Interviews are usually a nice read, especially when they are setup like this with the specific question and answer instead of one long article. At least , that’s what I think. Good to see Shinji Kagawa playing better and I’m still disappointed/surprised he didn’t get much of chance at Manchester United.
Definitely surprised but, happy, Benitez stayed on at Newcastle. Hopefully it’s a decision that pans out for all parties.
Really great read her on Jorge Mendes. Crazy how much of a part he plays in some of European football’s biggest names.
It’s probably going to be mostly transfer chatter as far as Arsenal is concerned for the rest of the summer. I’ve already pushed many thoughts of this season to the back of my mind. Here’s some thoughts for the end of the season.
Finishing above Tottenham is so undeserved .
And that’s why we have no really major trophies in the last 10 years.
We’re shit. We’re shit. Mentally weak. Needed better strikers. Wenger needs to go. Oh, wait. We knew all of this before.
Makes sense. If he announced he was leaving at the end of the season I think everyone would come together as. If he’s staying for longer, well then it could probably get worse.
Based on his recent productivity. No.
I guess we’re giving Frank Lampard some more time before ending up on this list. I think the ranking is a bit skewed. If players like Denilson and John O’Brien barely played a game you think they would be higher but there’s certainly good evidence there that each player is worthy of being on the list.
Played any of these games? I think I really got into the mix when FIFA International Soccer came out. Or at least that was one of the first games I played when I was old enough. I do remember that Virtua Striker was tons of fun. FIFA’s where it’s at now though.
Admittedly, the only one I know of for sure and have seen play is Gabriel Barbosa. I could see him headed to Porto. Others I’ve heard and, of course, seen on FM. We’ll see how many do end up in Europe this summer on beyond.
A little out of left field here but interesting topic for Arsenal fans. I can certainly see where the author’s coming from, I don’t really have any of those problems with Henry but to each his own. I haven’t been particularly fond of what I have seen of him punditry-wise but I’m not fond of much punditry anyways so hey. Regardless, Henry could be quite different as a manager than he was a player. Having played under both Pep Guardiola and Arsene Wenger he has two great examples and I’m think he’s smart enough to figure it out. Arsenal definitely shouldn’t be one of his first few gigs though, if he does end up there.
Nice breakdown of these two players. Lacazette has the experience and is versatile enough to play out wide if necessary but both could have an impact elsewhere. Some might prefer Batshuayi because he’s younger but three years isn’t that big a difference.
As expected, yesterday was celebrate Leicester City day. Here’s a number of articles about the Foxes fantastic season.