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Ramsey’s hint at future 0

Posted on May 30, 2018 by Veselin Trajkovic

Aaron Ramsey has dropped a huge hint about his future by saying Arsenal are about to enter some exciting times. His opinion was expressed regarding the appointment of Unai Emery to the manager post vacated by Arsene Wenger after 22 years in charge.

The midfielder spoke after the game his national team Wales drew 0-0 with Mexico. He revealed that he had’t yet spoken to the newly appointed manager, but that exciting times are set to start for Arsenal and that he couldn’t wait to get back there and start working with Emery.

Ramsey and Aubameyang set for central role under Emery 0

Posted on May 23, 2018 by Veselin Trajkovic

As you probably know well by now, Arsenal are set to name Unai Emery as their new manager; Mikel Arteta has pulled out of the race. A graphic with a quote “proud to be part of the Arsenal family” had appeared on his own website but it has been removed since.

It will certainly be interesting to see how the Spaniard (well, Basque actually) deals with the challenges and copes with the pressure of the job after Arsene Wenger’s departure.

Emery failed to deliver European success at Paris Saint-Germain, but that should not eclipse the fact that he won the Europa League with Sevilla three times in a row.

Wenger accused of not showing Lacazette respect 1

Posted on May 17, 2018 by Harry Kettle

While the season may be over with the World Cup still being a few weeks away, there’s still plenty to discuss in the world of Arsenal Football Club. With players set to come and players set to leave, it’s always interesting to see some of the media’s biggest reactions in the wake of the campaign coming to an end. In this instance, as reported by Metro, we’re looking into some comments made recently by Charlie Nicholas.

The former Arsenal star had some harsh words for Arsene Wenger, claiming that he hasn’t been showing Alexandre Lacazette enough respect.

Aubameyang believes the future is bright 0

Posted on May 14, 2018 by Veselin Trajkovic

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang expressed his belief the future of Arsenal looks bright, according to Sky Sports.

The team bid their final farewell to the 22-year-long period of Arsene Wenger in the manager’s seat with a minimal away win against Huddersfield Town on Sunday, and Aubameyang scored the winning goal in the 38th minute. Now, the players and the fans alike face an anxious wait to discover the name of the future boss.

Arsenal triumph in Wenger’s farewell game 0

Posted on May 13, 2018 by Harry Kettle

While it’s been official for the last few weeks, now, nobody can deny it – Arsene Wenger is no longer the manager of Arsenal Football Club (or at least, he won’t be in a few days time in an official capacity). The Frenchman has spent 22 long years in North London with the Gunners, and he managed to conclude his tenure in a familiar fashion: by picking up three points.

Forward pair could be the key to success for Arsenal 2

Posted on May 11, 2018 by David Nugent

While we are unsure of who the next Arsenal boss will be, surely the next man in the Gunners dugout can harness the partnership between forwards Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

When I say partnership, it is not so much a partnership, as the pair do not start up front together. The idea is playing Aubameyang out wide and Lacazette up front. Both players are comfortable and productive in the positions.

Aubameyang considered a replacement for Lacazette

When Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang arrived at Arsenal in January after a fruitful spell at Dortmund, many thought that the Gabon international was arriving to replace Lacazette, who in all honesty has enjoyed a decent first season in the English top-flight.

Aubameyang or Lacazette? 4

Posted on May 07, 2018 by Harry Kettle

While some are choosing to be down in the dumps regarding the departure of Arsene Wenger, others are wisely choosing to look on the bright side of things. Arsenal Football Club is entering an entirely new era in the realms of English football, as the last great ‘long-term’ boss walks away from the Premier League – probably for good. While he could always return with another club, that isn’t the Gunners’ concern anymore, and instead, we should be drooling over the prospect of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette getting a full season together.

Gunners beaten by late Fellaini header at United 0

Posted on April 29, 2018 by David Nugent

Arsenal suffered a late 2-1 defeat against Manchester United at Old Trafford, courtesy of a stoppage-time winner from substitute Marouane Fellaini.

United offered the first threat on goal on four minutes, as midfielder Paul Pogba fired an effort wide of goal. Arsenal saw their first effort on goal was a long-range low effort from youngster Reiss Nelson, which David De Gea saved comfortably.

The home side took the lead soon afterwards. Pogba started the move by playing the ball to Romelu Lukaku in the area. Alexis Sanchez headed the Belgian striker’s far post cross towards goal, only for Hector Bellerin to deflect the effort on to the post. However, Pogba followed up to volley past David Ospina in the Gunners goal.

Arsenal v Atletico Madrid Europa League semi-final first leg preview 0

Posted on April 25, 2018 by David Nugent

On Thursday night, Arsenal host Spanish club Atletico Madrid at the Emirates Stadium in the Europa League semi-final first leg.

Arsenal heads into this game on the back of a 4-1 home win over West Ham. It was the story of the Gunners season, as they dominated the home game, but on their travels, Arsene Wenger’s team have been woeful.

However, the team from north London have a strong record in the Europa League, winning eight of their last 12 games in Europe’s secondary competition. The Gunners have also won three of their last four European games, while also scoring at least two goals in their last four games in Europe.

Wenger successor set to have a transfer budget of just £50million 3

Posted on April 24, 2018 by David Nugent

According to the Telegraph, the next Arsenal boss will have just £50million to spend next summer in the transfer market.

The Gunners spent heavily in January signing striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and before that on French striker Alexandre Lacazette. The north London club hierarchy will be aware that the likes Aubameyang, Mesut Ozil and another January arrival Henrikh Mkhitaryan are all on big contracts.

However, they are also sold the likes of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Theo Walcott, Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud, which will have cut the wage bill dramatically.



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