Sure, a two-point cushion is nice, but have you tried a five-point cushion? That's the question for Mikel Arteta's Arsenal to mull this weekend as they host Leeds at the Emirates on Sunday, a day after Tottenham travel to Anfield. Nothing can ever be taken for granted in the Premier League, as well we know, … Continue reading Opportunity knocks for Arsenal as Leeds come to town
How many of us saw three straight wins coming after the abject defeat at Southampton in April?
The Gunners travel to St Mary’s on Saturday and if they are to avoid a drama turning into a crisis, they must find a way to reinforce their struggling midfield.
Before the international break, Arsenal fans were jubilant, full of hope and in the finest voice I’ve witnessed for a good many years. It was a good time to be a Gunner.
How long has it been since we've had an @Arsenal fanbase so galvanised and unified in purpose behind the team? #AVLARS
It's Brendan Rogers' capricious Leicester side on Sunday, offering another chance for @Arsenal to cement their European credentials.
While our rivals for the European places have toiled and floundered, they have opened doors for an Arsenal side that looks poised to capitalise.
While there may yet be a corner to turn for Nketiah – young as he is – we have to play the hand we currently hold and, right now, it’s not a particularly strong one.
Anything we can do before than, even a loan, could be enormously beneficial...
From one of the worst performances of Mikel Arteta’s tenure to one of the best – it is as maddening as it is joyful.