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All posts tagged "Arsene Wenger"
Theo Walcott rediscovers swagger in wide role for Arsenal
Theo Walcott was Arsenal’s longest serving player for the first time when he stepped out onto the Wembley Stadium pitch to face Chelsea in the Community Shield in early August of last year. And yet, it still...
- Posted September 28, 2016
Can Arsenal start Champions League campaign on positive note versus PSG?
Arsenal are preparing to meet Paris Saint-Germain in their opening fixture of the Champions League and, if history heeds any warnings, it’s that the Gunners have little margin for error even in these early stages of the...
- Posted September 12, 2016
Arsenal reflect on MLS All-Star Game victory
It’s hard to imagine any Premier League footballer getting starstruck on the pitch, much less an Arsenal player. But twenty-year-old Gunner Chuba Akpom couldn’t help feeling a rush of excitement as he stepped onto the pitch alongside...
- Posted July 29, 2016
Big Job for Big Sam? The Week’s Biggest Stories
With Euro 2016 now over and pre-season starting to get into full flow, Richard Lewis has been all over football’s most humorous stories in the past week like a fluttering Moth to the lights left on at...
- Posted July 18, 2016
Arsenal look to replicate resilient 2011 performance against Barca in UCL clash
The Emirates Stadium has rarely seen a more thrilling night than that of February 16, 2011. One of the greatest football teams, Barcelona, at the peak of their powers in Pep Guardiola’s’ reign at the Nou Camp...
- Posted February 22, 2016
Rivaling ideologies to go head-to-head as Chelsea face Arsenal
Jose Mourinho is not used to losing. In five full seasons as a Premier League manager, split between his two tenures at Chelsea, he has only lost little more than ten percent of his matches. Moreover, he’s...
- Posted September 18, 2015
Is Arsene Wenger on his last straw?
The Premier League season simply wouldn’t be fit without at least one “Wenger out” campaign. This season came in late fall, when Arsenal fans once again whipped out their hashtags, banners, and even the occasional boo (gasp!),...
- Posted May 8, 2015
How Mourinho reinvents mind-games
Arsene Wenger was right, Chelsea can play a “boring” brand of football, and their last eight wins have all been by one-goal margins, including today’s title-winner against Crystal Palace But as a football manager, one doesn’t always...
- Posted May 3, 2015
Arsenal: The perpetual nightmare?
Arsenal’s recent loss to Monaco was just one of many poor performances. Once again Arsenal seemed stretched, without structure and without bite. This is just one of the many losses to add to Wenger’s list of woes....
- Posted March 1, 2015
MOTD: Arsenal 4-1 Galatasaray
It was the type of performance from Alexis Sanchez that made you wonder how in the world he was dropped from the starting lineup for the North London derby last weekend. Sanchez terrorized Galatasaray’s back three, poorly...
- Posted October 1, 2014