December 19, 2012 by
The Wales and Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey had a nightmare return from injury last season, and he has hardly improved in this one, despite being given endless opportunities by Arsene Wenger to regain his old form.
It seems that he fully aware that last season wasn’t good, but he puts that down to being his first full season in the Premiership, and now he is hoping that he can regain his former glory before the end of this present season, or perhaps the season after….
He said on Arsenal.com: “At the beginning, I was really excited to have an opportunity to have a full season and to be involved in everything,” .......Read the full article here
May 18, 2012 by
Patrick Vieira and John Hartson have both spoken to the press about the Robin van Persie transfer rumours. Vieira claims that Arsenal have slipped up, by allowing the striker to get to within a year of a possible free transfer. He also thinks that the departure of the Dutchman would be disastrous for the Gunners. John Hartson, on the other hand, reckons that losing van Persie would be a blow but that Arsenal would be alright as always.
Vieira is now behind the scenes at Manchester City, so he does have a vested interest in what van Persie decides to do. He will not have made himself popular with Gooners, however, by saying “if they lose Robin this year, it will be a trauma…and it’s going to be difficult for Arsenal to keep their top players.” .......Read the full article here
February 02, 2012 by
Is Wenger a Tyrant? And How do we Compare to Spurs? by Waleed
So we’ve lost three in a row now. Pretty awful. I’m a Wenger man through and through but you’ve got to criticize at this point, you’ve got to ask questions. We can all agree the personal abuse is not acceptable, and so we don’t need to discuss that. But there is another view which I find equally unacceptable, but continues to be bandied about on blogs and twitter and such. And this is the view that Wenger is some sort of tyrant who has too much power and he needs to be rebelled against so the fans can reclaim their power and restore the club to its former glory. .......Read the full article here
September 23, 2010 by
The Arsenal skipper Cesc Fabregas pulled a hamstring in last weekends game against Sunderland, and the Gunners medical team have forecast that he won’t return for “two to three weeks”, but the player himself thinks that he can speed up his recovery enough to be ready to face Chelsea next weekend.
He said: “The injury is not as bad as we first thought. There is no muscle rupture and I will be back perfect in about 10 to 11 days.
“I am working with an osteopath in Paris and just working day to day. I think I will make the Chelsea game.” .......Read the full article here