Arsenal drew 3-3 with Man City in the Under-23 league on Monday – in a result that showed loads of promise, but plenty of flaws. Donyell Malen, one of the hottest prospects in the country, scored yet again. So did the exciting Reiss Nelson, while Carl Jenkinson also netted on his return from injury. But the same difficult problems continued at the back, with even new-boy Cohen Bramall not being able to shore up the defence. It’s a worrying trend that has dogged Arsenal’s youth teams in recent years. Why aren’t the Gunner
Ladies Day, a day to dress to the nines, wear a fancy feathered hat, drink some champagne and have a flutter on some thoroughbreds – well that was the idea. It’s becoming apparent year after year that Ladies Day is no longer about the racing and more and more about the ‘sesh’. With each passing event the drunken antics and horrendous clobber is getting worse. We’ve made a list of the 10 things you can be sure of seeing at Cheltenham Festival Ladies Day: Horrendous Clothes The intention of Ladies Day was to give the fairer sex the chan
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The transfer window may have slammed firmly shut until the summer but that has not stopped the rumour mill turning at Arsenal. However, most of the talk has been about manager Arsene Wenger and whether or not he will still be in charge next season. The smart money seems to be on the Frenchman leaving and, unless the Gunners can pull off a miracle in the second leg of their Champions League last-16 clash with Bayern Munich, he may have no choice. The fans have become disillusioned with mediocrity at the north London club and an unwillingness to
Jon Toral made his Rangers debut this weekend as he looks to get his career back on track. The Spanish midfielder has long been one of Arsenal’s best prospects, but having spent so much time on loan without being given a chance, his future is uncertain. He started this year on-loan at Granada in La Liga, after doing so well at Birmingham City last year, before moving on to Rangers after a lack of playing time. It’s a difficult move – but he can take heart from Gideon Zelalem, who spent time with The Gers in 2016. He became one
Do you think you know Premier League football? Know your Arsenal from your AFC Bournemouth and your Soithampton from your Sunderland? Step this way…. Try our Premier League quiz below which goes through 12 Premier League seasons. Can you spot the club that’s the odd one out? Test your knowledge….
After weeks of speculation, Arsenal look to have finally sorted out their goalkeeper situation for the new season. David Ospina will stay and be back up to Petr Cech, despite huge speculation he could leave, and Wojciech Szczesny has re-joined Roma on-loan, this time with a view to a permanent deal next summer. That leaves just the third choice to be sorted, and while Matt Macey has filled that role In recent years, he now looks set to leave. Indeed, all the talk now is that Emi Martinez will be hanging around to be third choice while Macey mo
Serge Gnabry has been considered a big talent at Arsenal for a long time, but he’s never quite managed a break through. His loan last season to West Brom was seen as the perfect chance for him to get game time and cement himself as a Premier League are. But he hardly featured and was heavily slammed by West Brom’s Head Coach Tony Pulis – who claimed he had a lot to learn. Gnabry returned to Arsenal for pre-season training but then made the bold move to reject playing for the Gunners in their warm-up matches, opting to instead
Ever since Leicester lifted the title last year there has been speculation as to if they could hang on the key players that inspired them to win the Premier League. Jamie Vardy has elected to stay with the Champions despite the lure of the Emirates and N’Golo Kante has headed to London, alas to the blue side of the city. But the player that arguably lit up the most stadia from Newcastle to Southampton was Algerian winger Riyad Mahrez. Mahrez (25) was a revelation last season contributing 17 goals and 14 assists in 37 games and forming a devas


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