Posts Tagged ‘Arsenal’

Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has spoken of his hope for Danny Welbeck’s return from injury in time for the Gunners’ title collapse next season.

Arsenal fans attending the club’s final game of the season are planning to lend their full support to the players and manager Arsène Wenger – a stunning protest that is sure to send shockwaves through the corridors of power at Highbury House.

Arsène Wenger still believes that his Arsenal side can end the season as Premier League champions, according to a bottle of whisky he drank on Saturday night.

The barely recognisable ghost of legendary Arsenal manager Bertie Mee has thrown his none too considerable weight behind the campaign to remove Arsène Wenger from the Emirates Stadium hot seat, it has emerged today.

All twenty Premier League clubs have come together to issue a joint statement defending their decision to accompany a £30 cap on away match tickets with a minimum booking fee of £30.

Representatives for Preston North End have revealed their shock at being invited to join American billionaire Charlie Stillitano’s proposed European Super League, and have said that they would welcome any move that would see them restored to world football’s top table.

Arsenal have emailed their season ticket holders explaining that they will have to pay an extra charge next season for roughly sixteen percent of their souls.

Arsenal have confirmed via social media their plan to replace the iconic Arsenal Clock with a meter showing how close manager Arsène Wenger is to being sacked.

With the January transfer window about to blow open, we look at who could be going where over the next few weeks

The Premier League has officially unveiled its Fourth Place Trophy, following years of campaigning to have it introduced by Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger.

Arsenal are today celebrating their qualification and inescapable first knockout round exit from the Champions League following their 3-0 victory at Greek side Olympiacos.

From the moment a ball was first kicked in anger, football has been constantly evolving, until finally becoming the financial and emotional behemoth we know and love today. Here, we look at the most defining moments over the course of the last 150 years.