Tag: Steve Bould
Although most Arsenal fans don’t feel that Steve Bould really does much at all, except for point at people a bit on matchday, I can’t be the only one wondering what will happen to the 55-year-old when Arsene Wenger calls it a day.
At some point in the next year and a half, Arsene Wenger is expected to step down from his role as Arsenal manager, but who might end up leaving with him?
Steve Bould struggles to influence training at Arsenal, according to former teammate Lee Dixon.
Arsenal's two games against Manchester City this week told us quite a lot about where Arsenal are as a club and a football side, and it's not a pretty place.
Sol Campbell says Arsene Wenger didn't spend a lot of time coaching the team defensively during the centre-back's time at the club, despite the obvious need for it.
Arsenal legend Alan Smith has strongly hinted that Arsene Wenger doesn't allow Steve Bould, one of the best defenders to ever don red-and-white, coach at London Colney, which explains a lot...
There's a theory doing the rounds that Arsenal's slide began when Pat Rice retired, but there's very little evidence to suggest this is the case.
Former Gunner Stewart Robson doesn't believe that Steve Bould is allowed to do much coaching at Arsenal and reckons that Arsene Wenger is behind the team's defensive frailties.
Sead Kolasinac is a pretty hard player but where does he rank in Arsenal's top five?
Paul Merson believes Arsenal assistant manager Steve Bould should take charge of the Gunners' Europa League campaign this season.
Arsene Wenger has revealed that the reason Steve Bould hasn't traveled to China with the rest of the squad is because he's had to have surgery on his neck.
Arsene Wenger has apparently won his battle to keep all his backroom staff at Arsenal past this summer.
The reign of Arsene Wenger inevitably divides opinion. Should those who work alongside him or under his rule also share the blame?
Should Arsene Wenger stay at Arsenal, L’Equipe think that he could well make major changes to the coaching staff at the club.
In an exclusive interview with Squawka, Ian Wright admitted that he believes Tony Adams, Lee Dixon, David Seaman, Nigel Winterburn and Steve Bould were all underrated, with David Hillier being the most undervalued player he's ever shared the pitch with.
As part of a famous defence - probably the most famous in the history of Arsenal - Steve Bould was an intimidating player. The former...
Arsène Wenger has revealed that the ability of the defenders when he arrived at Arsenal left him a little bit shocked. The manager arrived at...
Arsenal have handed their new boy, Gabriel, the number five shirt. We take a look at the last four players to wear that shirt.