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Thanks for the memories Arsene, but it really is time to go

It’s a sunny afternoon on the 27th of May, 2017. Your team has just outmuscled and outclassed the Premier League Champions. Your contract is up after this game. You know you have given your heart to the club and have seen that football has moved on from the days in

Arsenal lose their 4th match on the bounce

Arsenal lost their 4th game in a row after a dismal performance against Brighton who got their first points against a top 6 side this season. Arsene Wenger and his players have absolutely no excuses this time after their team were clearly out played by Brighton. Brighton were two up inside 26

Burnley and the power of synergy.

Football is a funny game, they say. Going into the season, Burnley had lost two of their key players from last season (who contributed majorly to them avoiding relegation) in Michael Keane and Andre Gray to Everton and Watford, respectively. They were installed as the second most favourites to be

Arsenal vs United:Wenger and Mourinho go again.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is set to renew his long standing rivalry with Manchester United gaffer Jose Mourinho, as the Gunners host United in what promises to be a cracker of a match this Saturday. Here is our match preview by Neeraj Nair. Arsenal have been in great form since their

The Arsenal Monthly: November

November! The month that every Arsenal fan dreads. Arsenal have been historically poor in this month of the year, taking an average of 1.6 points per premier league game in this month under Arsene Wenger. This month in all competitions Arsenal won 3 games out of 6 and 3 out

10 things we learnt from Gameweek 14

Matchday 14 proved to be an exciting round of Premier League games, as City maintained a firm 8 point lead at the top after their dramatic stoppage time victory against a resilient Southampton. Tottenham dropped 3 points to move down to seventh, while an excellent 4-2 win against Watford ensured

Super Sunday Premier League Preview II

While the attention would be on the Chelsea – Manchester United clash on Sunday afternoon for obvious reasons, City vs Arsenal is the more intriguing tie this weekend in the Premier League for those with a taste for free-flowing, end-to-end football. Manchester City are flying high at the moment, steamrolling every

The Arsenal Monthly: October

If you’re an Arsenal fan, every month is eventful and you are just one defeat away from crisis. The month of October was no different. It was an eventful month during which a lot happened on and off the field, with some shocking defending vs Watford to absolutely ripping Everton

The Curious Case of Mesut Ozil

Majestic, Lazy, Mercurial, Weak, there are many an adjective that one could use for Mesut Ozil. At his best, he could make a fool of even the best of defences with just one pass, at his worst though, he could cost his team points through his lack of positional discipline. “There

The Arsenal Monthly: September

What an eventful month in the world of Arsenal Football Club. It has been a much better month compared to the one that they had in August. After that humiliating loss to Liverpool, Arsenal have picked themselves up and have remained unbeaten in September in all competitions. They have had

Chelsea vs Arsenal: Match Review

The Original London derby, a prestigious fixture on the Premier League calendar, Chelsea vs Arsenal may not have had goals, but it was one of the most entertaining goalless draws this season. Arsenal would be the happier of the two with this result as they managed to keep a clean sheet

Spotlight on London: Previewing Chelsea vs Arsenal

Sunday, September 17th. It’s going to be Blue vs. Red. North London vs. South London. Conte vs. Wenger. Yes, that’s right, that’s the sound of the first big London Derby of the season. The Gunners make the short trip to Stamford Bridge, on the back of a shaky start to

The very best of Chelsea vs Arsenal

Chelsea and Arsenal have produced some riveting games against each other in the Premier league era. Let us have a look at five of the best games these two London rivals have played against each other – Chelsea 6-0 Arsenal (March 22nd 2014) Referee sends off Gibbs wrongly for mistaken identity despite

The Case for the Defensive Midfielder

The importance of the Defensive Midfielder in football today. In theory, football is (should be) a simple game. Eleven players attempting to put the ball in a net, in the process moving it among themselves and keeping it away from the grasp of the opposing team. In practice though, the

As the Dust Settles

The transfer window saga has ended. As the dust settles, the squads have been finalized. Even if the managers have got the desired results, or not, they have to cope with these players only. Let us examine the signings and how the teams have performed in this crazy transfer window. ENGLISH

The Arsenal Monthly: August

Its been a gloomy month for Arsenal. From transfers to on field performances to a shattered dressing room without any leaders, Arsenal are in crisis. There were 3 matches played this month vs Leicester, Stoke and Liverpool. Arsenal won 1 and lost 2. Now, they are languishing in 16th place.

Liverpool vs Arsenal: Match Review

This fixture never fails to disappoint. Over the years, Liverpool vs Arsenal has been an action packed fixture filled with mesmerizing attacking play. This stems from the fact that both teams attack better than they defend. This time though, Liverpool’s attack absolutely dismantled the Arsenal defense whereas the Arsenal attack

Super Sunday Preview:Liverpool vs Arsenal.

Liverpool host Arsenal on Sunday afternoon in what promises to be a captivating encounter with both sides looking for nothing less than 3 points in order to head into the international break on a high. Arsenal‘s loss at Stoke has once again heaped pressure on Arsene Wenger, and this represents

Julian Draxler: Where does he go now?

This transfer market just seems to amaze us. Who would have thought that at this late stage PSG would put one of footballs’ hottest properties on the market? Just as we thought things were starting to settle down a bit in the market, we get another transfer bombshell. Julian Draxler

Arsenal vs Leicester: Match Review

It’s been an exhilarating first weekend to the Premier League which has had everything, red cards, poor defending, great attacking, controversial decisions and of course, goals. All this kicked off on Friday night when Arsenal faced of Leicester. As usual, there was a sense of optimism around the Emirates, but as

The Arsenal Monthly: July

Ah, July. The month where teams like to make their top transfer targets real transfers, get their first team decided and get their players fit for the upcoming season. Arsenal have managed to get their man this month, acquiring Alex Lacazette. Sead Kolasinac was acquired earlier. If you’d have asked

Arsenal : It’s Time.

It’s been a long while since Arsenal last lifted the Premier League trophy and in every season since then Arsenal always seem to be 3–4 players away from a major trophy. Last season though, they finished 5th and didn’t even qualify for the Champions League and although that looks extremely

Arsene Wenger: Correct to continue?

By Varun Shah, It has been 21 years since that infamous headline ‘Arsene who’ was published in many British newspapers. It was a bold move by Arsenal to appoint a man who was relatively unknown, managing a Japanese team called Grampus Eight prior to Arsenal. In the 21 years to follow,

Power shift in North London?

A rivalry that spans more than a century, 104 years to be precise, one of English football’s biggest rivalries started in 1913 when Arsenal, then called Woolwich Arsenal moved to Highbury, a stadium built just four miles away from Tottenham’s White Hart Lane. Over the years, this rivalry has seen

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