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Arsene Wenger asks fans not to blame Olivier Giroud for Arsenal's UCL crash

Friday February 27 2015,

Tags: English Premier League, Arsenal, Arsene Wenger, Olivier Giroud,

Giroud missed key opportunities against Monaco during the Gunners' disastrous Champions League match on Wednesday, which made fans destroy the 28-year old striker.
Once again, Arsene Wenger asks mercy for one of his players. Following Arsenal's appalling display on Wednesday night against Monaco, Le Prof tried to shift the focus of criticism away from Olivier Giroud, who was blamed by most of the Gunners' fans for their UEFA Champions League disappointing display.

"He had his chances and he missed them, but on the night everything went against us....

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Thierry Henry gunning for Wenger's spot

Friday February 27 2015,

Tags: Thierry Henry, Arsene Wenger, Arsenal, English Premier League

With many calling for the Arsenal boss to resign, Henry admitted he would love to succeed the French manager.
Thierry Henry's legendary status at Arsenal has already been cemented, literally, The club's all-time leading scorer with 228 goals, the 37-year-old has a statue at the Emirates to forever treasure his contribution to the club.

One of the world's most feared striker back in his Arsenal days, the former France striker won numerous trophies and accolades whilst in north London, claiming two English...

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Wenger: We were suicidal defensively

Wednesday February 25 2015,

Tags: Arsene Wenger, Per Mertesacker, Arsenal, Monaco, UEFA Champions League

The Arsenal boss congratulated Monaco for their win, but lamented his side's defense as the culprit behind their embarrassing 3-1 loss.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger gave an honest assessment of his side's defense after their Champions League round of 16 clash with Monaco came to a wrap, labeling his back four as “suicidal”.

The Gunners welcomed the Ligue 1 side to the Emirates on Wednesday tipped as favorites to grab all three points from the game. However, they fell to a humiliating 3-1 home loss after an abysmal...

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Arsenal vs AS Monaco: What stats and facts tell about Wenger's chances

Wednesday February 25 2015,

Tags: Arsene Wenger, Arsenal, AS Monaco, UEFA Champions League

Will this be the season Le Prof finally guides Arsenal past the Champions League round of 16? See what the stats say.
Arsenal in the Champions League is a matter of how far the club can reach rather than whether the Gunners have a shot at lifting the title this season. This is a sad, yet undeniable truth for the club's loyal supporters.

In the tournament's 22-year history, the club have never once clinched the trophy. They did, however, come achingly close back in 2005 when they reached the final, only to lose...

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Wenger talks Sanchez and latest Wilshere smoking scandal ahead of Spurs match

Read what the Arsenal boss had to say about Jack Wilshere and the shisha controversy.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has defended Jack Wilshere, insisting that the English playmaker is not a smoker, after the 23-year-old found himself embroiled in yet another smoking controversy.

An image of Wilshere surfaced on social media on Wednesday of him holding a shisha pipe after initially being posted on Instagram, which was immediately taken down, sparking outrage from the Gunners faithful. 


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No Sanchez, no problem: Reactions after Arsenal cruise past Aston Villa 5-0

The Gunners easily powered past their hapless opponents despite the absence of Chilean star Alexis Sanchez.
Earlier today, Arsene Wenger's men took on Aston Villa, a team that has been shockingly bad this season. In fact, Paul Lambert's side have scored just 11 goals since the start of the 2014/2015 Premier League campaign.

Mind you, there are several players--Diego Costa, Sergio Aguero and Alexis Sanchez--who all have scored more times than Lambert's entire squad.

Anyway, currently out of...

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TRANSFER REPORT: Why Arsenal are now favorites to sign Marco Reus

According to the latest transfer rumors, the Borussia Dortmund attacker will snub all bids in favor of a move to the north London side.
Although Marco Reus' chances of sealing a transfer before the January window shuts close on Monday are nil, the German ace is highly tipped to dominate the upcoming summer window.

The Borussia Dortmund attacker has quickly grown into one of Europe's most idolized and most feared attackers, and with his reported €25m release clause activating next summer, you can expect the biggest clubs...

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Arsenal agree £15m Paulista deal, but will a work permit delay his Emirates arrival?

Villarreal revealed via Twitter that they have reached an agreement with the Gunners over the transfer of the Brazilian center-back, but how long will the north London side have to wait before seeing him in an Arsenal shirt?
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has provided what he had promised to the fans, that is diving into the January transfer market and signing a center-back to help strengthen their frail defense.

The Gunners have been light in this department this season, with their only three recognized center-backs Laurent Koscielny, Per Mertesacker, and Calum Chambers suffering numerous injuries and suspensions throughout...

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GUNNERS RELOADED? Arsenal’s missed chances at signing superstars

Coach Arsene Wenger has been a fan of developing young talent. 19 years after taking over the club, he knows Arsenal’s starting XI could be much different
It has been 11 years since Arsenal last hoisted the trophy as the Premier League champions. Over the course of the club’s history, its coach Arsene Wenger has been in charge of three (1998, 2002, 2004) of the club’s 13 titles.

Since then, the Gunners mostly aspire to end up in the top-five of what many consider the best league in the world. Their roster is made up mostly of young...

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Arsenal's captain Mikel Arteta will be out for three months after surgery

The Spanish midfielder hasn't played for the Gunners since November, making his future uncertain since his contract ends this season.
Mikel Arteta's stint with Arsenal may come to an end abruptly, since the Spanish midfielder came down with an injury to his calf. Arsenal's captain has not been able to play for the Gunners since November, and since his contract with the team ends this season, his future will have to be sorted out with him on the sidelines.

