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.
Arsenal's surge up the league table has taught us all a lesson worth remembering
Arsenal must harness the frustration of years gone by if they hope to edge past Sam Allardyce's orc hordes.
It certainly wasn’t Arsenal’s most polished performance of the year but there was enough about the team on Monday night to earn the three points against a typically industrial West Bromwich Albion side. Despite taking a first-half lead through Alexandre Lacazette, the Gunners were fortunate to be ahead at the break given the quality of … Continue reading Quality the difference as Arsenal edge past obdurate West Bromwich Albion
Consistency is an exasperatingly elusive beast but Arsenal must find a way to capture it if they are going to kick on from their draw at Chelsea last Sunday. Their bid to do just that begins on Monday night when they welcome West Bromwich Albion to the Emirates, with an opportunity to build a little … Continue reading Visit of West Bromwich Albion is a chance for Arsenal to build much-needed momentum
Any lingering hope that the Arsenal squad might give it one final push, a last effort to lead a late charge for their manager disappeared into nothingness today. The game is finally up. The end of an era is fast approaching. It doesn’t seem to matter what Arsene does anymore, he simply can’t his team … Continue reading Was defeat at West Brom enough to finally convince Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal?
Arsenal travel to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday in search of three points and some much-needed momentum, something that has proven as frustratingly elusive as the Scarlet Pimpernel in recent times. Since the turn of the year, the Gunners have been, to put it mildly, staggeringly inconsistent – typically following a good performance or two … Continue reading Battle at West Brom will be a barometer for the remainder of Arsenal’s season
Arsenal welcome West Bromwich Albion to the Emirates on Boxing Day at the start of a run of games in which they cannot afford to drop a single point. It’s fair to say we have seldom struggled against West Bromwich at home – the last time they triumphed at the Emirates was a 3-2 win … Continue reading Boxing Day visit of West Brom is the first day of the rest of Arsenal’s season