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monsieur Wenger never plans for them. There is always an excuse of some sort every season injuries blah blah blah no wonder those comedians at Talksport mock arsenal. Wenger has forgot how to be a winner he thinks he can keep hiding behind these excuses and figures forever every season for over 6 years. I tell you next season will be his last if he tries it again most Arsenal fans are fed up. Its like Arsenal is on replay every season like a Poirot episode in which he never solved the murder, in this case the Professor Wenger still

What’s been frustrating of late, has been watching us look out of ideas with no real ‘Plan B’, looking predictable and so unable to penetrate the oppositions defence with our passing, for all Van persie’s great attributes, being an aerial threat isn’t one of them and if we are to really challenge for silverware next season we are going to have to have answers for these types of situations, (I’m thinking Wolves at home, Sunderland away, QPR away, Wigan home) and by answers yes I mean a target man. What we need isn’t only a target man but in a sense a complete striker, like a Dider Drogba if you like, a striker who with his physical presence can cause the opposition

Another person who has not yet been linked to Arsenal but whom I feel we should seriously look at is Mathieu Flamini . The combative central midfielder is a free agent come this summer and we will definitely need another midfielder because there is the African Cup of Nations. There is a chance we may lose both Alex Song and Emmanuel Frimpong during this period and even though we have Fracis Coquelin whom almost every Gooner rates highly he is still relatively young and therefore prone to occasional lapse in concentration . That role is too important in our team to rely on only the youngster to do the

My message to the haters is this: I cannot urge you enough to continue to follow the mantra 'In Arsene we trust', to follow the man with the sleeping bag looking coat, the man with that symbolic red tie, and to ignore the likes of Piers Morgan championing the term 'In Arsene we rust'. You must must must must MUST have faith, he is the man and we will return soon enough. With the announcement today that Pep Guardiola will be stepping down from Barcelona at the end of the season to take a few years out, much talk has emerged

Watching the game on Saturday reminded me of our game against QPR away, particularly Dikhate’s goal, in other words, the absence of our midfield. In football, defending isn’t only carried out by the defenders, rather it should be done by every man on the field, from the strikers pressuring the opposition’s defenders to the goalkeeper sweeping up any balls that drop behind the defence. Saturday’s game highlighted how important it is for the midfielders in particular to carry out their defensive duties, many a time in Saturday’s game the middle of the park was vacant only for the opposition to attack, which they did, leaving us embarrassingly exposed. For the first goal, Benayoun allowed Norwich’s full back to make that

  • 15 Sep 2015
    So let me stop reminiscing of days gone by and let me focus on our Welsh wonder. Let me start off by saying that I think it is quite obvious that Aaron Ramsey is better in central midfield. His partnership with Mesut Özil, his running from deep and his underrated ball winning ability makes him a ...Read more