Concerns for Arsene Wenger? Ox banging on the door, at last!

Morning all. Well that was a bit of a breeze by all accounts. I didn’t see the game, just the two goals. One either side of half-time from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain ensured Arsenal would progress through to the next round. Another home fixture would be nice, as would the winners of tonight’s Manchester derby being drawn […]

Arsene Wenger confirms Arsenal need players for two positions. Jenkinson makes his comeback.

Morning all. Here’s the latest team news from Arsene Wenger ahead of our EFL Cup fourth-round clash against Reading at Emirates Stadium this evening: Cazorla will not be available, but it looked after the game that apart from some tired legs and disappointed minds, we had nothing else to declare.  I think Olivier will be included, […]

Are Arsenal really just ‘flat track bullies’? Cazorla a doubt but Giroud should be back to face Reading..

Morning all. Seems a 6-0 victory is being scoffed at in certain corners of the media. ‘Flat track bullies’, that’s Arsenal apparently, which is odd really considering just a few weeks ago we battered Chelsea with ease and they were a team heavily tipped to win the league before a ball was kicked in August. […]

Was that as easy as it looked? Perhaps not, but it was good….

Morning all. An odd game really. In the first half, the visitors seemed lively and on more than one occasion looked like they might open the scoring. Ospina was in good form to keep them out. Arsene: In the first half it looked like a difficult game because they were dangerous going forward. They had […]