Tag: Eduardo da Silva

5 worst Arsenal injuries

Thankfully, Arsenal haven't suffered a really bad injury in a while, but there was a time when we couldn't escape them.

Former Gunner admits he was 'nearly crying' when he played against Arsenal again

Eduardo da Silva has admitted he was overcome by emotion when he returned to face Arsenal for the first time, and he still follows the team's results to this day.

Cursed: New signing just the latest to suffer in Arsenal's unluckiest shirt

Alexandre Lacazette is having a rough time at the moment with Arsenal, particularly after his wasted chances in the North London derby. Is it poor form or the curse of the number nine shirt?

Former unlucky Arsenal fan favourite plays key role in thrilling league title win

Arsenal hero Eduardo joined Legia Warsaw as a free agent in January following his short stint at Atlético Paranaense and has already had an impact on his new team.

Legia Warsaw sign ex-Arsenal striker

Legia Warsaw have signed former Gunner Eduardo da Silva on a one-year deal. Eduardo returns to Europe after a spell with Atletico Paranaense in Brazil.

Scottish striker admits Arsenal offer

Scottish striker Gary O'Connor says he could have joined Arsenal back in 2007.

Lacazette aims to end 'curse' of Arsenal number 9 shirt

Lacazette will be Arsenal's new number nine for 2017/18, but is the number cursed? We're taking a look at the other Arsenal number nines in the Premier League era.
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Alexandre Lacazette's Arsenal shirt number

Arsenal appear to be closing in on a signing Alexandre Lacazette but will he get the number 9 shirt and, more importantly, can he break its curse?

Arsenal’s 5 unluckiest players plighted by injury

Arsenal fans are accustomed to seeing their finest players rehomed in the treatment room but there are some players who seem unluckier than others

Former Arsenal forward signs for Atlético Paranaense

Former Arsenal favourite, Eduardo da Silva, has signed for Atlético Paranaense.

OTD Arsenal forward suffers horrific injury

On this day in 2008, Eduardo da Silva had his ankle dislocated and fibula broken by Martin Taylor during a 2-2 draw against Birmingham City.

Ex-Arsenal forward - This is why Wenger fascinated me most

Eduardo da Silva reasonably gave an interview with a Croatian weekly sports publication called Max in which he spoke about how much Arsene Wenger fascinated him while at Arsenal.

Arsenal hero: I want Messi to play for Gunners

Eduardo Da Silva (Arsenal's number nine) has admitted that if he was manager of the Gunners, he would sign Lionel Messi.

Relive: Eduardo's goal against Burnley after miraculous return

February 2008, Eduardo lay on the ground at Birmingham with an injury which would require an emergency operation. The surgeon has admitted there was a...
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Arsenal v Burnley preview: Gunning for the cup

After coming through the third round tie with Sunderland at the beginning of the month, a win against Burnley would take Arsenal one game...

Wenger explains when he spotted "special" striker

Arsenal's last game against Dinamo Zagreb saw the Gunners qualify for the Champions League group stage with a 2-1 win against the Croatian side. After...

Wenger admits to underachieving

by Lewis Ambrose Arsenal's barren seasons saw a few tilts towards the title, but Arsène Wenger's men could never bring it home. There are three campaigns...

Arsenal fan favourite heads to Ukraine

by Lewis Ambrose Former Arsenal striker Eduardo has returned to former club Shakhtar Donetsk following a spell in his native Brazil. The Croatian international signed for...

Nine Wenger players have now cursed the number nine

Lukas Podolski completed his move to Galatasaray over the weekend, and with that another failed signing vacated the number nine of Arsenal. Arsène Wenger has...

Photo: Arsenal forward suffers horrific challenge

On Sunday against Sunderland, Kelly Smith had to be taken off after being fouled in the box just nine minutes after coming on as...

Aaron Ramsey vs Stoke – One of Many Magic Moments

A look back at some of the best moments at the Emirates in recent years, why they were quite so magical, and a look...