Tony Adams

Was buying Mesut Ozil really an insult to Jack Wilshere? The stats

Tony Adams has claimed that the signing of Mesut Ozil was an insult to Jack Wilshere.

Did Arsenal in-fighting really cost them Max Allegri?

Neil Ashton's article in the Sun on Thursday night was a thought-provoking one stating that Arsenal's power struggle was so widespread that it meant the club are "in danger of missing out on Max Allegri".

Is Alexis really part of the problem at Arsenal as stats suggest?

A recent article on Squawka has highlighted eight statistics which have suggested Alexis is currently part of Arsenal's problem.
Mike Dean books Shkodran Mustafi

Do Arsenal get more cards per foul – the stats

Sometimes, it feels like Arsenal don’t have to do much to pick up a card from the referee while opponents can murder at will with impunity, but is that tue?

Chelsea keeper makes Team of the Week despite being 10th best

Arsenal may well have gone down without so much of a whimper, but Garth Crooks believes that Thibaut Courtois had such a good game he deserved to be his Goalkeeper of the Week.
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Granit Xhaka's red cards and suspensions - how many really?

Immediately after Granit Xhaka’s red card against Burnley, which will see him serve a 4-game ban, a host of stats started flying round about how many games and red cards he’s had over the past two or three seasons.
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FACT CHECK Has Jose Mourinho really only taken 36 points from last 30 Premier...

In this post-truth age, it seems that not only can people have whatever option they want, they can also have their own facts. We're here to stop that.

Why Arsenal had to wear their horrible third kit v Ludogorets

When Arsenal lined up before the game against Ludogorets on Tuesday night, people couldn’t understand why they were wearing their monstrous third kit instead of red and white.
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Arsene Wenger Brexit quote fake

After the Brexit vote was announced a quote started doing the rounds claiming that Arsenal would put their transfer plans on hold because of the weakness of the pound.