One of the biggest positives of this season has been the continued development of Laurent Koscielny. Arsène Wenger and Arsenal confirmed the signing on 7 July 2010 and Koscielny was handed the club’s number 6 shirt. Since then, the efficiency of his game has, in combination with his bravery and technical talent, grown steadily. Often […]
Archive for November, 2011
Thomas Vermaelen scored an own goal and equaliser as Arsenal came from behind to draw against Fulham at Emirates Stadium. The Gunners’ best chance in the half came to Aaron Ramsey, but he was denied by a fine save from Mark Schwarzer. Andrey Arshavin had the ball in the Fulham net after six minutes, but […]
The bookmakers make Arsenal 1.44 shots to maintain their terrific run of form by beating Fulham in their London derby clash at the Emirates this weekend, and if the stats are anything to go by then another three points looks assured.
Arsenal have been one of the hottest teams in the Premier League over the last month, winning five in a row. That run should extend to six this weekend, with struggling Fulham coming to the Emirates Stadium, and over the next week, the Gunners will also look to take care of business at home in […]
Arsenal made it into the Champions knock-out stage for the 12th consecutive year following Robin van Persie’s two goals against Borussia Dortmund. The German giants saw key players Sven Bender and Mario Goetze both taken off with injuries early on in an unusually stale first half. However, Arsene Wenger’s side made the breakthrough soon after […]
Arsenal continued their recent winning form in the Premier League thanks to Robin van Persie’s two goals against Norwich at Carrow Road. The Dutchman continued his phenomenal form by netting in each half to move the Gunners level on points with London rivals Tottenham and Chelsea in the Premier League table. Steve Morison slotted calmly […]
Arsenal are on a roll and climbing up the table at a rate of knots and look terrific value at 1.7 to maintain their upward curve and beat Norwich at Carrow Road this weekend. The Gunners have a terrific record against the Canaries, and if the form book is anything to go but a comfortable […]
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is willing to let Manuel Almunia and Sebastien Squillaci leave in the January transfer window, with neither of the duo in the Frenchman’s plans for the future. Almunia, 34, recently spent a month on loan at Championship side West Ham after he was made fourth choice goalkeeper behind Wojciech Szczesny, Lukasz […]
Until I had been blown away by England’s brave performance to hold out for a 1-0 win against Spain, I had been feeling disaffected about the national team and their dull prospects. Without Jack Wilshere at the nucleus setting the tempo and, with a midfield of runners like James Milner; I could not help thinking […]
Earlier this year it looked really bad for Arsenal as they started the Premier League season losing four of their first seven matches. Things don’t look nearly as grim now as Arsenal have turned things around, winning four straight league games. The Gunners are also looking strong in the Champions League and they have reached […]
Theo Walcott comes from a good family that have provided him with the support network that all excellent young sporting prodigies have required in their development.
Arsenal would be a ‘mid-table Premier League Club’ if it wasn’t for Robin van Persie’s recent heroics, apparently. That’s what all the critics are telling us at the moment, how the Dutchman is carrying us and how we would be in the bottom half of the league if he was injured.