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Suarez deal one step closer 0

Posted on January 16, 2019 by Veselin Trajkovic

The transfer of Denis Suarez from Barcelona to Arsenal is one step closer after the two clubs held talks with a positive outcome, the Mirror have reported.

Manager Unai Emery is extremely keen on Suarez coming to the Emirates this month. However, the manager is still facing several difficult circumstances in which the deal needs to be completed.

Arsenal’s next big six – Part 2 0

Posted on January 16, 2019 by Harry Kettle

Cardiff (H)

They’ve just got to win this and there are no two ways about it. Cardiff have surprised a lot of people so far this season as they’re still right in the hunt for survival, and we’re anticipating them giving Arsenal a really tough game in this one. Unfortunately for Bluebirds fans that isn’t quite going to be enough, especially considering that Arsenal are much, much stronger at home than they are away from home. It’s going to be closer than a lot of fans would like, but they’ll manage to get the job done.

Manchester City (A)

Arsenal’s next big six – Part 1 0

Posted on January 16, 2019 by Harry Kettle

Looking ahead can be a pretty difficult thing to do when you’re in a tricky spot. At this moment in time I think it’s fair to say that the Gunners are, in fact, in a bit of a tricky spot. It’s not like they’ve had a terrible season by any stretch of the imagination, but there are things that need to be worked out and changed. On another day we’ll be happy to talk about those things, but for now, let’s just focus on what’s important: the games themselves.

Bayern want Mislintat amid unrest at Arsenal 0

Posted on January 15, 2019 by Veselin Trajkovic

Sven Mislintat conducted a great project at Borussia Dortmund, and his work is still bearing fruit for the German side as they currently top the Bundesliga. A year ago, he moved to Arsenal where he hoped he could produce a similar level of success, helping to run a project of revitalization of a club where one was overdue.

However, it seems it hasn’t gone nearly as well at the Emirates as it had at the Signal Iduna Park for him. Having overseen the end of Arsene Wenger’s 22-year rein and the appointment of Unai Emery, former CEO Ivan Gazidis first raised his anchor and left to join AC Milan. Now, according to Independent, Mislintat could be following him through the exit door soon.

Cech’s retirement – an end to a wonderful career 0

Posted on January 15, 2019 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has announced his retirement from playing football professionally.

In a post on Twitter, the experienced Czech international revealed his intention and gave his reasons. He said:

This is my 20th season as a professional and it has been 20 years since I signed my first professional contract, so it feels like the right time to announce that I will retire at the end of this season. Having played 15 years in the Premier League, and won every single trophy possible, I feel like I have achieved everything I set out to achieve. I will continue to work hard at Arsenal to hopefully win one more trophy this season, then I am looking forward to seeing what life holds for me off the pitch.”

Petr Cech announces a retirement date 0

Posted on January 15, 2019 by David Nugent

Arsenal’s veteran goalkeeper Petr Cech has announced that he will retire from playing at the end of the season. The Czech goalkeeper has been in and out of favour this season at Arsenal after the summer arrival of German international Bernd Leno. Cech has played in the Premier League for 15 years in spells at Arsenal and previously Chelsea.

A top goalkeeper in his Chelsea days

When he was at Chelsea Cech was considered one of the best goalkeepers in the world. He played a crucial part in some of the most historic moments, including winning the Premier League title four times and also the Champions League.

Play like it’s a final 0

Posted on January 15, 2019 by Harry Kettle

It’s rare that you’re faced with games that could define your season this early on in the campaign, but that certainly appears to be the case in this instance. Arsenal Football Club have had a rollercoaster ride of a season already under the guidance of Unai Emery, and even that may be an understatement. It hasn’t been a disaster by any stretch of the imagination but if you offered fans the chance to change a few things, then we have no doubt in our mind that they’d bite your hand off.

The Kroenke celebrations 0

Posted on January 15, 2019 by Harry Kettle

Like most Arsenal fans it’s pretty infuriating to stop and talk about Stan Kroenke, so we’re going to keep this as short as is humanly possible. The billionaire American has often been dubbed as one of the biggest problems at Arsenal Football Club ever since he took over, and there aren’t all too many loyal Gunners that are going to disagree with that. Sure, he has other investments, but if he’s going to try and run a football club then he could at least take the time to do it properly.

Coady eyed as possible signing for Arsenal 0

Posted on January 14, 2019 by Harry Kettle

As opposed to panicking courtesy of the loss against West Ham United, which we admit is a little bit worrying, surely it makes more sense to just dive back into the art of positivity. After all there’s enough negativity to go around the club right now, so we may as well mix it up a bit – if only for our own sanity. As such we’re going to take a look at yet another transfer rumour that is doing the rounds, whether it be a good one or a bad.

What would be considered a failure? 0

Posted on January 14, 2019 by Harry Kettle

The panic button is being pushed by a lot of Arsenal fans, and we’re only just over half way through the season. The club fell to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of West Ham United at the weekend, which was viewed as a dramatic failure for the North London side. There’s an understandable element to that when you consider what the goal is this season for the Gunners, but it certainly feels like we need to take a step back and think of things from a ‘wider’ point of view.

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