It is time for action, Gooners. The supporters keep the club alive – but we don’t get a hearing. Without us they will not survive. There would be no big wages, no sponsorships and no transfer money. The whole club has its existence because it has so many supporters, but yet we get ignored in our calls for some form of return to glory.
The Xmas is over and the festive time is at full swing, but here at Arsenal we are waiting with bated breath for the transfer window to open. And after any movements it’ll lead us to the coveted champion’s league battles. I, as a Gunner would definitely hope that we get some much needed reinforcements this winter. But we fully trust Le Prof to not invest heavily on world Football’s 2nd shifting stop. .......Read the full article here
Andre Santos joined Arsenal right at the death of the last summer transfer window. He was the immediate replacement of the departed Armand Traore. He looked shaky on his first few outings and was labelled by some Arsenal fans, jokingly I must add, as fat. However, he got over his weight problems and brought some amazing performances to the pitch during our resurgence in October. Unfortunately he suffered a heavy injury against Olypiakos in the Champions league which side-lined him for 3 months. During that time, he gave this riveting interview (bear with me, it’s quite lengthy): .......Read the full article here
In the light of the Gunners famous vistory over Barcelona this week, Richard Hall has come up with the idea of running a series of articles about Arsenal’s exploits in Europe over the years. Here is the first…..
Arsenal retro – That night in Copenhagen and The Cup Winners Cup of 1994Richard Hall
The sound of ‘One Nil to the Arsenal’ reverberated around The Parken Stadium, a prophetic as well as an inspirational anthem that had been sung all night. This was the era of George Graham, ‘That defence’ and a team that had an unbreakable bond that is not often seen in today’s game. .......Read the full article here
The Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas is convinced that the young Englishman Jack Wilshere can be a star of the Arsenal and England team, and he is likely to be used by Wenger in Cesc’s place against Chelsea today.
The Spanish international has only the highest praise for Wilshere. Fabregas said: “I remember Dennis Bergkamp, Patrick Vieira and Thierry Henry saying that I looked 27 when I was 18. I didn’t really know what they were talking about. But now that I am bit older and I see Jack, I understand. He plays the same way. .......Read the full article here