Arsene Wenger has named his ideal back-three players.

Wenger Settles on Ideal Back-Three for Season
It looks like Arsene Wenger has finally settled on his perfect back three. The Arsenal manager believes a back-three consisting of Shkodran Mustafi, Laurent Koscielny, and Nacho Monreal is the best way forward this season, with Koscielny and Montreal flanking Mustafi at the heart of the ideal Arsenal defence.

Club members and ticket sites sold Cologne Arsenal tickets.

Club Members and Exchange Sites Sold Arsenal Tickets

Cologne supporters got their Arsenal tickets from members of the club and exchange sites like Craigslist, Viagogo, Ticketbis and independent touts. Members of Arsenal sent tickets for the game over to hotels in order for the Cologne supporters to be able to pick them up. 

Walcott is blaming his teammates for his terrible play.

Theo Walcott Says It Is Not His Fault

Theo Walcott, star player for Arsenal, has blamed his teammates for his woeful performance in the match against Cologne, which was, in fact, his first start of the season. 

A Guest Post: Why Arsene Wenger Must Leave Arsenal

There are lots of legitimate reasons why Arsene Wenger should have been sacked from Arsenal. In fact, the truth remains that no football fan or lover could wrap their heads around the fact that Arsene Wenger is still coaching Arsenal after all these woeful years. It is a situation that will never play out in any other club in the entire world. Even the lower placed teams in the leagues would have gotten rid of him by now due to his numerous failures. But, Arsenal still manages to keep him. The truth is that there are several reasons why he should leave Arsenal.

Should Arsenal cash in on Olivier Giroud?

Arsenal have made one of the signings of the summer in Alexandre Lacazette. The France international forward has arrived at the Emirates Stadium with a strong reputation and is expected to lead the line for the Gunners next season.

A Premier League Match Will Cost Most Local Supporters Over 20% of Their Weekly Wage

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The Premier League is undoubtedly one of the most exciting leagues in the world. For many football fans a match day experience provides immense enjoyment and a way to interact with their favourite teams. Although traditionally an affordable sport for the masses, between the price of tickets and concession stands, can the beautiful game still be considered a working-class sport?

Mental health can be a difficult issue for Players says Wenger

The Arsenal manager says that the culture of football can play a part in players being reluctant to admit they’re suffering from mental health issues. This is as men are expected to ‘strong’ and meet their problems head on and not deal with these sorts of issues.

This has caused a discussion this week after it was reported that Everton’s winger Aaron Lennon had been detained under the mental health act earlier in the week.

The Frenchman was asked about the situation at his press conference today, where he hinted that such stigma around this subject makes it hard for players to come to their clubs for help. This has come to light this week due to shameful articles coming from both the Daily Mail and Mirror, suggesting because of his salary the player shouldn’t be affected by any mental health issues.

This is what he had to say about the help that the players receive:

We help on the mental front the players that want help. It is difficult for the players when they do not meet their needs, and like all of us, they are frustrated and suffer from self-esteem [issues] in some situations. The expectation levels around them are very high; their families, agents, the pressure on them is very big and it is not easy to deal with that at a young age so, when needed, we help them.

Can Arsenal step up their game in the final weeks of the season?

Arsenal ended the month of March outside of the top four in the Premier League table. In fact, the Gunners were behind Manchester United in sixth and level on points with seventh-placed Everton when club football took a step back and international matches took precedence.

Could Arsenal sign Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette in January?

Sure, Arsenal have been linked with a move for Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette in every transfer window for the last two or three years, but this could finally be their time to sign the Lyon star. According to various reports across Europe, the Gunners have contacted the French side to discuss a potential deal for the 25-year-old and it would be a major scalp for Arsene Wenger and the board if they can snag one of the continent’s hottest forwards next month.

Old frailties could cost Arsenal once again

The Arsenal of old have reared their heads in their recent Premier League form to send fans into a spiral of depression before Christmas. The Gunners were well positioned in the title race, but back-to-back defeats at the hands of Everton and Manchester City have left them well off the pace of current leaders Chelsea, leaving supporters with feelings of déjà vu.

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