John Redmond

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Arsenal in the past have done well in youth competition, having won the FA Youth Cup and Premier Academy League in 2009. One would hope that these players would have kicked on and earned the right to represent the first team at some point. Eight years on, it’s worth looking at where they are now.
In the past, Arsenal have occasionally been blessed with very good centre backs.
If Ivan Gazidis is to make good on the change he promised this summer, then Arsenal must aim to improve the weakest areas of their team – at this point in time, that would be central midfield.
Jack Wilshere, the hope of a nation at one point, has lost his way.
The mooted swap deal between Manchester City and Arsenal over Alexis Sanchez and Sergio Aguero could be one of the rare transfers that sees both clubs and players equally happy.
Alex Iwobi struggled with second season syndrome last year, so how do Arsenal ensure his progress doesn't stall as he falls down the pecking order?
Jack Wilshere’s migration south last year was supposed to resurrect his fledgling career. But after proving fitness wasn’t an issue, it was his form that hindered his appearances at Bournemouth.
There are few players in the world whose stock continues to rise despite spending the majority of the season warming the bench, but that is the reality of Alvaro Morata.
Last season, Calum Chambers would have been excused for believing his Arsenal career was shot.
So rather than twisting, Arsenal have decided to stick with Wenger, the board, the coaches and the staff.
In the past, Arsenal have not always been punctual with their transfer dealings but this year they need to change that
Despite the desire and courage required to leave his home town in 2009, Mustafi only achieved his dream of playing in England’s highest tier in 2016.
With the buzzards and vultures circling Arsenal’s Champion League-less carcass, it seems the scavenger birds are intent on picking off the finest cuts of meat.
The Premier League fixtures come out shortly, so we thought we'd take a look at Arsenal's opening fixtures in recent seasons...
And so the summer transfer window takes another twist as rumours emerge that Fabregas could potentially re-join Arsenal.
Having only just signed his two year extension at the club, Arsene Wenger has little time to rest on his laurels.
Arsenal have always had an amiable relationship with Newcastle United and it seems that they are set to renew their working rapport with the sale of Arsenal left back Kieran Gibbs.
Arsenal fans are accustomed to seeing their finest players rehomed in the treatment room but there are some players who seem unluckier than others
It’s hard to complain when you receive something for free but it would be difficult to criticise anyone for thinking that these free transfers were a waste of money.
The reign of Arsene Wenger inevitably divides opinion. Should those who work alongside him or under his rule also share the blame?
51 years ago today, David Platt emerged from his mother’s womb.
Arsenal have just landed Sead Kolasinac on a free transfer, so where does he rate in terms of previous freebies Arsenal have signed?
Arsenal’s owners, whilst never the symbol of the everyday man, were until recently indigenous to Islington.
It is hardly surprising that the first year Arsenal finished as 5th highest scorers in the Premier League that they find themselves ousted from the top-four. The Premier League’s remit this season has circulated around counter-attacking football. Whilst it may...
It’s curious that the day before Arsenal attempt to resolve the manager’s contract situation, that Huddersfield Town should get promoted to the Premier League. Whilst Huddersfield Town bear no great semblance to Arsenal, they are the club that Herbert Chapman...
In the cold light of day viewing this season as anything other than a disappointment is somewhat difficult.