After an unexpectedly successful summer transfer window, Arsenal are looking like a club on an upward trajectory. They have already grabbed their first clean sheet of the season away from home to Newcastle, and while the overall performance was nothing special, it ultimately aides in building a new narrative for the Gunners. Unai Emery’s men […]Read More Arsenal: Emery Must Introduce New Signings for Burnley Match
Nicolas Pépé is on the verge of signing for Arsenal. While Pépé’s signing will surely improve Arsenal’s attack creating a dangerous trio with Lacazette and Aubameyang, what does this mean for Reiss Nelson’s future at Arsenal?Read More What the Pépé Signing Means for Reiss Nelson’s Future with Arsenal
Aston Villa are getting ready for their deserved return to the Premier League, but have the club built a team that is ready for long term success?Read More Will Aston Villa Find Premier League Success in 2019/20 Season?
BBC reporter, David Ornstein, claims that Arsenal are closing in on three new signings. If reports are to be believed, this could kick Arsenal’s summer transfer window into high gear, but would it solve Arsenal’s biggest problems?Read More Arsenal Closing in on Three New Acquisitions as Preseason Gets Underway
Arsenal officially announced the released players list today, which brought an end to quite a few Arsenal mainstays along with three younger players. Among the youngsters whose contracts expire on June 30th is Cohen Bramall. Bramall was picked out by Arsenal scouts and signed in January 2017 from non-league side, Hednesford Town, for a reported […]Read More Arsenal Announce Release of Cohen Bramall
Never in the history of the Europa League has a club allowed so many goals in the Final. It’s unprecedented. Most likely this is due to the balance of power between the two opposing clubs. Yet, Arsenal managed to capitulate four goals in the span of 45 minutes. Three of those goals came within 12 […]Read More Arsenal Now Left to Ponder What Could Be
Achieving a spot in the top-four this season was always going to be a tall order for Arsenal. After all, the side is arguably the weakest of the top six teams in the Premier League. To couple that with the addition of a new manager and a lack of financial strength is not a recipe […]Read More Arsenal FC: A Failed Season does not mean a Failed Club
There is not much that can be said that has not already been discussed about Chelsea, Tottenham, Manchester United, and Arsenal. Each club has been disappointing in the dying weeks of the Premier League season. The race for the last two Champions League spots has become a farce. The new tag line associated with these […]Read More Arsenal Fail to take Advantage of Mediocre Top-Four Race