Arsenal vs Fenerbahce match report and Infographic by Matt
Our friends over at AllArsenal.com have compiled another in depth match report on last night’s crucial win over the Turkish Super Lig side Fenerbahce at the Emirates, with statistics, quotes and all sorts of interesting little things for us Gooners to enjoy.
This was another solid performance from Arsenal and another consecutive year in the Champions League for the Gunners, now 17 in a row under Arsene Wenger. Our midfield dominated, putting pressure on the visitors all night and preventing them from getting any meaningful spells on the ball. Here is the match report infographic for the 2-0 win over Fenerbahce: .......Read the full article here
Arsenal 2 – 0 Fenerbahce, it’s time to break the bank! by KJ
Wenger started a very strong line-up against Fenerbahce and thanks to two Aaron Ramsey goals, Arsenal are in the Champions league group stage for the 16th consecutive season.
The game started off a bit nervously for us and Fenerbahce were giving it a real go at times. But we managed to hold and we scored pretty early on thanks to some really good work by Podolski with a run through the centre that ended with a good through ball to Theo which caused a scramble in the Fenerbahce box before the ball ended up to Ramsey with a virtually open goal for him to kick the ball into. 1 – 0. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal vs Fenerbahce preview, line up and score line by Kash
It’s surprising how calm I’m coming into this game (and I’m definitely not alone). We are 3-0 with the away goals in the bag and we pretty much have shown to Fenerbahce that there is a huge gulf between the two teams both technically and physically. However, I sure hope the players don’t have similar thoughts as complacency could destroy all that good work in the first leg. .......Read the full article here
An Arsenal team tired from a very recent game, booed by their own fans and battered by the media won a difficult and very far away game. Please keep in mind Man United’s performances away from home at such places. However, United are boss at home, like every big club should be. If only Arsenal could boast of that… .......Read the full article here
Arsenal cruised to a 3-0 victory on Wednesday night thanks to goals from Kieran Gibbs, Aaron Ramsey and a well taken penalty from Olivier Giroud. It was the perfect response after the weekend’s embarrassing showing at the Emirates as the Gunners look to get back to winning ways in the domestic league.
Here is something new from our friends over at AllArsenal.com who have gone to the trouble of producing this match report infographic for the Champions League Qualification First Leg tie vs Fenerbahce.
How do you solve a problem like Arsenal? by Grimey
It seems each year between June and September that Arsenal as a club have more (perceived) problems with transfers than all the other premier league clubs combined. Over the last 3-4 years our major issue during the summer transfer window hasn’t been signing players, it has been keeping hold of our best ones. You all know who I’m talking about so I don’t need to go over old ground. This year however has been different. We have managed to keep hold of the best players whilst those released or sold have been considered ‘deadwood’ or youth. So there we have a positive side of this transfer window (and lord knows we need some positives). The negative, well there are many and some people on this site along with the British media seem to love talking about negatives associated with Arsenal Football Club. .......Read the full article here
Revolution under way at Arsenal, be a part of it. By Captain Jack
To all fellow GOONERS who have been taken for a ride for the past 8 years and looks like its going to happen for the 9th year running, unless we start doing something about it. Let me explain… .......Read the full article here
We all know the Arsenal squad is thin at the moment and not just thin but hanging on its bare last legs before an absolute meltdown happens. May I point out to you that at the end of last season we had one of the most in-depth squad’s. We had well over 40 professional footballers at the club, the problem was a lot of those players were either absolute rubbish or reserve players, so although the depth was there, it wasn’t highly effective. .......Read the full article here
I think that most Arsenal fans were really hoping to avoid the Dutch club PSV Eindhoven and the Turkish club Fenerbahce in the draw for the Champions League play-offs today. I might even have jinxed us here by writing a post about why we didn’t want Fenerbahce, I’m afraid.
Bad news guys, we got Fenerbache. I was watching as each team was drawn. Many were drawn before us. I saw PSV, Celtic and Real Sociedad go which relieved me until at exactly 11:02 AM, I saw Arsenal and Fenerbache drawn together. .......Read the full article here
The fantastic and joyous summer for Arsenal fans continues, with the draw for the Champions League play-offs today(I am joking of course). There were two teams we particularly wanted to avoid, PSV Eindhoven and Fenerbahce, because they are the strongest of the unseeded teams. There is also the factor of travelling to Turkey for Fenerbahce, which is never a good place for football fans and players to visit. .......Read the full article here
I am getting worried about the Champions League play-offs as I usually do when it concerns Arsenal. We have to go through this process because we could only finish fourth in the league last season and we barely managed that. The team celebrated at the end of last season for qualifying, but we didn’t actually qualify there and then. It should be a simple task but when it comes to Arsenal lately, there is no such thing as a simple task. .......Read the full article here
By this time next week, Arsenal will know the name of the team that will try to stop Arsene Wenger and the Gunners continuing the remarkable run of seasons qualifying for and getting through the group stages of the Champions League. The draw takes place at 11 am English time next Friday and the two legs will then be played on the Tuesday and Wednesday after the Premier League kicks off and then the week after as well. .......Read the full article here