North London outfit Arsenal are back in action this weekend in the Premier League, as they face fellow strugglers Norwich City in a Matchday Four encounter at the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners are winless in their opening three league games, shipping in nine goals and have failed to score thus far.
Nigerians and Arsenal have a long-standing relationship. Other English clubs are also popular in Nigeria, but many Nigerian football supporters developed a bond with Arsenal during Nwankwo Kanu's five-year stay at the club, which has withstood the difficulties of following the Gunners in recent seasons. Paul Onuachu, a Nigerian goal machine from Genk, has been linked with a move to the Emirates.
Arsenal's team is a little bit disorganized right now. Some players want to leave the club e.g Hector Bellerin, Mohamed Elneny and Willian Borges. While other players know that they could be sold e.g Ainsley Maitland Niles, Reiss Nelson and Eddie Nketiah. Arsenal has lost the first two games of the new Premier League season to Brentford FC and Chelsea.
Arsenal defeated AFC Wimbledon in the EFL CUP on Wednesday night. Goals from Alexander Lacazette, Smith Rowe and Eddie Nketiah secured a 3-0 victory. We take a look at two Crucial Decisions Mikel Arteta Made Tonight. 1. Giving Opportunities The Frienge Players: Mikel Arteta named a strong starting XI and gave opportunities to some first-team players who have struggled for game time in the Premier League this season.
Arsenal showed significant improvement in their last game, defeating Aston Villa 3-1, and they have a third consecutive home game on Tuesday when they host Leeds United in the League Cup. The Gunners are now unbeaten in seven games, with five victories and four clean sheets.
London giants, Arsenal have had some of its key players on the sidelines so far this season. Some of the club's injured players include Thomas Partey, Eddie Nketiah, Mohamed Elneny, Emile Smith-Rowe, and Bosnian international Sead Kolasinac. Photo credit: Getty Images Granit Xhaka, who's not injured, has also been ruled out due to a Covid-19 infection.
Source: arsenal.com After an impressive display Against West Brom in the mid week, Mikel Arteta had a breather and will be aiming for a repeat against the League's Champions on Saturday at the Etihad Stadium. Ahead of the match, Let's Look at Arsenal and Manchester City Injury updates.
Arsenal football club had a poor start to the 2021/2022 season as they failed to win their first three premier league matches, many fans are still blaming Mikel Arteta for that. Some of the fans are still calling for the club to sack the Spanish coach, but he can avoid being sacked by doing some things.
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Martin Odegaard and Aaron Ramsdale are the fourth and fifth additions for Arsenal this summer. The Gunners are almost at the finishing line of their reported summer overhaul. Now, what is left is moving out some players, while adding a few if the first criteria is met.
Eddie Nketiah to Crystal Palace Joe Willock was the club's only sale, and Eddie Nketiah appeared to be the other option in the final days of the window. According to reports, Arsenal had asked for around £20 million, but Crystal Palace was looking for half that amount.
Arsenal are reportedly willing to consider loaning out young prospect Folarin Balogun this January transfer window if he continues to struggle for playing time in Mikel Arteta’s first-team. In spite suffering a dip in form, the Gunners captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang remains the clear first choice in attack, while there are also footballers like Alexandre Lacazette, Gabriel Martinelli and Eddie Nketiah for Mikel to choose from.
After a welcome yet arduous break from Premier League football Arsenal are back in action as they face Norwich on Saturday. It’s a game neatly filed under the must-win category. Here is the predicted lineup. One transfer window down and six new arrivals later, Mikel Arteta has the luxury of being able to select any number of his summer acquisitions against the side sitting one place above them in the Premier League table.
Arsenal will be looking for their first Premier League win of the season when they face Norwich City in a mouth-watering clash at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday afternoon. It has been a disastrous start to 2021/22 for Mikel Arteta's side, who presently sit at the bottom of the table after losing their opening three games.
In the third round of the Carabao Cup, Arsenal defeated League One side AFC Wimbledon 3-0 at The Emirates Stadium. Alexandre Lacazette's penalty early in the second half calmed any worries, but Emile Smith Rowe's close-range strike late in the second half sealed the victory.
Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah, rated at £20m by his club, has entered the final year of his contract, and he's been eyed by Crystal Palace Coach Patrick Viera. According to reports, the 20-year-old England U-21 striker has already turned down a new contract with Arsenal, and as a result, he has been placed on the transfer list.
Eddie Nketiah has done absolutely nothing wrong to deserve my disapproval or scepticism, he even pulled off a stunning goal against AFC Wimbledon in the Carabao Cup, but as much as I admired his moment of brilliance, he still leaves me unimpressed which is perplexing. If I said Xhaka was a player that I wasn’t keen on, large numbers of supporters would appear to agree and understand but with Nketiah, it’s a comment that seems less rational.
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Atletico Madrid Join Werner Chase Photo Credits: Google Atletico Madrid are the latest club to register an interest in Chelsea striker Timo Werner, as they look to add more quality to their attack. Timo Werner has struggled for goals during his time at Stamford Bridge and has fallen down the pecking order after the signing of Romelu Lukaku from Inter Milan.
The teams are out for today’s EFL Cup clash between Arsenal and Wimbledon at the Emirates Stadium. Much of the build-up to today’s fixture was around whether youngster Charlie Patino would get the nod to make his senior debut, while the likes of Gabriel Martinelli, Eddie Nketiah and Folarin Balogun could also be in contention to stake a claim for further involvement in the first-team.
Arsenal players have concluded their preparation ahead of Saturday's English Premier League date with Burnley. The team was spotted on Friday evening, at London Colney training where Mikel Arteta's men held the last training session in preparation for the Saturday game. The Gunners went through intense physical and tactical drills which lasted for over an hour at the club's facilities in London, with all the available first team players in attendance.
Arsenal advanced to the 4th round of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday night thanks to the goals from Alexandre Lacazette, Emile Smith Rowe and Eddie Nketiah which helped the Gunners sealed a 3-0 victory over AFC Wimbledon at the Emirates Stadium in London. Photo Credit: Arsenal Arsenal who had earlier kicked off their new campaign on disappointing notes seem to have found a winning formula, following their back-to-back victory in the English Premier League which has seen them leaving the relegation zone.