After a slightly stressful festive period and third round of the FA Cup, it was nice for Arsenal not to need a late goal from Olivier Giroud to bail them out again as they comprehensively beat Swansea on Saturday. The 4-0 win will have been an eye-opener for Paul Clement as he begins the task … More A stroll in Swansea moves Arsenal back into the top four
Firstly, an apology for a lack of blog after the West Brom win. I picked up a rather un-classy illness over Christmas so was unable to write anything after the game. Normal order has been restored though, and it comes with something extraordinary to write about. Through a combination of the opposition and the injuries … More Giroud’s magnificence moves Arsenal into the top three
Even though Stoke City have signed a few more ‘flair’ players in recent times, there remains a horrible side to them as a team, and because of a section of their fans, as a club. Supporters singing ‘Aaron Ramsey, he walks with a limp’, goes beyond a bit of terrace banter and is just taking … More Arsenal recover from another penalty to beat snide Stoke
Arsene Wenger made six changes for the game with Basel from the weekend win at West Ham, but it was a much stronger side than expected for a game that seemed like a dead rubber. I didn’t expect to see Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez in the line-up, but they both were in from the … More Arsenal’s strong selection pays off as Ludogorets stun PSG
There is still plenty for Arsenal to work on after the win over Hull City on Saturday, but it is impossible to not be pleased with a 4-1 win away from home, especially following a tough midweek away trip in the Champions League. The Gunners were aided by Hull going to down to ten men … More Hull eventually hammered as Arsenal begin to find form
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After losing to Watford and Barcelona, a short turnaround to face Everton at Goodison Park probably wasn’t high on the list of things Arsenal wanted to do at the end of a challenging week. Despite the Toffees’ struggles at home this season, they went into the game off the back of a stirring performance in … More Welbeck and Iwobi get Arsenal back to winning ways
As much as there was a small part of me that did think the improbable was possible, Arsenal were realistically never going to overturn the 2-0 deficit going to the Nou Camp to face Barcelona. All that could be gained was some confidence and some momentum to take into the league after a wretched run … More Clinical Barcelona punish Arsenal’s profligacy