Arsenal were humiliated for a third successive game versus German Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich as they were beaten by the same scoreline yet again – 5-1.
Bayern Munich scored all five goals in the final 36 minutes of the game at the Emirates, leading to more and more calls for the Gunners boss to be dismissed this month, or at least before the start of next season. Continue reading →
Where would Arsenal be without Alexis Sanchez? The Chilean stepped up to the plate to slot cheekily past Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton in the dying seconds of their recent Premier League clash to keep pace in the title race. It looked like Arsene Wenger’s side had thrown away their one-goal lead when Andre Gray scored from the spot in the 93rd minute but 10-man Arsenal were handed a last-gasp lifeline after a foul on Laurent Koscielny.
Sanchez produced the deftest Panenka to fool Heaton in the Burnley goal and secure a vital three points as the Gunners climbed above north London rivals Tottenham into second place, just eight points behind leaders Chelsea. The Chile international has now bagged 15 goals this season – the joint most in the top flight alongside Diego Costa. Continue reading →
The Premier League has around 1 month left before the last match is played and the new champion of England is announced.
Arsenal had a bright start in the season but lost their pace in the 2nd half of the campaign as they dropped points at a consistent level and now the league title seems to be once again out of the reach of Arsene Wenger. Continue reading →
Paul Merson wants Arsene Wenger to land Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the summer, with the ex-Arsenal striker believing Ibrahimovic would be a priceless signing and if he had been at Wenger’s place, he would not have hesitated for a second to go for the player.
Ibrahimovic has placed himself up for grabs as he has decided to move on from Paris. In his mid thirties, the Sweden international is still counted as one of the best in business and in the view of Merson, his tendency of being very transparent about his views would benefit Arsenal. Continue reading →
After what has been a difficult period for Arsenal following exits in both the Champions League and FA Cup in recent weeks, manager Arsene Wenger will have been delighted with his side’s dominant display at Everton on their way to a 2-0 victory this past weekend.
With sections of the Arsenal faithful again calling for changes to be made in the light of recent events, Wenger has come out spiritedly, even stating that his side still have title aspirations, despite being eleven points behind leaders Leicester City. Continue reading →