5 Managers Who Can Replace Arsene Wenger At Arsenal

Posted by - April 20, 2018

5. Thomas Tuchel In 2015, Thomas Tuchel replaced Jurgen Klopp at BVB. After taking charge at Borussia Dortmund the 44-year-old German took them to second place in 2015/16 and third in the following year. Despite winning the DFBo-Pokal in May last year, he was sacked by BVB just after three days. Tuchel’s stylish football and

Why Arsenal’s Title Hopes Are In Shatters Once Again

Posted by - March 10, 2017

Mental strength Arsenal has lost many games going in front then losing the advantage and the game at dying minutes. Their resilience is to be questioned and the lack of coordination between defenders and midfielders have cost many games. Against Manchester City, Sterling scored unchallenged as he glided past the defender without any pressure from

5 Reasons Why Arsenal Must Sack Arsene Wenger, Time To Say Goodbye Now

Posted by - March 10, 2017

His inflexible mind and tactics Gone is the time when Arsenal was invincible, and they played a beautiful game of football. Wenger has been following the same policy since the dawn of time, carve out an attack after a series of passes. This cannot be implemented if you are playing against a team like Barcelona

Arsene Wenger’s All Time Best XI During His 20 Years At The Club

Posted by - November 14, 2016

GK: David Seaman Seaman is often regarded as one of England’s top goalkeepers ever. Standing at a height of more than 6ft, Seaman played in the premier league for more than 20 years. He played for the likes of QPR, Leeds City. His career-defining move came in 1990 when he decided to join Arsenal from

Why Arsene Wenger should leave Arsenal

Posted by - January 14, 2015

  The man who once led a revolution, now struggling with evolution,  Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger’s fall from grace in the last decade has been one of the major talking points of the Premier League for quite a sometime now. Let’s face it, Arsenal are no longer the force that they were reckoned with during the