Tag: Daily Telegraph
You won't find many Arsenal fans who think that 20/21 was a good season but was it really that bad and was it worse than Tottenham's season?
As I was reading through the papers during the week, I was stopped by Jason' Burt's article in the Telegraph that was supposed to be praising Mikel Arteta but just ended up insulting Arsenal, their fans, and Nicolas Pepe.
If you ever wonder why a lot of people who don't watch Mesut Ozil play regularly hold the views of him that they do, it is because of rubbish like this from the Daily Mail.
Recently, the Daily Telegraph made a really big deal of a new initiative they were launching to increase coverage of women’s sport in their paper but what does that look like?
Arsenal’s Jordan Nobbs has landed herself a column in the Telegraph who are trying to introduce more women’s content to their Sport supplement.
Arsenal, Tottenham and Everton have all held meetings about drone defence after incidents at Gatwick and Heathrow pushed the matter to the 'top of the agenda' according to Ben Rumsby in the Telegraph.
Sunday’s win over Tottenham Hotspur delivered some brilliant entertainment, much-needed relief for Arenal fans and a chance to smack Tottenham back into place.
Arsenal beat Leicester City in style on Monday night but it must have caught the sub-editors out because they nearly all went with the same boring headline on Tuesday morning for their back pages - Perfect 10'.
Until the last two years of his reign at Arsenal, Arsene Wenger kept Arsenal above Tottenham and in the Champions League despite stringent spending restrictions because of the stadium move and a number of serious injuries.
There were many things I expected to see as I had a look around the UK press on Monday morning, but the Daily Telegraph declaring Arsenal as title challengers was not one of them.
Over the weekend, the Telegraph published an article entitled ‘Transgender politics is a world where if I say a thing is true, it is’ by Melanie McDonagh in their premium section. It then appeared in Monday's actual Telegraph.
Arsenal have reportedly not contacted any of their preferred managerial candidates as they want to show respect to the clubs they are currently working for.
Mesut Ozil collected two assists against CSKA Moscow, probably should have had at least five and generally strutted around the Ashburton Grove pitch with a swagger his talent deserves, so of course the first thing you will want to do when talking about him is tell everybody he is a flattrack bully, right?
The players have held a meeting without Wenger to try and figure out a solution, the manager has held a meeting with the players to warn them their futures are at risk while Peter Hill-Wood has said Wenger has overstayed his welcome at the club as the soap opera that is Arsenal FC rolls on.
There was a notable difference in the way the Telegraph covered Arsenal and Manchester City on the weekend.
Kieran Gibbs close to an exit, Alexis Sanchez names his wage demands, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain unsure about his future and Arsenal ready to trigger £72m release clause for Real Madrid star.
The papers, as you all know, love nothing more that a bit of hyperbole to start the day.
Jack Wilshere has been ordered to remain indoors with the curtains drawn at all times lest he be seen outside when he is unable to play football.