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]

Alexis won't re-sign

Arsene Wenger Admits Alexis Won’t Re-Sign

January 13, 2018 Martin Hawkins 0

Arsenal drew with Chelsea 0-0 on Wednesday and will travel to Bournemouth on Sunday. However, the big news, since it’s a transfer window, has been about the comings and goings around the club. Mostly about goings, though. Following Francis Coquelin’s departure for Valencia, Arsene Wenger admits Alexis won’t re-sign. Alexis Won’t Re-Sign [Read More]

the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Post Match: Crystal Palace 2-3 Arsenal

December 29, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

The penultimate fixture of 2017 ended in our favor, but only by the smallest of margins. Just like last time out, a neutral fan would have probably been very upset to hear the final whistle, as the action was almost relentless. However, just like the last game, Gooners will feel [Read More]

Carabao Cup

Midweek Musings; Clean Sheets & Injury

December 20, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

On Tuesday, Arsenal qualified for the semifinals of the Carabao Cup by edging by West Ham 1-0 at the Emirates. It was a very boring game. Next up is match-day 19 in the Premier League, the halfway mark between the season’s start and finish, and the Gunners will host Liverpool [Read More]

Bad Away From Home

Bad Away From Home: Midweek Musings

December 14, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

The team has been bad away from home this year. Really bad. I know I don’t need to tell you, but it’s true. Just like on Sunday at St. Mary’s, on Wednesday at the London Stadium Arsenal were unable to take a win from a bottom-half opponent. This time, the [Read More]

BATE Mastery

Stateside Summary Dec 8: BATE Mastery, Saints Preview

December 8, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

Who else enjoyed watching the team score all those goals yesterday? I’m guessing everyone. Well, next up is a much more difficult match, at least if past problems are an indication. Southampton have a habit of giving Arsenal problems, especially at St. Mary’s. However, despite a few hiccups last weekend [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]

Cologne

Midweek Musings Nov 22: Cologne, January Transfers

November 22, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

Tomorrow the Arsenal goes to Cologne for their penultimate Europa League group game. A win or a draw will confirm top spot in Group H for the Gunners. We’re all expecting another rotated team to take the field against the Germans, hopefully including one or two youngsters. However, inconveniently, Les [Read More]

Arsenal's want-aways

Henry, Ronaldo, Zlatan & Arsenal’s Want-aways

November 15, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

Yesterday, Italy was knocked out of World Cup contention for the first time since 1958 to the hands of an unlikely tormentor, Sweden. What was probably surprising about the result (1-0 over two legs) was that the Swedes did it without their (arguably) best-ever player, Zlatan Ibrahimovic. That reminds me [Read More]

Interlull

Interlull Update: Injury, Recovery, Derby

November 13, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

The international break is one week old, so we’re all probably getting a little crazy. Fortunately, this is the final interlull of 2017 (good riddance!) so our suffering will be over soon. To go along with the bittersweet feelings that the team will be in action again soon, though against [Read More]

Tony Pulis

Wenger v Pulis: Head to Head

September 23, 2017 Martin Hawkins 0

With Monday’s clash at the Emirates on the horizon, many fans are buzzing about the next edition of the Tony Pulis-Arsene Wenger rivalry. When those two get together, the sparks normally fly. Perhaps most famously the Baggies boss once claimed that, “I’ve got nothing against foreign managers. Apart from Arsene [Read More]