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22nd April 2016: Wenger on recovery time and Ozil omission

Happy Friday folks. We travel to the north-east to face Sunderland on Sunday afternoon and having played on Thursday night, some might worry the team haven’t been afforded enough time to rest and recuperate. 490 more words


20th April 2016: Cazorla back in training, Ozil and Sanchez keen to stay and Mahrez rumours denied

Evening all. Arsene Wenger held his pre-West Brom press conference this morning and amongst other things, revealed that Santi Cazorla is back in ‘normal training’. 544 more words


14th April 2016: Injury update + Per on defensive discipline

Evening all and welcome back. For those interested in a spot of skiving off work first thing in the morning, Arsene Wenger’s press conference will be streamed live on the official from 9am UK time tomorrow. 705 more words

Arsène Wenger's Arsenal - Over and Out?

Arsenal’s seasons has gone from bad to worse to horrific mess. In truth, the season has always been a bad one, interspersed by slightly better moments – the 3-0 trashing of Manchester United, the expert dismantling of Pep Guardiola’s Bayern München and the late win over champions elect Leicester come to mind. 327 more words

FA Cup: 2-1 loss to Watford sums up why Arsenal's season is getting ugly

The Gunners only have a Top 4 finish in the Premier League to play for after losing 2-1 to Watford in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup on Sunday. 1,702 more words


2nd March 2016: Thoughts on selection for Swansea

Evening all. A very, very brief post for you today because kick-off is fast approaching as we prepare to welcome Swansea City to Emirates stadium in a few hours’ time, when we’ll be looking to reduce the gap to the top of the table to just three points after Leicester could only draw with West Brom last night. 503 more words


5 things LEARNED from ARSENAL'S defeat to Man Utd

  1. Cazorla’s return needed quickly

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There was an apparent lack of rhythm and intricacy but also panic in Arsenal’s play in Sunday’s defeat to Man Utd. 473 more words