When Unai Emery's time at Arsenal came to an end this week, assistant coach Freddie Ljungberg was announced as the club's new interim manager. Following Ole Gunnar Solskjær at Manchester United and Frank Lampard at Chelsea, Ljungberg becomes yet another legend to take charge of the Premier League team he starred for
“Charging through the midfield, Thomas. It’s up for grabs now… THOMAS!!!!” The commentary from Brian Moore is enough to raise the hairs on the back of any Arsenal fan’s neck. Those lucky enough to remember the clubs most dramatic moment in history, made unforgettable memories that day. It’s the epitome of
Tottenham 0-2 Arsenal Goals from Kim Little and Vivianne Miedema helped Arsenal overcome a determined Tottenham side to win the first Women’s Super League north London derby 2-0. On a Sunday dubbed Women’s Football Weekend, a record 38,262 fans from both sides arrived at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in the kind of
The show in which your hosts Hal Fish and Becky Thomspon get drunk and slur their opinions on the footballing events of the past week. Episode One Phil Neville disappointing a sell-out Wembley. Messi making a mess before making amends. Mispronouncing simple words and blaming it on alcohol. And naming your children after
Last season, Josh Dasilva made the difficult decision to leave Arsenal in pursuit of more first-team opportunities. After starring in Brentford’s previous two league games, it seems as if the choice to leave his boyhood club is starting to pay-off. Ahead of Monday night’s derby against QPR, the midfielder discussed his recent
Arsenal defender David Luiz visited Rwanda on a two day trip during the international break. The Brazilian experienced Rwanda’s hospitality, learned about the country’s rich culture and natural wonders and how Rwandans have united to drive the country forward as a leading African nation. Accompanied by his mother Regina Celia Marinho
The final series of Game of Thrones is finally with us! The Premier League title race is also coming to a head. What better way to celebrate both than to compare each of the Premier League's top six to one of the fantasy epics' Great Houses? Liverpool = Targaryen They’ve not sat on the throne for many years.