Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini believes that only a succession of injuries are preventing the club from fulfilling its potential and ‘achieving something big’, the Daily Mail has reported.
The North London club have struggled for consistency this season, winning seven, drawing five and losing four in the their 16 Premier League games so far, leaving them in sixth place, two points behind West Ham United in fourth.
They have not ...More
According to ESPN, Arsenal have invited former midfielder Gilberto Silva to joined the club’s coaching staff, and the Brazilian is said to be considering the offer.
A regular in the midfield of the “Invincibles” Arsenal team that went the entire Premier League season unbeaten in 2003/04, Gilberto would be keen on renewing acquaintances with the London club when his playing career is officially at an end.
“I have had an invitation, y...More
After Arsenal were drawn with French Ligue One side AS Monaco, club secretary David Miles has admitted he’s very pleased with the outcome, reports Sky Sports.
The Gunners have been knocked out of the competition to elite opposition in the last few seasons, losing to German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich in the last two campaigns, and AC Milan and Barcelona (twice) before that. Their draw against a misfiring AS Monaco side will prese...More
Olivier Giroud has rejected the suggestion that Arsenal have an easy Champions League draw after the Premier League club were paired with Ligue 1 outfit Monaco, ESPN has reported.
The Gunners qualified for the first knockout round of the competition as runners-up to Borussia Dortmund in Group D, while Monaco topped C, despite scoring only four goals in their six fixtures.
It was said in some quarters that by avoiding the likes of Re...More
Thierry Henry, Arsenal’s record goal scorer, a World Cup winner with France and Champions League winner with Barcelona, has announced his retirement from playing, ESPN has reported.
Henry, who last played in the MLS for New York Red Bulls, is to join Sky Sports as a pundit but has suggested in the past that he would take up a role in club football, and hinted at that ambition remaining.
“I still think I can give a lot to the game,” ...More
Manchester City will face Barcelona while Arsenal meet Monaco and Chelsea play Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League Round of 16, following the draw at UEFA headquarters in Nyon.
City played Barcelona at the same point of last year’s competition and lost both legs, going down to a 2-0 defeat at home through a Lionel Messi penalty and a Dani Alves goal, with Barca sealing progression with a 2-1 win at Camp Nou in the return meet...More
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