Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere believes the Gunners finishing second in the Premier League could be the platform to push for the title in 2015/16. The England international says Arsenal’s 2015 form is proof they can challenge the best for the league crown, reports Sky Sports.
A recent 3-1 win against Hull City saw Arsenal enjoy their eight victory in their last nine Premier League games, and boosted their chances of a top-two fi...More
According to Sky Sports, African’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, is interested in buying Arsenal. The Nigerian business is reportedly worth £10Bn, and has been linked with the London club years ago when a former director sold her shares in 2010.
Stan Kroenke, who is the club’s majority shareholder, has no intention to cut his ties with Arsenal. Neither does Alisher Usmanov, who has a 30% stake in the side. The Gunners are certainly ...More
Former England international Phil Neville believes Arsenal aren’t far away from a genuine Premier League title challenge, BBC Sport has reported, the ex-Manchester United and Everton defender pinpointing the goalkeeper’s position as a crucial area to improve.
Arsenal are currently third in the table behind already-crowned champions Chelsea, drawing level on points with last year’s title winners Manchester City by virtue of their 3...More
Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez scored twice against Hull City, as the Gunners earned all three points at the KC Stadium, while confirming their place in next season’s Champions League competition, reports Sky Sports.
Arsene Wenger’s men didn’t have it all their own way, but some first-half fortune and qualify football on display proved to be the decisive difference to earn the London outfit a valuable three points in their pursuit...More
Hull City will be aiming for a third consecutive victory to further aid their chances of staying up when they take on Arsenal, whose eyes are firmly on the runners-up spot.
Wins for Sunderland, Leicester City and Aston Villa meant that results over the weekend could hardly have gone worse for the Tigers, but they have given themselves a wonderful chance of surviving by beating Crystal Palace and Liverpool in their last two outings...More
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted that midfielder Jack Wilshere needs a prolonged period without sustaining an injury before he is able to return to his best form, writes BBC Sport.
The 23-year-old has not featured for the first team since November, when he was forced off with an ankle problem during the 2-1 home defeat to Manchester United. The injury required surgery and has plagued him ever since, with his return delay...More
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