Archive for November 2013

arsenal vs southampton   Leave a comment

Arsenal welcome the saints to emirate stadium in a game that will speak a lot about the arrangement of the top four. The saints are currently ahead of the manchester clubs and will hope that good fortune come their way on saturday. A number of arsenal player are in celebration mode as France completed a sensational 3-0 win over Ukraine on Tuesday night at the Stade de France following their disappointing 2-0 defeat last week. This is good news for our manager who is also french and will like to right the wrong that occured against manchester united before the international break.

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manchester united vs arsenal   Leave a comment

Aaron Ramsey believes Arsenal can
send a message to the rest of the
Premier League by winning at
Manchester United on Sunday.
The Gunners are five points clear at
the top of the table, and confidence is
high after successive victories over
Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund.
Ramsey insists Arsène Wenger’s side
will head to Old Trafford with no fear
and believes they will underline their
title credentials
United have
won eight of the last nine meetings at
Old Trafford, so an Arsenal victory
here – not achieved since 2006 –
could really cause a lasting shift in
momentum. Whatever the score expect
plenty of end-to-end attacking.

Posted November 8, 2013 by arsenalwonder in Uncategorized

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mexico vs Nigeria   Leave a comment

History will be written today in UAE
when Nigeria’s Golden Eaglet trade
tackles with Mexican u-17 national
team.
1. If the Eaglet win today it means they
are Champion for a record 4 time.
2. If Mexico carry the day,they are
back to back winner of this
tournament.
3.Previous Championship Nigeria won
are on Asian soil.

Posted November 8, 2013 by arsenalwonder in Uncategorized

dortmund vs Arsenal   Leave a comment

Arsenal silence a quarter of their critic last saturday as they beat second place Liverpool 2-0 at the emirate. Among the yet to be won over is the Match of the Day pundit and former Premier League winner
has rubbished claims that the
Gunners can win the league,
stating that they haven’t played
one of the ‘big 3’ yet.
Dortmund face Arsenal this week in
what will be the second of their two
Champions League group stage
encounters, having emerged
victorious at the Emirates Stadium a
fortnight ago.
Klopp’s side did not have it all their
own way in London, with Arsenal
enjoying plenty of the ball and
creating numerous chances. However,
Dortmund’s high-intensity and
strength in transitions won through,
earning a 2-1 victory.
Arsenal will go into the intimidating
Westfalen Stadion confident they can
regain control of their Champions
League group.
Arsene Wenger’s team looked to be
cruising towards qualification for the
knockout round going into the home
clash with Borussia Dortmund.
Dortmund are in terrific form coming
in to this game on a back of a 6-1
drubbing of Stuttgart in the German
Bundesliga and Jurgen Klopp will look
to make the home advantage count
against a solid Arsenal side.
Arsenal have been a bit unpredictable
in their last couple games but will go
into this game with renewed
confidence after beating a strong
Liverpool side 2-0 in the League on
the back of defeats to Chelsea and
Dortmund at home in Cup competitions.
The lack of options in various areas
of the pitch for Arsene Wenger though
will be a huge concern for the
Gunners’ management going into this
midweek game.