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Cedric Soares reflects on Arsenal’s win over Newcastle 0

Posted on January 20, 2021 by Harry Kettle

During Arsenal’s emphatic 3-0 win over Newcastle United on Monday Night Football, many fans were happy to see that Cedric Soares was given a chance to shine in the starting XI. Regardless of whether or not he becomes a regular fixture in the line-up, it was interesting to see Mikel Arteta take a different stance on how he approached the game – and especially how he approached the second half after going into half-time at 0-0.

During an interview with Arsenal.com, Soares spoke about the game and his own performance.

Arteta reacts to Arsenal’s thumping Newcastle victory 0

Posted on January 19, 2021 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal didn’t exactly seem to be at their lethal best in the first half of last night’s game against Newcastle United, but in the blink of an eye, they were able to turn the game on its head in the second half and run out 3-0 winners over the Magpies. It was the definition of a dominant display, and it was a win that took the Gunners back into the top half of the Premier League table.

After the game, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta spoke with the media about the result.

Arsenal’s team news heading into Newcastle game 0

Posted on January 18, 2021 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal fans will be feeling confident heading into the game against Newcastle United, if only because they were able to beat them just a matter of days ago in the FA Cup. Still, there are plenty of questions that have been left unanswered so far this season, and it’ll be interesting to see whether or not the Gunners can handle the pressure of actually being expected to comfortably win a game of football.

Before all of the festivities kick off later at the Emirates, Arsenal.com has provided fans with an idea of what to expect regarding the team news.

Enjoy the game, Gunners fans! 0

Posted on January 17, 2021 by Harry Kettle

We may sound like a bit of a broken record here, but there are plenty of things going on in the world right now that are so much bigger than football. However, you could also make the argument that the distraction of having the football on right now is exactly what we need as a country. Or, at the very least, as football fans.

Instead of taking in too much of the news, which is a fairly depressing place at this moment in time, try and sit back and enjoy the Arsenal game against Newcastle. We need to focus our minds on something different, and maybe a Gunners win can get us back on track.

Arteta looks ahead to Newcastle clash 0

Posted on January 16, 2021 by Harry Kettle

It’s out with the old and in with the new as this incredibly busy Premier League season continues for Arsenal Football Club. In the wake of their disappointing 0-0 draw against Crystal Palace earlier this week, the Gunners will be hoping that they can immediately bounce back with a victory over Newcastle United.

They know that they’ve beaten the Magpies recently in the FA Cup and they’ll attempt to do so again on Monday Night Football, but during his pre-match press conference, manager Mikel Arteta made it crystal clear that this isn’t going to be as easy as many Arsenal fans want it to be.

Arteta reacts to comfortable win over Newcastle 0

Posted on January 10, 2021 by Harry Kettle

The painful run that Arsenal Football Club were on just a few weeks ago now feels like a distant memory after the Gunners made it four wins in a row last night with a nice win over Newcastle United in the FA Cup. While this victory alone doesn’t get manager Mikel Arteta out of the woods just yet, it continues to build some confidence and momentum within the squad – and that can’t be a bad thing.

After the win, Arteta spoke with the media as the attention now turns to two winnable league games against Crystal Palace and, ironically, Newcastle again next week.

Arteta looks ahead to FA Cup clash against Newcastle 0

Posted on January 09, 2021 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal’s defence of their FA Cup crown will begin tonight as they prepare to host Newcastle United in a third round clash at the Emirates. The Gunners will be coming into the game as the favourites but as we’ve all come to learn about this team, that doesn’t mean a single thing until they actually go out there and play.

Mikel Arteta is probably feeling pretty good about himself after guiding Arsenal to three straight victories, and as he attempts to try and make it four, the Spaniard has taken the time to speak with the media about this tie.

Arsenal vs Newcastle – Preview 0

Posted on January 08, 2021 by Harry Kettle

Another weekend, another set of fixtures – but this time, the focus will be on the FA Cup as opposed to the Premier League with Arsenal attempting to defend their trophy once again. Mikel Arteta’s men have been through their fair share of ups and downs so far this season, and that trend is probably going to continue as we venture through these strange times.

This game offers up a great chance for the Gunners to build on their three-game winning streak, and given the team they’re facing, they should fancy their chances.

Team news heading into Arsenal vs Newcastle 0

Posted on January 07, 2021 by Harry Kettle

The attention for Arsenal Football Club will now be switching from the Premier League to the FA Cup as they prepare to begin their defence of the trophy this weekend against Newcastle United. While the Gunners have historically been able to get the better of the Magpies more often than not, underestimating any team in a cup setting isn’t the smartest thing to do.

Prior to kickoff, courtesy of Arsenal.com, we have some updates for fans regarding the current injury status of Gabriel Magalhaes and Thomas Partey. As we all know, these two are incredibly big factors in Arsenal’s first team squad and the hope is that we’ll see them return sooner rather than later.

The importance of defending the FA Cup 0

Posted on January 06, 2021 by Harry Kettle

If Manchester City are considered to be the kings of the Carabao Cup, then the same has to be said for Arsenal with regards to the FA Cup. Even with the club supposedly being in their worst state for years under Mikel Arteta, the Spaniard still has two pieces of silverware to his name at the Emirates – the Community Shield and last season’s FA Cup.

The ‘magic’ of the cup is something that has served as a topic of great discussion over the last few years with many believing it isn’t quite as important as it once was. Even if that’s the case, winning the whole thing should still be viewed as an accomplishment that is worth celebrating.



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