Tag Archives: Carragher

Red card reaction shows media ARE anti-Arsenal

Everyone is entitle to their opinion, of course and on close calls you normally have at least two of the three pundits disagreeing. Except when it comes to Arsenal it seems. We all know about how biased Michael Owen is, especially towards Liverpool and against Arsenal, but it seems the contagion is spreading to Sky Sports.

Arsene Wenger has been portrayed as a whinger because he suggested that Robben made a lot of the contact (which he did) and for suggesting that the Szczesny red card was harsh. If you had gone by the three Sky pundits, Jamie Redknapp, Michael Ballack and Jamie Carragher you would think the Arsenal boss had lost his marbles, because all three said it was a nailed on penalty.

Improved and impressive but Arsenal will NOT win title say pundits!

Pundits in Praise of Arsenal’s Resilience, But Still Skeptical of Title Chances by AT

Despite yet another gritty victory in the Premier League, it seems as though Arsenal are still far from favourites to clinch the title in May. Arsene Wenger’s side prevailed over Aston Villa on Monday night through goals from Jack Wilshere and Olivier Giroud, a result which sees the Gunners jump above Manchester City and Chelsea, who were also victorious over the weekend, to reclaim first spot in the League table.

Should Arsenal poach defender from Liverpool?

Arsenal should sign Skrtel by SS

The media are reporting today that Liverpool’s Slovakian defender Martin Skrtel is unhappy at Liverpool and could seek a move away from the club. Arsenal are being linked with just about anybody this summer and are now being tipped as the favourites to sign Skrtel. Believe it or not, it may just be a rumour but I believe Arsenal should sign Skrtel if he really is available.

Why Arsenal MUST play Giroud against Liverpool

If Arsene Wenger was thinking of doing a bit of tinkering with the Arsenal team, that is obviously his perogative (not Bobby Brown’s). The one change that he should not even consider, however, is the inclusion of Olivier Giroud. With the Frenchman having scored two goals in each of his last two games, this probably will not seem like a radical idea, but that is not the only reason why Wenger must have him in the starting line up tomorrow.