Assessing Arsenal’s Captaincy Candidates

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As we enter the final stretch of the Premier League season, Arsenal fans can be proud of their team’s performance. After two consecutive 8th place finishes and a dismal start to this campaign, few would have imagined that Mikel Arteta’s side would be challenging for a place in the top four. Reaching the holy grail of the Champions League would be an outstanding achievement, while maybe not quite up there with great underdog stories like Leicester’s title win, it would be quite the feat for the youngest team in the league. Once the campaign is over, one of the manager’s most pressing concerns will be deciding on a permanent captain. With Pierre Emerick Aubameyang leaving in January and Lacazette set to

What do Arsenal Need to Become a Serious Top-4 Team?

Arsenal has been going through a redemption arc over the past couple of years. The team has been in better form than the previous five years would suggest. Slowly and steadily, they’ve climbed the Premier League table, landing amongst the top four teams for the chance at their fourth win since the days of being part of the Top 4 in the early ’00s. It’s a long way to come, but it still brings about the idea of an underdog that is getting lucky. The team is still considered a contender rather than taking its solid place within the Top 4. So, what needs to be done to make that happen? What is the final push to make Arsenal a Top

Confidence in Arteta grows as Arsenal aim to end top four drought


“You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone” – The famous phrase that arguably suits those who called for the head of Arsene Wenger, before the most successful manager in Arsenal history called time on his tenure, at the conclusion of the 2017-18 season. Before his two final seasons, the Frenchman had maintained the Gunners in the top four during twenty consecutive seasons, and he still delivered a seventh FA Cup win before departing. Unfortunately, the meme worthy “time to go” videos directed at Wenger were entirely unjustified, while the club itself and the teams on the pitch are still recovering from his exit. Unai Emery boasted an excellent CV of achievements at Sevilla, when he arrived at Arsenal, although

How Arsenal managed to defeat Wolves in the Premier League

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You have to look quite far back to see Arsenal’s glory years. As one of the top London clubs, it has shown what it is capable of on many occasions, but it needs to do more if it wants to rekindle some of that former glory. After a disappointing start to 2022, the victory over Wolves means that Arsenal is at least in the running for European football next season. As Arsenal and Wolves came head to head, many were mulling over the sportsbet news section looking for where the smart money would be. Wolves had the chance to propel themselves to 4th in the table but, as we now know, that wasn’t meant to be. What was it about Arsenal

Can Arsenal’s Young Guns Seal a Top Four Berth?

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For the first time since Arsene Wenger’s departure almost four years ago, Arsenal can taste the top four. The Gunners have been tipped to qualify for next season's UEFA Champions League, a competition they haven’t qualified for since 2015/16. For a host of significant reasons, however, this campaign feels different from previous years. Three away defeats on the bounce at Anfield, Old Trafford and Goodison Park before Christmas, shipping nine goals in the process, seemingly had manager Mikel Arteta’s head on the chopping block. Demarai Gray's 92nd-minute winner for Everton on December 6th left Arteta’s side languishing in seventh in the Premier League table. Despite being just four points off fourth place, they looked a million miles away from being a Champions

Is it Time for Arsenal to Wave Goodbye to Aubameyang and Lacazette?


Issues within the Arsenal camp came to a head in December 2021 with disciplinary action taken against the skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. On Tuesday the 14th, the Gabonese International striker was stripped of the captaincy following a breach of protocols but this wasn’t the first time that he’d been in trouble. Late returns and unspecified rule breaking have punctuated his career to the point where the Gunners have clearly had enough. The club will move on from Auba in captaincy terms but is his future as an Arsenal player also in the balance? Misfiring Duo Arsenal sat in a respectable position in the Premier League table at the time of his latest indiscretion but sixth place doesn’t quite tell the full story. The list

Roy Keane vs Patrick Vieira – The Premier League’s Greatest Rivalry

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One of the most debated topics in football is the rivalry between Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi. Both players always show respect to one another and claim competition is healthy in pushing them to perform to their full potential. Their rivalry is rather tame in comparison to Roy Keane and Patrick Vieira's legendary battles against each other on the pitch. For much of the early 1990s Manchester United dominated the Premier League, winning four of the five titles between 93 and 97. Central to that success was their domineering and relentless midfielder from Ireland. Keane’s drive, determination and all-round excellence established him as the best midfielder in the country. When Eric Cantona suddenly retired in 1997, Keane was named United captain by Alex

Arsenal 2021-22 Premier League Season Preview

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Will this be the season Mikel Arteta finally gets the best out of Arsenal? The Spanish coach has endured a rough time at the club since his arrival, yet he always remained positive that improvements will come with patience and perseverance. Now the overwhelming sensation around the club is that it’s time to push on, as the Gunners look to improve their status in the Premier League. No matter whether attending matches at the Emirates or following the team from afar, Arsenal fans are amongst the most vocal in the world, full of enthusiastic praise or frustrated criticism depending on the circumstances. Looking ahead to the 2021-22 Premier League season, they will undoubtedly be expecting much better compared to recent campaigns. Premier

Arsene Wenger’s three best Arsenal moments

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Arsenal lost their previous two Premier League matches against Wolves and Aston Villa. Mikel Arteta’s side will hope to bounce back when they will host Leeds United this weekend.  This Premier League match at the Emirates Stadium seems a good opportunity to get the Top offers for online betting fans. Availing these bonuses is easy, and one only needs to complete a few steps for completing the registration and enjoy betting.  1- The 2004 Invincibles  In terms of trophies, Manchester United, Manchester City, and Chelsea have been the more successful side than Arsenal in recent times. However, none of these great sides have been able to match the Gunners’ 2004 Invincibles record.  Wenger’s side went the entire 2003-04 season without losing a game, with

Arsenal’s Three Most Iconic Players!

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The Gunners brought the foreign invasion to the English shores and refined the Premier League era with the Invincibles. They've got style class and they play the beautiful game the way purists demanded it should be played. From boring Arsenal to lifting trophies at Highbury, the support is waiting for the true glory to return, the Gunners remain proud. The list of stars that have faithfully turned out in the red and white is long and lustrous. The club earned their trophies and fame on the back of a combination of leg breakers and magic makers and no three players represent it better. Here is my list of the true icons that define Arsenal Football Club. Arsenal Legends Tony Adams Adams was the king