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Arteta reflects on big win against Newcastle – part 2 0

Posted on February 17, 2020 by Harry Kettle

On whether Champions League football is possible after City’s ban:
I don’t know. A week ago before we went to Dubai and we drew at Burnley everything looked like it was too far and it’s going to take an incredible run to do it, but today it feels a little bit closer. But it’s going to depend on us and we need to improve as a team and be more consistent over 90 minutes. If we’re able to do that, performances will lead to much better results and if that’s the case, we will be in the mix for the last few games of the season.

Arteta reflects on big win against Newcastle – part 1 0

Posted on February 17, 2020 by Harry Kettle

If Arsenal weren’t able to secure the win over Newcastle then questions almost certainly would’ve been raised about their ability to compete in the race for the European spots – and the legitimacy of Mikel Arteta as manager. Thankfully, after 45 minutes of the Magpies looking competitive, the Gunners were able to pull away in the second half and really put Steve Bruce’s men to the sword.

They wound up winning 4-0 in one of their best successes of the season, and after the game, Arteta spoke with the media to discuss the three points.

Anything but a win = a failure? 0

Posted on August 02, 2019 by Harry Kettle

We’re not all too far away from Arsenal’s return to Premier League action, and that, in itself, is very, very exciting. The Gunners may or may not wind up having a successful season, but we all know there’s only really one way in which we can find out. The first game on the schedule for the club is going to be an interesting one, as they prepare to go head to head with Newcastle United.

A look at Arsenal’s first eight PL games – Part 1 0

Posted on June 20, 2019 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal’s Premier League campaign is still around two months from actually getting underway, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get a little bit excited about it. There are so many reasons to think, feel and believe that this is going to be an important season in the history of Arsenal Football Club, but of course, the same thing could be said for any other season.

Arsenal legend linked with the Real Betis job 0

Posted on May 26, 2019 by David Nugent

According to the Daily Star, La Liga outfit Real Betis have targeted Arsenal legend Thierry Henry as their new head coach. Reportedly, the Andalusian’s had offered the job to Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez. However, the former Real Madrid boss rejected the offer, as talks continue between the Spaniard and the north east club.

Benitez is in in-demand after steadying the Newcastle ship on a limited budget. It seems that Betis are now looking at Henry as a successor to Quique Seiten, who rather bizarrely lost his job at the end of the season.

Arsenal’s last eight in review – Part 1 0

Posted on April 24, 2019 by Harry Kettle

The business end of the season is upon us, and as such, we thought it’d be a pretty good idea to analyse how the last few months have gone for Arsenal Football Club. There are just a few games remaining and it’s fair to say that it’s been a rollercoaster ride of a season for the Gunners, which in itself, may be putting things a bit lightly.

They’re in the running for the Europa League crown as well as a place in the top four, so as you can imagine, there’s a lot of tension in the air. Things could either go remarkably or very, very badly between now and the end of the campaign, which, in a lot of ways, is part of the charm of this game.

Arsenal closer to Champions League qualification after win over Newcastle 0

Posted on April 02, 2019 by David Nugent

Arsenal took another step closer to qualifying for the Champions League on Monday night by recording a 2-0 home win over a resilient, but limited Newcastle team at the Emirates Stadium.

Aaron Ramsey opened the scoring on the half-hour mark. However, it took the Gunners until the 83rd minute to seal the victory, as Alexandre Lacazette lobbed home to double their lead.

The team from north London could have recorded a bigger victory but for the performance of Magpies goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, who pulled off a number of saves to keep the score respectable for the visitors.

Arsenal v Newcastle Premier League Preview 0

Posted on March 31, 2019 by David Nugent

On Monday night, Arsenal host Newcastle at the Emirates Stadium, in a game that could prove vital in the race for the Champions League places.

Arsenal are currently fifth place in the Premier League table, after Manchester United’s 2-1 win over Watford on Saturday. However, the Gunners would move above the Red Devils with a draw or a win in this clash, and depending on Tottenham’s match at Liverpool later today, could even move up to third in the table by avoiding defeat.

Newcastle one of Arsenal’s favourite opponents 0

Posted on March 30, 2019 by David Nugent

It seems to have been a long few weeks waiting for the international break to come to an end. Most Premier League teams return to action later today or Sunday. However, Arsenal have to wait until Monday night for their next game, as the Gunners welcome Newcastle to the Emirates Stadium.

The sight of the north east side heading to the north east will be a good one for Arsenal, as the Magpies have been one of their favourite opponents in recent years.

The final eight – Part 1 0

Posted on March 13, 2019 by Harry Kettle

Well, here we are. After a season of ups and downs, we’ve finally arrived at the final eight game stretch of the Premier League season. This is usually when things start to get pretty serious, and it feels like that’s a bit of an understatement. A variety of teams are going to get pretty desperate, and when they’re pushed into a corner like that, it can often go one of two ways. Either they’ll thrive and push on towards bigger and better things, or they’ll crumble.

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