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 [.
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 [.
Arsenal fans and Arsene Wenger will be hoping and praying that this early return from injury for one of the currently crocked Arsenal stars will be in time for our next Premier League game, which is away to the struggling West Bromwich Albion of Tony Pulis. I would say that it looks pretty good for [.
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 Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud did not have much luck in front of goal at the beginning of the season, and it only seemed a matter of time before Arsene Wenger gave Theo Walcott the opportunity to prove himself, which he did in good fashion. The Frenchman then found himself on the bench on a [...
When Danny Welbeck joined Arsenal 15 months ago it was a bit of a surprise (aren't all Arsenal's transfers surprises?) but we had high hopes of him settling in quickly as he had played over 140 games for Man United and was becoming a regular in the England team. What we didn't expect was for [...]
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 [.
I am not sure if the former Arsenal and England international striker had someone specific in mind when he said this, but having listened to some of the opinions put forward in the football media by Ian Wright about the problems of the Gunners in recent years, I would hazard a guess that Arsene Wenger [.
With Arsenal having an injury list as long as it has ever been, we were all jumping for joy that they would get an extra couple of weeks to recover while the internationals were on, but I'm not so sure it is all going to be good, and nor is Arsene Wenger. Today we had [...]
Here we have another AudioPost from Arsene Wenger's Swansea v Arsenal pre-match conference yesterday, where he discusses the injury situation and how quickly some players will be returning to the squad. He also talks about how the international games do not help the situation, and gives us hints into who will be playing on the [.
Most Arsenal fans wouldn't need a crystal ball to predict that Arsene Wenger would not be buying another striker in January, despite our lack of options up front. But we all know that Wenger truly believed that the Gunners squad was big enough and good enough to go for trophies this year, which is why [.
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 [.
The first question for Arsenal fans to consider, I suppose, is whether Arsene Wenger has been to blame for all the injury problems that have beset the Gunners in recent years. Many people believe that the number and nature of the injuries means that it simply had to be more than bad luck and as [...]
After Arsene Wenger confirmed that the latest Arsenal players to be hit by injury, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott, will definitely not be available until after the next international break and that none of our eight crocked Gunners will be available for the next three games, the question of priorities raises it´s head once more.
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.
It was not a good night for the Gunners, not only did we get slaughtered by by Championship side Sheffiel Wednesday, but we also lost two more first team players to injury in the first 20 minutes. As Wenger said: "Walcott is a calf and Oxlade-Chamberlain is a hamstring." So now our injury troubles have [.
No need to worry! by SOH Yes Arsenal are out of the Capital One cup but, in all honesty, who all really cared too much about that game? Yes going on to win it would've been nice to add to the trophy cabinet, but its not the League or even the FA Cup, and we [...]
That was not what Arsenal wanted, never mind the fact that the Capital One Cup is a poor fourth on our list of priority targets, especially this season when it looks like we have a great chance of the Premier League trophy. But as well as accepting that Arsene Wenger was always going to play [...]
Arsenal fans know and understand the policy of Arsene Wenger in resting first team players in the Capital One Cup games, and even in the FA cup and Champions League games when we can, to give those key men a rest as well as giving some valuable opportunities to the up and coming Gunners from [...]
First of all I just want to remind the Arsenal fans that our centre forward Olivier Giroud has not suddenly found out how to score a goal. He may have been a bit off colour at the start of the current season, but the stats show that no player bar Sergio Aguero has scored more [...]
All summer long Arsenal fans were berating Arsene Wenger for not investing that so-called "war chest" in a new 50million striker, but the Frenchman kept insisting that Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott were more than enough to get the Gunners challenging for the title. Now it seems, in hindsight, that Wenger was absolutely right, and [.
Hey everyone, JustArsenal is bringing a new feature to the lazy-eyed or long-sighted members of our website with the introduction of Audio posts, in conjunction with the brilliant AudioBoom. This first audio interview is with Olivier Giroud talking to Sky Sports after today's win at Everton which puts us on top of the table at [.
