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.
The Dutch are one of the big favourites for the World Cup, and Liam Stoker takes a close look at the tactics employed by the men from the lowlands. Holland enter South Africa very much in form and widely fancied as an “outside contender” for the tournament this year. The effervescent brilliance that is so […]
It has been a long four years, and a seemingly infinite wait between the end of the domestic football season and the start of the World Cup but the world’s greatest sporting event finally kicks off in South Africa this Friday and there is not a football fan in the world who is not eagerly […]
Arsenal have been dealt a blow with the news that Robin Van Persie faces up to three months on the sidelines after reportedly tearing ankle ligaments during Holland’s friendly international against Italy last night. The 26 year old forward was the subject of a heavy challenge from Giorgio Chiellini and left the field on a […]
Arsenal striker Robin van Persie and Fulham’s Roy Hodgson have been named Barclays player and manager of the month for October respectively. Van Persie has scooped the award after an electrifying month that saw the 26-year old score five goals and set up another two as the Gunners went through the month unbeaten. He notched […]
Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor faces a stamping accusation after maliciously catching Robin van Persie’s head with his boot today at Eastlands. The Togo international may also face a Football Association probe for running the length of the Eastlands pitch to taunt his former club’s supporters after scoring City’s third goal. Arsenal forward van Persie […]