November 28, 2012 by
Arsene Wenger was famously abused by Arsenal’s away fans at Aston Villa this weekend, as they chanted “You don’t know what you’re doing” at the end of the 0-0 draw. But the Frenchman has been in this position many times before and he knows he is responsible for his decisions and is happy to take the criticism when the fans think he has got it wrong.
“Look, I am not worried about me.” Wenger said on Arsenal.com. “I am worried about the Club and the team, and to do the best for the Club and the team,” he said. “For the rest, I think I have always shown my 100 per cent commitment and loyalty to this Club. .......Read the full article here
February 06, 2012 by
Robin Van Persie may be the man in form at Arsenal right now, and Theo Walcott has been considered to be ‘the one that hasn’t fulfilled his promise’, but the Dutch hitman believes that the criticism of his strike partner is totally unfounded and Theo is growing into a top-class striker.
In 31 games this season, Van Persie has scored 28 goals, but although Walcott has only scored six from the same tally of matches, Robin thinks that he will be a 20 goal a season man.
“I love Theo, I honestly love him,” said Van Persie. “I don’t understand the criticism he gets.” .......Read the full article here
January 18, 2012 by
The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth so help me god! By Toby
With so much turmoil at the club at the moment its hard to know which way to turn or who to listen to, fans like myself spend hours trawling the net for a hint of a big signing or news that Van Persie will pen a new contract. .......Read the full article here
April 18, 2011 by
In Arsène I STILL Trust! by SVGunner
Firstly, I would like to say that I am absolutely GUTTED. I can’t remember feeling worse than this in all of my years. The Liverpool match was a rollercoaster of emotions. I think that the way the two points were taken from us was very cruel. I cannot understand how Kuyt can be allowed to score 4 minutes after the stoppage time should have ended. .......Read the full article here
May 13, 2010 by
I have received this article from a young Arsenal fan in Sweden, and he has asked me to publish it. Edward Sai Kuen Sikorski celebrated his 14th birthday yesterday, and has put his poignant thoughts about Arsenal’s season into a very reasonable plea to Gooners everywhere. Keep The Faith!
Have Faith, Believe And Trust Arsenal
How can you summarize a season of pain, agony and joy? Arsenal Football Club has succeeded. The minutes, hours, days of agony of watching Ramsey’s horrible injury were too cruel. Seeing his foot hanging and the expression on his tired face gave me goosebumps. Seeing a youngster blessed with a talent most extraordinary. .......Read the full article here