Daily archives: December 27, 2017

Wilshere: Respect for Roy, but no favours

Jack Wilshere says that he has big respect for Roy Hodgson, but that he won’t be doing the former England manager any favours on Thursday night. The possibly 75 year old but maybe younger or perhaps a bit older is now manager of Crystal Palace and the midfielder is in line to start at Selhurst […]

Odds drop on Walcott rejoining Saints

The odds on Theo Walcott making a move to Southampton have been slashed this evening with Sky Bet making the Saints 11/10 favourites to sign the 28-year-old when the transfer window opens in January. The speculation is being driven by the fact the Saints are about to find themselves £75 million richer thanks to the […]


Another year has almost gone by which means we are half way through yet another disappointing season for Arsenal. The sad part is Gunners all around the World seem not to be surprised by it anymore and it is very worrying that this has become norm in recent years. During the year of 2017, especially since Arsene Wenger signed a new 2 years contract in the summer, it has become more evident that fundamental changes were necessary. With all the changes that have been happening at backroom level in the last few months, it looks like the Arsenal board are […]

Wenger says Wilshere deal down to financials

wilshere_doncasterThe will-he, won’t-he over Arsene Wenger offering Jack Wilshere a new deal has been ongoing for some months now. At first the manager wanted the midfielder to prove he was physically worthy of a new contract as he made his way back from a broken leg, and in recent weeks he’s regained a place in […]

Wenger on Mourinho moans: “I’ve been in that position for 21 years”

Arsene Wenger has pointedly reminded Jose Mourinho that he’s been competing against the financial muscle of other clubs for his entire tenure at Arsenal. After damaging consecutive draws over the festive period, the Portuguese coach attempted to deflect from Manchester United’s faltering title challenge by highlighting the money spent on new recruits by runaway leaders […]