If it ain´t broke don´t fix it is a maxim that can be used in many walks of life, football included, and it seems to be the way that Arsene Wenger is looking at his Arsenal striking options at the minute. So once again tomorrow, when Everton come to north London for the 10th round [...]
Arsene Wenger definitely knows his favourite Arsenal starting XI and rarely deviates from that line-up in the Premier League matches, but having played two tough matches in three days, I would think injuries and tiredness will force changes against Everton. Petr Cech is definitely in goal now that Ospina is out with a shoulder injury.
It was only about four days ago that Theo Walcott was saying that Arsenal can beat anyone if they play to form, and sure enough they went on take all three points off Bayern Munich on Tuesday. Although, Theo admitted that they had to stick to their game plan, and it also helped that we [...]
I am not sure how happy the Arsenal and France international forward is with his new role, but it certainly seems to be suiting Olivier Giroud to come on as a second half sub. It is not how the big striker started the season, of course, but Arsene Wenger did not have a lot of [...]
In case some of us didn't know it already, the massive build up and interest in this game is telling us this is the biggest game of the season so far. Bayern Munich are definitely the form team in Europe this season, but if you take the whole year of 2015, then Arsenal come out [...]
The good news for Arsenal fans is that the up and coming January transfer window and the one next summer will not see us bombarded with a new Arsenal transfer rumour concerning the France international striker Karim Benzema every five minutes. Well that is if the various rumour mongers in the football media actually take [.
If Arsenal are to have any realistic hope of qualifying for the next phase of the Champions League, we simply have to beat the German Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich at the Emirates stadium tomorrow evening. Mathematically we could still go through by winning the final three games, but if we don´t win tomorrow it is [.
Some interesting thoughts on the Watford v Arsenal game by MH Hi guys, Now the spirits are good in the Arsenal camp, at least in the league where we have created some momentum and are on a good run, and as I was watching the Watford game a few things came to my mind . [...]
Henry vs RedKnapp How to defend against Theo " The Fellaini Effect" By GS Its funny how people can watch a football game and have a completely different view of how the game should be played and what football teams should be doing. But that is the beauty of football as we all [...]
Arsenal are set to face Bayern Munich on Tuesday in fine form, having won their last three League games and scoring 11 goals in the process including the demolition of Man United a couple of weeks ago. But Bayern Munich are on an even more impressive run. Yesterday they made it a perfect 10 out [...]
Arsenal are hoping that the players can pick up nicely from where we left off in the Premier League a couple of weeks ago with the thrashing of our big Premier League rivals Manchester United. Arsene Wenger suggested that the excellent international break enjoyed by the various Gunners was helped by their club form and [.
There were thousands of Arsenal transfer rumour stories linking us with Karim Benzema in the summer, with lesser rumours saying that Arsene Wenger wanted to bring in other frontmen like Aleksandr Kokorin or Jackson Martinez, but Le Prof stayed aloof from all the fans and pundits alike who kept imploring him to buy another striker [.
Arsenal as a whole! by S O'H So now we have had our AGM meeting at Arsenal about a few topics that needed addressed but did we get proper answers to our transfers in the summer and Conman Stan's 3m payment? I dont think so! Their answer was we have spent when it's been needed [...]
THe international break has so far been quite good to Arsenal, with the likes of Alexis Sanchez, Theo Walcott, Santi Cazorla and Olivier Giroud all scoring, Mesut Ozil shining for Germany and nothing bad happening to any of the Gunners as yet. The injury news has been good so far, not only with the Arsenal [.
Olivier Giroud is finding it hard to get used to being on the substitute's bench, and yet again on Thursday he was overlooked by France in favour of Real Madrid's Karim Benzema. The score was already 4-0 when Benzema suffered a thigh strain so Giroud finally got on the pitch for the last ten minutes, [.