Getting off to a good start this season is an imperative for Arsenal. For a while last week we wondered
Ah, the things you learn when you research an opponent. When preparing for Arsenal v Stoke City, I came across
Arsenal’s tests shift to England’s Northeast from its Northwest with Sunday’s visit to Stoke City. It’s a challenging fixture under
Arsenal dominated Stoke Saturday but had to wait until Olivier Giroud’s 85th minute header to secure a 2-0 home win.
Oh thank the lord it is back. The Premier League and in particular our beloved Arsenal return to the pitch
Win 2, draw 1. Win 3 lose 1. If that pattern seems familiar to you, it should. It is the
It’s December, and the fixtures are beginning to pile up. Arsenal have another 3 matches within the next week and
It’s been a pretty quiet week without any substantial news or going’s on around the club at the moment. It’s likely the effect of our resounding win last week and United’s continued trip down Misery Lane gobbling up all the headlines.
Stoke visited the Emirates in a game which marked the home debut of Mesut Ozil. While there was a buzz about Ozil, all eyes were on in-form Aaron Ramsey as many felt a strong showing by Ramsey would in many ways bring his return from injury full circle.