- Man Utd Ready to Agree $31million Signing of Versatile Playmaker
- Klopp’s Strongest Possible 4-3-3 XI for Liverpool to Dismantle Leicester
- Arsenal Look to Finally Agree $48million Star Signing
- Martial Starts – Man Utd’s Strongest Possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Southampton
- Done – Liverpool have Agreed €37million Deal
- Klopp Impressed – Liverpool Can Get Signing Done for $22million
- Club Should Sell Playmaker to Manchester United for $37million
Category Archives: Arsenal
Arsenal will host Bayern in the 1st leg of the Champions League R16 next week and the German giants are clear favorites to win against the Gunners even at the Emirates stadium.
The headline may seem a bit strange but besides Barcelona fans, only Arsenal fans track their former star Cesc Fabregas more.
Arsenal defeated Sunderland 1-0 at the stadium of light but the celebrations were cut short as Jack Wilshere who was clearly man of the match on the day limped off injured.
Arsenal finally signed someone on the deadline day to reinforce their defense and not attack. The Gunners signed Nacho Monreal from Spanish side Malaga but failed to lure Barcelona’s David Villa.
Since his summer move from Montpellier, Olivier Giroud has been criticized more or less for his not so decent outings. However, last year’s Ligue 1 top scorer is slowly but surely coming to form for Arsenal.
Liverpool annihilated Norwich City 5-0 to go level with Arsenal, however the Londoners have two games in hand. The Reds were rampant against the Canaries as the visitors had no answer whatsoever to Liverpool’s brilliant passing. Adding to that their … Continue reading
Today the rumours were confirmed as Walcott perhaps finally found his pen, and put pen to paper and signed a deal with Arsenal, keeping him at the club for the next three and a half years.
As we reach the halfway stage of the Premier League season, things are beginning to take shape, and we can get a clearer idea of which sides are in the running to win it meaning that the bookies have certainly … Continue reading
The FA never like to make their job easy, do they? They also have a habit of getting things very wrong. Consistently being inconsistent.
Manchester City end decades wait and finally beat Arsenal away, 2-0 at the Emirates Stadium. The fixture was more about referee Mike Dean who was at the center of a boiled up contest between Gunners and City players.