Chelsea’s recent negative treatment by the British press is symptomatic of the hypocrisy that is ruining English football.
Posts Tagged ‘Arsenal’
Harvey Stevens believes that this coming offseason will be key to any hope Arsenal have of claiming a Premier League title.
With Arsenal facing Monaco in the Champions League, Ben Cullimore recall’s Arséne Wenger’s time at the club where he made his name.
Rick Lloyd looks back on UMF Stjarnan’s thrilling league campaign where the Icelanders went unbeaten.
Oli Baise discusses the work permit issue that can often put a spanner in the works for transfers involving promising young players.
James Nolan looks at some of the high earners at Arsenal who are not pulling their weight relative to wages.
Arsenal are in a vicious cycle under Arsene Wenger, and the Tottenham performance/result epitomises why it is unlikely to change any time soon.
As Angel Di Maria joins the list of world class talents Arsene Wenger missed out on, we take a look at the side Arsenal could have had.
With the January transfer window open, Alex Wood looks at some of the potential movers before the end of the month.
Thierry Henry has retired. For many admirers, his jaw-dropping deception in Paris leaves a smudge on an otherwise stellar legacy.