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How can the Gunners replace Wenger?

Arsenal Oct 14, 2014
1 day ago

Arsenal fan bakes Arsene Wenger an extra special birthday cake

What with Arsene Wenger turning 65 on Wednesday, one Arsenal fan went out of his way to mark Le Professeur's big day by making him an extra special personalised birthday cake.

For those who have always longed to see Wenger's image recreated using nothing but sponge cake, several kilograms of icing and a subtle artistic hand, this one's for you.

Uncanny. And not at all creepy...

1 day ago

Player ratings: Gibbs, Sanchez and subs star for Arsenal

Arsenal notched two goals in the dying embers of the match as Kieran Gibbs and Lukas Podolski propelled the Gunners to a 2-1 win over Anderlecht.

Arsene Wenger's 65th birthday present arrived late, but he won't mind one bit. The Arsenal manager got the three points he was after as the Gunners grabbed two goals in the final two minutes to snatch victory from Anderlecht.

After Andy Najar had headed beyond reserve goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez, the Belgian champions had looked set to win their first Champions League match in 11 games. However, Kieran Gibbs and Lukas Podolski struck to turn the tie around and give Arsenal a vital result.


1 day ago

Three Points: Anderlecht vs. Arsenal

Arsenal notched two goals in the dying embers of the match as Kieran Gibbs and Lukas Podolski propelled the Gunners to a 2-1 win over Anderlecht.

Three quick thoughts from Arsenal's come-from-behind, injury-time 2-1 win over Anderlecht on Wednesday night.

1. Happy birthday, Arsene

Arsene Wenger said recently that Arsenal's results do not match their performances, and that was certainly the case against Anderlecht. On a night when the manager turned 65, he was given the gift of three points that his side scarcely deserved, as it beat the young Belgian side with two big late goals.

In that, there's no denying Arsenal showed some character...

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2 days ago

Manuel Pellegrini wants Mesut Ozil as Man City plans for life after Toure

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has reportedly ordered his board to make a 32 million pound move for Mesut Ozil in January as the Citizens plan for life without Yaya Toure.

The window might be closed, but Transfer Talk never sleeps! Today, we turn our attention to Arsenal's troubled German star...

City target Ozil as Toure replacement

Speculation that Arsenal ace Mesut Ozil wants to leave the Emirates continues to abound in the British press. Just a week after the 26-year-old had to deny reports that linked him with a move to Bayern Munich, another story has surfaced claiming that a move to Premier League champions Manchester City is on the cards.

Metro say that City...

2 days ago

Arsenal hope inexperienced backline holds together vs. Anderlecht

With Wojciech Szczesny suspended and backup David Ospina out with an injury, Emiliano Martinez is due to start in net for Arsenal for their Champions League clash with Anderlecht.

Ahead of Wednesday's Champions League clash with Anderlecht, Arsene Wenger has some decisions to make about his defence.

Without the suspended Wojciech Szczesny and the injured David Ospina, the Arsenal manager will hand a Champions League debut to Emiliano Martinez, and may end up using one of the most inexperienced back lines he's ever fielded for a game that wasn't a dead rubber.

Calum Chambers is available again after his weekend suspension, and the decision Wenger has to make is where to play...

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3 days ago

Blame for woes of Arsenal and Liverpool lie at managers' feet

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley sounds off on Arsene Wenger's lack of accountability, discusses Sunderland's disgraceful loss to Southampton and congratulates Sergio Aguero on joining some elite company with his four-goal game.

Arsene Wenger was ratty and dismissive, Brendan Rodgers apologetic yet defensive. Both had their reasons to be so. Arsenal and Liverpool had made injury-time escapes at the weekend, and neither manager was willing to explain why his team had got itself into such a mess.

A year ago this week, Arsenal topped the Premier League and Liverpool were just behind in third, before the collapse of a thrilling late-season run left them just short of champion Manchester City. This season, for both, has been...