The 2014 World Cup will provide many of Arsenal’s stars with the opportunity to represent their country with pride and hopefully return to the Emirates with a winner’s medal around their neck. Playing at the most prestigious tournament in world football is an honour for any footballer, and is the pinnacle of their career to wear the national shirt and perform on the biggest stage. Winning the FA Cup not only ended an agonising 9-year wait for silverware, but will also provide a massive confidence boost for the players who have been called up to represent their country in Brazil to travel in good spirits.
Arsenal have been strongly linked with a move for Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata in recent weeks, with the forward apparently a long-term target for Arsene Wenger. Madrid think Morata is a big player for the future, despite all the odds, he has not been a regular player for their first-team - and a transfer away in the coming months looks all but certain. But with Arsenal believed to be his number one choice when he leaves the La Liga club - should Wenger bring him to the Emirates Stadium?
On-loan Arsenal youngster Joel Campbell has admitted he is desperate to make his mark with the Premier League club despite his goal-scoring heroics for Olympiakos against Manchester United. The Costa Rican youngster scored a sensational second goal for the Greek side in their Champions League last-16 first leg against Manchester United to shock the Betfair odds, but the young forward wasted little time in admitting he is hoping his form for Olympiakos is enough to catch Wenger’s eye. The Costa Rica international is playing in his third loan
You can’t deny that Arsenal are enjoying a good season – regardless of whether they actually end up winning the Premier League title or not. The team seems more united, they are enjoying playing together and, for the first time in a while, the defence has been sorted out, which is giving us real chances in games. However, as we enter the business end of the campaign, although the team is well settled, I think it’s time we made a change to our attack – by giving Serge Gnabry more of a chance in matches. The German has shown flashes of re
Saturday’s 6-3 defeat to Manchester City showed exactly where Arsenal are lacking, especially against the big guns and also demonstrated how much hard work needs to be done if the Gunners are going to go on and upset the Titan Bet football betting odds by winning the title this season. At 1-1 just before the break, the game was finely poised before Laurent Koscielny was taken off injured while trying to stop Alvaro Negredo’s scoring City’s second and the Frenchman now looks set for a spell on the sidelines after picking-up a nasty gash
Eyes on the prize: The World Cup
It was always going to be dramatic, and the World Cup draw delivered with some superb matches and groups selected. The most eye catching, after all the talk and hype was over, was England being thrown into a group of death with Ururguay, Italy and Costa Rica. Not only are they tough matches, but the matches will take place in areas of Brazil with high humidty, meaning the Three Lions face a real challenge to go through. Spain, the were thrown in with Holland, Chile and Australia in a tricky contest that will throw up some exciting games early o
It’s the question on every Arsenal fan’s lips, and no doubt on the players and staff’s minds too: can the Gunners hold their nerve and make it to the Champions’ League knockout stages?
Five points clear, a stellar midfield, in-form striker and a settled defence – this is the season to be cheerful for Gunners' fans. But ask pretty much any of them and they'll firmly shake their head when asked the question 'So Arsenal, going to win the league this season?' And that pessimism is backed up by the bookies. There are two main external reasons for all this doom and gloom, spelled C-H-E-L-S-E-A and M-A-N C-I-T-Y respectively. And there's an even larger internal one – Arsenal haven't looked like a title-winning side since Patr
Hackney Marshes is one of the most infamous parts of London – with its long history of being the breeding ground for some of English football's greatest ever players. David Beckham and Bobby Moore have both trained on the Marshes before going on to captain England, while countless other players have used the turf as a means of carving out a career. But Hackney Marshes could soon became famous for something else – after Mysterious Circles appeared in recent days. The giant spheres arrived earlier this week, along with hundreds of mini ones,