September 06, 2012 by
Arsene Wenger gets subjected to massive amounts of abuse from opposing fans, notably in recent times there has been a hullaballoo about the chants from Manchester United fans, Tottenhams fans, and most recently up at Stoke where he was continually lambasted all the way through the game.
The Arsenal boss admits that it can get “disrespectful” but to be a manager nowadays you need to have a thick skin and just try to concentrate on the game in motion. “I do not especially enjoy the banter with the supporters of the opposing teams, but I never fear it,” Wenger said. “When you go to the game as a manager, you focus on the game and not what the fans might say to you. .......Read the full article here
August 14, 2012 by
RVP Booing: by SV
Yesterday Arsenal gave an absolute twatting to what was, in fairness, a decidedly average Cologne side. Our skipper – and he is still our skipper – got about twenty minutes of game time. He got, in fact, just enough game time to leave his situation in a state of complete ambiguity. He didn’t get enough game time to really make an impact and play to his fullest level (which might have indicated he was staying), but neither did he not play at all (which would have certainly indicated his departure). .......Read the full article here
July 05, 2012 by
He leaves when he wants, he leaves when he wants, he’s Robin Van Persie and he leaves when he wants. by Adam Kemp
In most teams a captain is supposed to demonstrate fierce loyalty, inspire his teammates and represent the club’s philosophies. Unfortunately the captain’s armband at Arsenal is signified as a price tag for its most prized asset. Hopefully Arshavin, Bendtner, Denilson, Squillaci and Park will all have a shout of being appointed captain anytime soon. Arsenal has not even had a semi loyal captain since Gallas and even he defected to Spurs. Between Kroenke, Gazidis and Wenger, there has been a royal cock up in how players are managed and rewarded. .......Read the full article here
August 15, 2011 by
It has been confirmed by the the Turkish giants Galatasary that they are in talks to sign Emmanuel Eboue from Arsenal. The popular reserve was not given a squad number by Arsene Wenger this season, so it was only a matter of time I guess.
Eboue may be missed (for a few weeks!) but what the hell is going on with Bendtner???? I am getting worried that we will have the “best striker in the world” warming our reserve team bench, and we can’t have that can we?
So now Fabregas is on his way, it seems that most Arsenal fans want Nasri to swiftly follow him. He was roundly set upon by the away supporters at the Newcastle match, which seems to have upset the mercenary twat. .......Read the full article here
July 14, 2011 by
Every single day there is another Barcelona player talking to the press about Cesc Fabregas and his desire to leave Arsenal for Barcelona, and yesterday it was Xavi’s turn.
The Barca midfielder said: “I spoke to Cesc in Ibiza and he told me he was suffering because he wants to come.
“That’s what he most desires. He has done everything to come and he wants Arsenal to let him leave.”
But now Arsene Wenger has finally responded by calling Xavi disrespectful for speaking about private matters regarding Arsenal. The Arsenal boss said: “I believe a mutual respect between the clubs should stop this kind of comment,”. .......Read the full article here