Whether Alexis Sanchez remains at Arsenal next summer continues to occupy reams of newspaper space, but let’s take a moment to check out his free kick goal v Middlesbrough that helped the Gunners prevail 2:1 at the Riverside in their game on 17 April, 2017. Poor keeping from Brad Guzan though one has to say Continue reading Goal Video Alexis Sanchez vs Boro April 17 2017 | Brad Guzan Poor Keeping
Here is the Chuks Aneke goal v Posh, a powerful hit from the former Arsenal man for his club Milton Keynes Dons in their 4-0 win over Peterborough on January 28, 2017. It narrowly lost out to Tom Lawrence’s great solo goal v PNE. Aneke scored two goals in this game, but this, without a doubt, was the better one Continue reading Chuks Aneke goal v Peterborough United (VIDEO)- Great goal against Posh for MK Dons
Arsenal’s Champions League hopes are as good as over following a 2-0 defeat to defending champions Barcelona at the Emirates. Lionel Messi (71′ and 82 pen) scored both goals for the visitors, who now must be sure favourites to progress ahead of the return leg at the Nou Camp Continue reading Video Highlights Arsenal-Barcelona 0:2 | Messi double sinks Gunners
Cracking Ainsley Maitland-Niles goal v Germany U19 for England U19 in their fixture on September 4, 2015 Continue reading Video Ainsley Maitland-Niles goal vs Germany U19 Wonder goal from Arsenal youngster
Arsenal powerhouse Gilberto may quit the Gunners after admitting he’s aware of interest from Valencia and Juventus.
The Brazilian midfielder, overlooked for the captaincy and currently out of first-team favour, has always insisted he wants to finish his career at the Emirates. But amid rumours of a dressing-room bust-up with boss Arsene Wenger he said: “I’m not sure whether I will re-sign when my contract runs out in 18 months time. Continue reading Gilberto linked with Gunners exit
Top of the table Arsenal have revealed turnover of more than £200million, making them Britain’s richest football club.
The Gunners publicised the results in their financial report for the year ending 31st May 2007, which showed their group operating profits were up 274% to £51.2million.
The results prove that the club’s move to Emirates stadium was financially deft – they averaged match-day revenues of £3.1million per game during their first season at the new ground.
Their turnover well exceeds that of Chelsea and Manchester United, whose results for the same time was £152.8million and £167.8million respectively. Continue reading Arsenal become richest club in Britain