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Arsenal impress in huge win over Wolves 0

Posted on July 05, 2020 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal knew that they had a battle on their hands when they made the trip up to the Black Country to take on Wolverhampton Wanderers, and in the end, they surprised an awful lot of people by picking up a huge 2-0 win at Molineux.

Wolves never really seemed to get going in this game, with Nuno Espirito Santo’s men struggling to replicate the form they showed in their previous three league wins. Bukayo Saka opened the scoring just a few minutes before half time, and after overcoming a nervous second half that featured a golden effort for Adama Traore, it was Alexandre Lacazette who put the final nail in the coffin with an 86th minute strike.

Arteta looks ahead to Wolves showdown 0

Posted on July 04, 2020 by Harry Kettle

It’s officially game day as Arsenal travel up to the Black Country in order to take on Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux. It’s not exactly a stretch to suggest that this is one of the biggest games of the season for the Gunners, as they attempt to give their hopes of European qualification a boost. Prior to the game, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta spoke with the media to preview the encounter.

Three Arsenal fixtures rescheduled 0

Posted on February 25, 2020 by Harry Kettle

One of the minor trials and tribulations that comes with being a Premier League club is the constant fixture changes that we all have to deal with. Teams up and down the league will their plans and preparations change, sometimes fairly dramatically, all in the name of television coverage.

While we all enjoy watching a game at home from time to time, especially if you’re a neutral, it can get a little bit frustrating to see the overwhelming power and influence that these television companies have over a league with the sort of reputation that the Premier League commands.

Arsenal share the points with Wolves 0

Posted on November 03, 2019 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal’s questionable run of form continued yesterday after they were unable to get the job done against Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Emirates. Unai Emery was well aware of the fact that this was going to be a tricky day at the office, as any game against Nuno’s Wolves side seems to be. However, from his tactical work to the team he actually put out, this was a clear misfire as Arsenal extended their winless streak in all competitions to three.

Arsenal vs Wolves – Preview 0

Posted on November 02, 2019 by Harry Kettle

The Premier League returns this weekend with a fantastic set of fixtures for all fans to enjoy, including one that Gunners fans, in particular, will be keeping a close eye on: Arsenal vs Wolverhampton Wanderers. The Gunners are coming off the back of two tough results, one being the draw against Crystal Palace and one being that dramatic loss to Liverpool in the Carabao Cup.

To say that they want to get back to winning ways would be an understatement within itself, but unfortunately for them, it’s not going to be the easiest game for them to do that. Win or lose, though, the future of Unai Emery as Arsenal manager could depend on the actual performance that they’re able to put in.

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.

Wolves’ Europa League journey begins 0

Posted on June 19, 2019 by Harry Kettle

The UEFA Europa League may not be seen as a great competition by Arsenal fans, and understandably so after their loss in the final which prevented them from playing Champions League football next season. However, not only does it serve as a valid entry back into Europe’s biggest club competition, but it also gives other teams a chance to live out their dream of playing European football.

Here they come

Case in point: Wolverhampton Wanderers. The Midlands-based club have long since been viewed as a sleeping giant within English football, but in the last twelve months, they have been able to burst through the glass ceiling after finishing 7th in the top flight, qualifying for the Europa League and reaching the FA Cup semi-finals.

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.



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