Before the commencement of the 2008/09 Season, a great paradigm shift took place at Barcelona. Right from the Managerial role to the Players, the club heralded in a new era. During the summer transfer window of that season, the club sold Ronaldinho and Deco. This was followed by the Signing of Thierry Henry from Arsenal, Gerard Pique from Manchester United and the promotion of Sergio Busquets from the La Masia to the club's first team.
The Gunners have been involved in high-scoring triumphs throughout the Premier League's history, with the Arsene Wenger era resulting in a groundbreaking brand of offensive play. Here's a look back at some of Arsenal's biggest victories in the Premier League era, whether they were against the best teams the club has ever produced or even near the conclusion of the French manager's rule.
The English Premier League is arguably one of the best leagues in the world, dominated by highly prolific players. And we heard of some top-class footballers in the past, amongst are Wayne Rooney, Thierry Henry, Frank Lampard, and Alan Shearer, who happens to be the Premier League’s record goal scorer.
The English Premier League is no doubt one of the best leagues in Europe. The league is known for its everlasting competition and unpredictable scores. Apart from being one of the toughest leagues in Europe, the league is known for producing quality and talented individuals who contest for the Ballon d'Or every year.
Football has produced some of the best attacking Players and teams in the game's history. These Players and teams have scored lots of goals and are regarded as some of the best attacking sides. Football has also produced some of the best attacking trios in the game's history starting from the great Brazilian team of 2002 and that of the recent fearsome Barcelona attacking trio that were close to being unplayable.
Former Arsenal player and legend, Thierry Henry a few days ago expressed his concern about the misadventures of the club that brought him into the limelight of the footballing world. Henry revealed his lack of confidence in coach Mikel Arteta in leading the Gunners in the right direction despite being at the helm of affairs for two seasons.
Arsenal's greatest goalscorer of all time, Thierry Henry, does not seem to rate Mikel Arteta, his brutal assessment of the team's performance says it all. According to him, he believes the club is not going the right direction under the current management. When compared to the likes of Gary Neville and Rio Ferdinand, who support Ole Solskjaer despite how average and underwhelming he has been, is Thiery Henry right not to support Mikel Arteta?.
Legendary figures like Arsene Wenger are never truly forgotten within a short period. Their impacts in words and actions are felt for quite a long time. During Arsene Wenger's 22 year reign as Arsenal manager, the Frenchman managed a huge number of players from different nationalities.
Former Arsenal and Barcelona footballer, Thierry Henry believes that Mohamed Salah is not the best player in the world this year. The issue of who deserves to win this year's ballon d'or has been a major topic for discussion. Some people like Jorgen Klopp believe that Mohamed Salah deserves to win the prestigious award.
In the run up to the Euros played earlier this year, Giroud was going to be the front man leading the French team attack line, until that outburst from him about, how his teammates failed to pass to him during the game, which got Mbappe upset, which led to that controversy about if Giroud was right to call his teammates out.
Over the years, so many great players have played for Arsenal FC, and this group of players could be credited with the success of the London-based club. Most notably, we have players like Thierry Henry, Patrick Viera, Dennis Bergkamp, Robert Pires, Ian Wright, Nwankwo Kanu, and many other players who I can't mention in order to lengthen the list.
Over the years, we have witnessed a plethora of players who entertained fans with amazing skills and goals. As a result of their tremendous contributions, they were able to attain legendary statuses at different clubs in the English Premier league. However, in a bit to explore more from their careers, these players after doing so much departed the Premier league and years later, they returned to make one last contribution to the clubs they once served faithfully.
Goal celebrations are an integral part of football, as it portrays the feelings of a footballer at the moment he found the back of the net. This tradition has been done by footballers since the early days of the game and has continued up to this date. And as the game continues to evolve, so also does the art of celebration, with some players inventing their style.
When Arsenal hosts Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium on Friday night, they will look to extend their Premier League unbeaten streak to six games. On Monday night, Arsenal came from behind to earn a point against Crystal Palace, while Villa were stunned by a late Wolverhampton Wanderers comeback in the West Midlands derby.
Former Arsenal pkater, Thierry Henry believes Paris Saint-Germain player, Lionel Messi is isolated at Paris Saint-Germain. Photo Credit: Goggle Henry, a former club teammate with Messi during their time together at Barcelona, wants PSG manager, Mauricio Pochettino, to play Messi in the middle position in his squad.
Thierry Henry thinks Paris Saint-Germain could be getting more from the ex-Barcelona player, Lionel Messi than they have be getting so far. The Argentine is yet to score in four games for the Ligue 1 outfit in the league though he has recorded three so far in Europe.
Both France and Belgium will go head-to-head in their first meeting since Les Bleus won 1-0 in the 2018 World Cup semi-final. France will meet Belgium in the Nations League semi-final Thursday in a repeat of the 2018 World Cup semi-final. However, Didier Deschamps’ side won on that occasion by a single goal scored by Samuel Umtiti six minutes into the second half.
Karim Benzema was the catalyst in yesterday's UEFA Nations League final match between France and Spain. He scored the equalizer against the Spaniards and was involved in the build up to the second goal. No wonder he was filled with Joy when he lifted the trophy high into the sky yesterday.
Lagos is one of the most commercial cities in the whole of West Africa. It is also necessary to point out that Lagos used to be the capital city of Nigeria. So many Nigerian celebrities have houses in Lagos. The popularity of Lagos could be why Manchester United visited Nigeria some years ago.
Photo credit: transfermarkt.com Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the team captain at Arsenal and wears the number fourteen jersey. The Gabonese striker moved to Arsenal in the winter transfer window of the 2017/2018 season and since then, he has become an integral part of the team. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is now 10 goals away from becoming the third number fourteen jersey holder in a row to reach one hundred goals for Arsenal.