Rafa Benitez eats, sleeps and breathes football, so he is very well suited to be the manager of Newcastle United where the City is well known for its complete passion for football and everything revolves around its famous football club. It's been clear in the year Rafa has been at the club that he wants [.
Kieron Dyer played at Newcastle for eight years from 1999 and played the whole five yearswhen Sir Bobby Robson was managing the club from 999. And Kieron proved to be a challenge for the former England manager, basically because he was often a pain to manage on Tyneside. Kieron and Craig Bellamy were a handful [.
Rafa Benitez pulled no punches yesterday in his praise for Alan Shearer as his new statueat St. James'Parkwas unveiled in what was a reallymemorable day for both Alan and the club. Rafa was full of praise for the Newcastle number 9 one of the greatest players ever to wear the famous black and white [.
What we sometimes fail to see is when Rafa Benitez signs to stay at Newcastle ae least for the next three years, it is a huge opportunity in the career of Rafa Benitez. It also comes at a good time for him, as he wants to be a lot closer to his wife and two [...]
The mot popular sport in Canada is ice hockey by far, and probably followed by Lacrosse andCanadian football, before you get to what they call soccer. Andrecently Toronto FC was formed on 2006, one year before this blog was created, and they finished 7th of 10 MLS clubs last season. And it seems strange that [.
The Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has been nominated for the shortlist for the PFA Player-Of-The-Year, but was strangely left out of the Team of the Year, but the German has come out and said he is not interested in personal accolades unless the team wins trophies. Obviously, despite Ozil having his best season yet in [.
The Wenger supporters continue to put no real evidence as to why Arsene should stay. by KM Lately I saw quite a few posts and comments in Arsene's defence, after a few people had came out with posts on JustArsenal about how the time has come to part with Wenger, including mine, and rightly so [.
Stop this Wenger hatred now by G-Rude There have already been two posts today by Wenger-haters who want to get rid our most successful manager, so I am now writing my first article for JustArsenal as I think someone here should stand up for our manager, and I will explain clearly why I have the [.
Wenger's 19th anniversary by Sam P. Last week was Arsene Wenger's 19th anniversary at our great club, but it practically went unnoticed amongst the clamours for his removal after the loss to Olympiakos. But now we have beaten Man United and are sitting pretty in second place in the League, maybe it's time to appreciate [.
Sanchez: I Want to Win Titles For Arsenal! After having a very successful debut season in England, the Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez has spoken of his adaptation to the Premier League and his desire to win trophies with the Gunners. The former Barcelona man has scored 24 goals and provided 10 assists in all competitions [.
Three reasons for Arsenal to be hopeful of more silverware this season by SE The aura surrounding the whole of Arsenal is assertive and reassuring, with a catalogue of reasons to be so. A handful of German stars winning the World Cup, delegating the Gunners, will be one of those idiosyncratic reasons why the season [.
Arsene Wenger has to follow up the FA Cup victory with more silverware this season by SE A lot has gone on, after that crushing defeat to Aston Villa on the opening day last season, for Wenger and the Arsenal faithful. From receiving criticism for his inactivity in the transfer market last English summer to [.
Are the gunners ready? by TJ Many footballing fans around the world are expecting Arsenal to be one of the top teams in the coming season. With the signing of Alexis Sanchez, the superstar talents of Ozil and Ramsey and the breakthrough after winning the FA cup, many would expect this to be the season [.
What is progress? And can it be achieved? By SV Dictionary definition..."Forward or onward movement towards a more improved or advanced position/destination.." Fellow Gooners..... I Ask what is progress and do we have the personnel to achieve it..? After winning the FA cup.. Progress could be measured in 3 phases.
'Arsenal fans now have a responsibility' by Le Prof Knows..... As the curtain closes on the World Cup, our focus turns to the opening day of Arsenal's season against Crystal Palace. Clearly, this is going to be an exciting season and from our point of view, one of the most exciting for years. With Sanchez [.
Realistic goals for next seasonby AlexTheGooner I think that Arsenal can look back on the 2013-14 season as a success. We qualified yet again for the Champions League, to which some fans would mock and say that we shouldn't celebrate the fact that we have 'another 4th place trophy'. Well the '4th place trophy' is [.
Arsene Wenger is the longest serving manager in the Barclays Premier League at present. That alone is a great compliment. A manger overseeing over a thousand games in this cut-throat era of football management is very rare. Throw in the three league titles and four FA cup victories and you have a legend.
WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A GOONER? by RS I know all of you would be sad right now and furious on our team's performance. But Gooners, I want to ask each one of you some very basic questions. What if we don't win the title, should we stop supporting our team? And stop getting [...]
Arsenal's current longest-serving player Bacary Sagna has looked to be set to leave the Emirates this summer as he has not yet agreed to sign a new contract extension. Talks seem to have been going on for the last 18 months and there have been rumours abounding that PSG and (God Forbid!) Man City have [.
