Tag: Park Chu-Young
Earlier this week, Gael Clichy spoke about why he left the club, saying he wasn't the only one who left in the summer of 2011 because he didn't feel wanted, so I decided to see who else went during that window only to discover the start of the Banter Era.
Gael Clichy has told the Arsenal podcast that he left because he didn't feel wanted and there were others who left at the same time who felt the same way, so who are they? Let's take a look...
Arsene Wenger 'went absolutely mental' says Jeremie Aliadiere, when Arsenal got smashed 6-1 by Manchester United which isn't entirely surprising given we all did...
Arsene Wenger has signed a lot of players since taking charge in 1996, and not all of them have been a success.
It’s the end of another decade and what better way to finish up what has been mostly 10 years of pain for Arsenal fans by looking back at some of the worst players to pull on the famous red and white during that time?
When Arsene Wenger's book is released in 2020 there will be mile-long queues comprised of Arsenal fans, desperately seeking answers to some of the biggest mysteries from his time at the club.
Marouane Chamakh may have arrived on a free with Park Chu Young costing a paltry £5.85m but by the end of their time at Arsenal they had cost the club a combined total of £34m for not a lot in return.
Park Chu Young will always be remembered as one of the strangest signings Arsenal ever made, but where is he now and what's he up to?
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?
Four Arsenal players made the Daily Mail's top-100 worst Premier League strikers.
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.
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?
We might never know why Arsenal signed Park Chu-Young but one thing is probably certain – the player paid a heavy price for signing for the club but he seems to have finally found his feet again.
Petr Cech and Tomas Rosicky played the full 90 minutes as they lost their final game, against the Republic of Korea, in the run-up to the Euros which get underway on Friday.
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...
Park Chu-Young made his first appearance for his old club FC Seoul, coming on as a second half substitute.
Some of life’s greatest mysteries often go unsolved and I’m sure that Arsenal are responsible for around 75% of them. Forget the unknown identity of...
Park Chu-Young has headed back to South Korea to play for FC Seoul.