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Henry signs for Barca

Why Fabregas and Nasri will NOT stay at Arsenal

Wenger has announced today that Cesc and Samir are staying. Well, cancel the street parties because they won’t be here next season, despite his statement. The press and my fellow bloggers have leapt upon it as though the matter is settled,
Gary Cahill of Bolton

Tight Wenger risks losing out in the transfer market

Wenger needs to remove his head from his Arsenal and take a leaf from Sir Alex’s book. Ferguson decided he needed a goalkeeper, defender and winger this summer. By the end of June he’d signed Phil Jones, Ashley Young and David
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Bored of transfer rumours? Let’s play guess the celeb!

So Fabregas is going. Or he’s staying. But Nasri is definitely going. Or he’s staying. And we’re definitely buying Alvarez. Or he’s going to Inter. And it’s a fact that Clichy’s going to Liverpool… Paris St Germain… Roma… zzzzzzzzzzzzz For fucks
Cesc Fabregas, captain of Arsenal

Barca president compares Fabregas to an old banger

In an embarrassing outburst of amateur psychology, Barca President Sandro Rosell made a bizarre claim in his latest efforts to unsettle our captain and prise him from north London on the cheap: “If last summer we offered 40m euros (£35.1m) for
Samir Nasri playing for Arsenal

‘Project Youth’ will drive out our best players

If you refuse to add experienced players to a young, spineless squad incapable of winning trophies is it any wonder your best players want to leave? Nasri and Clichy are the latest players to want out according to BBC Sport. We
Carl Jenkinson signs for Arsenal

Liverpool spend £20m, Utd spend £17m & we spend… £1m

Today’s signings have reinforced my view that we will continue to lose ground on our rivals because of a flawed transfer strategy. How are we going to compete on the pitch if we aren’t prepared to compete off it? I’m not

Wilshere proves he’s too good for moaning Pearce’s U21s

A tired Jack Wilshere still turned in a Man of the Match display for England this afternoon to hopefully shut Pearce up after the U21 manager whined that Wilshere had withdrawn from his precious U21 squad. Young Jack proved he is
Thierry Henry - Arsenal legend

Man Utd 2008 side voted better than our Invincibles

The current 20 Premiership managers were asked who the greatest team of the decade was and they voted for Fergie’s side of 2008 ahead of our Invincibles of 2004, once more proving that we still don’t get enough credit for our

Statistics prove we’re going nowhere with Project Youth

2006/7 was our first season at the Emirates and the first season of Project Youth. We ended up with 68 points, finished 4th and lost 2-1 in the Carling Cup final with a young team which had “massive potential” according to

Wilshere left out of U-21 squad

Jack Wilshere has been left out of the U-21 squad for this summer’s European Championships in Denmark. Apparently Wilshere himself has declared himself too tired to play and thankfully Stuart Pearce has seen sense and let him off. Pearce should’ve realised