It has been 12 years since Arsenal managed to pull off the undefeated season and win the Premier League title, becoming the first team to be able to do so in the PL era and the second team overall in the top tier of English football.
The second-meanest defence so far in the Premier League, the most goals scored and a striker who is at the peak of his powers, are Chelsea ready to go through the season unbeaten? Never biased, us here at TheHardTackle look at what could work for them and what could snap that dream
This is an analysis of previous seasons under Arsene where the team has been successful only when at least three men have fired in the goals for the club. Based on this thumb-rule, we look at the current season and search for the top three goal-scorers in the team.
From The First Invincible - Dennis Bergkamp joining Arsenal in 1995 to Gael Clichy - The Last Invincible leaving the club in 2011, it has been a complete circle of 16 years at Arsenal, end of an era. As Clichy leaves The Emirates for suitably greener pastures, we thank him for his contribution to the club. All the best, Clichy!
The Arsenal Team under Arsene has predominantly been a counter-attacking force except for the last few years when the formation was changed. This is an analysis of what the team misses and how it can get back the glory days.
Arsene Wenger, after "delivering" yet another trophyless season, is surely in the middle of the biggest quandary of his life. Should he continue to play with his philosophy or change things at the club? Things can only get better with Arsenal. Here's an analysis of the situation at the club.
We are at the business end of the season and with only nine games left to play for every team, the title race is still quite open. Arsenal are five points behind league leaders Manchester United but with a game in hand and also an encounter left to happen at The Emirates on the 1st of May. TheHardTackle previews Arsenal's chances and options before this crucial run-in.
The legend of Bobby enchanted the Arsenal fans for 6 years, making him of the greatest player to have ever played for Arsenal. This is a tribute to the master, the ever-smiling and enchanting Frenchman. Our THT Hero is Robert Pires.