A look at Arsenal's Post Transfer Performance

A look at Arsenal's Post Transfer Performance

When it comes to Arsenal, there is always a lot of pressure on the team to be able to perform well. With the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil being some of the star signings over the previous years, the squad just can’t seem to hit the expectations that they have. Whether this is a managerial issue with Arsene Wenger not willing to spend more money on new signings over the various transfer windows, or whether there’s a lack …
Arturo Vidal: The Final Piece In Wenger’s jigsaw?

Arturo Vidal: The Final Piece In Wenger’s jigsaw?

Ten years of transfer activity failed to pay dividends for Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, in the search to replace talismanic midfield enforcer Patrick Vieira. Club legend Vieira helped his side to an array of title and cup wins, and the player was a driving force behind the famous ‘Invincibles’ of the 2003-04 campaign. Wenger has attempted to fill the void with a number of recruits, all to no avail, but recent reports suggest that the Arsenal boss may finally have …
How the Cech signing effects Arsenal's other goalkeepers

How the Cech signing effects Arsenal's other goalkeepers

At the time of writing, Petr Cech signing for Arsenal has not been conformed yet, but every media outlet, including the BBC and David Ornstein, is reporting that this deal is happening.  Arsenal are signing a world class goalkeeper and this should be a big signing and have a big impact on their possible title challenge.  Arsenal fans have been clamouring for a World Class goalkeeper for years and this signing should make them very happy. The signing of Cech has …
Wenger Can Silence Critics With Sanchez and Debuchy Deals

Wenger Can Silence Critics With Sanchez and Debuchy Deals

The familiar signs are there for Arsenal fans. The list of players that have now moved to top-four Premier League clubs (and United) now includes Sagna, Fernando, Lallana, Lambert, Can, Fabregas, Costa, Herrera, and Shaw. From having to look at golden boy Cesc Fabregas holding up a Chelsea shirt to watching  Wenger playing beach football at Copacabana, it would look like the Gunners are reverting back to their old habits of last minute transfer dealings, 4th place trophies and a …