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Pochettino leaves & Mourinho joins Tottenham 0

Posted on November 21, 2019 by Harry Kettle

He was a thorn in the side of Arsenal from across London with Chelsea, and now, he’ll be much closer to home as Jose Mourinho has joined Tottenham Hotspur as the club’s new manager. The move comes in the immediate aftermath of Mauricio Pochettino receiving the sack which, in itself, was considered to be a bit of a shocker.

Mourinho will be taking on his first job since being sacked by Manchester United last year, having taken time out of the game in order to reflect on what his next move should be. Now, we know what that move is, as bizarre as it may be in the eyes of some.

A look at the rivals 0

Posted on October 21, 2019 by Harry Kettle

While Arsenal’s game against Sheffield United may be the most important thing for the club today, it’s also important to take a look around and see how their rivals fared during their own games. It’s never too early to consider the battle for the top four to be just that: a battle. Nobody really knows who is going to be seriously involved in the race for quite some time, but it’s obvious to see who is going to be mixing it up at the top, so we may as well not try and get around that fact.

Arsenal’s next six at the Emirates 0

Posted on August 23, 2019 by Harry Kettle

The Premier League season is underway, and while every single game is going to count for the Gunners, there’s no way of getting around it: they need to have a strong run of form at home if they want to be successful. They’ve struggled away from the Emirates for a few years now, whereas their ability to get the job done at home has consistently gotten them out of jail more times than we can count.

A look at Arsenal’s final eight PL games – Part 2 0

Posted on June 21, 2019 by Harry Kettle

Wolves (A)

Assuming Wolves aren’t in the latter stages of the Europa League at this point, this game could be dangerous. The last time Arsenal went to Molineux they were thoroughly beaten by a Wolves side that, simply put, were much better than them. Will the same thing happen again? Don’t be surprised.

Leicester (H)

Leicester City are a tricky side to deal with, but even with that being the case, there shouldn’t be any kind of overwhelming worry regarding what they’re capable of – especially if Brendan Rodgers is still at the helm. That may seem and sound a little bit harsh, but they just don’t strike us as an intimidating side.

Arsenal set to lose out to Spurs for Barcelona flop 0

Posted on May 12, 2019 by David Nugent

According to the Daily Express, Arsenal look set to miss out on signing Barcelona flop Malcom this summer, with the winger now expected to join north London rivals Tottenham instead.

The Express story claims that the youngster has chosen to join Spurs ahead of the Gunners this summer. If he does join Tottenham, he will be their first signing since Lucas Moura joined from PSG in the January transfer window of 2018.

Malcom has struggled to nail down at a starting spot with the Blaugrana, who are looking to revamp their squad this summer after more Champions League disappointment.

Yup, Tottenham really just did that 0

Posted on May 09, 2019 by Harry Kettle

We continue to watch football on a week to week basis and we continue to think that we’ve seen it all – and then a game comes along that completely throws that logic out of the window. For most of us the game in question was Tuesday night, when Liverpool managed to overcome a three goal deficit to defeat Barcelona 4-3 on aggregate. However, last night’s game was almost equally as remarkable, as Tottenham came from three goals down to defeat Ajax with the final kick of the game.

English dominance in Europe once again? 0

Posted on May 08, 2019 by Harry Kettle

After what we saw last night it’s kind of hard not to feel a sense of pride for English clubs in Europe again, regardless of who it is you support. When teams in England are doing well it seems to create a ripple effect, which positively impacts the Premier League as a whole (and the lower leagues). In general the top flight of English football has always been viewed as the best league in the world, but now, it really does seem like we’re starting to get confirmation of that.

Arsenal’s biggest Premier League wins – Part 2 0

Posted on May 07, 2019 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal 4-2 Tottenham

A magical derby day for Arsenal who were able to overcome losing their lead, overcome the physicality of their rivals, and secure a really important win in the race for the top four. They just seemed to be firing on all cylinders during this game, and it’s hard not to think of this as one of the primary highlights of their entire campaign.

Arsenal 2-0 Chelsea

Arsenal job was never going to be easy for Unai Emery 0

Posted on May 07, 2019 by David Nugent

We are now close to the end of Unai Emery’s first season in charge of Arsenal. The Spaniard has done a decent job. The Gunners look set to miss out on the top-four but are closer to the teams in the Champions League this season than in recent campaigns. They could even miss out on a top-four place courtesy of an inferior goal difference to Spurs.

The team from north London also have an excellent chance of making it to the final of the Europa League. The Gunners of course travel to Spain to face Valencia on Thursday night for the semi-final second leg with a 3-1 advantage from the first leg.

Fight for the Champions League places could go down to the wire 0

Posted on April 24, 2019 by David Nugent

Arsenal’s visit to Wolves Molineux later tonight is a massive one for the Gunners when it comes to their Champions League qualification hopes this season.

A 3-2 home defeat against Crystal Palace last time out has certainly thrown a spanner in the works of the Gunners top-four challenge. Most people took for granted that that Arsenal would win the clash, including the players it seemed, such was the Gunners stellar home form.

Wolves game now even more vital

The trip to Molineux to face Wolves was always going to be a vital one. The defeat against Palace has just made the clash even more important for Unai Emery’s side. The loss against the Eagles has seen the Gunners slip out of the top-four to fifth-place.



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