Former Arsenal FC captain Mikel Arteta has hanged his playing boots and will be taking up a coaching role at Manchester City.
On the 10th of June, all the Premier League sides handed in their lists pertaining to the squad members for the following season. Some of the high-profile names to face the axe were Kolo Toure, Victor Valdes and Emmanuel Adebayor.
Alex Iwobi is the latest academy graduate from Arsenal’s Hale End Academy and one the Gunners will be looking to rely on in the coming seasons. TheHardTackle profiles the Nigerian teenager, whose unique style of play and intelligence has seen him emerge as this season’s breakthrough teenager.
The January transfer window is upon us, and it could provide an opportunity for some top Premier League clubs to offload players who are simply not in contention for regular game time. We take a look at the one player each of the top premier league clubs could be looking to get rid of soon.
Arsenal FC fans were incandescent with rage over the performance of captain Mikel Arteta against West Brom on Saturday, while supporters also expressed their worry after Francis Coquelin was forced off with an injury With Arsène Wenger’s side ravaged by injuries, the last thing he would have wanted was one of his key players getting injured. Unfortunately for Gunners fans, that is precisely what happened. Defensive midfielder Francis Coquelin was replaced by Mikel Arteta in the 14th minute of the match after picking up a muscle injury, with Wenger later revealing that his injury was ‘more severe’ than the Spaniard’s. However, the former Everton midfielder had an afternoon to forget, conceding the free-kick that led to West Brom’s equaliser, scoring an own goal to put Tony Pulis’ men in the lead, before being substituted himself just after half time with a calf injury. Arsenal FC fans furious with Arteta, worried about Coquelin The Gunners’ supporters were understandably angry with […]
Arsenal FC missed the opportunity to go top of the Premier League, falling to a 2-1 defeat to Tony Pulis' West Bromwich Albion side at the Hawthorns, with Santi Cazorla missing a great opportunity to salvage a point from the penalty spot
Arsenal FC host Everton, knowing that a win would take them on top temporarily as leaders Manchester City travel to Old Trafford to take on Manchester United. The Gunners will be without the injured Aaron Ramsey as well as captain Mikel Arteta for the game, with defender Gabriel set to return.
The Gunners have been fortunate enough to not lose any player to injury during the international break and a couple of first-team players also return to the squad following spells on the sidelines.
Arsenal FC manager Arsene Wenger has given updates on his team ahead of the crunch clash against Manchester United on Sunday.
Arsene Wenger's Arsenal FC will host Greek side Olympiakos tonight at the Emirates stadium in the second match of Champions League group stage and the manager has given updates on his players ahead of the clash.