View image | gettyimages.com Arsene Wenger is notoriously cautious during transfer windows, sometimes holding off purchases until deadline day. This has led to some good deals slipping away in the past, but not this season. This time around, the veteran manager has made his intentions clear early, and it’s looking good for us: Petr Cech has been purchased from local ... Read More »
View image | gettyimages.com We are Arsenal and we have won the FA Cup! Here are the goal highlights from yesterday. First off, Theo Walcott opens the scoring after a smart Sanchez header: VIDEO: 40' GOAL! 1-0 #Walcott takes the lead for Arsenal. How vital is his return from injury for AFC? #FACupFinal http://t.co/kOJxIAyKgX — fanatix (@therealfanatix) May 30, 2015 ... Read More »
View image | gettyimages.com A great win, and the performance of certain players will certainly give the manager plenty to ponder before the Cup final next week. Let’s take a look at the player’s performances in this end of the season one word player ratings. David Ospina – 5/10 Manuel Almunia-ll Hector Bellerin – 7/10 Lively Per Mertesacker – 7.5/10 BFG-ish ... Read More »
View image | gettyimages.com What an euphoric end to a memorable season! After our failure to find the net in our three previous home games, this was the perfect response from the team and it will be a massive confidence boost heading into the FA Cup final against Aston Villa. The Gunners started the game with all guns firing, and ... Read More »
Three consecutive matches without a goal at the Emirates. Oh, Arsenal are in a crisis; sack Wenger, hang Ozil, kill Sanchez. We live in an age where a draw sparks so much debate. Yes, it was underwhelming but Sunderland were fighting for their lives. Give them some credit instead of slating Arsenal. David Ospina – 7.5/10 Two massive saves to ... Read More »
Not exactly the match you want to do a player rating for. I am sure there are many fans out there who would have smiled outside but had a crushing pain in them. Self destruction and Arsenal are simply synonymous. David Ospina: 6/10 His reading of the game is good but he didn’t cover himself in glory for the goal. ... Read More »
View image | gettyimages.com Arsenal are set to play against Alan Pardew’s Newcastle United today, only three days after arriving back from Istanbul where they cruised past Galatasaray with a 4-1 win on Tuesday night in the Champions League. Arsene Wenger revealed on Friday afternoon during a press conference that he will be without the services of Laurent Koscielny [calf], Calum ... Read More »
#460205394 / gettyimages.com Despite missing key players like Laurent Koscielny, Santi Cazorla, Danny Welbeck and the goal machine Alexis Sanchez, Arsenal were in fine form as they thrashed an abject Galatasaray side 4-1 in Istanbul on Tuesday night. Lukas Podolski put his natural finishing skills into practice as he opened the scoring with a powerful left footed strike in the 3rd minute. ... Read More »
[Tweets]: “That goal by Ramsey was ridiculous! Goal of the season!”: Arsenal fans react on Twitter after 4-1 win over Galatasaray.
#460213024 / gettyimages.com Aaron Ramsey and Lukas Podolski scored a brace a piece as Arsenal completely outplayed Galatasaray, winning it 4-1 at the Telekom Arena in Istanbul on Tuesday night. Although they had already qualified for the last 16 with a game to spare, The Gunners had to register a good result especially after losing to Stoke City on Saturday: ... Read More »
#181788281 / gettyimages.com Arsenal have travelled to Istanbul, Turkey to play against Galatasaray in their final match of Group D in the Champions League. The Gunners have already qualified for the last 16 having beaten current group leaders Borussia Dortmund 2-0 at The Emirates in November. The stakes are not high in the match and that could perhaps explain why Arsene Wenger ... Read More »
[Tweets]: “Arsene Wenger did so much for the club. At least give him a chance to finish this season as best as he could.” : Arsenal fans react on Twitter after loss to Stoke.
#460046906 / gettyimages.com Arsenal supporters took to Twitter to air their views after Saturday’s disappointing 3-2 loss to Stoke City in the Premier League. Most supporters appeared furious with the nature of the loss rather than the loss itself as The Gunners conceded a Peter Crouch goal with only 19 seconds into the game. Although Santi Cazorla converted from the ... Read More »
[Twitter]: “Get in there you spicy Chilean beauty”: Gooners react on Twitter after win over Southampton on Wednesday night.
#455979964 / gettyimages.com Arsenal emerged top with a 1-0 win over Southampton in a hotly contested midweek Premier League clash on Wednesday night at The Emirates. An Alexis Sanchez free-kick in the 89th minute fired The Gunners into their third consecutive wins in seven days, with wins against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League and West Bromwich Albion in the League registered in the previous ... Read More »
[Tweets]: “Good win. Nice piece of skill by Santi Cazorla to get the cross to Welbeck for the goal.” Tweets after Arsenal’s win against West Brom.
#459706994 / gettyimages.com The Gunners won by a solitary goal at The Hawthorns to climb up to 6th in the Premier League table on Saturday. Danny Welbeck scored the winner right at the start of the second half with a powerful header after some nice work by Santi Cazorla from the left. Laurient Koscielny returned to the starting line-up after being ... Read More »
#459708394 / gettyimages.com Emiliano Martinez – 7.5/10 Another assured performance from the young stopper, now that’s two clean sheets in a row Calum Chambers – 7.5/10 Put in a fantastic defensive performance, wasn’t that inventive going forward but did well to hang on in the end. Per Mertesacker – 8/10 It’s no coincidence that Per is back to his best ... Read More »
[Tweets]: “Show me a Sanchez goal for Arsenal that isn’t class and I’ll prove to you that the earth isn’t round.” A collection of tweets after the win against Dortmund.
#459622346 / gettyimages.com Arsenal’s sheer resilience from the first kick to the final whistle ensured The Gunners sealed a deserving 2-0 win over Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday night. Yaya Sanogo – who started in place of the injured Danny Welbeck – opened the scoring after just 2 minutes into the game, much to the delight of Arsene Wenger on a ... Read More »