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Contemplating the Next Arsenal Manager

April 24, 2018 Martin Hawkins 0

Who should be the next Arsenal manager? That is the question facing a trio of Arsenal executives; Ivan Gazidis, Sven Mislintat and Raul Sanllehi. With Arsène Wenger stepping down at the end of the season, the Gunners’ search for his replacement begins. However, just what attributes are desirable in a [Read More]

Farewell to Wenger

The Stateside Gooner’s Farewell to Wenger

April 20, 2018 Martin Hawkins 0

As we prepare to bid farewell to Wenger, there are a plethora of memories which come to mind. From star signings to transfer masterminds, Les Boss has done just about everything that a manager could do in his career. Well, that is short of winning a European cup. Here are [Read More]

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Goodbye Arsène, and Thanks for the Memories

April 20, 2018 Martin Hawkins 0

No doubt this is not news, whenever you’re reading this, but Arsène Wenger will leave Arsenal at the end of the season. Fans, players, legends and executives are all saying goodbye Arsène. Keep reading to hear what everyone is saying about Wenger’s decision. The Long-Awaited “Goodbye Arsène” The Boss Himself [Read More]

Jack Wilshere's Uncertain Future

Jack Wilshere’s Uncertain Future

April 19, 2018 Martin Hawkins 0

Arsène Wenger, speaking before this weekend’s match against West Ham, confirms that not even he knows about Jack Wilshere’s uncertain future. The England international has been at the club since age nine, but his current contract runs out at the end of this season. Arsenal are known to have offered a [Read More]

Arsene Wenger Post-Match Reaction

Arsene Wenger Post-Match Reaction

April 9, 2018 Martin Hawkins 0

Arsenal won a hard-fought match at the Emirates on Sunday. The Gunners downed Southampton 3-2, although the result was in doubt for much of the game. After the final whistle, manager Arsène Wenger spoke to the media about the red card, injuries and substitutions. Arsene Wenger Post-Match Reaction Mohamed Elneny’s Red [Read More]

Ferguson, Gattuso Lend Wenger Helping Hand

March 9, 2018 Martin Hawkins 0

Arsenal did the almost-impossible on Thursday and won away. On top of that, they beat AC Milan, Serie A’s in-form team right now. The Gunners take a two-goal advantage back to the Emirates where, despite a sordid loss to Östersunds FK, the team plays well. Arsene Wenger has also revealed that [Read More]

Poetic Justice

Poetic Justice: Arsenal Lose Carabao Cup Final

February 25, 2018 Martin Hawkins 0

Manchester City outclassed the Gunners on Sunday, making them look even worse than Östersunds FK did on Thursday. In a way, it was a cruel end to what was possibly a consolation trophy. In another way, it was poetic justice for a team of underachievers. Poetic Justice Served in League Cup [Read More]

Arsenal lose the NLD

Monday Mourning: Arsenal Lose the NLD

February 12, 2018 Martin Hawkins 0

Arsenal lose the NLD as Harry Kane’s second-half header gives his team a boost in the race for fourth. The Gunners are now seven points behind Spuds and five behind fifth-place Chelsea, who have a game in hand. Well, let’s begin the inquest. Arsenal Lose the NLD: What Happened? The [Read More]

Refereeing in the Premier League

Refereeing in the Premier League

January 6, 2018 Martin Hawkins 0

This past week has seen a couple of incidents that have sparked debate about refereeing. Arsene Wenger was handed a three-match touchline ban, plus a slap-on-the-wrist fine, for verbally berating Mike Dean following the West Brom draw. He is also being asked to explain his comments made both before and [Read More]

FA

Arsene Wenger Faces FA Charge (Again)

January 4, 2018 Martin Hawkins 0

Here in Pennsylvania we’re getting slammed with cold weather and snow. In North London, our man Arsene is being slapped with the long arm of the English FA. In addition to the charges facing Les Boss after he rightly berated Mike Dean on New Year’s, the Premier League’s governing body [Read More]

Burnley

Merry Monday Nov 27: Burnley Analysis

November 27, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

Yesterday was one of those supremely exciting days in sports when the result of a game turns just before the last blast of the whistle. For Arsenal against Burnley, the tides turned as referee Lee Mason pointed to the penalty spot after Aaron Ramsey went down under a push from [Read More]

New Head of Recruitment

NLD Win, New Head of Recruitment

November 20, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

Isn’t it easier to get up on Monday after Arsenal won? Not only that, but they won the NLD on Saturday, to make sure the only big club in the league that loses more away games to big clubs than the Gunners remains Hots***. So, for most of the weekend [Read More]

Remembering Arsenal's Invincibles

Remembering Arsenal’s Invincibles

October 8, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

Only twice in the history of the English game has a team completed a full league season without losing a single game. The first club to accomplish the feat was Preston North End in 1888-1889, where they won 18 games and drew four out of a league season of 22 [Read More]