May 05, 2018 by
On Sunday afternoon, Arsenal host Burnley at the Emirates Stadium, as the home side look to give Arsene Wenger a good send-off in his final home game in charge of the Gunners.
Arsenal are still recovering from exiting the Europa League at the semi-final stage on Thursday night against Atletico Madrid. The Gunners recent form has been poor, as the north London outfit has won just one of their last six games in competitions.
Wenger’s side now look set to finish sixth-place, with fifth-place Chelsea nine points clear of the Gunners with just three league games remaining. However, the seventh-place visitors are just three points behind the home side, although they have played an extra game. .......Read more here.....
November 25, 2017 by
On Sunday afternoon, Arsenal face a tough trip to the north west to play Premier League surprise package, Burnley.
Burnley are enjoying a stellar campaign under highly-rated boss Sean Dyche. In fact, the Clarets are seventh place and level on points with the Gunners in the table. In fact, if results go Burnley’s way they could move up to as high as fourth in the Premier League table.
The Clarets are tough to beat and have lost just one of their last ten Premier League games, which came in a 3-0 defeat at runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City. .......Read more here.....
October 03, 2017 by
When club legends speak, it is hard to ignore them sometimes. Arsenal legend Ian Wright stated recently that he would take Burnley boss Sean Dyche as a replacement for Arsene Wenger, but that he believes Dyche is more likely to end up as England boss instead.
Sean Dyche is a very promising boss
For me, Sean Dyche has done an excellent job at Burnley. He has managed his resources and players superbly. The Clarets now look like an established Premier League side. The fact that they are unbeaten from away games at Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham and Everton is a testament to Dyche’s management. .......Read more here.....