Sunderland will be smarting from their 8-0 hammering last week at the hands of Southampton so I expect them to be much much tighter tomorrow against an Arsenal side who have struggled thus far in-front of goal for the amount of possession they gain expect more of the same tomorrow at the Stadium of Light.
The Arsenal manager spoke to the press today ahead of the trip north to face Sunderland in the Premier League tomorrow, as reported by The Mirror. And I don't think that Arsene Wenger needed to stretch his tactical acumen too far to realise that the home side may well concentrate on their defending after being [.
The graph below shows the ten clubs who have amassed the most goalsin the history of English football's top division, ranging from the pre-Premier League era (First Division) right through to the present day.
Rather surprisingly, particularly to those of a younger generation, Everton and Aston Villa head the list, beatingthe modern day behemoths of Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea.
It was surely no surprise to Arsenal fans when Jack Wilshere fouled Hull City's Gaston Ramirez after about an hour on Saturday and even less of a surprise that the referee showed him a yellow card for the challenge. Because that is unfortunately a part of the England midfielders game and the fact that it [.
Premier League Gameweek 6: Five Things To Watch Out For - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Gameweek 6 of the Premier League brings to us some very interesting match-ups, including two of the most feisty derbies in the country. The league table will slowly start to take shape from here on in, and with some of the bigger teams yet to get going, sides like Southampton and Swansea will be looking to cash-in as much as possible.
Yesterday, Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone suggested that Black Cats players should reimburse supporters who had traveled to St Mary's on Saturday only to witness the club fall to a humiliating 8-0 defeat against Southampton.
"I will personally talk to the team to see if it is possible to pay [for the fans'] tickets and their trip," Mannone said.
Sunderland 'keeper Vito Mannone has posited that he and his beleaguered teammates should club together to reimburse the Black Cats fans who schlepped the entire length of the country only to watch their side get utterly dismantled by Southampton on Saturday afternoon.
Gus Poyet was left bemoaning the most embarrassing moment of his football career after his Sunderland side were hammered 8-0 at Southampton.
The Uruguayan saw the Black Cats score two own goals on their way to their biggest ever Barclays Premier League defeat as a Graziano Pelle brace, as well as goals from Jack Cork, Dusan Tadic, Victor Wanyama and Sadio Mane sealed a memorable afternoon for the hosts.
Goals Southampton vs Sunderland 8-0 Highlights Vergini Own Goal 2014 Mannone Howler Video is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter
Goals Southampton vs Sunderland 8-0 Highlights Vergini Own Goal 2014 Mannone Howler Video is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter Unbelievable game this one between Southampton and Sunderland at St.
Former Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio was interviewed on Sky Sports:Goals on Sunday yesterday and shared his thoughts on the Black Cats' embarrassing 8-0 defeat to Southampton on Saturday. Di Canio commented that when he played, he would "punish himself" for such a performance and expressed that Sunderland's players and coaches should "pay something".
[W]ith football cock of the walk as the new millennium dawned, the extended love-in with music and other elements of popular culture continued to drag on through the early years of the decade. Soccer AM remained as popular as ever, Doves' anthem Pounding soundtracked Saturday lunchtime's On The Ball presented by Gabby Yorath, Sham 69 enlisted Blur guitarist Graham Coxon on a reworking of one of their most famous hits, producing the subtle Hurry Up England, and those chancers Kasabian took the stage for a gig in Paris sporting the national team's new replica shirt.
De Gea, Ivanović, Henderson... Names of the Premier League, week 7 is a post from: Just Football
It was quite an eventful weekend of football in the Premier League and so we bring you another instalment of Names of the Premier League to recap the star performers you may have missed while you were fantasising about an Arsene Wenger-Jose Mourinho street fight.
By 1970's Gooner The horrid display at Anderlecht made obvious two major weaknesses that need to be addressed for the Sunderland game and the ones that will follow. The defence is already weak and needs to be protected. Monreal is playing out of position and looks it. He is not up to it. Chambers can do so much and he is bound to start having average games.
Sun'lan fan Cass Farrar: Proud owner of one of football's most depressing hat-tricks
It's little wonder he looks so glum, for this man is Sunderland fan Cass Farrar and not only did he make the trip to watch the Black Cats get neuteredby Southampton at the weekend, but he's also been present on the two other occasions his beloved sidehave been obliterated by an 8-0 scoreline.