Continuing on from the previous instalment, this article places all of Arsenal’s players who were farmed out on loan last season under the microscope.
How did these players do, did they fully grasp the opportunity they were given whilst on loan? Did they enhance their chances at Arsenal with their performances? Or did they show that a career with the Cannon on their chest is just beyond them?
Read on, and hopefully you can decide –
Continue reading The Return of the Loanees – Part Two
This tie was meant to be an audition of sorts for Arsenal’s future. It was meant to represent a chance for Gooners to see the supposed depth that their team possessed. It was a stepping stone for the more frustrated players of our squad to showcase their abilities and reassure Arsene Wenger that they are more than ready if called upon to slot back in to the first team.
A combination of Sheffield Wednesday, a disturbing lack of a competitive edge and defensive naivete put paid to any hopes of an exhibition for Gooners to enjoy. Instead, they made the long trip back to London all the more torturous.
Continue reading Sheffield Wednesday 3-0 Arsenal – Capital One Cupset