Alexis Sanchez is reknowed for his incredible workrate, but does that compensate for his foibles?
The FA Cup, as of writing it seems the most likely avenue of ending Arsenal’s current trophy drought. However The FA Cup simply does not hold much personal importance for me. Let me explain as best as I can.
There are players that can improve us, but if you’re going all in you’d better be talking about Messi or Ronaldo—admittely an exaggeration—but I don’t see a point in paying over the odds for a marginal improvement.
Referee Hometown Philip Dowd Stoke-on-Trent Mike Dean Wirral Mark Clattenburg Consett, County Durham Martin Atkinson Bradford Howard Webb Rotterham, Yorkshire Anthony Taylor Wythenshawe, Greater Manchester Neil Swarbrick Preston, Lancashire, Lee Probert South Gloucestershire Michael Oliver Ashington, Northumberland Jonathan Moss Sunderland Lee Mason Bolton Andre Marriner Birmingham Robert Madley Wakefield, West Yorkshire Michael J. Jones Chester […]
We are much better than previous seasons, and we can win the league of course. Yet to pretend that we are this all conquering, swashbuckling team able to swat aside all comers is ludicrous. There are arguably 2 teams with a better starting 11 than Arsenal and at least 3 with a better 25.
My financial support usually extends to my red membership, waiting list fees and about 7 home games maybe more depending on our cup runs, and some Arsenal branded merchandise. But not this season, not yet…
Away from the Premier League and Arsenal, we head to San Sebastián, Spain to take a look at a low budget but technically brilliant La Liga Clash.
As we move into the new season, Arsenal have lost a proven goalscorer but should gooners be pessimistic about the coming seasons or is there reason to be optimistic.