Posts Tagged ‘Arsene Wenger’

Arsenal FC – Update


League: English Premier League
Founded: 1886
Nicknames: The Gunners, Gooners
Stadium: Emirates Stadium, Ashburton Grove
Chairman: Peter Hill-Wood
Manager: Arsene Wenger


English Premier League
15 May 11 – 08:00 PDT, Emirates Stadium (60,023)
Arsenal 1-2 Aston Villa

English Premier League
8 May 11 – 06:05 PDT, Britannia Stadium (27,478)
Stoke City 3-1 Arsenal

English Premier League
1 May 11 – 06:05 PDT, Emirates Stadium (60,107)
Arsenal 1-0 Manchester United

English Premier League
24 Apr 11 – 08:00 PDT, Reebok Stadium (26,881)
Bolton 2-1 Arsenal

English Premier League
20 Apr 11 – 11:45 PDT, White Hart Lane (36,138)
Tottenham 3-3 Arsena

English Premier League
17 Apr 11 – 08:00 PDT, Emirates Stadium (60,029)
Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool

English Premier League
10 Apr 11 – 05:30 PDT, Bloomfield Road (16,030)
Blackpool 1-3 Arsenal

English Premier League
2 Apr 11 – 09:30 PDT, Emirates Stadium (60,087)
Arsenal 0-0 Blackburn


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Cesc Fabregas Telling It Like It Is @ Arsenal

Cesc Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas has risked the wrath of Arsenal management and boss Arsene Wenger with a tough assessment of Arsenal’s six-year trophy drought.

Fabregas questions his manager’s intentions and called on the club’s new owners to choose between nurturing talent or winning silverware.

Fabregas insists he will never leave for another English team, but left the door open for a return to his native Barcelona if Arsenal fail to convince him they are going in the right direction.

Fabregas said: ‘If you went to Spain and said to Pep Guardiola (the Barca manager), Jose Mourinho (Real Madrid) or Unai Emery (Valencia) they would have three years without a trophy, it would be obvious they would not continue.

‘But here it is different, the manager is intelligent and the club value different things: that the team is always in the Champions League, that we compete until the end, that we have young players, economic stability.

‘But I imagine there will be a moment when you have to decide: do you win things or not?’

Fabregas joined Arsenal in 2003 – just as Wenger’s ‘Invincibles’ were embarking on an unbeaten Barclays Premier League campaign. He won the FA Cup in 2005 and reached the Champions League final a year later but the 2-1 defeat by Barcelona in Paris was the first of many disappointments.


English Premier League, 1 May 11 – 06:05 PDT
Arsenal v Manchester United

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Stoke City v Arsenal

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Arsenal v Aston Villa

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Fulham v Arsenal

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04 2011

FA Cup: Manchester United v Arsenal Mar 12, 2011

Arch Rivals Arsene Wenger v Alex Ferguson

FA Cup Quarterfinals – Man Utd v Arsenal

“A quarter-final tie against Arsenal is always an exciting game – an opportunity to get to the semi-finals so we’ll do our best and play our best team available,” said Man United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

Manchester United have a lengthy injury list ahead of hosting Arsenal on Saturday (1715 GMT), with defender Rio Ferdinand (calf) and winger Nani (leg gash) out along with midfielders Anderson (knee), Park Ji-sung (hamstring) and Antonio Valencia (ankle) all sidelined.

Arsenal’s injury list includes goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny who was ruled out for six weeks with a finger injury and Lukasz Fabianski.

We have Wojciech out, in my opinion for six weeks. We have Fabianski out for the rest of the season. We need absolutely some cover in goal,” said Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.

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Manchester City – Reading — 13/03/2011 16:45 GMT

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Arsenal v Birmingham City – Carling Cup Final

Arsenal v Birmingham City

Carling Cup Final – Sunday 27th February 2011 at Wembley Stadium – 4.00pm

Arsenal will face Birmingham City in the Carling Cup Final at Wembley after the Blues beat West Ham United 4-3 on aggregate in the second Semi-Final on Wednesday night and Birmingham City defeated West Ham United 2-1.

Thanks to goals by Bendtner, Koscielny and Fabregas – Arsenal was out in front 3-0. Arsenal brought on Samir Nasri and Theo Walcott for the remaining five minutes, yet the game petered out and the hosts walked away 3-0 winners and 3-1 on aggregate.

Arsenal 3-0 Ipswich Town 25/01/2011
Birmingham City 2-1 West Ham United 26/01/2011

Carling Cup Final: Arsenal v Birmingham City Tickets

An appearance in the Carling Cup final represents a great chance for Arsene Wenger’s Gunners to win a trophy, their first since relocating to the Emirates.

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01 2011

Arsenal’s Manager Gives Advice to David Beckham

David Beckham

Whether or not David Beckham will play in the Premier League this winter is the talk of England today.

Arsenal’s manager, Arsène Wenger, commented about David Beckham’s desire to play Premier League football this winter.

Becks, a former England captain has finished the US season with LA Galaxy and has been noted as desiring a temporary stint with the Premier League before the new MLS season begins in March.

Wenger said they do not need Beckham at Arsenal, but he thinks the 35-year-old should play as long as he wants and for whom he wants.

“I respect every single attitude,” said Wenger. “I respect a lot the guy who plays until the last day of his potential and doesn’t care too much about what people say because he knows he will never play again after that.

“We had players here like Pires, who just play as long as they can. Everybody has to do what they feel is right for him. There is no rule, I am not a great believer that a guy should go out on his high. If he feels like that, yes. If you love to play, you play as long as you can.

“That’s the advice I give to any single player because after that life is still a long way to go and you can do so many different things but you cannot play anymore.”

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01 2011