All Blog Posts Tagged 'Arsenal' (5)

Wenger's wrongs cost Gunners?

After a truly disastrous start to the season which saw Wenger’s men take only 7 out of 21 points available, the media and a section of Arsenal supporters were starting to question the reign of the master Frenchman. Were they correct to do so? Possibly not, as the Gunners shot up the table placing them into contention for a top four spot.  However, the cracks have started to appear once more. 3 consecutive Premier League defeats have thrust Wenger back into the critical limelight and many are…

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Added by RC10 on January 30, 2012 at 14:52 — No Comments

Random Thoughts - Six Weekend Musings of a Football Fan

Football can be a complicated thing. In the space of a few days your whole world can turn upside down. Last year when Wayne Rooney refused to sign a new contract for his club, it felt like a dagger in my back and the back of every United fan. Now of course, he is king again, kind of. More recently, in the last few weeks, I've went from loving Owen Hargreaves, to pitying him, to laughing at him, to being really confused and now a real dislike is growing as he becomes…

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Added by David O'Loughlin on September 26, 2011 at 12:00 — 7 Comments

Great Start To The Season - 1 Arse - 0

There aren't many teams who can boast about the fact that they have won the Premier League. Four, in fact - Manchester United, Blackburn, Chelsea, and Arsenal. But does Arsenal's apparent demise seem to show that all clubs can fall from the very top?

 

Played five, won one, drawn one,…

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Added by Adam Mills on September 21, 2011 at 16:00 — 3 Comments

Champions League participation assured, Wenger's problems rumble on...

On such results a season can hinge. Whilst the ensuing outpour of support and praise for Arsene Wenger is somewhat galling given the questions raised recently, yesterday’s victory over Udinese was more significant than simply ensuring entry into the group stages of the Champions League.



Whilst qualification for the Champions League proper is now…

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Added by CookeShaw on August 25, 2011 at 17:38 — 2 Comments

It’s time for Cesc Fabregas to step out, and his soon to be former colleagues to step up.

There is inherent risk in losing any ‘star’ player, especially one of Cesc Fabregas’ exceptional quality. For the past 5 years he has made the most assists of any player in any of the top 5 European leagues. Given his comparatively reduced playing time, through a combination of injuries and Arsenal’s poor record in the latter stages of certain competitions, that is a truly impressive…

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Added by CookeShaw on July 28, 2011 at 14:30 — No Comments

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