The strangest tale is currently brewing betwixt West Brom and Stoke City, all set against the backdrop ofSaido Berahino's recent £12million transfer from the former to the latter.
Shortly before the two sides met in the Premier League last weekend, the press managed to get hold of word thatBerahino served a clandestine drugs banduring his prolonged period of inactivity at the Baggies.
I had to give myself some time to get over the way that Arsenal lost away to West Brom yesterday, or every single Gunner may have got a zero. Even in the cold light of day there were not many of our players who could hold their heads up and as Petr Cech went off [...]
There is no doubt that today's away game against 8th-placed West Brom is a must-win for Arsenal, after finding ourselves 5 points below 4th-placed Liverpool in the table, but who will Wenger choose as his best XI for such an important match. Wenger blamed the 12 day gap between games as the reason for Arsenal's [.
Arsenal travel to the Hawthorns tomorrow to take on West Bromwich Albion at this crucial time in the season. Our side have fallen to five points behind Liverpool who currently occupy the fourth and final Champions League place, but theReds have played twice more than us, although this still adds pressure to the places.
Due to their collective and ranklack of perspective, a group of fans were planning to fly an 'anti-Arsene Wenger' banner over Arsenal's game against West Brom this coming Saturday afternoon.
A crowdfunding campaign was used to raise the £2,500 necessary to stage the aerial protest, which included the hiring of a plane, the printingof a huge"Wenger Out: No New Contract" banner and an assortment of boards, balloons and beach balls to wave about in the crowd at the Hawthorns.
Arsene Wenger has revealed the latest onthe fitness of Arsenal's first team squad members, and is expecting to have a near-full list available for selection. There are doubts over Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who had to be taken off against Lincoln last weekend with a hamstring injury, as well as Kieran Gibbs.
There is some bad news for Arsenal on the injury front, as the England international forward Theo Walcott is still not ready to come back into the team after picking up what was supposed to be just a minor calf problem in the Boxing Day win over West Brom. According to the sports injury website [...]
Arsene Wenger and the Arsenal players are under severe pressure after crashing out of the Champions League and slipping out of the top four of the Premier League in recent weeks, although there is the cushion of knowing that we have two games in hand on fourth placed Liverpool and would go back above them [.
The most important match for Arsenal fans over this Premier League weekend is, of course, our own away game against West Brom and it is one that the Gunners desperately need to take all three points from in order to keep in touch with the clubs currently occupying the top four Champions League qualifying places.
West Brom could make a fresh approach to sign Chelsea defender, John Terry, this summer. Tony Pulis, the Baggies manager, admitted that he had tried to sign the Chelsea legend during the January transfer window.
Terry, four times Premier League winner with Chelsea, has only few months left on his contract, and it is highly unlikely that he will be offered a new deal at Stamford Bridge.
In arguably the toughest week of our season so far with three games in the space of a week, Chelsea have taken nine points from nine to extend their lead in the Premier League.
Eleven wins in a row for Antonio Conte's side and just three off of the all-time Premier League record, it's seriously looking good for Chelsea who will be top at Christmas and a minimum of six points clear of second place with Liverpool playing Everton tonight.