Arsenal hav confirmed that Jeremie Aliadiere is welcom to rejoin the club The French striker left the Gunners in 2007 after making 51 appearances and scoring nine goals during an eight-year spell with the Club.
Jeremie left Middlesbrough last summer but circumstances have left him without a club - even though the 27-year-old is arguably at his peak.
They also caught up with Jeremie Aliadier at the training ground to find out how his return to Arsenal came…Continue
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Where should Cesc Fabregas end up? I've been reading a lot of opinions over the past year, ever since the World Cup, and quite frankly, I'm tired of it. I want to point something out right away: I am not annoyed and never have been annoyed at Mr. Fabregas himself over this issue. The whole situation has not been handled well, and the poor man has been put through the media wringer, much to the detriment of himself, his game, and his team.
No, what I am annoyed with is the fact that…
Arsenal today did prove one thing. Which was earning a piont but was not good enough to keep the pressure on the leadleaders Manchester united.
But who is to blame. I do think wenger was to blame because he did make alot of mistakes before the season and obiousley NOW he does also make mistakes his first BIG BIG first MISTAKE was in JANUARY TRANSFER WINDOW because he was the onley manager who did not buy any players. His second MISTAKE which was at WEMBLEY not gona say what…Continue
Okay, so here it is. Something happened to Arsenal to make the players doubt themselves. My guess, the game at Newcastle, where they went up by 4 and then conceded 4 in the second half. They stopped believing they could win, that they are not a team to be reckoned with. The players don't realize how good they are, and after a game like that, who could blame them? If a team like Newcastle, who are good, but not as good as Arsenal had shown up to that point, could do that, what could…Continue
Personally I think that's…Continue