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Arsenal’s worst Premier League losses – Part 2 0

Posted on May 17, 2019 by Harry Kettle

West Ham 1-0 Arsenal

Just pitiful. There was no real fight and no real desire, to the point where we were left to wonder whether or not these players even want to secure Champions League football in the first place. The Hammers were a decent side this season but their aspirations weren’t nearly as high as Arsenal’s, and worse yet, the game so quickly after the half time interval. They just seemed to switch off and when you do that at such a high level like this, you’re obviously going to be punished.

Southampton 3-2 Arsenal

Arsenal’s last six in review – Part 1 0

Posted on May 16, 2019 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal’s season has been intriguing to say the least, and let’s face it, there are a bunch of other words you could use to describe it. Unai Emery’s first season in charge has had plenty of highs and plenty of knows, but you guys know that already. Nothing has gone perfectly and there were certainly mistakes made along the way, but that’s football. Settling into a new managerial position is hard. The end of the season, in many ways, kind of summed up the campaign as a whole in our eyes.

Beaten by the better team 0

Posted on April 25, 2019 by Harry Kettle

There are ways to twist a loss or a victory in football, especially at the Premier League level, in order to make yourself feel better. It’s been a practice that has been carried out for many, many years now, and yet, it still seems like fans oppose it for one reason or another. After last night’s loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers we want to try and be a little bit realistic, and as such, we need to point out that while mistakes were made last night, Wolves were just the better team.

Arsenal experience Groundhog Day at Wolves 0

Posted on April 25, 2019 by David Nugent

Most people are aware of the popular 1990’s movie starring Bill Murray called Groundhog Day where a grouchy, TV reporter revisits the same day over-and-over again until he changes his ways.

Arsenal fans stuck in their own Groundhog Day

Unfortunately, Arsenal fans seem to be stuck in their very own Groundhog Dog when it comes to their teams’ terrible away displays. Unfortunately, there is no signs of Arsenal changing their ways anyway soon.

The latest debacle came in a 3-1 defeat at Wolves on Wednesday night. The home side was leading 3-0 at half-time.

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.

Molineux is tricky 0

Posted on April 23, 2019 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal are licking their wounds in the wake of their defeat to Crystal Palace on Sunday, and understandably so. It’s not like it was the kind of loss that is going to completely destroy their season or anything like that, but it’s certainly not going to improve it, either. A lot of weaknesses were showcased and even that may be putting it lightly, as the Gunners fell apart after two really nice wins earlier on in the week. Of course, we can’t dwell on these things in football, and we should instead be looking ahead to the next game in order to figure out what we can improve upon.

Wolves v Arsenal Premier League Preview 0

Posted on April 23, 2019 by David Nugent

On Wednesday night, Arsenal travels to Molineux to face Wolves, as the Gunners look to enhance to their chances of securing a Champions League spot for next season.

Wolves have hit a slight slump in form of late in the Premier League. The side from the Midlands are currently tenth-place in the table after just one win in their last five league games. Last time out, struggling Brighton held Nuno Espirito Santo’s side to a goalless draw.

The side from the Midlands have been involved in a lot of low-scoring games of late in the top-flight, with seven of their last nine league games producing under 2.5 goals.

The reverse fixtures – Part 2 0

Posted on April 04, 2019 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal 1-1 Wolves

Arsenal were fortunate to come away with anything from this game, which kind of tells you all that you need to know about how good Wolverhampton Wanderers have been this season. They’ve taken every single game in their stride, putting on a football clinic against the big boys in the process.

Arsenal 3-1 Leicester

Despite going behind in this one it always felt like Arsenal were going to score as the game went on, and that’s what happened. They just seem to be able to take over at the Emirates in ways that they can’t do away from home, which is something they need to watch out for when they travel to the King Power for the reverse fixture.

Away days worries 0

Posted on April 03, 2019 by Harry Kettle

The end of the season is almost upon us, and there’s still a lot left to be resolved – especially for Arsenal. In addition to their Europa League quarter final which is coming up sooner than most of us realise, they’re also in a great position to finish in the top four of the Premier League. As we all know that’ll mean that they enter the UEFA Champions League once again, which many considered to be the end goal for Unai Emery in his first season in charge.

The warning – and boost – from Wolves 0

Posted on April 03, 2019 by Harry Kettle

Last night Wolverhampton Wanderers were able to defeat Manchester United for the second time in just a matter of weeks, and this time, it was in the Premier League. Wolves faced a great deal of adversity in the game and even went behind to the Red Devils, but they should know by now that this Wolves team are on a whole new level. Of course, we don’t need to be the ones to tell you that this was not only a huge win for Wolves – but it also served as a huge boost to Arsenal.

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