In observing Arsene Wenger’s situation at the Emirates, it is clear that partisan loyalties and divides are clouding the future course of action for the club. While some believe that his past achievements should entitle him to determine his own future, for example, others are adamant that he is tarnishing his legacy and has plunged
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is reportedly being sought after by Spanish giants Real Madrid with a £25 million deal being mooted. As reported by The Week: “Real Madrid are planning a £25m move for Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, provided they can overturn a transfer embargo. The Spanish giants see the midfielder as the ideal replacement
Aaron Ramsey is a player that divides opinion amongst Arsenal fans and this season the doubters have had more reason than normal to question his worthiness of a place in the team. Much like his team, Ramsey’s form has been mixed and he has struggled to put a string of consistently high level performances together.
Arsenal retained the league leader status after being embroiled in two away stalemates in a trot, but their display at Britannia Stadium last weekend desperately lacked creativity as they created only seven chances throughout the game, whilst they had gone into the very fixture having averaged 13 chances in the Premier League. Was it down
On December 19, 2012, Arsenal made a quintuple contract announcement. Five young British players – Kieran Gibbs, Carl Jenkinson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere –had all signed to “long-term deals”. The slightly awkward accompanying press photo gave the pen-to-paper visual cliché a schoolboy complexion as headmasterial Arsene Wenger appeared to not only witness
There’s a lot of admirable characteristics that Aaron Ramsey possesses, but there’s one that I admire more than any other and that’s his mentality. Its extraordinary as to how far the Welshman has progressed to the point he is at now. He’s suffered a career threatening leg break whilst wearing the Arsenal crest. He’s stayed