After another trophyless season at the Emirates, this summer and the 2011/12 campaign will define Arsene Wenger’s tenure at the club writes Ciaran Kelly.
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As Arsenal continue to disappoint with yet another lacklustre performance, Cillian O’Neill looks at what went wrong in their latest defeat.
It was a whirlwind encounter at White Hart Lane between Spurs and Arsenal tonight, and Willie Gannon shares his thoughts on the game.
Yesterday we brought you Part 1 of Cillian O’Neill’s Arsenal assessment, and today he returns to give us his views on the current squad.
According to Shakespeare, our desperate adversity will ultimately decide our salvation – or our ruin. Dean Hayes writes.
We’ve got a confession to make. Having spent hours totting up votes and allocating points to players we were certain that every player had been accounted for. Unfortunatley that wasn’t the case as one big name slipped through the cracks. While we won’t be applying for an accreditation at Arsenal any time soon for now let’s talk about Cesc…
Our latest contribution is from Fantasy football blogger Chris Glover, who takes a break from his fantasy write-ups to list Arsene Wenger’s ten greatest signings since taking over at Highbury in 1996. Only one other manager has experienced more years in the Premier League than Wenger, but no boss has introduced the phenomenal quality of talent to the league from abroad.
….or How To Get Your Big Name Signing. Back Page Football takes a look at the eerie similarities between innocent “more than a club” Barcelona and Real “we step on puppies for fun” Madrid. Step 1. Get said transfer to announce his desire to remain at his current club. Cristiano Ronaldo: “I’m no longer thinking of […]
There’s change coming to the Barcelona background setup, as the club goes to the polls to see who will lead the club into the next chapter of it’s illustrious history. The background A lot of blue. A lot of red. And a dash of yellow here and there. The political landscape of the United Kingdom […]
The Fantasy Football preview is a little early this week due to the Easter break, and there’s a new chief in town as Ruining Football get set for the last few gameweeks. Gameweek 32 saw managers split into two groups – those who had Frank Lampard and those who didn’t. Guess which group I was […]