Most pleasing of all was the way a series of peripheral players came into the side and carried on with the same intensity and intent as their first-team colleagues.
It's a game that will hardly go down as a classic, much more a routine win
Like Samson without his hair, Auba had spent months toiling alone up front or on the left in a team, powerless to affect games and unable to do anything with the scraps he was given.
We discuss who should stay and who needs to go in the aftermath of Arsenal's 4-1 defeat to Manchester City.
Five reasons to be cheerful after Arsenal’s 2-1 win over Blackpool in Wednesday night’s Carabao Cup clash at the Emirates: 1: Emile Smith Rowe The starlet added another goal to his tally for the club and earned a few more minutes to boot. Although there is much still to do before the youngster realises his … Continue reading A handful of reasons to be happy with Arsenal’s victory over Blackpool
Nothing will change at Arsenal until the manager leaves. A simple summary but an apt one after a pathetic Carabao Cup performance in which Arsenal were utterly powerless against a Manchester City side that ground them into the dust. City pressed high and hard, as so many have done this season, and Arsenal time and … Continue reading Carabao Cup final: Nothing will change at Arsenal until the manager leaves.
If Arsenal approach Sunday’s Carabao Cup final in anything like the same way they did against Ostersund they face humiliation. Where the plucky Swedes were able to score two goals and fashion opportunities enough for a few more, Manchester City are more than capable of scoring half-a-dozen and putting the game beyond the Gunners inside … Continue reading Practicality must prevail if Arsenal hope to overcome Manchester City in Carabao Cup showpiece