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Arsenal Legend Claims Ex-Gunner Emmanuel Adebayor Is Biggest Disappointment of Wenger's Reign

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has claimed that ex-Gunner Emmanuel Adebayor is the biggest disappointment in Arsene Wenger's tenure at the club.

Arsenal 3-1 Sunderland: Joel Campbell, Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud strike after scare as FA Cup holders maintain Treble hopes

Ramsey strikes for Arsenal as they claimed the lead for the first time in the match in the 72nd minute 
For Arsene Wenger and this Arsenal team, the Treble is on. FA Cup winners in 2014 and 2015, Arsenal remain on course for a unique hat-trick of trophies after beating Sunderland at the Emirates. It was inspired by the magical boots of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, delivering a masterful and majestic performance from his favoured central midfield position. When he plays like this, the Arsenal and England player can make your eyes water.
It took the arrival of Aaron Ramsey from the substitute’s bench to chivvy Arsenal along a bit, but this tie revolved around Oxlade-Chamberlain’s clever game.

Olivier Giroud and Arsene Wenger think Arsenal poised for title run

Arsene Wenger is sensing that the "vibes" are right for Arsenal to finally end their Premier League title drought, saying the team showed their growing maturity in grinding out an ugly win against Newcastle.Wenger's team have not won the league since 2004 and have often been criticised in recent years for not being mentally or physically tough enough to stage a proper title challenge.But with Arsenal two points clear atop the table just past the halfway stage, the Frenchman said he has a feeling that this season could be different. Especially after seeing his team overcome Newcastle 1-0 despite a poor performance at home on Saturday."If you look at your team like a person and the vibes that are coming out -- you can sense in this job if you feel it or not," Wenger taid on Sunday. "I think we are more experienced than the teams I had when I moved into the stadium here [in 2006]."On our day we could play everybody off the park and when you had to dig de…

transfer dreams lol!!!

Arsenal convince Victor Wanyama to leave Southampton.
Arsene Wenger has had a tendency to wait until deadline day to secure January deals.
But with their injury problems laid bare, Wenger doesn't hang about in landing Southampton's Victor Wanyama.

Wenger critical of Guardiola decision to announce Bayern exit

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger does not believe Pep Guardiola has handled his imminent Bayern Munich departure correctly. The Spaniard announced on the weekend that he would be leaving the German champions at the end of the season, sparking plenty of interest from Premier League clubs Manchester City and Chelsea. Wenger said he does not agree with Guardiola's decision to announce his exit from Bayern but did praise the former Barcelona boss for the work he has done in both Spain and Germany.

Arsene Wenger still regrets not beating Liverpool to his signature as a teenager.

Raheem Sterling was never on Arsenal’s radar last summer, but Arsene Wenger still regrets not beating Liverpool to his signature as a teenager.

Arsene Wenger:,Close eye on Alexis ahead,of Norwich clash

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that the Gunners will keep a close eye on forward Alexis Sanchez ahead of their Premier League clash with Norwich on Sunday.Sanchez suffered a hamstring strain during his side’s 3-0 Champions League victory over Dinamo Zagreb on Tuesday, a match in which he scored twice.Wenger could rest Sanchez against Norwich, with Aaron Ramsey and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain both available for selection after recovering from injury, but the Frenchman is not yet sure of the best course of action.“Spontaneously it might not be the best moment to rest Alexis, but I don't know,” he told reporters. “He had a little hamstring alarm, but we will see how he recovers from that.
Forward Joel Campbell is also an injury doubt as he is currently nursing a calf injury.“Joel Campbell had a little calf problem so I will assess all that on Friday, and at the latest Saturday," said Wenger.
With Arsenal having lost to West Bromwich Albion 2-1 last Saturday, Wenger is hoping…

Arsenal's injury woes worsen with cousin's injury

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed Francis Coquelin will be out for a minimum of two months with a knee injury.
Coquelin had to be substituted during the first half of Arsenal's 2-1 defeat at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, and there have been suggestions he has suffered ligament damage.

Wenger:Héctor is back

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has revealed that key defender Hector Bellerin has made a return to full fitness and is available for selection once again.The youngster picked up a hamstring injury just before the club’s 5-1 demolition at the hands of Bayern Munich, and he has since missed the past few games as he continued his recovery .He has made a recovery in time to be included in this weekend’s squad to take on West Bromwich Albion.
“Hector Bellerin is back,” he said.

Jamie vardy,Wenger scoops October Epl awards

Arsenal manager arsene Wenger, has been named manager of the month for October, after leading his team to four straight wins last month.
The Gunners are joint top of the Premier League with Manchester City, after wins over Manchester United, Watford, Everton and Swansea in October.
It is the second manager of the month award Wenger will receive in 2015 and 15th during his career in total.
Leicester City striker, Jamie Vardy, was rewarded for his hot streak in front of goal, with the player of the month. The England international netted five times in four games for the Foxes, who claimed three wins in October.
Vardy has now scored in nine consecutive Premier League matches, one short of Ruud van Nistelrooy’s record.

Ronaldo on Wenger: [Those are his] opinions. I respect opinions but that's it."

The Frenchman is vehemently against the Ballon d'Or, saying it can ruin careers, but the Real Madrid star he his remaining silent on the subject.
Cristiano Ronaldo says that he respects Arsene Wenger's negative views on the Ballon d'Or but refused to be drawn on whether he agrees with the Frenchman's argument that such prizes promote "selfishness".
@ Arsenal boss Wenger claimed last week that he has seen players "destroy their careers" in the pursuit of individual accolades.

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