Arsenal have sacked their manager after leading his team to a 10th place finish. Arsenal U23 manager Steve Bould have spent 30 years with the North London club both as a player and as a team coach before his sack. The sacking came just days after he (Steve Bould) led Arsenal U23 team to a 10th place finish in the premier league 2.
Arsenal Kegend Steve Bould has been sacked after more than three decades of loyal service. Bould has been at the club since 1988-firstly as a player and then as a coach, but has now been dismissed after the U-23 team finished 10th in the premier league 2. The 58 year old took over the U-23 squad from Freddie Ljungberg in 2019 and will be replaced by former Arsenal Captain, Per Mertesacker.
Arsenal have had a very busy January transfer window, over four players have left the club this January although William Saliba and Sead Kolasinac are both loan exits but the likes of Ozil, Sokratis and Matt Macey are permanent exits, another player that could make an exit is Folarin Balogun. The player will be out of contract in the summer and he has refused to put pen to paper on a new deal as he wants guarantees at first team football before signing. He has a contract offer on the table as the Arsenal Academy
Tilburg-born Nigerian winger Joel Ideho has finally made his competitive debut for an Arsenal team and it came against Blackburn Rovers in a Premier League 2 clash at The County Ground in Lancashire on Friday night, The Gunners confirmed the signing of the former Ajax Amsterdam wonderkid a day after the close of the summer transfer window but he only started training with their youth team on October 26. Ideho was included in the matchday squad against Liverpool last Friday but was unable to enjoy any playing
Arsenal have confirmed today that under-23 manager Steve Bould will leave the club this summer after spending 33 years with the Gunners. Arsenal have released an official statement on their website confirming the departure of manager and former player Steve Bould from the club this summer. Steve Bould spent 33 years at Arsenal both as a player and as a manager, and according to the club he will be leaving this summer.
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Nigerian goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo was delighted to help Arsenal secure a win in his first game for the Gunners youth team after a year on the sidelines. The highly-rated youngster missed the whole of the 2019-2020 campaign due to an undisclosed ailment. Manager Steve Bould named the fit-again Okonkwo and four other players of Nigerian descent in his starting lineup as Arsenal defeated League Two side Crawley Town 2-1 in the EFL Trophy on Tuesday night. The young shot-stopper was excellent for the U23 squad
Throughout the Premier League years we’ve seen a whole host of watertight defences make their mark on both the English game and opposition forwards, and we’ve decided to celebrate some of the finest to have lined up in the traditional back four. Two centre-back’s with complimentary attributes sandwiched between two ever dependable full-backs, a quartet of under-appreciated heroes doing their utmost to preserve the hallowed clean sheet. Sir Alex Ferguson once claimed that whilst attacks win games, it is
Arsenal have confirmed that coach Steve Bould will leave the Gunners this summer after spending 33 years at the club. Arsenal released an official statement on their website to confirm the departure of Steve Bould from the club this summer. "Steve Bould’s 33-year career with us is coming to an end this summer," the club stated.
Arsenal reportedly decline chance to sign 22-year-old after unsuccessful trial Arsenal have reportedly turned down the chance to sign Mitchel Bergkamp, after he failed to impress on trial. The 22-year-old has been let go after spending some time with the club’s U23s, who are managed by Steve Bould. Bergkamp, who is the son of legendary Dutchman and Gunners Invincible Dennis, remains a free agent, as reported Goal, after being released by Almere City in the summer. Some supporters had been hoping for Mitchel
Arsenal produced a stunning comeback after going two goals behind to salvage a 3-3 draw in an extraordinary game against Manchester United in the Premier League 2 on Saturday, Gunners U23 boss Steve Bould named a strong looking side for the visit of the Red Devils to Meadow Park in Hertfordshire, handing starts to first-teamers Cédric Soares, Reiss Nelson, Emile Smith Rowe, William Saliba and Joe Willock. But it was the 19-year-old Folarin Balogun that grabbed all the headlines with a six-minute brace in the
Arsenal wonderkid, dubbed 'the new Ibrahimovic', trains for first time One Arsenal signing that perhaps went under the radar during the transfer window is young striker Nikolaj Moller, dubbed 'the new Zlatan Ibrahimovic'. The 18-year-old arrived from Malmo on the European transfer window deadline day and this week trained with the Under-23s for the first time. Standard Sport understands Moller has signed a four-year deal, with the option for a further 12 months, and will spend most of his time under the watchful
The Gunners have been busy in the deadline day of the transfer market, Arsenal about to secure the signing of athletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey, to strengthen their midfield this season. The Gunners have also agree to sign another 18-year-old defender from Hertha Berlin defender Omar Rekik as part of the loan for Arsenal midfielder Guendouzi who also complete a move to Hertha Berlin today. The Gunners sign Frenchman Matteo Guendouzi in 2018 from French side Lorient, the midfielder played the total of
Arsenal finalise deal for 18-year-old Dutch centre-half Arsenal have agreed on a deal to sign Hertha Berlin prodigy Omar Rekik as part of Matteo Guendouzi’s loan transfer to the German club. French midfielder Guendouzi has fallen down manager Mikel Arteta’s pecking order at the club and will spend the rest of the 2020-21 term at Hertha Berlin. The 21-year-old has not played for the north Londoners since June when he was involved in a fracas with forward Neal Maupay during a 2-1 defeat to Brighton. Arsenal
North London giant FC Arsenal have sacked Under-23s manager Steve Bould after three decades of service at the club. Steve Bould swapped jobs with Freddie Ljunberg as part of a restructuring Arsenal's coaching staff and has been in charge of the Under-23s team since July 2019. Steve Bould was a former Arsenal defender, during his 11-year playing spell with the Gunners the central defender won three Premier League titles and two FA Cup trophy after 287 appearance for the Gunners.
Arsenal young prospect, Tim Akinola has reportedly been promoted to senior team training by the Spaniard, Mikel Arteta, according to the latest report from Allnigeriasoccer. The 19-year-old sensational holding midfielder joined the Gunners setup in August after he was released by Huddersfield Town FC, where the ace failed to force his way into their first team. In spite having only been at Arsenal FC for a short period of time, Tim Akinola has already surfaced as one of the first players on Steve Bould’s squad
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19-year-old eligible Nigerian star, Folarin Balogun has grabbed all the headlines today with a six-minute brace in the second half of their game against Manchester United U23's. Arsenal U23's produced a blistering comeback after going two goals behind to grab a 3-3 draw in a game against Manchester United in the Premier League 2 on Saturday. Arsenal U23 coach, Steve Bould named a strong squad for the visit of the Red Devils to Meadow Park in Hertfordshire, handing starts to first-teamers Cédric Soares, Reiss
Arsenal begin big summer clear-out by sacking two managerial team members. The Gunners are shaping their squad and team for next season and have started that by sacking two of the members of their coaching team. According to a report released by Goal Gunners legend Bould has been sacked after 30 years of service to the north London club, along with ex-PSG coach Mazziotti
Tony Adam has said a lot about Arsenal after the Gunner magnificently beat Manchester United with one goal to nothing. Indeed, it wasn't the number of goals that matter but how the Arteta's boys played with passion and energy which came as a surprise to most football faithfuls. Arteta has performed really well upon assuming office some months ago. He has broken some records but the recent one came against Manchester united. Arsenal have not beaten The Red Devils in their territory since 14 years but all is now