Arsenal face Manchester United on Sunday knowing that if they fail to beat the newly-crowned Premier League champions they could slip from third place to fifth in the Premier League. The Gunners have recorded good results of late despite inconsistent performances, winning six and drawing one of their last seven games in all competitions, and […]
Arsenal are in low spirits as the Bayern juggernaut comes rolling into town.
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There is a simple joy that comes with watching your team win a game of football and we all got to feel that again as Arsenal posted an impressive 2-0 win over West Brom.
There is a number of choices that provoke discussion, the first and foremost the exclusion of captain Thomas Vermaelen.
I absolutely love this fixture and the Robin van Persie affair will only add further fuel to the fire.
Where has Arsenal’s momentum gone? More importantly: when is it coming back?
What an atrocity of a football match. We were woeful. Short of ideas, short of intensity and short of desire. It was horrendous. Embarrassing. Infuriating.