I have been making more findings into why Emiliano Martinez has become embittered towards Arsenal lately, and why Arsenal fans took delight in mocking him on Friday when Arsenal hosted Aston Villa at home in an English Premier League match. My findings led me to certain facts about Emiliano Martinez which show he was cheated at Arsenal, which is why he is embittered and sometimes he speaks out.
BUR/ARS: Arsenal Used A Build-Up Tactic That Was Commonly Utilised During The Reign Of Arsene Wenger
Arsenal played against Burnley FC yesterday in the fifth game-week of the new Premier League season. The game was played at the Burnley FC Turf Moor Stadium and ended in a 1-0 victory for the Gunners. After winning their first game of the season last weekend against Norwich City, the Gunners were eager to make it successive wins against Burnley FC and would be happy to have achieved their objective.
Inter Milan won the Serie A trophy last season while Juventus won the Copa Italia, both clubs will face each other this week and it will be very hard to decide the winner. Juventus and Inter Milan have a lot of experience and talented players and I will be showing you their combined XI ahead of the game.
News is circulating that Bernd Leno is seeking a transfer away from Arsenal following the emergence of Aaron Ramsdale as first-choice. Here are three former Arsenal second-choice goalkeepers who are now first-choice in other clubs in Europe: 1. Wojciech Szczesny - Juventus Szczesny joined Arsenal in 2006 from the Polish club Legia Warsaw at the age of 15.
Gaming fans allover the world have been pleased with the FIFA 2021 video game this year and as the time goes on we'll get to see the FIFA 2022 soon ( no confirmed release date), but as for now we'll leave you with the Top 10 highest rated goalkeeper on FIFA 2021.
Failure to replace Cristiano Ronaldo with another world class striker- Juventus made a huge mistake by not replacing Cristiano Ronaldo without another world class striker. Moise Kean is a good striker but, he is not in the same level as Ronaldo and can't guarantee the club 20 or more goals a season.
There are so many youngsters with huge potentials in the youth setup of some top football clubs, but most of the times their dreams to one day break into the first team of their respective clubs and become regulars never come through. There are so many cases of youngsters failing to fulfill the potential they showed at an early age, during the Arsene Wenger era at Arsenal the club invested heavily in youth development and so many top stars would go on to represent the first team, the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Jack Wilshire, Aaron Ramsey, Wojciech Szczesny and so many other young players went on to represent the first team for many years.
Here is a list of Arsenal players who came from playing in their youth teams but now plays for a club in Europe's top five leagues. 1. Serge Gnabry - Bayern Munich Gnabry played youth football at Arsenal for one year after leaving Stuttgart. He spent five years at the club, recording a goal and two assists in 18 games.
Juventus Players are already making records in the ongoing European Championship. However, it's not the type of record that the Players, their country or their club will be happy about. Juventus is the most represented Italian Serie A club in Euro 2020. The Biaconnerri has 12 Players representing their country in the 18th edition of the European Championship.
Despite having a very terrible first outing in their opening game against Slovakia, in the Euro Championship, after losing 1-2, Poland's Wojciech Szczesny made history as the first goalkeeper to score an own-goal in European Championship history. The Juventus number one, equally didn't have a great season in his Italian club, after the fail to retain their title for the first time in 9 years.
Juventus goalkeeper, Wojciech Szczesny become the first goalkeeper to score an own goal in the EURO competition. The Poland international goalkeeper, scored and own goal that saw his team lose against Slovakia in their first match in the 2020 EURO competition.Poland team lost today after a dramatic performance from Wojciech Szczesny, and they are now left in almost a mission impossible to qualify for the next round.
Perhaps the most embarrassing blunder for a player is having to turn the ball into his own net. Although own goals are not deliberately scored, it is mostly inevitable and can happen even to the best of players. However, with plenty of matches still left to be played, the 2020 UEFA Euro has already seen a number of own goals registered in the competition.
Poland were undone in their hard-fought encounter against Slovakia in their opening game of the ongoing Euro 2020 Championship on Monday evening. The source of their misery stemmed from their goalkeeper, Wojciech Szczesny who bundled a ball into his own net in just the 18th minute of their group E match at the St Petersburg Stadium.
The UEFA European championship informally known as Euros kicked off its 2020 edition of the tournament on Friday the 11th of June, 2021 and is expected to run through to the 11th of July, 2021. This year’s tournament is the 16th UEFA European championship and has been an entertaining one since Iran official kick off.
The Uefa Euro is one of the most interesting completion because like the World Cup, players from different clubs return to their countries to defend it and try to win the trophy. The ongoing Uefa Euro competition has produced some memorable moments so far and there could be more coming.
As the saying goes, record are meant to be set, either good of bad, while on the flip side some records are also meant to be broken. So is the case for former Arsenal goalkeeper who just set a not too convincing records at the ongoing Uefa European competition.
In football a lot of mistakes happen, some which could be corrected while some cannot. Mistakes from teammates resulting to a goal against his own goalkeeper is usually considered an own goal. A lot of players have fallen victims to this mistake on various occasions and in various competitions.
Poland Goalkeeper, Wojciech Szczesny in the spotlight after he was caught carrying and smoking a cigarette before the match against Spain at Euro 2020. In the photos circulating, Szczesny can be seen carrying a pack of cigarettes and then picking up one stick and sticking it in his mouth for him to smoke.
Former Arsenal football club of England goalkeeper and Juventus preferred number one shot stopper, Wojciech Szczesny was in action today for his country, Poland in their Euro 2020 Group E opening game against Stefan Tarkovic led Slovakia team at the Saint Petersburg Stadium. The game was very thrilling and fascinating as they both put up some dazzling and classic displays to make the game more entertaining.
Inter Milan defender, Milan Skriniar scored the winning goal as Slovakia defeated ten-man Poland 2-1 to kick off their Euro 2020 Group E campaign on a winning note. In the 18th minute, Polish goalkeeper, Wojciech Szczesny sends the ball into his net after a crazy goalmouth scramble for Slovakia's first goal of the game.