ARSENAL COACH SAYS HE IS NOT LEAVING DESPITE PROTESTS FROM FANS

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By index, May 10, 2016 6:59 am

Arsenal Coach, Arsene Wenger, says he has no departure plans despite protests from some fans regarding their Premier League title drought.

Protesters in the game against Norwich calling for change drew as much criticism as the Arsenal player’s half-hearted performances this season, but it did succeed in putting the coach’s future to the fore. Majority of the other fans stood in support of the French coach, but the disjointed mood and another streaky win, against a team they should have beaten comfortably, did cause him to reflect as well as reveal his plans for the future.


“I give my best for this club. You don’t spend 19 years at a club — like Sir Alex Ferguson spent 26 years — without giving every minute of your time.

“You give your whole life for that and try to do as well as possible.

“One target is to keep all of the people happy. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to do that this season.

When asked if he would stay on for 26 years, he replied: “No, no, never! Don’t worry.”

“I will come to your newspaper and do it as well and ask you after how do you feel? But I think I can take that.

“I am in a public job and I have to live with judgments as long as it is respectful.

“If it is only opinion — we have all to accept that because we are in a public job,” the coach who still has a year contract added.

“I am not specialist enough to analyze that [there should be change].

“I just think that we are here to give our best. We have been remarkably consistent at the top. Continue reading 'ARSENAL COACH SAYS HE IS NOT LEAVING DESPITE PROTESTS FROM FANS'»

Per Mertesacker says that he is fighting for his place at Arsenal

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By index, April 28, 2016 9:57 am

Per Mertesacker says that he is fighting for his place at Arsenal and that he is not used to this situation before.

The German international has been a first-team regular since coming to the club in 2011. He has been part of the FA Cup successes that helped Arsenal to overcome the long trophy drought. However, he has been unable to feature in the first-team in the last few matches. Per Mertesacker has not been part of the starting line-up since the 2-1 loss against Watford in the FA Cup. Gabriel and Laurent Koscielny have become the first choice central defensive partnership since then.

Mertesacker, however, is not ready to give up on his place and has vowed to keep on fighting. At 31, he may not have time on his side and needs to be back in the first-team soon. The absence from the first team may be a temporary one, as Arsenal shift their focus to only the Premier League following the FA Cup exit. However, this also may result in less number of matches for Mertesacker to try and get back to the starting line-up before the end of the campaign. The 2015-16 campaign is almost sure to see the German make the fewest league appearances since his debut campaign with the club. Continue reading 'Per Mertesacker says that he is fighting for his place at Arsenal'»

Arsene Wenger believes Guardiola can be his perfect successor

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By index, January 28, 2016 8:14 am

This current season of the Bundesliga is the last one of Pep Guardiola as the head coach of Bayern Munich, the highly rated coach has already stated that he wants to exit the Allianz Arena and go somewhere else, find a new club, a new obstacle. Pep Guardiola did something similar a few years ago when he was in charge of Barcelona where he decided to leave the Spanish club even though everything was going excellently for him.

Pep Guardiola seems to have a tendency of leaving clubs when they are at their best state. This is what happened when he was in charge of Barcelona and after having won a the Kings Cup,  FIFA Club World Cup, UEFA Super Cup and the Spanish Super Cup, all of these titles were secured in the last season that Guardiola spent as the head coach of Barcelona.

Bayern Munich and Pep Guardiola are dominating the German League after having collecting a total of 46 points from their opening 17 league matches which have been played so far. This is an astounding amount of points, the 2nd place team is Borussia Dortmund and they are 8 points behind after only being able to seal 38 points in the same amount of games.

Even though things are going amazingly well for Pep Guardiola in the Allianz Arena, he wants to leave at the end of the current season but he has not revealed which club he has plans of taking charge of next, however, he did say that the Premier League is a big possibility as the Spanish manager wants to become the head coach of a top team in England and he has already received numerous offers. Continue reading 'Arsene Wenger believes Guardiola can be his perfect successor'»

Thierry Henry praised Arsene Wenger and Arsenal’s progression

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By index, July 23, 2015 1:19 pm

The former star of Arsenal, Thierry Henry has been taking notice of what Arsene Wenger has done with the Premier League club Arsenal and the retired footballer praised what they have been accomplishing in recent times.

Winning the FA Cup for a 2nd successive year is an accomplishment that has made fans of the club happy and taken off a little bit the pressure off of Arsene Wenger who has not won the Premier League title in over 8 years.

Thierry Henry is an eternal legend of Arsenal as the retired player scored over 170 goals for the Premier League and helped them in winning 2 Premier League titles; it’s hard to deny the fact that he is the best player who has worn the Arsenal jersey from the past 20 years.

Henry is out of the pitch but he remains up to date with the world of football but especially with what is going on surrounding his former club Arsenal and has even considered making a return to Arsenal as a manager.

Thierry Henry expressed his thoughts about the current situation of Arsenal as he said: “It’s a difficult task to win the FA Cup back-to-back, but they have done that. You could see right from the start against Villa that Arsenal were going to win the game, and that made it easier for us fans to watch it was less nerve-racking than the year before. So the progress is there, now what we are waiting for is the consistency in the league because that is very important. That is where you can judge a team, in the league. Continue reading 'Thierry Henry praised Arsene Wenger and Arsenal’s progression'»

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Mesut Ozil comes in front for Lot of Criticism

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By index, April 1, 2015 3:40 am

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil may have come in for a lot of criticism for his indifferent form over the last six months.

However, the German international has been a regular feature of this Arsenal team, which has been enjoying a great run of late. A fourth consecutive victory in the league came in the form of a 3-0 win over West Ham on Sunday, but Ozil turned his attention to the Champions League match against Monaco immediately. Arsenal lost the first leg 3-1 and it has forced them to the brink of exit from the competition at the last 16 stage once again.

Ozil has clearly not recovered from the poor form of last season. The midfielder has not scored since the goal in the 2-1 defeat against Tottenham. In the meantime, he has only contributed a couple of results. Despite this, focus has shifted away from the 26-year-old given that the team has been functioning so well. Confidence may be overflowing with this Arsenal team, but Ozil is also aware of the fact that the team needs an away goal in order to realistically have a chance of beating Monaco. The gunners need to score at least three goals and an early goal is the only way to settle the team. Continue reading 'Mesut Ozil comes in front for Lot of Criticism'»

WALCOTT SIDELINED

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By admin, March 25, 2015 2:58 pm

The Gunners went to Monaco a couple of days ago with a near impossible task in their hands. They had to win on an away ground against a good team and that too by keeping a margin of three goals to make the quarters in the European Cup.

It was a no brainer that the management needed to start with the best players in the squad and thus, as an outsider, you would have imagined that Theo Walcott would feature in the starting line up as he is clearly a top class winger.  But, surprisingly, the coaching staff and the main man in charge, Arsene Wenger, did not trust him to deliver and that was probably to do with the fact that he had not had much playing time off late. Continue reading 'WALCOTT SIDELINED'»

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