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This Premier League article comes from Mansur Abubakar
When then Arsenal Captain Patrick Vieira lifted that FA cup trophy at Wembley in 2005,I wouldn’t have believed anyone that tells me 8 seasons later, a large section of the fans that paraded the streets and pubs to celebrate that day will be calling for the head of Arsene Wenger.
The manager undoubtedly took the club to another level in terms of success, don’t get me wrong, Arsenal has always been a top club, one of the elite clubs in England but success has been an “on and off” thing before the Frenchman’s arrival, he transformed the club immensely even the beautiful style of play nicknamed “the arsenal way” is a far cry from those years opposing fans used to taunt the gunners with the song “boring boring Arsenal”
From the League and cup double in his first full season in 1998, another double in 2002, the unrivaled unbeaten league run of 2004 not forgetting the amazing Champions League run in 2006 that saw the club come to with...
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Does Arsene Wenger owe the fans this summer? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
With the news former Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini, currently a free agent, is training with the London side this summer with a view to signing a contract, does manager Arsene Wenger owe the supporters more?
After having endured season after season of losing their top performers to a number of...
Last Saturday in their Premier League opener, Arsenal suffered a humiliating and disheartening 3-1 loss to Aston Villa in a game which highlighted all the issues and unresolved promises made to Arsenal fans over the summer. As the game played out it’s final minutes, fans in attendance at the Emirates turned their attention to manager Arsene Wenger who despite promises and assurances...
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger insists he does not have to justify his club's transfer business to anyone.
Wenger was reacting to criticism from Newcastle boss Alan Pardew, who claimed he dropped midfielder Yohan Cabaye for the 4-0 thrashing at Manchester City , because Arsenal had unsettled the player by making a bid for him on the eve of the game.
But the Gunners boss, who...
Manager Arsene Wenger is confident Arsenal will tie up deals for new players before the transfer window closes in 10 days.
The Gunners have been unsuccessful in their attempts to lure Luis Suarez and Gonzalo Higuain to the Emirates, with Karim Benzema and Angel Di Maria now on the radar.
And despite an overriding sense of frustration among fans, Wenger is hopeful of adding to his...
Arsene Wenger is hoping to end Arsenal woes in this summer’s transfer window with a surprise bid for former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
The Juventus star who joined the Serie A champions last year from United has struggled for first team football this season and may look to join The Gunners in the hope for more regular game time ITV has said.
Wenger must ensure that the Gunners aren’t firing blanks again - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Arsenal fans will either be full of hope or despair as the transfer window draws to a close. With nearly two score of players exiting the Emirates and, to date, only one arrival – and that on a free transfer – it has been a summer of false hope damned by seemingly inevitable...
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed there is "no chance" of signing Liverpool striker Luis Suarez.
Wenger had been under fire following a lack of summer spending and a nightmare opening match of the new Premier League season, losing 3-1 at home to Aston Villa.
However, there was no hangover on Wednesday evening as the Gunners coasted to a 3-0 victory in their Champions...
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has ruled out making an improved bid for Liverpool striker Luis Suarez in the remaining 12 days of the transfer window.
Asked if his chase of Suarez was over, Wenger says ''yes. Absolutely no chance of that.''
Arsenal has seen two offers for Suarez, the second in excess of 40 million pounds ($62 million), rejected by Liverpool.
The Gunners had a £12m bid for France midfielder Yohan Cabaye rejected by Newcastle who are bracing themselves for an improved offer.
But Starsport understands the crisis club are targeting at least three other players in deals which could end up costing a combined £65m.
They are Swansea pair Michu and Ashley Williams - as well as Manchester City's Micah Richards who wants...
Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been ruled out for at least six weeks, dealing a blow to the team's early-season hopes.
The England international injured his left knee in Arsenal's Premier League opener on Saturday which ended in a 3-1 loss to Aston Villa.
Manager Arsene Wenger says Oxlade-Chamberlain has a posterior cruciate problem - ''a ligament...
Arsenal made light of conditions at a rain-soaked Craven Cottage to claim a 3-1 derby victory over capital rivals Fulham.
Arsene Wenger may have spent much of the past week under a cloud, as he endeavours to bring the big-money additions into Emirates Stadium that the Gunners faithful are crying out for, but the Frenchman saw his side shine through a constant downpour in west London...
(1-0-0) Fulham – Arsenal (0-0-1) English Premier League Saturday, August 24 (7:45 ET) NBC Sports Live Extra, Mun2, NBC Sports Network, Sirius XM FC, DirecTV The words quiet and summer go together so well when it comes to talking about Arsenal’s transfer activity. But fear not, Arsene Wenger seems poised to bring some talent […]
Arsenal plot £60m spending spree plus Flamini signing - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
“You have to understand there is still a long way to go. The transfer market starts for me now and a lot of activity will happen between now and September 2. From August 21 until September 2 you have 12 days, so a lot will happen. It starts now.”
Only time will prove whether those strong...
The seven-day period ending Aug. 19 was downright tough on some members of the soccer world. For some, the pain was self-inflicted. Misfortune located and struck others.
While there were plenty of winners last week, the good news didn’t spread itself all over the soccer world. We’ll look at some of soccer’s Biggest Losers for the week.
The list includes Premier League managers...
Juventus snub Arsenal’s approach for Pogba - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Serie A champions Juventus have recently rebuffed any interest for their highly-rated midfielder Paul Pogba – most notably from Arsenal.
‘Forget Pogba. We have no intention of listening to proposals that can be received in our midfield.’ – Juventus chief executive Beppe Marotta.