February 11, 2019 by
Arsenal manager Unai Emery was full of praise for Alex Iwobi following the 1-2 win away at Huddersfield Town on Saturday, especially his work-ethic and attitude.
Iwobi broke the deadlock in the 16th minute, doing well to control a difficult volley to capitalize on a cross from the left by Sead Kolašinac but also with a dose of luck as the shot caught Huddersfield defender Terence Kongolo, changed direction and caught goalkeeper Ben Hamer on the wrong foot as it hit the back of the net. Alexandre Lacazette finished off a great team effort and doubled the lead just before half-time, meaning that the late clumsy goal by Kolašinac was of little consequence. .......Read more here.....
February 09, 2019 by
Arsenal manager Unai Emery believes his team can finish the season by securing a place in next season’s Champions League.
Following the Gunners’ 1-2 win away to Huddersfield on Saturday, the boss spoke about the team’s chances of playing in Europe’s elite club competition in 2019/20, something club chairman Sir Chips Keswick revealed to be of absolute priority as far as the goals of the season are concerned.
Alex Iwobi opened the scoring in the 16th minute with his well-controlled volley picking up a kind deflection and catching Ben Hamer in Huddersfield goal on the wrong foot, Alexandre Lacazette finished off a nice team move and doubled the lead just before halftime, and Sead Kolašinac gave the Terriers a brief hope with a clumsy last-minute own-goal. .......Read more here.....
May 13, 2018 by
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. .......Read more here.....
May 11, 2018 by
It’s finally time to say goodbye to Arsene Wenger after more than two decades of him being known as the manager of Arsenal Football Club, as his tenure with the Gunners will come to an end this Sunday when they travel north to face Huddersfield Town. The Terriers have already confirmed their survival courtesy of a midweek draw against Chelsea, and now, they can go into the final game of the season with nothing to worry about – whereas Arsenal will be desperate to register their first away point of 2018 before they have to endure a three-month break before they get another chance at it. .......Read more here.....