Arsenal’s first activity of the season was a lively 1-1 draw with RC Lens in Friday’s friendly at the Stade
After back-to-back FA Cups, there was mounting pressures on Arsenal to finally put together a full, 38-game run at the
Arsenal’s FA Cup match against Sunderland on Saturday presents an interesting interpretive choice. There’s the historical angle, focusing on the
Last night was awful. There is no way to sugarcoat it. Yes, the decision to rotate was good. To rotate
Arsenal’s trip to Croatia to open the Champions League campaign will test the side’s intelligence. Although Dinamo Zagreb’s talent shouldn’t
When Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain joined Arsenal in 2011 I was chuffed. During his first full season in the Southampton first team, I was a student in Southampton and I tried to get down to St Mary’s a few times with a friend of mine who was a big Saints fan. On the way to the games he would rave about a young talent from the academy who he thought was destined to be the next big thing and when I got to see him play he did not disappoint, even at the tender age of 17.
In the run up to arguably one of the greatest seasons (if not the greatest), Arsene Wenger predicted his 2003-2004 squad would go undefeated. It was a bold, rash and rather laughed at statement. But at the time if any manager (besides Fergie) could deliver on it, it was Arsene Wenger. Flash forward to 2011. Now, we are greeted with statements this week that Arsenal will still contend for silverware. Now that statement made by Wenger seems even more laughable considering the current run of form the club find themselves in.
Arsenal have concluded the signing of promising mid-fielder/winger Alexander Oxlade-Chamberlain from Southhamption for an initial fee of £7 million – rising to £12 million with addons. The signing of Chamberlain puts an end to a transfer that looked like it would happen in January but because Southampton threw their toys out the pram, extended into this summer.