 33 may have needed a rest to deflect criticism, but Wenger has no hesitation in putting Cech as the first name on the teamsheet for the Capitol One [.
Although most Arsenal fans would argue that Aaron Ramsey is NOT a right-winger, we are still not going to be happy that the Welshman is set to be out for at least a month because of a new hamstring injury. He pulled up in the Bayern Munich game after an intense fortnight where he played [...]
Last Chance For Oxlade-Chamberlain by JH Arsenal are currently flying high, having beaten arguably the best team on the planet right now, but victory in that game did come at a price, Arsene Wenger's first choice right winger, Aaron Ramsey, suffered a hamstring injury, and is set to miss roughly a month of football.
Just when we were beginning to thing that the terrible luck that has beset Arsenal on the injury front for years was not going to carry on in the present season, Arsene Wenger has given an injury update that consitutes a triple whammy for us. All three of the players involved, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere [.
Arsenal do have some reasons to be optimistic and believe that we can record a famous victory over Bayern Munich tonight, despite the fact that the German club are on an amazing run of form and their strikers Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller are on fire. Arsene Wenger has already said that his team are [.
The Arsenal and Chile international was probably not at his imperious best for the Gunners´ vital away win o9ver Watford and considering that Alexis Sanchez only touched down in London on Thursday after a taxing international break, that is no surprise. And there were other players like Ozil, Cazorla and Ramsey that played very well [.
For quite a long time of this Premier League away game, Arsenal and all our talented and creative players were held at bay and matched by the hard working, determined and well drilled home side. Watford went into this game with the joint best defensive record in the league and having only conceded one, from [.
The Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey finally got his first goal of the season in the Wales win in midweek, after missing a sitter for the Gunners against Man United, and the player himself feels sure that now he has broken his duck the goals will start flowing again. I've been wanting it now for a [..
Scoring goals has been one of a number of issues that affected Arsenal at the start of the current season, although Alexis Sanchez, Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott have all improved significantly in front of goal in recent weeks. Mesut Ozil also got in on the act in our last Premier League game against Man [.
Today is a big day for Arsenal and potentially a pivotal one in this Premier League season, as whoever wins the game will head into the international break with great belief and in a very good position to challenge the leage leaders Man City for the title of champions. The Gunners need to bounce back [.
Arsenal Players should take 80% of the blame. By Galen I try not write any article immediately after a game of football. Most often the anger is doing all the talking. I have gone back to Arsenal Player and watch our game vs Olympiakos. I have also read and seen the comments of the fans [...]
Arsenal fans have been known to accuse Arsene Wenger of having his favourite players that he will keep playing whether they are in good form or not and one of the players this has been said about most in recent years is the Wales international midfielder Aaron Ramsey. As we know, Rambo proved his many [.
It was hard work for Arsenal going forward as Olympiakos showed us how to defend but we did create a lot and both Walcott and Alexis scored great goals, with the Chilean again our best player. The defenders and keeper, though, had another shocker. Ospina 4 Not to blame for 1st or 3rd but [...]
The Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey watched his team-mate Alexis Sanchez break his goal drought against Leicester this weekend, and quickly follow it up with two more in our 5-2 win. The Welshman is keen to emulate the Chilean in tonight's game against Olympiakos at the Emirates tonight. Ramsey's drought now stretchs back to 14 games [.
If Arsenal had won, or even not lost, the opening Champions League game away to Dinamo Zagreb, things may have been different. Maybe not, because Arsene Wenger has been speaking today about how vital it is to win your home games in these European league based tournaments. Having lost in Croatia, though, the game at [.
Super Flamini to the rescue as Arsene desperately needed this win by KM As an Arsenal fan you always enjoy a win against Spurs at the Lane, don't you? The chance to mock that Spurs fan sitting on the desk next to you while you drink your afternoon tea. Out of all the possible goalscorers, [...]
I was already leaning towards Mathieu Flamini as the best Arsenal player in the Capital One cup north London derby, and then the Frenchman came up with that stunning volley to win the game, so there was no contest. As well as his goals, Flamini brought grit, drive and determination to the heart of the [.