November 29, 2012 by
Arsenal fans are like bears with sore heads this morning after seeing a promising start and early goal against Everton cancelled out which led to the Gunners hanging on a bit for a point. The result meant that Tottenham went up to fifth, while Arsenal lie in seventh, a massive 12 points off the league leaders, Manchester United.
So I thought we all needed something to cheer us up today, and I have found something that might do the trick. Andre Santos has had offers from other clubs and is likely to be on his way out of the Emirates in January. There had been rumours that he might go back to his home country Brazil, but the 29-year old defender (can I call him that?) has declared his intention to still play football regularly in Europe, which probably means a return to Turkey. .......Read the full article here
October 22, 2012 by
Andre Santos has had his appearances for Arsenal restricted since his arrival in the summer of 2011, mostly due to injuries and of course the improved form of the young Englishman Kieran Gibbs, and this has sparked rumours that he may be moving back to Turkey in the near future which were amplified when Fenerbahce admitted that they would welcome him back with open arms.
But the Brazilian left-back has now avowed to stay at the Emirates and fight for his place, and also admitted that he is very good friends with his rival Kieran Gibbs. .......Read the full article here
October 15, 2012 by
The Brazilian defender Andre Santos arrived at Arsenal over a year ago and although he took a little time to get fit he soon started to impress the fans with his attacking abilities, although maybe not so much for his defending!
This season Arsenal fans expected to see a lot more of him in action, but the improvement in Kieran Gibbs (and perhaps his Keystone Kop car race with the police on the A1) has restricted him to just two appearances for the Gunners so far this season. .......Read the full article here
May 30, 2012 by
Arsenal target Oli Giroud linked to Fenerbahce by AW
Continuing in their rich tradition of scouring the French transfer market for possible signings, Arsenal have closed in on 25-year old Montpellier striker Olivier Giroud, who starred massively in the Ligue 1 side’s maiden domestic triumph last term. The Gunners though could be competing with Turkish giants Fenerbahce, who reportedly have made contact with the French club over the sale of their talismanic striker.
Giroud would perfectly fit the mould of the big striker Arsene Wenger has been searching for a while now, adept at playing with his back to the goal, lethal at finishing chances and a viable option each time for an out ball. .......Read the full article here