We heard this week that the Arsenal manager had met with the French football agent Stephane Courbis, and I hope that Mr. Wenger was at his charming best and had a very nice bottle of Bordeaux waiting at the perfect temperature for the meeting, because Courbis is the agent of Laurent Koscielny and Serge Aurier.
Is this going to be one of the best season we have had in a while? by Fordo I know most of the Arsenal fans might not be very happy with our season so far, and I will admit that I have also been heartbroken, especially in this last couple of weeks when we saw [...]
Win or lose, Wenger must go by Twig Arsenal face Wigan today in what promises to be one of the most important games for Arsene Wenger in his Arsenal career. Arsenal is no doubt the favourite for this tie given that Wigan is a "small" club and is not one of the jinxed trio of [...]
Why fourth place finish and a FA cup trophy might just be a lifeline for Wenger! by Madhav For the last two months Arsenal have been struggling to gain any sort of momentum. With the 6-0 and the 5-1 losses to our rivals, it was clear that we had lost our chance for the premier [...]
We have to stay positive! by D.A. It's safe to say that it's not easy being an Arsenal fan. As well as experiencing the many highs of this season, we've also endured the lows. We now find ourselves precariously close to 5th spot, when only a couple of months ago, we were flying high at [...]
Wenger's future â€“ D-day approaches Arsenal's familiar end-of-season capitulation means the focus has switched from a possible title challenge to boss Arsene Wenger's future, with the Frenchman yet to sign a new contract. Wenger intimated just last month that he would be prepared to commit himself to a fresh deal at the Emirates but it [.
Wenger should wave goodbye once and for all by lloydschatz Arsene Wenger will reach an incredible milestone this weekend when his Arsenal side takes on Chelsea. Wenger will be taking charge of his 1000th game as Arsenal manager, something that probably will never be matched at the club and a Premier League record only bettered [.
As tributes pour in to Arsenal Football club from all over the football world on the eve of the 1000th game of Arsene Wenger's career as the most successful manager in the club's history, there is an elephant in the room, the trophy room to be exact. The media have, in recent years, been as [...]
Flamini targeting FA Cup success! by Ash The FA Cup has often been sorted as a very predominant trophy to attain in English football and is certainly still the big trophy out of the two domestic knockout competitions in England. The Capital One cup attracts a crowd but deep down, it holds no speciality, often [.
Samir Nasri may not be the most loved former Arsenal player around, but he still has some close ties to the club, especially with his compatriot and former boss Arsene Wenger. He may have left Arsenal because of the lack of silverware, although a huge increase in wages might have helped as well, but he [.
Why Wenger needs to accept our limitations and prioritise the FA cup by KJ After the disappointing loss to Stoke, Arsenal are now hoping to get a win against Everton at the weekend to ensure we don't let this slide of 2 wins in 6 games continue. To do this, we will need to put [...]
The Emirates is truly awesome By AondoaverK Hi Arsenal fans. Saturday was not a very good day was it? I missed watching the Stoke game on Television, holed up at, of all places, Stamford bridge. If I say I wasn't feeling dejected, I would be lying. There was this feeling of something slipping away. And [.
It is hardly surprising that Arsene Wenger was not in the best of moods after his Arsenal side lost a crucial game in the race for the Premier League. And the fact that the Frenchman was not very pleased with the tough tactics of Stoke and the leniency of the referee will not come as [...]
What happened Arsenal? I have two days off and everything goes pear-shaped. Stoke, really? Actually, to be honest I am not that surprised. They are always a tough team to play at the Britannia Stadium and they are always up for a game against Arsenal more than any other. The upshot of it all, however, [.
At times last season, it really seemed as if Arsene Wenger's days in charge of Arsenal Football Club were numbered. The fantastic finish to the season, which saw the Gunners catch up with and overtake north London rivals Tottenham, brought the fans back on side, as did the promise from Ivan Gazidis that the club [.
There is a lot of nervousness among Arsenal fans at the minute. Hardly surprising really, with pundits like Michael Owen and Jamie Redknapp constantly predicting doom, disaster and a sudden slide down the Premier League. Tough fixtures are coming, they say, and how will Arsenal's weakling squad devoid of talent possibly cope with this?
So what is realistic for Arsenal now? by gameruk Okay Gooners. like many of you I am not happy and in fact a little embarrassed at the way Arsenal have handled themselves in this transfer window, once again failing to bring in a big player they chased in the form of Draxler. Whether that is [...]
Arsenal are in one of those situations again today when they can ratchet up the pressure on the main rivals to the Premier League crown. The Gunners face an away game against Southampton this evening, knowing that a win will open up a four point gap over Manchester City and five over Chelsea, with those [.
Arsene Wenger will sign a new contract with the club! by Ash Yesterdy Arsenal announced that they have secured a deal with sports brand Puma, who will supply the Gunners' kit for the next five seasons under their sponsorship rights. The deal, which is a record breaker for both sides of the party will see [.
