Gunners ‘share fans’ concerns’ over Europa League final tickets

Arsenal says it ‘shares the concerns’ of fans over the choice of venue for the final of this year’s Europa League and has called on UEFA to think about travel times for supporters in future decision making. In a statement issued today (Thursday) Arsenal said it had received “many complaints” from fans over the difficulty … Continue reading Gunners ‘share fans’ concerns’ over Europa League final tickets

PREVIEW: Arsenal must heed comeback lessons as they prepare for Valencia clash

Liverpool’s memorable victory over Barcelona on Tuesday night was proof positive that a tie is never over until the final whistle blows, a lesson Arsenal will need to have learned when they take on Valencia tomorrow (Thursday). Despite the two goal deficit they face, there is no doubt the hosts will have been inspired by … Continue reading PREVIEW: Arsenal must heed comeback lessons as they prepare for Valencia clash

Arsenal 3 Valencia 1: Gunners rally to score crucial late goal in Europa League semi-final

A late Pierre-Emerick Abameyang strike put Arsenal in control of their Europa League semi-final against Valencia as they recovered from an awful start to win 3-1. The Gunners were all at sea for much of the first half but rallied to take the game to their Spanish opponents and score three goals to give themselves … Continue reading Arsenal 3 Valencia 1: Gunners rally to score crucial late goal in Europa League semi-final

Leicester vs Arsenal: It’s all or nothing for Gunners in must-win trip to Midlands

When the history of the 2018/19 season is written, the defeat to Crystal Palace will be where they say it all went wrong. A 3-2 reverse in a pretty routine match against a poor opponent - and at a crucial moment of the season - was hugely damaging to our chances of our top four … Continue reading Leicester vs Arsenal: It’s all or nothing for Gunners in must-win trip to Midlands

Arsenal 2 Crystal Palace 3: Shkodran Mustafi pushes the self-destruct button in costly defeat

Sometimes you just can’t legislate for human error. You can train, analyse, prepare, support, encourage, and direct, but you cannot do anything about the capacity of a human being to make a mistake in a big moment. That is all Unai Emery has to console himself tonight as he pours over the costly mistakes that … Continue reading Arsenal 2 Crystal Palace 3: Shkodran Mustafi pushes the self-destruct button in costly defeat

Watford 0 Arsenal 1: A slice of good fortune as Gunners capitalise amid Deeney meltdown

Sometimes in football you need a big dollop of luck to see you through, and a second helping never goes amiss. For the most part Arsenal have had to get by without good fortune this season – especially on the road, relying instead on their own skill to get them through games when the going … Continue reading Watford 0 Arsenal 1: A slice of good fortune as Gunners capitalise amid Deeney meltdown

Player of the month award is watershed moment for Arsenal’s Bernd Leno

Bernd Leno’s player of the month award for March was a watershed moment for the German in his fledgling Arsenal career. The 27-year-old arrived from Bayer Leverkusen in the summer with a reputation as ball player and a solid shot-stopper, albeit with rash tendencies and a habit for high-profile mistakes. And his reputation seemed to … Continue reading Player of the month award is watershed moment for Arsenal’s Bernd Leno

Newcastle win is another small piece of Arsenal’s top-four puzzle

As far as professional victories go, Arsenal’s canter at the Emirates on Monday night was about as good as it’s been this season. The match was never destined to be a classic so it fell to the Gunners to create the momentum, energy, and intensity needed to make the chances and force the pace in … Continue reading Newcastle win is another small piece of Arsenal’s top-four puzzle

What does history tell us about Arsenal’s chances of a top four finish?

The Premier League is well and truly entering the home straight, with just eight games remaining of Unai Emery’s first season in charge. The Gunners currently occupy an all-important Champions League place but remain in the midst of a four-way battle for two positions, with any of the clubs involved still capable of success. Emery’s … Continue reading What does history tell us about Arsenal’s chances of a top four finish?

Arsenal announce pre-season friendly fixtures in International Champions Cup

Arsenal’s pre-season bandwagon will be rolling into the USA again in the summer, with three International Champions Cup fixtures confirmed. The Gunners will be facing off against Bayern Munich (July 17), AS Roma (July 20) and Real Madrid (July 23) in the latest instalment of the prestige pre-season cup that is increasingly becoming a force … Continue reading Arsenal announce pre-season friendly fixtures in International Champions Cup