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Surely Arsenal won’t slip up at Huddersfield 0

Posted on February 09, 2019 by David Nugent

Arsenal are a real Jekyll and Hyde team. At home, they are hard to beat, prolific and a formidable opposition for most teams in the top-flight. However, on their travels, they turn into this team that struggle to pick up points.

Unai Emery’s side have picked up just two points from their last six away games in the Premier League while suffering defeats in four of their five matches away from north London.

Huddersfield should be the perfect opponent

That recent away record is poor for a team claiming to have top four aspirations. However, a trip to struggling Huddersfield later today could just prove the perfect tonic for the travel sick Gunners.

Leaving Arsenal: Sven Mislintat 0

Posted on February 08, 2019 by Veselin Trajkovic

Sven Mislintat has ended his time with Arsenal today (Friday). It’s practically impossible to predict where the club will go from here as a number of reports list the likes of former Gunner Marc Overmars and AS Roma’s director of football Ramón Rodríguez Verdejo, known around the football world as Monchi.

Together with the former CEO Ivan Gazidis and the current director of football Raul Sanllehi, Mislintat began a sort of revolution at Arsenal, which began in earnest with the dismissal of manager Arsene Wenger after 22 years.

The importance of Huddersfield 0

Posted on February 08, 2019 by Harry Kettle

Every single game of football that Arsenal Football Club play, in a competitive sense, is important. It gives fans who may be going to their first game a chance to see the Gunners triumph, and in equal measure, it may allow for a 40-year season ticket holder to keep his passion for the club alive and well. Of course, that’s an obvious statement, but it needs to be repeated because some would argue the game at the weekend isn’t quite as important as the ones against the club’s rivals.

Iwobi: I’m still growing 0

Posted on February 08, 2019 by Harry Kettle

I would say each day I’m still growing and still learning, but negatives, obviously they’re always going to criticise me for my goals and assists, which I need to add to my game if I want to be compared with the people I’m playing with.

“The main thing is just to remain calm. We’ve even been doing some mental work to remain calm under pressure and calm when I’m on the pitch, and this is something I’ve been working on, not just in football but also off the pitch as well.”

Petit critical of Arsenal 0

Posted on February 07, 2019 by Veselin Trajkovic

Emmanuel Petit has spouted some sharp criticism regarding his former club’s lack of transfer activity last month.

The Frenchman spent three years at Arsenal, from 1997 to 2000, and scored 11 goals in 116 games from his position in centre midfield. He won the Premier League and the FA Cup in 1997/18, and crowned a spectacular season off in style by winning the World Cup with France and scoring the last goal of the tournament as his national team beat Brazil by 3-0 in the final.

Should Arsenal sell Mesut Ozil this summer? 0

Posted on February 07, 2019 by David Nugent

According to unconfirmed media reports, Arsenal boss Unai Emery is attempting to force German playmaker Mesut Ozil out of the club by omitting him from the Gunners starting line-up.

Ozil has featured in just one of Arsenal’s last six Premier League games, which was a recent 2-1 home win over Cardiff at the Emirates Stadium.

Rumours out fall out since Emery’s arrival

Ever since Unai Emery’s appointment, there have been rumours and reports to suggest that the Spaniard does not like Mesut Ozil as a player. The German has been in and out of the Gunners team for much of the season.

Arsenal to debut new technology 0

Posted on February 07, 2019 by Harry Kettle

A lot of fans, media members and managers alike have a series of different thought processes when it comes to technology in the game. That’s understandable when you consider what a polarising subject it is, because you’ve got two major ways of thinking about it: either you think the game is better off being left alone as it is, or you think there definitely needs to be a change of some kind. There doesn’t really seem to be any ‘inbetween’ phase, kind of like Marmite.

The Trossard query 0

Posted on February 07, 2019 by Harry Kettle

In this weird and wonderful world of the beautiful game, we can often be talking about one thing for a minute or two – before completely switching track to the complete opposite in the blink of an eye. Case in point: many Arsenal fans haven’t been able to stop talking about their frustration regarding their transfer dealings (or lack of), and yet now, many supporters have already started discussing who they’re going to try and bring in during the summer transfer window.

Is the £40million summer transfer budget for Arsenal a joke? 1

Posted on February 06, 2019 by David Nugent

Arsenal head coach Unai Emery will have just £40million to spend on incoming transfers this summer, according to the Daily Mirror. If this unconfirmed report is true, then Arsenal may have major trouble returning to their glory days in the near future.

Emery needs a bigger budget

Considering the amount of money that Arsenal receive in television revenue alone, a figure of £40million to spend in the transfer market for a club the size of Arsenal is a joke. The Gunners have gradually slipped down the Premier League pecking order in recent years.

Don’t look back in anger 0

Posted on February 06, 2019 by Harry Kettle

The January transfer window has officially closed for another year, and while that’s been the case for a few days, there’s a reason why we’re bringing this up now. The reason? Because Arsenal fans can’t seem to stop talking about it. While the club may have secured the signing of Denis Suarez from Barcelona, you’d think that the Gunners hadn’t made any significant moves whatsoever based on how the fans have been talking.



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