May 06, 2013 by
This is exactly the kind of headache that Arsene Wenger would like to have in every position as he now has to decide whether to keep Wojciech Szczesny in between the sticks now that his compatriot Lukasz Fabianski is fit enough to be reinstated in the Arsenal starting XI.
In the run up to the QPR game, Wenger said of Fabianski: “He is still unavailable. From next week onwards, he should be alright.” which suggest he will be available for the next game against Wigan, which is still 8 days away. .......Read the full article here
January 20, 2013 by
IMPORTANT – PLEASE only enter if you can make your own way to the Emirates (Travel costs are NOT included).
JustArsenal.com have teamed up with Experience Days.co.uk to give a FAMILY OF FOUR a free ticket for a tour of the Home of Football, the Emirates Stadium! This will be a fantastic experience for any up-and-budding young Gooners (and their parents!) and a day out they will never forget…
You walk down the players tunnel, sit in the dressing room, and get a full tour (and a signed photo) from an Arsenal legend, which includes a look around the famous Arsenal Museum. You can see full details of the prize at this Emirates Stadium link. .......Read the full article here
December 24, 2012 by
There has been much speculation in the Spanish media that the Barcelona striker David Villa has had enough of being left on the sidelines at the Nou Camp and is looking for a loan move to the Premiership this summer with Arsenal being mooted as a possible destination.
But today the Barcelona director of football Andoni Zubizarreta has said the prolific hitman will not be going anywhere in this coming transfer window. He said: “In January we will keep Villa and it is important to remember that Barcelona is a club that habitually does not accept offers for star players in January,” .......Read the full article here
June 15, 2012 by
Two down, two to go! by DF
Much has been made of the Olivier Giroud speculation, with reputable sources such as the BBC confirming that the deal is close. But just how effective will this seemingly new addition be to the Arsenal squad? Obviously he provides a better back up option than any of the other strikers Arsenal have warming the bench. To be completely honest, I haven’t really seen him in action, besides for a few YouTube clips and he cameo against Iceland in the Euro build-up friendlies, where he set up two goals in a few minutes, which I was quite impressed with. But I do not know exactly what Arsenal are getting in Olivier Giroud. .......Read the full article here
January 11, 2012 by
It has been revealed this morning that the Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will once again have his scouts at the Reebok Stadium tonight to watch their young Southampton left-back Luke Shaw in action in the Youth Cup against Bolton.
Shaw is not legally allowed to sign professional terms with anyone until July when he reaches 17 years of age, but it is believed that the Saints have already put a price of £4m on the youngsters head, despite him still awaiting his senior debut.
But the teenage defender has already appeared regularly for the England U17 side and Trevor Brooking has already pinpointed him as a possible star of the future. .......Read the full article here
October 21, 2011 by
On the morning that Marseille were seemingly willing to take him off Arsenal’s hands, Wenger has assured Marouane Chamakh that he has a future at the club.
The past week has seen the Moroccan linked with Paris Saint-Germain, Lille and former club Bordeaux and the addition to that list of last week’s Champions League opponents Marseille looked to expand his options of a next club even further. With just two goals in his last 31 appearances, his form in England is a far cry from his goalscoring achievements in Ligue 1. .......Read the full article here
July 28, 2011 by
Well would you believe it! According to reports everywhere, both Arsenal and Tottenham have agreed transfer fees with Valencia for their talented midfielder Juan Mata, and although the players father admitted that they were considering both offers, the player himself would prefer to move to the Emirates.
Mata and his representatives are said to be currently in London for talks, and if these reports prove to be true then Cesc Fabregas could be very quickly allowed to leave.
The Mail says that “Wenger has not been impressed with his captain’s sulky manner since returning”
from his holidays, and Fabregas has refused to train with the first team. So much for his never-ending hamstring injury then! .......Read the full article here
April 07, 2011 by
Emmanuel Frimpong was cruelly injured in pre-season, but is now nearing full recovery and has played his first bit of football for seven months.
But the strong young midfielder has revealed that, just before he was injured, Arsene Wenger had told him that he was going to be part of his plans for the season and would not be going out on loan.
“It’s been hard over the last eight months because I was doing well,” Frimpong said. “You want to be out on the pitch and showing what you can do,”
“I was going to go on loan last summer but then the boss said he wanted me to stay and be part of the team. .......Read the full article here
January 31, 2011 by
Arsene Wenger has decided to come out and defend the criticism aimed at Nicklas Bendtner. The Danish striker has been restricted in his opportunities this season after he came back from injury, because of the great form of Marouane Chamakh and then the return of Robin Van Persie.
This has left Bendtner reduced to Carling Cup and second-string appearances, but every time he has been given a chance he has scored goals, even if he hasn’t looked quite as sharp as his rivals in the Arsenal front line. .......Read the full article here
September 08, 2010 by
At last the international break is over and we can get back to the serious stuff of the Premier League, but there are a couple of annoying things that have happened since the last league game, and I feel that I should warn all Arsenal bloggers just in case they get stung.
First of all I got an email regarding my “Predict The Score” competition, which ordered me to remove any reference to Arsenal’s next League match. All I had written was “Predict the score on the ****** game, and win an Arsenal Shirt”. After an email exchange, it seems that I need to buy a license to publish any League fixtures (don’t ask how much!), or be a “nominated fanzine” for Arsenal FC. .......Read the full article here
September 01, 2010 by
Hi everyone, due to the immense success of the “Predict the Score” competition in July, I have decided to continue with one on every League match of the season.
As you all can see I have created a new Logo for Just Arsenal.com above. The reason for this is that I have been told that I am not legally allowed to use the Arsenal badge anywhere on the website.
But I quite like the new design, and have therefore ordered a batch of T-Shirts with it on. The first one will go to the winner of the next “Predict The Score” competition ;-} .......Read the full article here
August 24, 2010 by
For the last two weeks I have had a competition for a new Arsenal Shirt, but out of over 450 entries over the fortnight NOBODY got the correct score plus goalscorers.
So rther than start again I am going to have a play-off between the readers who correctly guessed the correct score in either game.
This list consists of:
This time around I am going to make sure we have a winner, so the people named above (I have sent them emails so I can check that no-one cheats lol!) have to predict .......Read the full article here