Juventus youngster Paul Pogba says he turned rejected the advances of Arsenal or Chelsea in the summer. The former Manchester United player claims his love of Juventus meant he only ever wanted to stay in Serie A. He told Sky Sports Italia: "Were there other clubs chasing me? Yes, but I had my mind only [.
After eight years without a trophy, it is quite understandable that Arsenal fans have become frustrated and desperate to win another. When you consider this is the same club that just 10 years won the Premier League title, becoming the first, and still the only, side to do it without losing a single match, eight [.
@MesutOzil1088 and Arsene #Wenger in the press conference that shows once and for all that #OzilisaGunner #Arsenal pic.twitter.com/xHgEv5CjdK Arsenal.com (@Arsenal) September 12, 2013 Record signing Mesut Ozil says he can't promise to bring trophies to Arsenal but says the squad are capable of winning the Premier League.
Juan Mata insists he is happy at Chelsea despite a series of rumour linking him with a move away from the club during the transfer window. The 25-year-old was being touted for a transfer to Manchester United, Arsenal or Paris St-Germain over the summer, but none of those moves materialised. Mata claims he is committed [.
The most expensive footballer of all-time, Gareth Bale, says he would have left Tottenham for Real Madrid even if his former club had qualified for the Champions League last season. Spurs were pipped to fourth place and Champions League football by north London rivals Arsenal last term. But Bale says he would have still left [.
"I'm about doing the things well for the club I love so I'm happy that we are back on track" http://t.co/dGDT802Zyu pic.twitter.com/vEmra8kvz8 Arsenal.com (@Arsenal) August 25, 2013 Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger claims the club's supporters have been brainwashed by the media. The Frenchman said that an over-the-top reaction to the Gunners' activities on [.
Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher says the club's wantaway star Luis Suarez is too good for them. Carra, Suarez's team-mate until his retirement at the end of last season, claims that the 26-year-old striker is one of the best players in the world, while his former team can no longer claim to be one of the [.
Arsenal players who could have won trophies at their former clubs - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Much has been made of Arsenal players who left the club and have gone on to achieve success â€“ Thierry Henry fulfilled his European ambitions with Barcelona and picked up a couple of La Liga titles along the way, Ashley Cole won pretty much every trophy available in club football after his controversial move to Chelsea, and even Emmanuele Eboue has two league title now.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been criticised a lot in recent years, as it seemed ever more likely that we would not regain glory under his management, however many fans are forgetting what he has done for the club during his 17 year reign, as well as the figure he represents the club as.
After signing for Manchester United, Victor Valdes has given an interview with MUTV.
You have won so much in your career, so what ambitions do you have now? The same trophies! When you have won the most important trophies in football, it is like a drug. You want to win again and you feel these amazing moments with your fans, with your family and with your team-mates.
Following reports in the press that Rio Ferdinand has not been offered a new deal, the defender has confirmed that he will be leaving the club this summer.
"I have thought long and hard over the last few months about my future and, after 12 fantastic years playing for what I regard as the best club in the world, I have decided the time is right for me to move on," he said.
Jose Mourinho cried when he discovered that he would not be replacing Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager, according to a book due to be published in Spain tomorrow. PrepÃ¡rense Para Perder (Prepare To Lose), written by journalist Diego Torres, claims that Mourinho thought he was nailed-on to be Ferguson's successor at Old Trafford.
Marouane Fellaini says he has joined Manchester United because he wants to win trophies. The Belgium international was aware that former club Everton were keen for him to stay. But after five years at Goodison Park the 25-year-old felt it was time to move on to pursue his ambitions of winning silverware and playing in [.
Manchester United legend Roy Keane says the club should sell Wayne Rooney if he wants to leave. The Republic of Ireland international said that Rooney should be allowed to go, even if it means selling him to Premier League title rivals Chelsea. He said: "I think if the player wants to leave, and it's a [.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has refused to comment on Manchester United boss David Moyes because he doesn't want to be accused of mind games. The Special One said that talking positively about the champions' new manager would be perceived as mind games in the media. And he hinted that it would be exactly the same [.
Being a Real Madrid fan means winning trophies, spending money on big signings, and winning even more trophies. You also get lots of shit when the expensively assembled team doesn't win, but, hey, comes with the territory. What being a Real Madrid fan never meant before was this: selling key players in the prime of their career.
Erik Lamela at 12 years old. With all his trophies. pic.twitter.com/V0fPXuik7H Addicted to Spurs (@AddictedtoSpurs) August 22, 2013 Erik Lamela is just about to pack up and move to London ahead of his transfer to Tottenham. The question is, how many of these trophies will he be bringing with him? This photo has surfaced, [.