Wenger blames no one except the team for FA Cup loss.

Wenger Turns on Arsenal after FA Cup Exit

Arsène Wenger has criticised the players in his team after watching them get removed from the FA Cup after losing to the Nottingham Forest football club, and acknowledged that he was deeply hurt by the third-round defeat, the first one he has had to undergo since he took over as the manager for Arsenal in 1996.

Wenger is still upset about the penalty awarded to Hazard.

Wenger Still Riled by Hazard Penalty but Must Revive Arsenal
During a week in which two of his contemporaries have not been able to let sleeping dogs lie, something else is gnawing at Arsene Wenger as well. The unfairness he feels was done by the penalty being awarded to Eden Hazard during the game in which Arsenal drew 2 - 2 with Chelsea last Wednesday has not yet passed, and, when the pair meet once again this evening in the semi-final first leg for the League Cup, any kind of repeat of what he named a farcical decision may well result in something like spontaneous combustion at Stamford Bridge!

Arsenal will Start Sánchez at Chelsea Despite £20m Man City Offer

Arsenal will be starting Alexis Sánchez at Chelsea in spite of the £20m offer made to the player by Manchester City. Arsène Wenger will name Sánchez in his starting lineup for Arsenal for Wednesday evening’s Carabao Cup semi-final first-leg to take place at Chelsea, even though there is uncertainty regarding the forward’s future after Man City made the enormous offer to sign him during the transfer window in January.

Iwobi will be in a world of trouble if he was out partying!

Arsène Wenger has confirmed that Alex Iwobi will be fined if the midfielder for the Arsenal football club is confirmed to have been out partying in the early hours of Saturday morning, just one and a half days before the club underwent the shock 4 - 2 defeat to Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup.

Which Arsenal Players Can Have an Impact at the World Cup Next Summer?

As always with a World Cup, there will be a host of Arsenal players competing at the tournament next summer for their respective nations. In 2014, Mesut Ozil and Per Mertesacker helped Germany lift the trophy in Brazil when they beat Argentina 1-0 after extra-time in the final.

The Best London Clubs

Despite missing out on a Champions League place in the league last season, Arsenal have started the season reasonably well, sitting in 4th place. The Gunners will be hoping to add to their trophy cabinet, even if it isn’t the Premier League trophy. With Manchester United at the weekend, it will be interesting to see what the returns on a football bet on an Arsenal win would get.

Players Arsenal Should Consider Selling or Loaning in the January Window

A rundown of players Arsenal could sell or loan next month.

We are fast approaching the January transfer window and with it comes the natural debate around which players Arsenal should be bringing in. Many experts feel that this is strategy game, akin to playing online blackjack, where sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. More importantly though, this is a time when the Gunners are likely to be making some pretty strategic outgoing deals.

Arsenal appoint Raul Sanllehi as head of football relations

Raul Sanllehi Joins Arsenal Management Team

Arsenal is getting a major overhaul of their managerial structure, starting with the head of football relations. The Gunners managed to snap up Barcelona chief, Raul Sanllehi after the Spaniard decided to quit the team after fifteen years at the famous ‘Nau Camp’. Sanllehi’s appointment comes just a few weeks after Arsenal raided Dortmund for Sven Mislintat who is now their new head of recruitment.

Wenger believes Arsenal still has a shot at the title

Wenger Says it’s too Early for Man City to Celebrate

While it may be a forgone conclusion to some, Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger says it’s far too premature to assume that his side can only hope to finish in second place this season. Currently Arsenal are fourth, a full 12 points behind the log leaders and 7 points adrift from second place, Manchester United. There is still time though. If there is one thing we can count on it’s that things can change at any given time.

Wenger Answers Questions About Lacazette Substitution

If there is one football topic that is doing the rounds and getting Arsenal fans, all riled up, its Wenger’s decision to begin substituting Lacazette. Whether it’s the constant criticism from the press, or at the behest of the management team, Arsense Wenger has finally opened up about why he is slowly bringing Alexandre Lacazette into the Arsenal first team squad.

Find out about the two best ever players for Arsenal!

Arsenal’s Top Two Greatest Players

Arsenal Football Club has had many wonderful players. But who are the very best in the Club’s history? Who are the two greatest players of all time? While this choice will to a large extent be personal, there are facts that cannot be altered, and, according to those, these are the top two.