No two-legged tie is ever truly over until it's over - history has taught us that lesson repeatedly. But the sort of advantage Arsenal have over Olympiakos means it would take something remarkable - miraculous, even - for the Greek side to progress. That's not to say it can't happen, just that it is extremely … Continue reading Arsenal v Olympiacos: A chance to rest some weary legs at last?
For the first time in a long time, there really isn't much riding on today's north London derby. Although the inconsistency of the teams around and above us means nothing is ever impossible, the reality is that Arsenal have been every bit as inconsistent as their rivals over the last month, if not longer. It's … Continue reading North London derby will be decided by the finest margins…let’s just hope it has nothing to do with VAR
I think we could all compartmentalise the odd controversy here or there, we are all human after all, but to have to go into every game wondering if the referee will even do his job correctly is an appalling state of affairs.
While the teams around us stumble, can Arsenal be the one to take advantage for once?
It turns out I was wrong, Arsenal could afford to make mistakes and still make it through last night's crunch second-leg clash against Benfica last night.
A clutch of Hale End starlets secured loan moves in January so why not Reiss Nelson?
Arsenal's in-form stars produced when needed to get three crucial points on the board
Was Mikel Arteta's gamble the right one against Southampton?
With a run of 'winnable' fixtures now complete, what can we expect when we face off against the sides around and above us?
If the two Gabriels and Thomas Partey start for Arsenal tonight, can Newcastle really stand in our way?