Coach Arsene Wenger revealed the reasons why Arteta will be out of commission.


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TRANSFER SPECULATION: Arsene Wenger to plot double swoop to bolster squad?

Wednesday January 14 2015,

Tags: Arsene Wenger, Arsenal, English Premier League

According to reports, the Gunners boss could sign two new players to help re-inforce the squad this winter.
According to reports, Arsene Wenger is seeking to sign not one, but two new players this January in an attempt to further improve the squad.

Injuries have robbed the Gunners of Mathieu Debuchy due to a dislocated shoulder and Laurent Koscielny has been struggling with an Achilles tendon issue.

And the troubles are not just with the defense. In midfield, Jack Wilshere is still battling...

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Arsene Wenger fined and suspended goalkeeper Szczesny after disciplinary incident

The Polish goalkeeper was found smoking in the team's showers, forcing Wenger to fine the player and drop him of the team that faced Hull City on Sunday.
It seems Arsene Wenger grew tired of Wojciech Szczesny's antics on and off the pitch, deciding to fine him and suspend him for at least one game. Sources indicate Le Prof caught the player smoking while he was taking a shower after their 2-0 loss to Southampton, prompting Wenger to take disciplinary action on the player. 

Szczesny's performance against Southampton was rather disappointing...

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Arsene Wenger not worried Alexis Sanchez will burn out

After playing 84 minutes of Arsenal's 2-0 home win over Hull City in the FA Cup third round, the French manager brushed away fears of fatigue for the Chilean attacker.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has brushed away any fears that Chilean attacker Alexis Sanchez will burn out due to the number of games he has been called upon to play in this term, claiming to be hopeful that the former Barcelona man will be able to keep up his energy level all season.

The Gunners boss made these comments after his side steamrolled past Hull City in the FA Cup third round encounter...

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Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil ready to “finally return to the field”

Friday January 2 2015,

Tags: Mesut Ozil, Arsene Wenger, Arsenal, English Premier League

After spending three months on the sidelines with a serious knee injury, the German playmaker revealed to Bild that he is ready to make his comeback for the Gunners.
After spending three months on the sidelines with a serious knee injury, Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil reveals he is ready to make his comeback for the Gunners and aid their English Premier League and Champions League campaign.

Suffering a crack in his left knee during the north London side’s 2-0 defeat to Chelsea back in September of last year, the former Real Madrid midfielder spoke with...

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Wenger: Southampton loss a “self-inflicted defeat”

After the 2-0 defeat to the Saints on Thursday, there was nothing the Arsenal boss could do but joke, YES, joke about his own defense.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes his own side was at fault for their demise in Thursday’s disappointing 2-0 loss to Southampton, claiming the defeat was “self-inflicted”.

A horrendous performance from the Gunners’ defense, French center-back Laurent Koscielny in particular, and goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny saw the north London side drop three points and fall further...

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Wenger: Players should be punished after games for diving

With the spotlight shining down on diving in the English Premier League, the Arsenal boss believes players should be given punishment after games for simulation.
With much debate going on in the English Premier League surrounding diving, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has aired his views on the topic, calling for the FA to hand out punishment after games to players for simulation.

Chelsea’s Diego Costa, Willian, and Garry Cahill have all come under criticism by the media for diving this season, with Arsenal’s very own Alexis Sanchez being accused...

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"I was surprised": Arsenal boss Wenger's INTERESTING observation following win over West Ham

Despite winning the game 2-1, the Gunners boss still expressed his surprise at some of the referee's decisions.
After a somewhat topsy-turvy campaign, Arsenal finished out 2014 with a crucial win over West Ham.

The Gunners, who last season at one point were leading the charts before a mid-term implosion that saw them have to settle for fourth, are hoping to again finish in the top spots in order to secure Champions League football for next season.

At the present, though, the London giants are in...

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NO LEADERSHIP: Arsene Wenger SLAMS his own players after recent results

Wednesday December 24 2014,

Tags: Arsenal, Arsene Wenger, English Premier League

The Gunners coach is still seething after his side's throwing away a 2-1 lead against a 10-man Liverpool.
Following their last-minute concession against Liverpool this past weekend, Arsenal were slammed by fans and the media alike.

The Gunners were leading 2-1 against a 10-man Liverpool side until Martin Skrtel popped up with a vital equalizer to deny them from earning all three points.

And now, Arsene Wenger, who has been himself the subject of some criticism has come out to slate his own...

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The pic that left Arsenal fans FUMING: Mertesacker ducking for Liverpool’s equalizer

The Gunners faithful were not pleased to see their vice-captain duck out of the way for Martin Skrtel's 97th minute header.
On Sunday, north London side Arsenal let another lead slip, dropped another two points, as the Gunners returned from their clash with Liverpool with a 2-2 draw.

Despite going down first to a Philippe Coutinho opener on the stroke of half-time, Arsenal drew level immediately after, and took a 2-1 lead in the 64th minute thanks to an Olivier Giroud goal.

Wenger’s side look destined...

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ENTERTAINING: Best reactions, trolls after Liverpool 2-2 Arsenal

Fans and the media reacted after Arsenal let their lead slip against a 10-man Liverpool.
Earlier today, Liverpool and Arsenal faced off in what was a crunch clash for both sides at Anfield.

After the first 45, both the Reds and the Gunners were level with one goal a piece. However, Arsenal fans thought that their team had finally made a breakthrough after Olivier Giroud's 64th minute goal and were going to depart with a much-needed win in hand.

Until in just a few minutes...

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