Tag Archives: Szczesny

Arsenal may have to copy real Madrid to keep Fabianski!!!

Arsenal have to get Fabianski to sign some sort of deal! by Ash

Time and time again I have spoken about this topic but I really cannot stress the importance of what this issue holds for Arsenal football club. And after Lukasz Fabianski has proven himself once again to be the best deputy keeper in the Premier League, Arsenal may have to consider offering the stopper a sort of timeshare deal, a la Casillas and Real Madrid.

Arsenal player ratings for Everton shambles – Ramsey MOTM

Everton 3 – 0 Arsenal Player Ratings by KJ

Is Wenger really as safe as Arsenal players believe?

Should Wenger’s Future be decided by the recent form? by Ash

There has been a lot of speculation surrounding Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, and his future at Arsenal, with suggestions he may well leave come the end of the season. The rumours occurred after the 6-0 defeat to Chelsea however since then, reports surrounding a new contract for the Frenchman have once again arisen.

Two major players for the Gunners, number one keeper Wojciech Szczesny and club captain Thomas Vermaelen, have come out to publicly back the boss and rubbish any rumours about the Prof leaving, but can we really believe them, and would they really know if his time was running out anyway?

Szczesny sure that Wenger will see off Arsenal’s tough times

I don’t think it is an exaggeration to say that the next two weekends could see the most important two games in the Gunners’ season. At the same time they could also have a huge say on whether Arsene Wenger goes on to manage Arsenal for an 18th year, because another year without a trophy combined with a failure to secure Champions League football would be the last straw for many fans and might just cause Wenger to walk away off his own back.

Preview and Line-up for Arsenal vs. Swansea

Arsenal vs Swansea match preview by Ash

Tonight Arsenal have the chance to appease the fans after the recent sorrows with a quick return to Premier League action. Arsenal will welcome Welsh side Swansea City to the Emirates tonight for yet another must win encounter.

Super Szczesny commits his whole career to Arsenal

Wojciech willing to stay, forever! by Ash

As players at Arsenal seem to be committing to new contracts quicker than Manchester United can grab points, the club has today received another boost with Wojciech Szczsney verbally commuting his future to Arsenal. From an interview in his home nation of Poland, reported by Sky Sports, Szczseny gives the Gunners an insight into the future of his career.

Should Arsenal worry about Szczesny slips and selfie?

It is almost exactly a year since Wojciech Szczesny lost his place in the Arsenal team. His international team-mate Lukasz Fabianski was brought in for the away trip to face Bayern Munich and he put in a great shift as the Gunners recorded a famous 2-0 victory at the Allianz arena.

This season, Szczesny was absent again, but only because of the harsh red card picked up in the first leg. But Fabianski was fantastic again, especially the brilliant double save to deny Thomas Muller from the penalty spot and if I was Arsene Wenger, I would seriously consider playing Fabianski against Chelsea on Saturday, because the younger Pole is just starting to show signs of that lack of concentration that cost him his place before.

Spurs vs. Arsenal review – Rosicky stunner and Gunners grit just enough

Arsenal went in to this crucial north London derby knowing that they needed to win to stay level on points with Liverpool, who had easily beaten a very poor Man United earlier in the day. With injuries ravaging his squad, Arsene wenger started Podolski, Cazorla and Rosicky behind Giroud.

The Czech midfielder showed straight away why Paul Merson had said before the game that he should play every week, smashing a brilliant opening goal just a minute and 12 seconds after the kick off, the quickest ever against the spuds in the Premier League. Rosicky started and finished it after linking up with Chamberlain. Howitzer, Piledriver and rocket were the words that came to mind and the Gunners were off to the perfect start.

Fantastic Fabianski feels inspired Arsenal are set for trophy

By not winning their Champions League group, Arsenal brought yet another Champions League last 16 exit on themselves. But just like last season, it does not feel like a disaster. INstead, the Arsenal players and fans can feel great pride in standing toe-to-toe with Bayern Munich in their own backyard.

Don’t forget what they did to Barcelona last year and what they have been doing to every team in the German Bundesliga all season. And this season they are better, which makes it even more of a boost for Arsenal, especially as it was the decision to send off Szczesny that really decided the tie, not poor play at home like last season.

Arsenal fans should stop picking on Mesut Ozil!

The £42m scapegoat by gameruk

Lets have it right first off, I am a fan of ARSENAL Football Club. I supported this club before the arrival of Mesut Ozil and will support this club well after Ozil has left, so that should keep quiet those guys who bang on about Ozil worshipers etc.

Red card reaction shows media ARE anti-Arsenal

Everyone is entitle to their opinion, of course and on close calls you normally have at least two of the three pundits disagreeing. Except when it comes to Arsenal it seems. We all know about how biased Michael Owen is, especially towards Liverpool and against Arsenal, but it seems the contagion is spreading to Sky Sports.

Arsene Wenger has been portrayed as a whinger because he suggested that Robben made a lot of the contact (which he did) and for suggesting that the Szczesny red card was harsh. If you had gone by the three Sky pundits, Jamie Redknapp, Michael Ballack and Jamie Carragher you would think the Arsenal boss had lost his marbles, because all three said it was a nailed on penalty.

Detailed infographic report of Arsenal loss to Bayern

Arsenal 0 v 2 Bayern Munich by allArsenal.com

The Gunners were understandably overrun in the possession stats, reduced to 10 men in contentious circumstances after 37 minutes, and unfortunately failing to score after an exciting start to the game.

Arsene Wenger made a shock decision to include youngster Yaya Sanogo, a former Ligue 2 free transfer who made a case for his inclusion with a promising display against Liverpool. The home side started strongly, piling on the pressure and were awarded a penalty after some fantastic work from Wilshere and Ozil.