According to almost any pundit who you care to listen to, Arsenal have as much chance of winning the Premier League title this season as Sam Allardyce does of being given the Real Madrid job. They have been saying this all season, however, and their reasons have all come and gone, with Arsenal stubbornly remaining [.
We all know that lots of TV pundits and football experts just cannot bring themselves to see Arsenal as genuine title contenders. It is not necessarily due to any anti-Arsenal bias either, because most people really admire what Arsene Wenger has done and the attractive form for football the Gunners play.
What can we expect from Arsenal in 2014? by Ash 31st December 2013. Hasn't the year gone quick? Another season has begun and reached its midway point and for the first time in years, success seems to be an option for Arsenal. However without getting too carried away, the next calendar year is sure to [.
I am sure that Arsene Wenger does not want his Arsenal players to start thinking about winning the Premier League title in May. He will want them all to keep their eye on the prize, yes, in order to spur them on, but they cannot start looking any further than the next game. So it [...]
Following Arsenal's flying start to the new season, there is a very optimistic and confident mood among those involved with the club. Although there are still many critics complaining about squad depth, there is a genuine belief among most supporters that this will be the year that things change for the good at the Emirates.
It seems as though the Arsenal midfielder and stand-in captain Mikel Arteta does not lack any confidence in his young Arsenal side. The Spaniard seems to be of the opinion that the squad he currently leads is very capable of challenging for silverware this season. Arsenal have not won a trophy since clinching the 2005 [.
Fabio Capello and Jurgen Klopp have proved that they know what it takes to win, so it is great to hear their thoughts on Arsenal. Both managers have been talking about the Gunners, and they are seriously impressed by what they have seen so far this season. So much so that both men have declared [...]
Per Mertesacker turned 29 a couple of weeks ago, and the Arsenal defender is understandably impatient to add more silverware to his personal trophy cabinet. Playing for one of the best and biggest clubs in the world, as well as one the most successful nations in football, the German international has every reason to expect [.
Arsenal at the Top... Whats changed? by MC So it seems that many footballing fans, pundits, experts and so on are somewhat astounded to see Arsenal at the top of the Premier League. Although without trying to get ahead of ourselves, I have taken the liberty to highlight exactly what has changed over the last [.
I have pinched myself so many times this morning that my arm is starting to look like a footballer's sleeve tattoo. Arsenal fans are not used to this, but things really are going as well as they have for many a long year. The fact that Arsenal are sitting proudly at the top of the [...]
Important win against WBA by KM A lot of arsenal fans were actually fine with Arsenal dropping out of the league cup in the first round against W.B.A. I believe that's mainly because we really looked tired against Stoke and some players needed a rest, but there's more to this win than just good experience [.
There is a lot of pressure on the shoulders of Olivier Giroud at the minute. The French international is a big, strong lad though, and I am sure he can handle it. However, being the only fit striker at the club, along with a busy fixture list, does increase the risk of fatigue, burn-out or [...]
Wilshere says Arsenal won't get ahead of themselves! by Ash Arsenal have broken new club records with our away form, being the best winning streak of some time, and if it hadn't been for our slip up against Aston Villa on the opening day of the season, with a little help from the referee, then [...]
And another BIG thank you to Audi Whetstone for making one of my dreams cone true today pic.twitter.com/6OX6OOw0 Wojciech Szczesny (@13Szczesny13) October 10, 2011 Wojciech Szczesny says Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was right to leave him out of the team last season. The Poland international was dropped in favour of compatriot Lukasz Fabianski, with [.
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 [.
The in-coming Mesut Ozil has already destroyed Arsenal's record transfer fee and our wage structure by earning a massive Â£140,000 a week over the next five years, and although he admits that he didn't expect to be leaving Real Madrid this early in his career, now he is here he intends to help us break [.
Wigan may be the underdogs of this game but the pressure is certainly on Arsenal, who need to end what will otherwise be 9 years without a major trophy. Almost a decade ago Arsenal won the FA Cup with that famous penalty shoot out with Manchester United, this time however, our opponents Wigan Athletic don't [.
Why Ramsey will win us silverware this season by KJ Most Arsenal fans will be on a high at the moment, not because of Saturday's result but because of yesterday's result. With Wigan knocking out Manchester City, there is a massive chance for Arsenal to finally end their trophy drought with two Championship teams and [.
Jose Mourinho says winning the Champions League will spur Chelsea on to more successes. The Special One claims that the Big Ears trophy is not one you can once and then move on. And he's speaking from personal appearance. He said: "For me the important thing is that Chelsea had a dream and the dream [.
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 [.
Four months or so ago, when Arsenal were flying high in the Premier League and leading the Champions League group of death, the question of whether Arsene Wenger should be given a new contract would have brought incredulous stares and accusations of being a spud from most Gooners. But times change. As is proved by [.