Tag: Tony Cascarino
Tony Cascarino has called Pierre-Emerick's work ethic 'bordering on disgusting' and said the player should be the first one out of the club.
Tony Cascarino, who continues to be paid as a 'football expert', has picked out Bernd Leno as a major week spot at Arsenal despite the keeper being ranked as one of the best in the Premier League in his first season in England.
Former Chelsea striker Tony Cascarino believes that Unai Emery must have stepped in to end Aaron Ramsey's contract negotiations after the club withdrew from talks recently.
Tony Cascarino feels Manchester United could prise Alexis Sanchez away from Arsenal, just as they did with Robin van Persie in 2012.
Former striker, Tony Cascarino, has been unimpressed with Hector Bellerin's recent performances and even believes the right-back's development has gone backwards under Arsene Wenger.
Former striker, Tony Cascarino, had high praise for Jack Wilshere after Arsenal's 0-0 draw against West Ham on Wednesday night.
Tony Cascarino feels Mikel Arteta would be the ideal man to succeed Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager.
Tony Cascarino has praised Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil for not "downing tools", after failing to secure moves away from Arsenal in the summer.
Tony Cascarino believes Arsenal played into Manchester United hands on Saturday by playing three at the back.
Ex-Republic of Ireland striker Tony Cascarino claims that Arsene Wenger's insistence on subbing Alexandre Lacazette off before the final whistle indicates that the Frenchman doesn't fully trust the 26-year-old.
Tony Cascarino has branded the whole club as 'soft' following their defeat at Watford.
Tony Cascarino has said that Arsenal aren't treating Alexandre Lacazette like a £50m striker.
Former Republic of Ireland international, Tony Cascarino, believes that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain leaving Arsenal for Liverpool has heaped yet more humiliation on Arsene Wenger.
Former Republic of Ireland international and Times columnist, Tony Cascarino, warns Raheem Sterling about signing for Arsenal.
Former Chelsea and Marseille striker, Tony Cascarino, reckons that Arsenal could be looking to buy a replacement goalkeeper for Petr Cech in January.
Tony Cascarino believes Arsenal shouldn't pursue Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez as the player has proven too inconsistent for a title-chasing side.